|A Maths Dictionary for Kids|
|Kid Zone: Create a Graph|
|Kids and Cookies
A flash game that teaches students about fractions in a real-world situation. Students choose characters to be their friends and then choose how many cookies they have. Students must evenly share their cookies with their friends and can use different
An amazing website that helps students practice math facts, it has the added bonus of donating rice for every correct answer. Students can choose to practice basic math facts or multiplication. For each answer that is correct, grains of rice are dona
is a free math fact practice website. Students are matched up with other students from around the world where they play fact games and compete in real time. This site does not collect personal information about students and there are several games to
|Arcademic Skills Builder
a collection of fun arcade-like games that help students practice their math facts. Students can play games for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fraction, and ratios. The games are research based and standard aligned.
Make 5 is a fun way for students to practice addition, subtraction or multiplication. Students can play this game individually or against another student. This game provides a great platform for students to practice math facts and to start recogniz
has downloadable pdf lesson plans to teach math concepts using Google’s Sketchup. The site also has an impressive collection of printable puzzles and mosaics for students in kindergarten through twelfth grade to solve. This site helps bring 3-D conce
Be sure to click on the FREE math games for printable practice sheets. Or you can purchase apps for your phone or other mobile device.
|Class Brain - Math Games|
|Mr. Nussbaum's Math Page
This site provides students and teachers with a wealth of math related resources.
|Math Mol - 3D Images|
|traditional algorithm help|
|Terrific story problems to help build understanding of operations. Starts|
|Speed Math is so fun. Keep this site for excellent science review in|
|Kidport - All ages, easy to customize to specific needs-content area and level.|
|Kids' Zone - Be sure to check Dare to Compare, Grab Bag and Chances----Transition/Fifth|
Manipulate various geometric solids. Color the solid to investigate properties such as the number of faces, edges, and vertices
Determine the volume of a box by filling it with cubes, rows of cubes, or layers of cubes.
Create a customized circle graph with your own data, or display a circle graph from an included set of data.
Graph data sets in bar graphs. The color, thickness and scale of the graph are adjustable. You can input your own data, or you can use or alter pre-made data sets.
Figure out combination possibilities by making outfits for a bear. See if you notice a pattern for figuring out the number of combinations. See if you can discover and organized way of solving the problem.
Practice finding factors of various numbers by playing the computer or a human opponent of your choice. Be sure to read the directions and make sure that you understand the meaning of proper factor.
|“Crossing the Swamp"
Use this game to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
|Practice telling time and solving problems with time|
|Practice Counting Money|
|Complete Color Patterns|
|Addition with base ten blocks|
|Subtraction with base ten blocks|
Another great site for practicing basic skills
|A Plus Math
A great math site!
|National Library of Virtual Manipulatives|