2-Digit and 3-Digit Addition and Subtraction GamesHey y'all! It's that time of year again. We're in the home stretch and it's time to make sure our littles are solid in their understanding of...well, everything we ever taught them! If your class is anything like mine, you have some that are still working on addition without regrouping, some working on addition with regrouping, and some ready for the next level. Isn't teaching fun?!
But seriously, I hate drill and kill exercises, but sometimes all they really need is PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE! So here's a little scoot game to get them going.
There are four different levels: 2 digit addition without regrouping, 2 digit addition with regrouping, 3 digit addition without regrouping, and 3 digit addition with regrouping. Answer keys are included for each level. And the same for the subtraction set.
I love scoot games because they can be played so many ways.
♥ You can have it super orderly by setting the cards up around the room and having everyone move at the same time.
♥ You could put them on the wall and use it at a write the room.
♥ You could put them in a sensory bin for any of your kiddos that still need that extra stimulation (or just because it's fun!).
♥ You could make it into a Quiz, Quiz, Trade game.
What's Quiz, Quiz, Trade? Well it's a game where the kids quiz each other. Each student gets a card and finds a partner. Each partner quizzes the other one with the equation on their card. After both partners have had a chance to answer, they trade cards and find another partner. The game can repeat as many times as you want. You could do 3 or 4 rounds for a warm up each day if you wanted to, or play one long epic game, depending on the attention spans of your students. For students to check their work, write the answer to each equation on the back.
This game is super simple, but so much fun. And with differentiated levels, it's sure to meet your second and third graders' needs. You can find the addition games here and the subtraction games here. I'm always adding new resources so be sure to follow me on TPT for all the latest updates, ideas, and resources. Thank you for stopping by and have a wonderful week. I'll talk to you soon.