# Activities and Games: Grades 1-3

Here’s a summary of important fundamentals that students need to know by the end of Grade 3: Select any of the following for activities, games, and support with the concepts
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Note: Some resources are built in Flash and are not compatible with mobile devices such as phones and tablets.

## Show understanding of and the use of whole numbers to 1000, i.e., 0, 1, 2, 3… 1000

###### Catch a Bouncing Ball – Representations (Whole Numbers)

Practice representing numbers by dragging a baseball glove to correct numeric value on number line.

###### Diamond Drop (Whole Numbers)

Practice comparing whole numbers by dragging diamonds to create correct comparison statements. Players select a value range including 0 to 20, 50, 100, 1000.

###### Representation Match (Whole Numbers)

A matching game pairing combinations of pictures and whole numbers 0 to 5, 0 to 10 or 0 to 20. Play cards face-up or face-down as a memory game.

###### Street Crossing

Learning estimation skills by rounding 2-digit numbers to the nearest ten.

###### Matching Games

Using decimal, fraction and/or whole number cards, play one of four matching games to build an understanding of equivalence.

###### Game Instructions

Using decimal, fraction and/or whole number cards, name the number, count up to the number and/or identify key information about the number.

###### Comparing and Ordering Whole Numbers to 50

Eight activities for comparing and ordering numbers to 50 by determining which one is greater than, less than, or equal to another number.

## Count forwards and backwards from 1000

###### Nuts Over Numbers

Practice ‘ordinal’ numbers like first, or thirtieth, using a calendar.

###### What’s My Number: Ten Frame Counting Game

This game provides practice with counting and estimating and uses a ten frame to check estimates.

###### Shoot and Score

This activity uses a hockey theme to help your child find a missing number on a number line.

###### Skip Counting

This activity provides practice with skip counting by 2s, 5s, 10s, and counting backwards from 20.

###### Ordinal Numbers

Practice ordinal numbers, like first, fourth, and twentieth. There are three levels to allow for lots of practice.

###### How Many Marbles?

Practice counting and matching a quantity to a number.

###### How Many?

This activity encourages counting all around your home.

###### In My Home We Have

Practice counting, skip counting, and estimating.

## Use coins and bills to count and make change up to \$10

###### Show Me the Money!

Practice counting money amounts using Canadian coins and bills.

###### Buying Items with Different Money Amounts

Review the value of coins. They will count coins and practice making money amounts in different ways (i.e. make 35 cents two different ways).

###### Money in the Bank

This activity provides practice counting money amounts.

###### Counting Candy

This game requires your child to apply their knowledge of the value of coins and bills to test their knowledge of counting groups of coins and bills.

###### Let’s Go Shopping

This activity allows your child to shop at a variety of fun stores and practice adding and counting out money amounts using Canadian money.

## Add and subtract numbers to 1000

###### Catch a Bouncing Ball – Operations (Whole Numbers)

Practise addition, subtraction, multiplication or division. Players determine the unknown value and drag the glove to the correct answer on the number line.

###### Number All-Stars

Figure out combinations of numbers that add up to a target number, using a hockey theme.

###### One Minute Basketball Drill

Practice addition and subtraction facts while trying to score as many baskets as they can.

###### Roll and Add Game

This game provides practice for adding to 12.

###### Hop to 500

This game provides practice with adding 10 and 100 to reach the target number of 500.

###### Subtraction Involving Numbers to 10

Five activities to practice subtraction involving numbers to 10.

###### Addition to 50

Seven activities to practice addition involving numbers to 50.

###### Subtraction Involving Numbers to 100

Five activities to practice subtraction involving numbers to 100.

## Recall and use multiplication facts to 7 × 7, and related division facts, e.g., 49 ÷ 7

###### Robot Rule Game (Linear Growing Patterns)

Determine the Robot’s rule for growing patterns by using input/output pairs.

###### Catch a Bouncing Ball – Operations (Whole Numbers)

Practise addition, subtraction, multiplication or division. Players determine the unknown value and drag the glove to the correct answer on the number line.

###### Robot Rule Game (Linear Growing Patterns)

Determine the Robot’s rule for linear growing patterns by using input/output pairs.

###### Galaxy Divide

This activity provides practice with division.

###### Circles and Dots Game

This game helps your child practice with multiplication facts.

###### Exploring Multiplication

Four activities to explore multiplication as combining groups of equal size.

###### Division Facts to 49 ÷ 7

Four activities to practice division facts to 49 ÷ 7.

###### Situations Involving Multiplication and Division with Products to 50

Eight activities to support learning about situations involving multiplication and division.

## Understand the relationship between 1 whole and parts of 1 whole as fractions

###### Representing One-Half

These questions allow students to check their understanding of half.

###### Magnitude Games

Five games that require comparison of two or more quantities using decimal, fraction and/or whole number cards.

###### Matching Games

Four matching games to build an understanding of equivalence using decimal, fraction and/or whole number cards.

###### Fractions Representation Match

Gain knowledge and understanding of fractions through this match game.

###### Web Card Tasks

Four games that require the player to identify a quantity that is equivalent to, greater than, or less than the number on a card using decimas, fractions and/or whole numbers.