Place Value:Shark Pool Place Value Game -This activity is a good review on counting place value blocks.  Take a careful look at the place value blocks that are in the boat.  Click on the correct numbered circle to the right of the boat.  Be careful!  If you get it wrong a shark will take a bite out of your boat!Shark Numbers -This game is another good variation of the Shark Pool Place Value Game.  See if you can correctly count up the place value blocks in this game.Place Value Blocks Estimation -This activity is a lot of fun!  See if you can accurately estimate the number of place value blocks that have been dumped on the table.  You have 60 seconds to makes as many estimates as possible.  I recommend playing this activity several times to help you improve your powers of estimation!Place Value Connect Four -See if you can match the digits with their correct place value. Connect four, and you get bonus points.  Try the practice mode for starters.  Then when you get the hang of it, try the regular mode where you are timed.  If you really want a challenge, try the memory mode!Place Value Puzzler -This activity will help you in being able to identify the place value on specific digits in large numbers. Be careful! There are NO commas separating the numbers into their periods!Finding Place Values -This activity will also help you in being able to identify the place value of specific digits in large numbers. Click start to begin.Other Place Value Games -This is a link to a site that has a whole bunch of fun place value games for you to play! Counting Money & Making Change:Learn to Count Money -There are 3 different levels to this game.  Each time that you count the correct amount of money, you get a colorful goldfish for your fish bowl.Counting Money - Here is another activity that gives you practice in counting money.Cash Out -You're the cashier at a store. You need to give change to the customers buying things. Try to sell as many items as possible before the time runs out. Before you start, be sure to click on the difficulty level.  Once you've clicked on the correct change, be sure to click on the "give change" box!Can you help the lunch lady with the last ten students who need to buy lunch before the period ends? Test your mental math skills of counting up money.  See if you can get all ten students through the line before the next group of students come to lunch!Making Change -Harvey has been hired to work as a cashier at Perfect Pets, however he needs help with making change for customers. Can you help him?(Top of page)Patterns:Line Dry -See if you can complete the pattern of numbers that appear on the clothesline.  Click inside the blank shirt and then type in your answer.  Be sure to click on the "Go" button on the bottom right part of the game screen to see if you were able to complete the number pattern.  When the new set of shirts appear on the clothesline, you will have a different number pattern to solve.  Remember.. the patterns get harder as you continue the game! Addition & Subtraction Activities:What Number Do You See?  -This activity tests your ability to recognize various numbers represented by ten-frames. By doing so, it ultimately helps students with their ability to work with numbers when trying to make ten!  Be sure to try the "Multiple Tens Frames" activity.  It's a really good one for the brain!Butterfly Ten Frames Game -This activity is an excellent one to help strengthen your ability to recognize pairs of numbers that make ten.  See how fast you can determine how many butterflies flew away and how many butterflies are left.Mad Math Minute Doubles -Becoming a master of addition requires that you have mastered your doubles!  This is a great activity that gives you plenty of practice in working with your doubles.Dinosaur Dentist -Once you have mastered your doubles, solving addition problems with near doubles should be easy.  This is a fun activity that gives you plenty of practice working with near doubles.  Look at the dinosaur's teeth. Think of the double.  Remove one tooth, and find the near double!Math Mayhem! -Are you ready to put your math skills to the test?  See how well you do against the clock with either addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division.Math Magician Addition -Choose which particular math fact you'd like to work on and see if you can answer 20 questions in less than a minute.Math Magician Subtraction -Choose which particular math fact you'd like to work on and see if you can answer 20 questions in less than a minute.Sum Sense Addition -Drag and drop the number cards to make an addition sentence that works.  Before you start, select the number of questions and the time that you want to be given to answer each challenge.Sum Sense Subtraction -Drag and drop the number cards to make a subtraction sentence that works.  Before you start, select the number of questions and the time that you want to be given to answer each challenge.Speed Grid Addition Challenge -Find two numbers in the grid whose sum equals the number given below the grid.  Before you start, select the number of questions and the time that you want given to answer each challenge.Speed Grid Subtraction Challenge -Find two numbers in the grid whose difference equals the number given below the grid.  