# Digital Place Value Math Game for Distance Learning | Interactive Game board!

This digital place value game is a great way for students to practice their math skills through distance learning! It includes an interactive game board (PowerPoint and Google Slides ready) with a game piece that actually moves throughout the game with you! Talk about fun!

Students can complete this individually at their own home, with a teacher via live call (Zoom, Google Meet, etc.), and/or with a partner or small group as everyone has their own device!

There are 51 unique, interactive place value activities included in this game!

In this unit:

• teacher directions: I share both printable directions and a video so you can see how to access and play this game with your students. Or you can send it straight home to them for a fun review!

Each color on the gameboard represents a different way to practice subtraction skills. These include:

• 25 “solve it” place value activities: here students will identify different numbers withing 120 as shown in expanded form, numerals, and with base-1o blocks
• 13 “what’s missing?” activities: here students will solve for the missing number in sequences within 120 (skip counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s, is included)
• 13 “story problem” activities: these activities are in real-life word format and students need to use their place value skills to solve
• Each activity is self-checked so students can see if the answer they came up with is correct!

Please watch the video preview to see how the game can be played!

Enjoy!

Susan

# Math Games for Distance Learning!

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# Digital Subtraction Math Game for Distance Learning | Interactive Game board!

This digital subtraction game is a great way for students to practice their math skills through distance learning! It includes an interactive game board (PowerPoint and Google Slides ready) with a game piece that actually moves throughout the game with you! Talk about fun!

Students can complete this individually at their own home, with a teacher via live call (Zoom, Google Meet, etc.), and/or with a partner or small group as everyone has their own device!

There are 51 unique, interactive subtraction activities included in this game!

In this unit:

• teacher directions: I share both printable directions and a video so you can see how to access and play this game with your students. Or you can send it straight home to them for a fun review!

Each color on the gameboard represents a different way to practice subtraction skills. These include:

• 25 “solve it” subtraction activities: these are presented in a few different ways (only numerals, only 10-frames, and a mix).
• 13 “what’s missing?” activities: here students will practice solving for the missing part of a subtraction equation
• 13 “story problem” activities: these activities are in real-life word format and students need to use their subtraction skills to solve
• Each activity is self-checked so students can see if the answer they came up with is correct!

Please watch the video preview to see how the game can be played!

Enjoy!

Susan

# Digital Addition Math Game for Distance Learning | Interactive Game board!

This digital addition game is a great way for students to practice their math skills through distance learning! It includes an interactive game board (PowerPoint and Google Slides ready) with a game piece that actually moves throughout the game with you! Talk about fun!

Students can complete this individually at their own home, with a teacher via live call (Zoom, Google Meet, etc.), and/or with a partner or small group as everyone has their own device!

There are 51 unique, interactive addition activities included in this game!

In this unit:

• teacher directions: I share both printable directions and a video so you can see how to access and play this game with your students. Or you can send it straight home to them for a fun review!

Each color on the gameboard represents a different way to practice number sense skills. These include:

• 25 “solve it” addition activities: these are presented in a few different ways (only numerals, only 10-frames, and a mix).
• 13 “what’s missing?” activities: here students will practice solving for the missing addend in an addition equation
• 13 “story problem” activities: these activities are in real-life word format and students need to use their addition skills to solve
• Each activity is self-checked so students can see if the answer they came up with is correct!

Please watch the video preview to see how the game can be played!

Enjoy!

Susan

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# Digital Math Games for First Grade – Distance Learning | THE BUNDLE!

These math games are a great way for students to practice their math skills through distance learning! Each unit includes an interactive game board (PowerPoint and Google Slides ready) with a game piece that actually moves throughout the game with you! Talk about fun!

Students can complete this individually at their own home, with a teacher via live call (Zoom, Google Meet, etc.), and/or with a partner or small group as everyone has their own device!

There are 46-51 unique, interactive math activities included in each game!

Number Sense
Subtraction
Place Value
Geometry digital math game board
Editable game board

In the NUMBER SENSE unit:

• teacher directions: I share both printable directions and a video so you can see how to access and play this game with your students. Or you can send it straight home to them for a fun review!

Each color on the gameboard represents a different way to practice number sense skills. These include:

• 16 “solve it” number sense activities: these are straight forward, answer and explain or multiple-choice types of problems.
• 15 “what’s next?” activities: here students will practice ordering numbers forward, backward, and with skip counting
• 15 “story problem” activities: these activities are in real-life word format and students need to use their number sense to solve
• Each activity is self-checked so students can see if the answer they came up with is correct!

• teacher directions: I share both printable directions and a video so you can see how to access and play this game with your students. Or you can send it straight home to them for a fun review!

Each color on the gameboard represents a different way to practice number sense skills. These include:

• 25 “solve it” addition activities: these are presented in a few different ways (only numerals, only 10-frames, and a mix).
• 13 “what’s missing?” activities: here students will practice solving for the missing addend in an addition equation
• 13 “story problem” activities: these activities are in real-life word format and students need to use their addition skills to solve
• Each activity is self-checked so students can see if the answer they came up with is correct!

In the SUBTRACTION unit:

• teacher directions: I share both printable directions and a video so you can see how to access and play this game with your students. Or you can send it straight home to them for a fun review!

Each color on the gameboard represents a different way to practice subtraction skills. These include:

• 25 “solve it” subtraction activities: these are presented in a few different ways (only numerals, only 10-frames, and a mix).
• 13 “what’s missing?” activities: here students will practice solving for the missing part of a subtraction equation
• 13 “story problem” activities: these activities are in real-life word format and students need to use their subtraction skills to solve
• Each activity is self-checked so students can see if the answer they came up with is correct!

In the PLACE VALUE unit:

• teacher directions: I share both printable directions and a video so you can see how to access and play this game with your students. Or you can send it straight home to them for a fun review!

Each color on the gameboard represents a different way to practice subtraction skills. These include:

• 25 “solve it” place value activities: here students will identify different numbers withing 120 as shown in expanded form, numerals, and with base-1o blocks
• 13 “what’s missing?” activities: here students will solve for the missing number in sequences within 120 (skip counting by 2s, 5s, and 10s, is included)
• 13 “story problem” activities: these activities are in real-life word format and students need to use their place value skills to solve

Enjoy!

Susan