2nd Grade Math Centers Board Games for the Year BUNDLE - 2nd Grade Math Review

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My students enjoyed playing these games. My higher students had a chance to keep learning while they were having fun.
I just love these math board games! They align perfectly with our math lessons and make it so easy to differentiate for student needs. Thank you so much!

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    You found the perfect 2nd grade math review! Your 2nd grade students will LOVE practicing or reviewing important math concepts with these hands-on and engaging math board games.  This year-long bundle has math games for all the 2nd grade standards. A great on-going math center, practice after a lesson, small group instruction activity or even early finisher activity.  You can also use these math games as a spiral review throughout the year.  A fun test prep review, too! Your students will love completing these math board games while mastering the content standards along the way.  This full year bundle includes 30 sets of math board games, with each set containing 20 to 41 problems.  View the preview above to see a detailed look at everything in this huge bundle.  You can also find a list of all the skills and concepts included below.  Save 50% by purchasing this math board game year long bundle for 2nd grade. You're getting 15 math board games for FREE in this download!

    What does this math resource include?

    • Directions Page
    • 30 Board Games 
    • Math Questions (20 or 41 - depending on the game)
    • Student Recording Sheet
    • Teacher Answer Key

    2nd Grade Math Topics Included:

    1. Decompose 3 Digit Numbers

    2. Skip Count

    3. Write Numbers in Expanded and Word Form

    4. Compare 3 Digit Numbers

    5. Add Within 100

    6. Subtract Within 100

    7. Add and Subtract Within 100

    8. Add Up to Four 2 Digit Numbers

    9. Add 3 Digit Numbers

    10. Subtract 3 Digit Numbers

    11. Add and Subtract 3 Digit Numbers

    12. Add and Subtract 10 or 100

    13. Measure Lengths of Objects

    14. Estimate Lengths of Objects

    15. What’s the Difference in Length

    16. Solve Word Problems Involving Length

    17. Represent Whole Numbers on a Number Line

    18. Tell Time on Digital and Analog Clocks

    19. Solve Word Problems Involving Money

    20. Make a Line Plot

    21. Solve Problems Using Data from Bar Graphs

    22. Use Addition and Subtraction Within 100 to Solve Word Problems

    23. Sums of Two 1 Digit Numbers

    24. Subtract Within 20

    25. Even or Odd? Up to 20

    26. Write an Equation to Show an Even Sum has the Same Addends: Up to 20

    27. Use Addition to Find the Total Number of Objects in Rectangular Arrays

    28. Identify Attributes of a Shape: Sides, Vertices, Faces

    29. Partition Rectangles into Rows and Columns

    30. Partition Circles and Rectangles into Rows and Columns

    What’s the best way to use these board games? 

    • Math Centers or Stations 
    • Whole Group Practice
    • Morning Work 
    • Early Finisher Activities  
    • Substitutes 
    • Send home to engage students’ families

    Tips for Playing these Math Games: 

    • Read the directions to the students and model how to play. 
    • Be prepared with dice/spinner and game pieces for each player (paperclips, pencil top erasers, pieces from another game, etc.) 
    • Every student should solve every problem - not just the person who rolls.
    • Create groups of 2-4 students. The lower number of students means the more focused students are while playing.
    • Remind students that the focus is not playing the game but that’s just an added bonus! The focus should be on practicing math skills. 
    • Show students how to compare and discuss answers. Did you both get the same answer? If students get different answers, ask them to solve the problem using a different strategy or help coach each other through the problem. 

    Do your students need math practice? Students will be playing a game and will often forget that they are even practicing math skills! Research shows that challenge-based gamification in the classroom leads to an increase of 34.755% in student performance (ScienceDirect, 2020). 

    The best part? Your students will quickly learn the instructions to play the board game and will get right to work on playing (and practicing) their math skills. This resource is easy to use and requires very little prep. It’s also printer friendly so you’ll only use black ink! 


    Teachers Like You Say:

    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Very easy to use and I truly believe students learn best through game play.” -Tony

    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “My students love playing games and a simple, easy prep game like this is a great addition to math centers, early finisher activities, and review days.” -Nicole


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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Measure the length of an object by selecting and using appropriate tools such as rulers, yardsticks, meter sticks, and measuring tapes.
    Measure the length of an object twice, using length units of different lengths for the two measurements; describe how the two measurements relate to the size of the unit chosen.
    Estimate lengths using units of inches, feet, centimeters, and meters.
    Measure to determine how much longer one object is than another, expressing the length difference in terms of a standard length unit.
    Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve word problems involving lengths that are given in the same units, e.g., by using drawings (such as drawings of rulers) and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.


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