Before you start, select the number of questions and the time that you want given to answer each challenge.Whole Numbers Addition Blocks -In this game, you are given a target number.  You will need to click on as many numbered blocks as you need to add up to the sum of that target number.  Be careful!  You don't want to go over the target number.  Otherwise you will lose a point!  Here's a good strategy to use:  Select combinations of numbers that add up to ten and go from there!  You can also use our famous math cheers to help you as well: "1, 2, 3, 4 who really knows the score?  Ten, Ten, Yeah Ten!!!""2, 4, 6, 8 who do we appreciate?  Twenty, Twenty, Yeah Twenty!!!""6, 7, 8, 9 who do we think is mighty fine?  Thirty, Thirty, Yeah Thirty!!!"Add to TEN -We know how important it is to be able to be flexible with numbers. The number ten is such a great number to work with.  Being able to pair up numbers that match to ten is an important skill.  Shoot the numbered ball to a number so that the sum of the numbers on the ball is ten!Make 15 -This game is one of my favorites!  Compete against the computer in selecting three numbers whose sum is fifteen. Remember, you may have to select numbers so that the computer doesn't get a combination of 3 numbers that add up to fifteen!Circle Addition Equation -When you think about it, an equation is very similar to our balance for comparing mass.  If both pans have an equal amount, the balance is balanced.  If both sides of our equation have an equal amount, our equation is also balanced or equal.  BE SURE TO CLICK ON PRACTICE MODE when first playing this game!  Click on the correct circle that would make the equation balanced or equal.Solving Addition Equations -This balancing equations game is a bit more difficult.  Some of the addends are negative numbers!  See if you can determine what number would need to fit the equation so that both sides of our equation are equal.Thinking Blocks- Addition & Subtraction -A really good strategy that can help you solve word problems is by using bar diagrams. Bar diagrams help you to visualize the information that you know and how that information can help you to solve the problem. This site does an awesome job of modeling addition and subtraction word problems using bar diagrams.(Top of page) Mental Math Addition & Subtraction:Mental Math Soccer -This is a really good game to work on the 2-digit mental math addition techniques that we worked on in class.Multiplication & Division Activities:Carl's Cookie Capers -Here's a fun model of multiplication that involves cookies and chocolate chips!Wade's Workout World -Practice your multiplication facts while helping Wade workout in preparation for the soccer season.Math Magician Multiplication Madness! -Are you a math magician?  In this activity, see if you can correctly answer 20 multiplication questions in one minute. Whole Numbers Multiplication from 0-9 -Here's another fun activity that helps you practice your multiplication facts.Speed Grid Multiplication Challenge -Find two numbers in the grid whose product equals the number given below the grid.  Before you start, select the number of questions and the time that you want given to answer each challenge.-In class, we learned that multiplying numbers by multiples of ten is easy!  First, do the basic multiplication fact.  Then determine how many zeros you will need to tack onto your basic multiplication fact to determine the correct product.  It's just that easy!Math Squares Addition and Multiplication -See if you can place the correct number values into the correct spaces so that you have both an addition and a multiplication sentence that make sense.Math Magician Division Madness! -Are you a math magician?  In this activity, see if you can correctly answer 20 division questions in one minute. (Top of page)Identifying Fractions:Fraction Fun! -Here's a fun little activity on identifying fractional parts. Click on the slice of pie to start your adventure in fractions!Fraction Frenzy! -See you quickly & accurately you can identify various fractions in this activity.  Be sure to use the arrow keys on your keyboard to select the correct fraction.Matching Fractions- Parts of a Set -When we explore what fractions really are, there are two ways in which we can think of  fractions.  A fraction can represent part of one whole thing (example: I had 1 slice of pizza for lunch.  I ate 1/8 of the pizza pie.)  A fraction can also represent part of a set. (example 1/3 of the apples in the box had worms in them!)  See if you can correctly match the fraction with the part of the set that is shown.Decimals:Decimal Ducks -See if you can collect all ten ducks in by identifying the correct place value of numbers that have up to 3 decimal places.Decimal Ships -This activity is similar to decimal ducks except that it works with numbers up to 4 decimal placesDecimal Detective -This is a fun activity in which you will try to find a suspect hiding behind a particular decimal number.Scooter Quest -See if you can help Jimmy make enough money to help him buy a scooter for his paper route.  Each level of the game gets progressively more difficult, ultimately asking you to identify place value all the way down to the ten thousandths!(Top of page)