# Math

Mathemorphosis
Use your addition or subtraction skills to help the caterpillar "mathemorphosize" to a beautiful butterfly. Each time you answer a math problem correctly, your caterpillar will chew up a leaf and get larger. If you keep answering questions correctly, your butterfly will form a cocoon (chrysalis) around itself until it bursts out as one of four different kinds of butterflies

Birthday Candle Counting
Birthday Candle Counting is a fun educational game that helps kids practice one-to-one counting from 1 to 10. After completing five questions, kids can decorate their very own birthday cake!

Apple Picking
A missing numbers game which focuses on numbers 0-20. Students are presented with a series of numbers and have to select the apple to find the missing number.

Today's Number (to 20)
Today's Number helps you to learn the numbers to 20. The activities include a number formation activity which provides an animated model with start and end points as a guide, representing the number on ten frames, counting, identifying the numbers before and after and a number recognition task.

Virtual Manipulatives
This site has 19 interactive virtual math manipulatives.  Each is designed to help children understand math concepts.

Number Train
Students build a train by moving boxcars numbered 1-10. Students hear the number's name and see the written number.

The Counting Story
Students click on a number from 1-11, they see the number, a number sentence, and a graphic representation (bunnies) of the amount they clicked on.

Count the fish shown, and then click the shell with the correct number. 1-10 Narrated

Ladybird Spots includes counting, matching and ordering numbers games, which can help with learning to count and recognizing the numbers and number words up to 10.

Underwater Counting
Underwater Counting is an interactive counting game involving counting the number of objects to 10. The game takes the form of a treasure hunt where you are challenged to find the treasure by achieving ten correct answers.

Number Recognition
Students listen to the number and identify the matching number.

Students play a game similar to Chutes and Ladders students count forward.  The game can be adjusted for 1 or 2 players.

Shape Monsters
Shape Monsters is a fun, interactive 2D shapes game where children need to identify and match circles, rectangles, squares and triangles.

Symmetry Matching
Symmetry Matching is a math game which involves mirroring an image along a line of symmetry. Options include pictures, shapes and randomly generated patterns.

Comparing Number Values Jr.
Comparing Number Values Jr. is an educational game for kids to practice greater than, less than, and equal drills. Count the number of dots in each set, and then place the correct symbol >, <, = to complete the statement. Get five in a row correct to play the bonus game! Race your car and try to collect silver or gold coins. .

Students select and drop the addition and subtraction symbols to solve the problem.

Shape Patterns
Students are presented with a pattern and are asked to identify what
comes next.

Addition- Students use the counting up method with a number line to answer the addition problems by putting the cursor in the  answer box below the question, then they use the keyboard to type in the number.

Students add pictures that appear in each box and enter the correct answer from three choices that are provided for them.

Cross Out Method Subtraction
Students use the cross out method to answer the subtraction problems by putting the cursor in the answer box below the question, then they use the keyboard to type in the number.

Subtraction- Students use the counting down method with a number line to answer the addition problems by putting the cursor in the  answer box below the question, then they use the keyboard to type in the number.

Hundreds Chart
Students must fill in the blank squares in the number grid to count from 1 to 100.  Great practice site!
Engaging math videos that support students and parents in better understanding math concepts.

An Adding and Subtracting Game.  Use your addition or subtraction skills to help the caterpillar "mathemorphosize" to a beautiful butterfly. Each time you answer a math problem correctly, your caterpillar will chew up a leaf and get larger. If you keep answering questions correctly, your butterfly will form a cocoon (chrysalis)around itself until it bursts out as one of four different kinds of butterflies

Engage and motivate students with multiplayer educational games. Play the games for free, and with Arcademics Plus you can track student performance, tailor game content, and analyze problems

Flash Card Drill- 2Digit
Flash card drill of 2-digit number addition, subtraction and multiplication.

Hidden Picture Math
Students reveal a hidden picture by finding the correct problem that adds up to the sum.

Join Adventure Man as he races to find the hidden treasure before his arch nemesis, the sinister Mr. Thief, gets to it first! You'll put your knowledge of multiples and skip-counting to the test as you make your way through swamps, canyons, and temples in this exhilarating counting quest. Will Adventure Man get to the treasure in time, or is he doomed to meet his untimely demise?
Word problems are narrated and students are provided a calculator and work space if needed. The program gives immediate feedback but students have unlimited chances to answer each problem.

This site provides interactive quizzes in math. Online quizzes and tests are based on the second grade math standards. Students get instant feedback when they take the quizzes and their final score is reported.

This site provides interactive quizzes in math. Online quizzes and tests are based on the third grade math standards. Students get instant feedback when they take the quizzes and their final score is reported.

Clear It Addition is a fun game to practice and extend math fact fluency. Players must create number sentences that add up to the target numbers provided. Earn stars for extra points and clear the board before the timer runs out for extra points. There are three levels of difficulty. Clear It supports strategic reasoning and computational flexibility.

