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PowerPoint Games for e-Learning

Add our selection of PowerPoint Games to your e-learning planning.

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This is another free resource for teachers from The Curriculum Corner.

Our PowerPoint games can be a great, free addition to your e-learning resources.

Just updated in October 2014!

As teachers across the country are preparing for extended e-learning days, we are working to gather resources that might be helpful.

Please continue to share requests and suggestions letting us know how we might help. We will work as quickly as possible to get resources together and shared over the coming weeks.

We need your ideas to know what will be most helpful!

If your school and families are lucky enough to have access to technology, we understand that many schools will be participating in e-learning days.

For those of you who do not have the technology needed, we have a collection for helping you create your own Learning Packets. By clicking the link you will find printable journals, worksheets and graphic organizers that can be printed and sent home.

Below we are including the links to the PowerPoint games we have created. Our original intent was that these would be used on your SmartBoard as a center or morning work activity.

However, these PowerPoint games will also work on an iPad. Because they were not created with this idea in mind, not all of the fonts will display like they do on your computer. We have found that some spacing between words is off depending on the game. They do work the same on an iPad as they do on the computer or your interactive whiteboard.

You will find the Google Slides version here: Google Slides Games

You can download our free PowerPoint games for e-learning below. Click on each image to go to the resource.

To, Two, Too PowerPoint Game
contraction PowerPoint game free from The Curriculum Corner
Use this fun summer themed telling time to five minutes PowerPoint game to give your students practice with reading analog clocks.
FREE Reptile Themed Multiplication Facts PowerPoint Game
FREE Missing Addends PowerPoint Game | Candy theme | FREE from The Curriculum Corner
FREE Missing Factors Multiplication Game from The Curriculum Corner 2
Use this lines and angles geometry game for PowerPoint to give your students practice with identifying lines and angles. 3
St. Patrick's Day PowerPoint Game Feature
Use this unicorn missing addends game for PowerPoint to give your students practice with recalling basic facts. Designed with Valentine's Day theme.
FREE Arctic Animals Subtraction Facts PowerPoint Game from The Curriculum Corner
FREE Rounding Numbers Math PowerPoint Game from The Curriculum Corner
FREE Decimals & Fractions Math PowerPoint Game
FREE Estimating Sums & Differences PowerPoint Game from The Curriculum Corner
FREE Addition Facts PowerPoint Game from The Curriculum Corner
FREE Adding Tens & Adding Hundreds PowerPoint Game from The Curriculum Corner
FREE Doubles and Doubles + 1 PowerPoint Game | Doubles Facts | The Curriculum Corner 2

As with all of our resources, The Curriculum Corner creates these for free classroom use. Our products may not be sold. You may print and copy for your personal classroom use. These are also great for home school families!

You may not modify and resell in any form. Please let us know if you have any questions.


Thursday 22nd of October 2020

Hello, I am not able to click on the images for PowerPoint games. I'm specifically interested in the Fry words. Is there something I need to do first.

Jill & Cathy

Thursday 22nd of October 2020

Thank you! All of the links should be fixed now. Let us know if you have any other struggles.

Debra Gann

Thursday 22nd of October 2020

Which works best on an iPad - PowerPoint or Google slides?

Jill & Cathy

Thursday 29th of October 2020

Most people prefer Google Slides for the ipad because not all students have PowerPoint on their iPads.

Heidi Torrance

Tuesday 14th of April 2020

Thank you so much for the free remote teaching resources. They have been a lifesaver!

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Monday 30th of March 2020

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Tracey Cervantes

Tuesday 24th of March 2020

Thank you for sharing your work, it is greatly appreciated!