## Map and US Geo Links:

Here are some links to YouTube videos of states and/or capitals songs!

These games you can choose regions of the US. Remember, they may be a little different than the regions we are using in class:

• US Regions and Capitals- You can choose the region up at the top and then choose easy, hard, or capitals.
• USA Capitals or States- This page has both capitals and states. You can start with the tutorial and move up the levels. Once you start the game, you can select the proper region on the left.

These games are for the whole US:

• USA Maps Jigsaw- This page has jigsaw puzzle games. Start at level one and move up through the levels!
• USA Capitals or States- This page has both capitals and states. Start with the tutorial and move up the levels!
• Place the State- This game is more challenging because you need an idea of where the states go, first.
• Penguin Hop- This simple game is for learning capitals!
• Where is That?- This page has several game options. You can do either states or capitals.
• State Detective- This game allows you to ask questions to figure out the mystery state.

## Math Games:

Geometry Games- Area, Perimeter, Volume, Surface Area

• Sheppard Software Geometry Games- There are lots of geometry games to play: Triangle Shoot, Quadrilateral Shape Shoot, Perimeter Shape Shoot, Area Shape Shoot, and Volume Shape Shoot.
• Triangle Drag and Drop- Practice classifying triangles.
• Angle Tic Tac Toe- Practice classifying angles.
• Minecraft Volume- Choose to play or practice in this Minecraft style game calculating volume.
• Can you Fill it?- Pour liquid from one container to the other using your knowledge of volume AND problem solving skills.
• Pour to Score- Pour liquid from one container to the other using your knowledge of volume AND problem solving skills.

• Fraction Games
• Fruit Splat Fraction Addition- Choose whatever level Ms. B asks you to play OR whatever level is appropriate for you.
• Reduce Fraction Mathman- Play this game to practice reducing fractions.
• Satisfraction- This is a Greg Tang game practicing fractions. You can practice identifying, comparing, simplifying, or adding/subtracting/multiplying/dividing.
• Pizza Fractions- Once you learn how to play, this game is a lot of fun. You can practice identifying fractions and making equivalent fractions.
• Fraction Game- Use fraction equivalence and addition of fractions to move markers in as few cards as possible.

• Other Math Games
• 2048- Double numbers to try to get all the way up to 2,048! It's quite a challenge.
• Ten Frame Mania- This game is a race to make combinations of numbers. It gets harder and harder as you play!
• Math Limbo- This game is all about making combinations of numbers.
• Online Farkle- Here's a very simple online version of Farkle. The computer plays fast, so pay attention! There's also a one player version.

• Xtra Math- We use this site to practice operation facts! It can be done daily to improve math fact skills!! Our class code is DUEVC7XJ. Ask Ms. B for your pin.

Where is Earth Located? Use these links to learn more about where the earth is located and to fill out the notes section on your sheet.

How are Stars Similar and Different? Use these links to learn more about stars and to fill out the Star Facts Graphic Organizer.

How can we measure time as the Earth rotates and revolves? Use these links to learn more about revolution and rotation of the sun, earth, and moon and fill out your t-chart.

Why does the earth have seasons? Use the links below to help answer the question about why earth has seasons.

What causes the phases of the moon? Use the links below to help answer the question about why we see phases of the moon here on Earth.

• Moon Phase Simulator- You must use Firefox to make this work. Right click (2 finger click on a Mac) on the link and choose "copy link address". Then open Firefox and paste it into the address bar. You'll have to approve Flash.

How does the sun's altitude affect shadows and temperature throughout the year? Use the links below to help answer the question about shadows and temps throughout the year.

• Sun Simulator- You must use Firefox to make this work. Right click (2 finger click on a Mac) on the link and choose "copy link address". Then open Firefox and paste it into the address bar. You'll have to approve Flash.