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KCM Resources for Virtual Math Instruction

KCM has developed online resources that you can use to engage your students in learning math.

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Math Fact Fluency Games

This companion site to the book Math Fact Fluency: 60+ Games and Assessment Tools to Support Learning and Retention by Jennifer Bay-Williams and Gina Kling provides games that you can use to help your student master the math fundamentals in fun and engaging ways.

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Kentucky Family Math Games

The Kentucky Department of Education has assembled games for familes to play that support mathematics lessons for Kindergarten through Grade 5.




 Preschool

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Peg + Cat

The KCM has partnered with KET Kids to sponsor "Peg + Cat", a TV program that teaches preschoolers to solve math problems. Join Peg, Cat and their friend Ramone as they encounter unexpected challenges that require arithmetic and problem-solving skills.

 Kindergarten

 First Grade

   Addition and Subtraction Activities

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Add Up the Fantasy Coins

Whoever these characters are, they sure have a lot of coins! First your child will solve a multi-step word problem by placing coins to each character's basket and then she'll adding them all together to find the total number of coins. This game demonstrates the usefulness of visual aids when solving word problems and it's a fun way for her to practice her addition skills.

pizza with a sock, a mustache and a bandaid as toppings

Addition Pizza

This pizza needs 8 toppings—and the chef needs your child's help. Explore simple addition using pizza topping manipulatives in this interactive math game. Preschoolers practice counting toppings one-by-one, aided by visual clues to help them get each order just right. This concrete counting game helps kids master one-to-one correspondence, a foundation for success with addition problems.

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Fish Bowl Addition

One fish, two fish, add up all the fish! In this interactive addition game, students help Birdee and Cuz-Cuz total up all the fish they've won. Inspired by tactile addition activities, this game helps students visualize addition without the use of manipulatives, to help early learners transition from solving problems in a concrete way to solving problems using mental addition strategies.

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Grouping and Grazing

Help the alien spaceship move cows into corrals by counting, adding, and subtracting. This activity helps children learn grouping, tally marks, and place value. As they master counting, they can move on to adding and subtracting two-digit numbers.

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Mancala

Mancala is the name given to a centuries old game that is still fun to play today! Players will utilize strategic thinking and mathematical skills to capture their opponent's colorful gem stones.

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Treasure Chest Subtraction

That Tutu sure is generous. She's willing to share her treasure...but only if your kid listens closely and gets his subtraction facts right! First Tutu will tell him how many piece of treasure he can take out of his chest, and then it's up to him to pick out some treasure. If he successfully takes away the right number of items, he'll get to keep the booty for himself in this game that focuses on basic subtraction skills.

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 Second Grade

   Addition and Subtraction Activities

   Structuring within 20 Activities

   Place Value Activities

   Working with Money Activities

 Third Grade