If you’ve read about why I use games to make **cool math** for kids during our guided math time, then you’re familiar with the technology zone.

I’ve spent hours working and reworking this collection of games and activities for kindergarten – all from free, online resources.

The games and activities are collected in one place, planned out to cover a year of kindergarten with Common Core standards and differentiated for 3 levels of students.

Learn about the math games collection in the form of a pdf of how it works and the resources I’ve included for the classroom teacher {yep, I’m thinking of you as I create for myself too}.

You’ll love that I’ve included posters that you can post to remind students what set of games to play.

This tutorial lays out how it works and what it looks like.

And here is a video of me using it to show you how it works – so you can see that it is indeed as simple as upload and go!

Computer Center Math | Kindergarten | Cool Math for Kids | Differentiated

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Brittany Washburn says

I’m just coming across your amazing blog, store, and resources now. I’m a new K/1 teacher this year. Previously I taught technology/science specials and actually created something really similar to these for science topics (https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Kindergarten-Science-Interactive-Review-Activities-1311382). It is amazing how well students do with these activities. Technology changes everything! Thank you for making such great stuff. I look forward to learning from you.

Amy says

Hi Leslie,

I can’t tell you how amazing I think you are! I am looking at a computer pack from you on TpT, mostly for my math rotations. Would you suggest the new math pack you just posted ($18), or the math and reading pack ($20)? Are they similar to one another as far as the setup and games offered? What would you suggest to get the “most for my money”:)

Thanks!

Amy

Leslie @KindergartenWorks says

Hi Amy,

Aw, thanks so much! I’d suggest the math one if you really just want math, want students to dig in deeper and have the material differentiated. Those games only change every two weeks, but they’re all math games. The combined pack has new games for every week, but the potential is that a quarter to half of the games in that week may be math related. There is variety between the games offered in both packs, but there will be some overlap too. They are similar in setup, with the main difference being that the math games are differentiated. 😉 Both will cover you for an entire year – so you’ll be good to go either way! Just depends more on what you’re looking for. I’m in the process of making a language arts one – organized by skill – for literacy centers and I’m pumped about it!

Leslie

Guest says

Hi Amy,

Aw, thanks so much! I’d suggest the math one if you really just want math, want students to dig in deeper and have the material differentiated. Those games only change every two weeks, but they’re all math games. The combined pack has new games for every week, but the potential is that a quarter to half of the games in that week may be math related. There is variety between the games offered in both packs, but there will be some overlap too. They are similar in setup, with the main difference being that the math games are differentiated. 😉 Both will cover you for an entire year – so you’ll be good to go either way! Just depends more on what you’re looking for. I’m in the process of making a language arts one – organized by skill – for literacy centers and I’m pumped about it!

Leslie

Erica Ruf says

Are the downloadable files removed from the site? That is what it keeps telling me:(

Leslie @KindergartenWorks says

Nope, the files are still there. Weird!

– Leslie