Subtraction Grids
A mental math game involving subtraction skills. It has two playing modes, where players need to select either one or two numbers from the grid to complete the subtraction calculation.

A math game where you need to work out the collection of related addition and subtraction or multiplication and division fact family relationships given 3 randomized numbers. Recognizing fact families is an important number concept where you can recognize inverse operations such as 3 + 5 = 8 and 8 - 3 = 5.

Clockworks
Clockworks in an awesome way for kids to practice telling time. It requires students to set as many clocks as possible in two minutes. The game is completely customizable. The easy setting includes times that end in :00, :15, :30, or :45. The medium setting includes the above as well as five-minute intervals. The advanced setting includes times to one-minute intervals, and the challenge setting includes difficult elapsed time problems. In this setting, scoring one or two is impressive! Clockworks Spanish

Time for Time
This site contains a teaching clock that can be used for whole class instruction as well as an interactive learning clock for student practice.  In addition, the site has time telling games, quizzes and a printable clock for student use.

Tony Fraction's Pizza Shop
Tony Fraction is a fun game that reinforces fraction identification, reduction, and equivalent fractions. Students play the role of Tony, a pizza shop owner who must fulfill the requests of his demanding customers. Tony’s customers order their pizzas with odd fractions of topping — not just the traditional "1/2 pepperoni and 1/2 plain." Tony’s customers routinely order pizzas with fractions such as fourths, sixths, eights, twelfths, and even sixteenths depending on the size of the pizza ordered.

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 problems.

Pizza Fractions
How many pieces of pizza are left?  Simple Fractions practice.

Spending Spree
Counting change.  Students choose item to buy and count mixed change (penny, nickel, dime, quarter) to pay.

Measure it!
Students practice measuring with on-line rulers.  They can use centimeter or inch tools to practice easy, medium, hard, and super brain measuring problems.

Carrol Diagrams Multiples
This resource is designed to develop an understanding of sorting multiples of selected numbers on a Carroll Diagram. The resource is useful both for demonstrating how Carroll Diagrams work and as practice in using them.

Coconut Multiples is a tablet-friendly math game which can reinforce your knowledge of times tables by helping you to recognize the multiples from each table. They can select either multiples up to either the 12 or 10 times table. Multiples can then be worked on either as individual times tables or mixed.

Three different arithmetic games which will test your knowledge of times tables up to 12 times. You can work through different levels to build up your skills.

Play the millionaire game by working out the division questions and see if you can get all ten right. You will need to understand remainders.

Mathionaire
This math multiplication program is fashioned after the television program 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire'.  Students earn virtual money by answering multiplication problems correctly.

This math program allows students to practice solving addition, subtraction, and multiplication  number sentences and problems.

This is a fun football-themed math game where students rumble down the field using their addition, subtraction, and multiplication skills. Students play offense and defense!
This site provides interactive quizzes in math. Online quizzes and tests are based on the fourth, fifth, and sixth grade math standards. Students get instant feedback when they take the quizzes and their final score is reported.

Place Value Basketball helps students understand the concept of hundreds, tens and ones. You need to recognize the Dienes base ten blocks and match to numbers up to three digits on the basketballs.

This game reinforces several standards involving fractions including equivalent fractions, fractions pictures, comparing fractions, and ordering fractions. Students must use their fraction skills to defeat enemies and find all eight slices of the golden pizza. Players must first earn the map by defeating five of pizza zombies and earning pepperoni dollars. Games can be saved. Please watch the instructional video.

In Sushi Fractions, students use their fraction "drawing" skills to make sushi to their customers’ specifications. The object is to ensure all eight customers leave as happy customers! Easier said than done. Some customers are every demanding about the accuracy of their orders; others are more flexible. Users must use the line tool to create the fractions from the sushi. The system will compare drawings with the correct fraction divisions and will return an accuracy score.

Age of the Angles is an application designed to reinforce protractor, angle measurement, and angle measure estimation skills. Practice using a protractor to measure angles in the "practice" mode and estimate angle measures in the "play mode." In the play mode, see how many angle measures you can successfully estimate before exhausting your 100 angle measure limit.

Properties of Multiplication
Learn about the associative, distributive, and commutative properties of multiplication through engaging videos.

In this game students will discover that numbers can be written as the sums and differences of other numbers. The game can be played alone, in pairs, or in teams. This game can be played on computers, iPads, and other tablets. You do not need to install an app to play this game on the iPad.

An entertaining math jeopardy game about factors, multiples, prime factorization, GCF (greatest common factor), and LCM (least common multiple).

Students use a number line to represent a fraction. Compare two fractions with different numerators and different denominators. Recognize that comparisons are valid only when the two fractions refer to the same whole.

Students use mental math to convert fractions into decimals.

Create your own shapes with blocks and explore the relationship between perimeter and area.