Times Square This game provides great practice with multiplication facts as players race to be the first to get 4 products in a row on the game board. Factor Dazzle Players score points for finding all the factors of target numbers set by their opponents. Table Numbers The player chooses a factor between 2 and 9. He or she is then presented with 3 different numbers, and has to choose the one that is a multiple of the chosen factor. Good visuals; good practice. Two Minute Warning The player has 2 minutes to answer as many multiplication problems as he or she can. At the end of the game, the computer will show how many correct and incorrect answers the player got. Pumpkin Multiples The player races to collect multiples of a number. Before your child starts playing, talk about how you can tell if a number is a multiple of the number he or she selected. At the end of the game, the computer will show the multiples: talk with your child about any patterns he or she sees in those numbers. What do the multiples have in common?
Basic Division
Timed FlashcardsThe player recalls 30 basic division facts. You’ll need to click on a few links to get to the flashcards. There are also links on this page to basic multiplication facts, and more advanced multiplication and division combinations.
Order of Operations & All Basic Facts
Make 24The player uses four numbers and all operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) to make 24.
All Basic Facts
Number FactoryIn this engaging, puzzle-like activity, the player is challenged to add, subtract, multiply and/or divide a set of 4 numbers to come as close as possible to a target number.
Quick MathThe player must select the operational symbol (addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division) that will make the equation true. All equations are based on basic facts. After your child has played a few times, talk about some quick ways to tell which operation will complete the equation. Your child might be using strategies that don’t involve doing all the calculations, and that is fine: the strategies probably rely on a strong sense of number and operations.
After you've learned, practice with game to be more fluent!
Dig It Players take turns digging in a field loaded with precious stones. The object is to collect as much dirt and as many stones as possible. Players tell the shovel where to dig by using a set of numbers to make a fraction, and then locating that fraction on a number line that runs across the field. The more accurately they locate the fraction, the better their score.
Fraction Feud Players use number "cards" to create fractions that are larger (or smaller) than their opponents' in a series of mock jousts.
Drop Zone Players add fractions that will total 1 as they race to win 5 points in this action-packed game.Develops fraction sense, estimation, and skill at adding fractions with like and unlike denominators. A winner!
Adding Fractions This activity challenges students to use pictures to help add fractions with unlike denominators.
Each set contains five multistep word problems with step by step video solutions. Concepts include basic operations, algebraic reasoning, money, fractions, percent, perimeter,area, proportional reasoning, and measurement
Word problems use whole numbers but the problems range from single step addition to multistep equations. There are also problems that require students to interpret remainders. Students who answer 5 questions correctly get a chance to play some basketball.