Grades 6-8 Math

Sixth-6th Grade, Seventh-7th Grade and Eighth-8th Grade Smartboard Interactive Math Games, Activities and Lessons

Teachers and students can use these Smart Board games, activities and lessons to learn about Math in Sixth Grade, Seventh Grade and Eight Grade. Some of the topics covered are: Integers, Mean, Median, Mode, Range, Tree Diagrams, Probability, Events, Decimals, Fractions, Mixed Numbers, Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing, Improper Fractions, Reducing, Exponents, Square Roots, Math Properties, Converting Decimals, Fractions, Percents, Perimeter, Radius, Diameter, Shapes, Quadrilaterals, Rate, Ratio, Proportion, Integers, Algebra, Variables, Equations, Expressions, Statistics, Order of Operations, Equivalent Fractions

Number Sense and Operations

Number Line – Students in 6th Grade, 7th Grade, and 8th Grade can use the interactive Smart board to show positive and negative numbers integers on the number line.

Exploring Order of OperationsThis interactive math resource allows the user to explore the order of operations.  Sound, hints, and immediate reinforcement are included!

Practice Division Facts – Click the correct answer to the division fact to power your car in Drag Race Division.  How quickly you answer correctly determines how fast your car will go.  Multi-player functions available.

Practice Prime and Composite Numbers – Primes vs. Composites lets players place prime number “plants” to factor composite number zombies.  Collecting “suns” allows players to upgrade their plants.

Decimal to Fraction Conversion – The focus of this multi-player game is decimal conversion!  Players can play alone or with a group.

Practice With Integers – Focused, interactive practice on adding and subtracting integers is the objective of this game.  Multi-player competition adds an element of fun!

Solving Algebraic Expressions – This game, Swimming Otters, gives players fun, interactive practice while solving algebraic expressions with variables.  To add to the fun, players can compete against each other.

Adding and Subtracting Integers – Orbit Integers is a multi-player racing game that allows students from anywhere in the world to race one another while practicing adding and subtracting integers!

Multiplication Practice – Otter Rush is a multi-player racing game that allows students from anywhere in the world to race one another while practicing multiplication!

Fraction to Decimal Conversion – Up to 12 players can play Puppy Chase, a multi-player game, which provides practice in fraction to decimal conversion!  Play alone or with someone else near or far away

Prime Numbers – In King Kong’s Prime Number’s game test your knowledge by whacking King Kong on the head when he’s holding a prime number.  Interactive fun will motivate players.

Adding Decimals – Hungry Puppies is a multi-player game that allows students from anywhere in the world to compete against one another while practicing adding decimals!

Multiplying Integers – Integer Warp is a multi-player racing game that allows students from anywhere in the world to race one another while practicing multiplying integers

Percent Circle –Players rotate the mouse to the find the percentage equal to the fraction.  When the circle turns blue, they selected the correct one!

Solving Proportions – This game provides rimed, interactive practice on solving proportions.  Three levels of play provide for continued progress.  Hint button visually explains how to solve the problems.

Fractions and Decimals to Percents Game – In this Millionaire Smartboard Math game, students will practice changing fractions and decimals to percents.  One player or two player mode provided.

Dividing Fractions – A fun and interactive soccer math game for practicing the division of fractions.   The game requires you to answer a math problem correctly in order to kick the ball.

Factors and Multiples on the Smartboard – This is an entertaining game called Factors and Multiples Jeopardy.  Students practice factors, multiples, prime factorization, GCF (greatest common factor), and LCM (least common multiple).  The team play option adds to the fun!!

Least Common Denominator Game – Students shoot the fruit that has the least common denominator for the two fractions shown.  Students aim to “hit the moving fruit” so the gaming element will keep the students engaged.

Order of Operations Smartboard Math Game – Balloon pop game reinforces the order of operations. Students pop balloons to indicate the order in which each would be solved.

Comparing Fractions – Choose the math symbol (equal, greater than, less than, not equal) on the Smartboard that will make a true equation or inequality. There are several chances to answer each problem before a new problem is given.

Ordering Negative and Positive Integers – Students can practice placing numbers in order by arranging the balls.  Practice is provided by both positive and negative numbers.

Subtracting Fractions Smartboard Game – Interactive game for students to play and practice subtracting fractions.  Players “shoot” the fruit that has the correct answer.  Select from three levels of play.

Adding Fractions Game – Practice adding fractions in this game by shooting the fruit with the correct answer.  Students will love the animation and audio as they hit their target!

Equivalent Fraction Game – Players match fractions using the Smartboard to their graphical equivalent.  This is great practice because it helps students visualize fractions. Use this activity to support your math Smartboard lesson.

Reduce or Simplify Fractions – Practicing simplifying fractions has never been more fun than it will be with this interactive game.  Three levels of play will provide for individual student needs.

Place Value Game – “Scooter Quest Junior” provides practice with place value while helping Jimmy earn money to buy a scooter.  Entertaining practice on place value!

Subtracting Integers – A fun race against clock provides students practice subtraction facts. Problems with both negative and positive numbers are provided.

Adding Integers – A fun race against clock provides students practice addition facts. Problems with both negative and positive numbers are provided.

Adding and Subtracting Integers – A fun “Pirate” game where students create their own pirate and save him from “walking the plank” by answering correctly.  Students will love to practice addition and subtraction in this fun game!


Basic Algebra Skills – This interactive Smartboard game is great for pre-algebra skills. Students drag playing cards and mathematical operational symbols to create the number given. Various levels are given for increasing difficulty. Students will love to practice their Smartboard lesson in this activity.

Pre-Algebra Game – Players arrange the cards and mathematical signs to make 24 in this fun game using order of operations.

Geometry and Measurement

Sort Figures in Geometric Figures Game – Geometric Figures Game is an interactive Smartboard math game for elementary and middle school students. The object of this game is to quickly classify geometrical figures as two dimensional or three dimensional by dragging them in the correct basket in less than 3 minutes.

Practice Naming X, Y Coordinates – Cool interactive game where students name the x,y coordinate where the fly lands. The frog appears to eat the fly if the student answers correctly.

Perimeter and Area – First, students read a great math Smartboard lesson on calculating area and perimeter.  Next select the level of difficulty for practice and review.

Create a Graph on the Smartboard – Instructions about the types of graphs is given.  Students can then enter their own data to create a bar, line, area, pie, or x-y graph.

Statistics and Probability