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The beginning of the list of games for first-graders offers the Addition Soccer came, which is an interactive game that helps your children grasp the concept of addition, with numbers up to 10, which they will need as they advance to addition fraction problems. This game is simple, easy, and combines soccer with math which is a great way for the first-grader to maintain interest and learn addition, while their goal count goes higher. If you scroll ahead, you will find another cool game that helps with math concepts.
The Subtraction Soccer game is another feature on the website. All you have to do is scroll down to find it and help your first-grader understand subtraction of up to 10. As it is fun and a scoreboard records their wins they can play without feeling overwhelmed as they move on to geometry.
Shapes are an integral part of geometry and eventually, first-graders will advance and learn about calculating the area of irregular shapes. But before they do that, they need to know how to distinguish and understand various shapes. Game on Shapes helps children grasp the concepts and move on to more interesting geometry-centered games when they finish this one.
The website offers the first step into learning geometry with the Geometry Game Grade 1, which is a cool, interactive, and fun way to introduce your child to complex shapes whilst enjoying the game. It is one of the many games that you can find once you start going through the features of the website.
The Skip Counting by 2 game helps prep your child for the real world. This game combines this cool math activity with an easy to play and exciting game, where your child can choose the right answer and score accordingly. Once they are done, they can move to the next level of the series. Skip Counting by 3 challenges your child’s skills so they can enjoy a combination of learning and playing.
Just like the first two games of the series, Skip Counting by 4 becomes more interesting once it deals with higher value numbers. Once your child masters Skip Counting by 2 and 3 using the previous games, Skip Counting by 4 would be another accomplishment in a child’s learning process. With the same concept presented with more challenges, it will strengthen the first-graders grasp of it, so they can apply it seamlessly in school or different real-life situations.
In the final part of the Skip Counting series, this website once more challenges and rewards your children accordingly. Since they have a better understanding of the concept, Skip Counting by 5 helps keep your children relaxed as they practice their concepts and polish their skip counting skills before they scroll down to the next game.
Furthermore, as first-graders have learned about the various shapes, The Partition game teaches them about the partitions of basic shapes. It provides the child with ample time to make their decision and choose the right answer. It also enforces the concepts of shapes within shapes, so that they can use them better.
The ‘10 More or 10 Less’ game reinforces the addition and subtraction from the number 10. This is the perfect game for first-graders to hone their mental math skills and practice without directly testing them. To keep the game fun and interactive, it offers a scoring chart with options to assess how well they have learned. Moreover, their reflex skills are also engaged as they have to quickly click on the right answer.
One of the best tools for life is understanding the value of different coins, which is something that many children can struggle with. The Value of Coins game introduces first-graders to the recognition and identification of various coins and their value as currency.
As it is engaging, they can also learn about how to multiply decimals through an exciting and enriching learning experience. Additionally, as they practice multiplication, they can move on to the next game, too.
The website offers a fun twist to multiplication, the Multiples of 10 game offers first graders the chance to learn how to multiply by 10, which ultimately helps them in learning the power of ten in math, too. Once they master this game, they can move on to the next.
Another engaging and fun game to help your child learn various math concepts is the Missing Number game. This game is perfect for strengthening the children’s mental math skills and eventually, fraction subtraction and addition concepts. As the game is quick and easy to learn, the children can try their hand at finding out the missing numbers on every occasion through the different options provided.
As the first-grader learns addition and counting, recognizing odd and even numbers up to 100 become easier. The Numbers Up to Hundred games explain the double-digit world with ease and provide rewards in the form of scoring goals in this soccer-themed math game.
Like the previous game, the Add 3 Numbers game is simple to understand. It furthers the various addition concepts that first-graders have already been taught while making use of a soccer theme to help the child remain focused.
Comparing different numbers teaches the children about the values between them. This game teaches the basic symbols used in first-grade mathematics and introduces children to the initial concepts that will become more complex, as they get older. Compare Numbers game works better than a worksheet for comparing numbers since it provides the exciting opportunity to score a goal in a soccer game with every right answer.
Although numbers and equations are important, identifying and understanding different shapes and their partitions is one of the fundamental concepts for first-graders to learn. The 3-D Figures game introduces 3D Shapes for enhanced knowledge of shapes, which helps them also understand surface area worksheets. It supplies children with multiple options ranging from easy to challenging, so they can choose what they want to start with.
Additionally, if you scroll further, you will find the Counting Coins game, which works just as well as a Counting coins worksheet. As they will eventually have to learn the basic values of coins and how they add up, this game builds the foundation for this learning for them from the start.