Whew, who else feels like they have no clue what day it is and are just living their best life day by day? Same!

I have been working on getting some **digital math activities** out to y’all in hopes that they can be helpful this upcoming school year. I wanted to share the ones I have completed so far. Don’t worry, there are several more coming!

### DIGITAL MATH ACTIVITIES

All of the activities were created to use with Seesaw and Google Classroom. They all come with directions on how to get them uploaded and assigned to your students.

What I love about these is that they can also be used as a station activity; they do not have to be used just for distance learning.

Also, each skill set includes an example for each activity and 10 different “practice pages”.

Here’s a look at the Addition to 10 Digital Math Activities:

**Add It:** students drag and drop the colored stars to solve the addition number sentence. Then, they type or write the sum in the empty box to complete the number sentence.

**Make 10:** students drag and drop the colored counters to build 10. The objective is for them to see how many different ways there are to make 10. Afterwards, they type or write a matching number sentence.

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**Find It:** students drag and drop the purple fish to find the missing addend. Once they find the missing addend, they write or type the number in the number sentence.

**Solve It:** students drag and drop the manipulative to solve the story problem. There are different themes on each page. Once they solve it, they write or type the addends and sum in the number sentence.

**Balance It:** This is a very basic balanced equations activity. I think introducing balance equations in this way is an important step before moving to equations on both sides of the equal sign. For this activity, students drag and drop the cubes to solve the equation and drag and drop the sum that balances the equation.

**You can find the Addition to 10 Digital Math Activities HERE.* *

For Subtraction within 10 all the activity concepts are the same; just different themes!

I love this one! Students find the missing subtrahend with pizza toppings!

**You can find the Subtraction within 10 Digital Math Activities HERE.* *

Here’s a look at a few activities from the 2D and 3D sets.

**You can find the digital shape activities HERE.* *

There is also a Non-Standard Measurement set * here* and a Numbers to 120

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**here**I have more sets coming! Stay tuned!