• # Math- Grade Level 4-6

Students Solving Problems Video Tutorials
Videos of students using various strategies to solve addition, subtraction and multiplication problems.

Order of Operations
Students play a game by solving problems based on the order of operations.

Spacey Math
Students can practice division, multiplication, addition, or subtraction. The program advances through several levels of play.

Math Baseball
Students can play against the computer or one another.  There are 4 levels of play, easy, medium, hard and super brain.  Students can practice Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division or mixed problems.

## Multiplication

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Order of Operations
Order of Operations- Students play a game by solving problems based on the order of operations.

Leon the Chameleon Math Stories
Excellent site for Math Stories!  Students must read the problem (or have the computer read the problem to them), type in the number sentence and answer, and click check the problem.  They get immediate feed back.  Students may practice either addition and subtraction or multiplication and division.

Multiplication Matho

Students play a Bingo type game while practicing their multiplication skills.

Multiplication Table Challenge
Students are challenged to answer 100 questions covering the multiplication table from 1 to 12, each time they play there will be new questions.

Spacey Math
Spacey Math- Students can practice division, multiplication, addition, or subtraction.  The program advances through several levels of play.

Multiplication Mystery
Students place the answer tile, on a grid, in a square where missing factors meet.

Math Baseball
Students can play against the computer or one another.  There are 4 levels of play, easy, medium, hard and super brain.  Students can practice Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division or mixed problems.

Math Mayhem
The goal is for students to answer as many math problems in a row  as they can in this timed multiplayer math drill.  An announcer will encourage children as they work.  At the end of each round students can compare their scores with others who are online at the same time. Students can choose to practice Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication or Division.

Division

Order of Operations
Order of Operations- Students play a game by solving problems based on the order of operations.

Leon the Chameleon Math Stories
Excellent site for Math Stories!  (Have students click on Maybe Later when they  encounter the Registration Page.) Students must read the problem (or have the computer read the problem to them), type in the number sentence and answer, and click check the problem.  They get immediate feed back.  Students may practice either addition and subtraction or multiplication and division.

Math Baseball
Students can play against the computer or one another.  There are 4 levels of play, easy, medium, hard and super brain.  Students can practice Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division or mixed problems.

Spacey Math
Spacey Math- Students can practice division, multiplication, addition, or subtraction.  The program advances through several levels of play.

Math Mayhem
The goal is for students to answer as many math problems in a row  as they can in this timed multiplayer math drill.  An announcer will encourage children as they work.  At the end of each  round students can compare their scores with others who are online at the same time.  Students can choose to practice Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication or Division.

Mayan Math Monster
Students try to get the Mayan Treasure from the temple by defeating the math monster. Students 'set up' the game by choosing problem type Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication or Division and difficulty level.

Make it count
Challenging math practice.  Students must find a way to match a target number.  They can add,  subtract, multiply, divide or even combine numbers to reach the target.  Each level varies the  number of signs that can be used and reduces the choice of digits to increase the difficulty.

Multiplication-Division Machine
Students must answer multiplication and division problems to advance their level of play.

Draggable Division
Students choose the division problems options, drag numbers to their correct positions, and enter the answer and remainder (if applicable).

Mystery Picture Division

Students click on a UFO that contains a math division problem then they click on the correct answer to reveal a hidden picture.

## Fractions

Fraction Sorter Activity
This interactive activity allows students to enhance their skills working with fractions.They make fractions, color in the correct portions, and then they place these fractions in order from the least to the greatest.

Save the Eggs

Mental math with operations using whole numbers, fractions, decimals.

Math Splat

Students practice adding and subtracting fractions and must answer the problems correctly or the bug splats on their windshield.  There are 3 progressively harder levels of play.

Pizza Fraction Practice

The "Want Some Pizza?" activities are designed to introduce fractions in a concept-building way. The activities can be done on computers with Internet access with square grid paper printed out and used along with the electronic images. On the"More Practice" pages, students color online on a square grid.

Tony Fraction's Pizza Shop

A fun way for students to practice identifying simple fractions.  Students enter their name, read the clients order, select the pizza size, apply the appropriate toppings and then click 'send' to find out if they correctly completed the fraction problem.

Reducing Fractions

Students can practice fractions, mixed numbers, decimals at this site.  They choose their grade level and the number of problems to be presented.  They can user a timer if they wish.

Fraction Game

Students play a game to find equivalent decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers.  Students will discover that every rational number greater than 0 can be written as a decimal or a fraction.

Finding Factors

Students  will find factors to help them make equivalent fractions and they will understand how to make equivalent fractions.

Equivalent Fractions

Students see the equivalency of two fractions as the program divides the whole into more pieces.

More Equivalent Fractions

Students find and match equivalent fraction models.

Fraction Frenzy

Students must match equivalent fractions in the allotted time frame.

Fraction Practice

Students must click on the correct answer to equivalent fraction addition or subtraction  problems before the bug spats on their windshield.

Math Maven's Mystery

Students act as detectives to solve some tough math questions.  There are math scenarios that cover logic and reasoning, whole number operations, fractions and ratios, and money and decimals.  There are three levels of difficulty to choose from.  Great but challenging site!

Graphing

Graph Data
This is a NYS test prep interactive practice page that has students answer questions dealing with graphs, tables, and charts.  There is a link to Let's Review! which is a lesson page that reviews how data is displayed using graphs.

This page presents an interactive student quiz on reading either bar or line graphs.  There are two levels of content.  Teachers can also have their students adjust the program to include questions on mean, median and mode by having them select level 3.

What's the Point?
Students keep track of their coordinates on a graph by testing their graph reading skills.  Two skill levels, need to choose med/hard to see game.

Word Problems

Grand Slam Math
This interactive program helps students become better at solving word problems.  Level 1 contains 15 addition and subtraction problems.  Level 2 contains 12 multiplication and division problems.  The questions start out easy and get progressively harder.

Math Playground
Math Playground is a mathematics learning site for students.  They can practice their math skills, play a logic game and have fun!

Leon the Chameleon Math Stories
Excellent site for Math Stories!  (Have students click on Maybe Later when they encounter the Registration Page.) Students must read the problem (or have the computer read the problem to them), type in the number sentence and answer, and click check the problem.  They get immediate feed back.  Students may practice either addition and subtraction or multiplication and division.

Practice with Money Word Problems
This site contains an unlimited number of money problems randomly generated.  Students need to figure out how many coins are needed to make up the total dollar amount.

Word Problems

Geometry

Tessellations
This page shows the definition,  how to name a tessellation, and many examples of semi regular tessellations.

Geometric Terms
Interactive page that includes matching, concentration, flashcards and a word search of geometric terms.  The page includes a list of terms with the correct definitions that students may refer to, if necessary, during the activities.

Measuring Angles
Students mouse click on the protractor to drag it around the screen for making measurements. They click on the correct answer then use the arrow to move to the next question.

Interactive Proof
An Interactive Proof of Pythagoras' theorem.

Probability

Understanding Experimental Probability
Students experiment with experimental probability using a fixed size section spinner,a variable section spinner, or 2 regular 6 sided number cubes.  Appropriate for elementary grades.

Data Analysis & Probability
These pages contain virtual manipulatives related to the NCTM Data Analysis & Probability standard for grades 3-5.  There are Spinners, Coin Tossing, and more for student practice.

Intermediate Math Internet Resource Sites

## Worksheets

Students from grade 4 can challenge themselves in the areas of mathematics or science.  Students may choose the number of questions, from 5 to 20, that they will answer.  This site also allows students and their teachers to review the  results of other students from around the world based on the same questions.