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First and Second Grade Math Games

girls on computerBrowse through these games for grades 1 and 2 and check out Math Tips for Parents for ways to adjust these first and second grade math games.

Choose a shape. Choose a color. Then tessellate. See your shape repeat again and again to make a beautiful pattern.

fishTime to Move
It is time to move these fish to their new homes. Small fish move to the small fish tank. Big fish move to the big fish tank. Which fish move where? Catch and measure each fish to find out.

ticketsTickets Please!
Visitors at the Fun Park are ready for a ride. To make the rides go, fill up as many cars as you can, and put everyone in a seat. Click and drag the visitors to see how their numbers add up.

pbskidsPBS KIDS Online Games
Children will enjoy more fun math-related games featuring their favorite PBS KIDS characters. Check them out.

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