Numbers to 1000 PowerPoint Game | Year Two Maths Game

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GradeYear 2
Australian Curriculum CodesAC9M2N01
Learning AreaMathematics
NumberCounting On, More/Less, Name, represent & order numbers


Your students will love this fun Numbers to 1000 PowerPoint game.

Use as a whole class, selecting problems and recording the answers on the recording sheet. You can make it a competition and keep track of team points for fun!

This Year Two Numbers to 1000 PowerPoint game covers Identifying and Ordering Numbers to 1000, including:

  • Numbers before and after
  • Missing numbers in a sequence
  • Ordering numbers
  • Number words to numerals
  • Greater and smaller

All in a a bright and cheerful spring theme!

You will get:

  • PowerPoint game
  • Teacher instructions (the game is ready to play!)
  • Optional recording sheet (or just use student workbooks!)
  • Answer sheet

PowerPoint games can be fun for kids for several reasons:

  1. Interactive Learning: PowerPoint games often involve interactive elements, quizzes, and challenges that engage children in the learning process. This interactivity can make the learning experience more enjoyable and memorable.
  2. Visual Appeal: PowerPoint games can be visually appealing with colourful graphics, animations, and themes. The visual elements can capture the attention of children and make the learning or gaming experience more enjoyable.
  3. Competition and Rewards: Many PowerPoint games incorporate elements of competition and rewards. Children often enjoy friendly competition, and the prospect of earning points, badges, or rewards can motivate them to participate and stay engaged.
  4. Active Participation: Interactive features in PowerPoint games encourage active participation. Instead of passively receiving information, children get to click, answer questions, and make choices, fostering a sense of involvement and control over their learning experience.
  5. Group Activities: Many PowerPoint games are designed for group participation, promoting collaboration and teamwork. Working together to solve problems or achieve a common goal can enhance the social aspect of learning and make it more enjoyable for kids.