7 Subtraction Games for Second Grade Math Practice

Does your second grader need more practice to master subtraction, and worksheets just aren't doing the trick? Make a game out of second grade math with these fun activities!

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Sidewalk Chalk Subtraction

Make subtraction practice more fun with this outdoor review game that's great for beginning math learners and more advanced!
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Math Facts Game

Math Facts Game: A mix of musical chairs and Twister meets math. Nipping multiplication problems in the bud was never this much fun!
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Count Down

Practice subtraction with your second grader in this fun dice game. Math concepts have never been more fun!
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Math Monster Game

The Math Monster will save your second grader from repetitive math flashcards. Guessing mystery math facts is a fun way for him to polish arithmetic skills!
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An Equation Card Game

Create equations in this strategic math card game. Your second or third grader can practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in a new way!
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Step on It: A Math Game

Help your child "step up" to second grade math fact challenges with a fun addition and subtraction game in your very own kitchen.
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Play Subtraction 'War'

Play this "subtraction war" card game with your second grader and watch his math facts mastery leap forward!
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