Math Websites

Counting Money:

ABCya: https://www.abcya.com/games/counting_money
ABCya provides over 400 fun and educational games for grades PreK through 6. Our activities are designed by parents and educators, who understand that children learn better if they are having fun. Games are categorized by grade and subject, and with so much variety, there is sure to be something for kids at all learning levels and styles.

THE UNITED STATES MINT - Kids Website:  https://www.usmint.gov/learn/kids
Play free educational games online and learn more about coins! These fun kids games can be played for individual enrichment - new games are added often, so check back frequently.

SPLASH.LEARN: https://www.splashlearn.com/counting-money-games-for-2nd-graders
These math learning games and activities instruct kids to identify different coins and money notes, count the basic currency and add up simple money values. Such money counting games are in sync with the real world situation and will help the child to calculate simple money for shopping in a story setting.

DOLPHIN FEED: https://www.coolmath4kids.com/math-games/dolphin-feed
You'll learn how to make change by using the four operations to solve word problems involving money. Count money quickly to feed the dolphins and win the game!

CHANGE MAKER: https://www.funbrain.com/games/change-maker

Count the change you'll get back after making a purchase. If you answer the answer correctly, the amount of change is added to your piggy bank. If you answer the answer incorrectly, the change is subtracted from your piggy bank.

MATH-PLAY.COM - MONEY GAME: https://www.math-play.com/Money-Game/Money-Game.html
Click on the correct coins and bills in this virtual cash drawer to show the correct amount for each problem. Some answers might have multiple correct choices.  For each correct answer, you will earn a point.

COINS FOR CANDY!: https://www.roomrecess.com/mobile/CoinsForCandy/play.html

With Coins for Candy, students can pick from three levels and practice using coins such as pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters all in an attempt to buy a piece of candy. Coin games like Coins for Candy are a fun way to practice math used in everyday life. Not all money games give this much feedback, but Coins for Candy was build by an elementary teacher for kids.

CASH OUT!: https://mrnussbaum.com/cash-out-online-game
Cash Out is perfect for practicing counting money or calculating change. Students have three minutes (or can play without a timer) to complete as many sales as possible by giving customers the correct change. The game is totally customizable and with different skill levels and hints/no hints.

SHOPPING WITH PENELOPE: https://www.education.com/game/money-math-shopping-penelope/
Learning to count coins is a crucial life skill, and essential for second grade math. Help your child learn to identify coins and add them up with this money manipulatives game, as they help Penelope pay for purchases at the cash register.
 


I KNOW IT - COUNTING COINS: https://www.iknowit.com/lessons/b-counting-coins-up-to-two-dollars-usa.html
This interactive math lesson was designed to teach children to count money. Questions feature American coins that add up to $2.00 or less.



Telling Time:

MATH-PLAY.COM: http://www.math-play.com/time-matching.html
This game provides elementary students with multiple opportunities to identify the correct time. Tell and write time from analog and digital clocks in hours, half-hours and to the nearest five minutes, using AM and PM.

STOP THE CLOCK! https://www.education.com/game/stop-the-clock/
Stop the clock when the hands match the time you hear. In this crazy clock game, students will practice telling time to the nearest five minutes. Students enjoy the silly, fast-paced game play, while auditory and visual cues help to keep them on task and on time!

SET THE CLOCK: https://www.education.com/game/set-clock-5-minutes/

Set the clock for sleepy Floyd in this online game that works on telling time. In it, second graders can find the time that Floyd has meant to set his alarm for and set the hands to match. By telling time to the nearest five minutes, they'll help Floyd get up in time for his busy day.

TELLING TIME QUIZ: https://www.education.com/game/telling-time-quiz/
This telling time quiz is a terrific way to get second graders started on telling time to the nearest five minutes. In this fast-paced game, kids can spot the clock that's telling the time listed at the top of the game board. With narration to help them along, this interactive game is a math worksheet come to life.

CLOCKWORKS ONLINE GAME:
https://mrnussbaum.com/clockworks-online-game

Clockworks in an awesome way for kids of all grade levels to practice telling time. It requires students to set as many clocks as possible in two minutes. The game is completely customizable. The easy setting includes times that end in :00, :15, :30, or :45. The medium setting includes the above as well as five-minute intervals. The advanced setting includes times to one-minute intervals, and the challenge setting includes difficult elapsed time problems. In this setting, scoring one or two is impressive!

CLOCK GAMES - The Learning App:
https://www.thelearningapps.com/clock-games-online-for-kids/
In this game, you have to set time given to you on the screen and get to know about both digital and analog version of the clock and contains 3 different modes for children (whole hours, quarters and every five).

KHAN ACADEMY: Telling time to the nearest minute!
https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-third-grade-math/time/imp-time/e/telling-time-to-the-nearest-minute
Students learn how to tell and write time to the nearest minute and measure time intervals in minutes.




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