Our directory of Free Math Games Collection available on the Internet: Probability math games, Scientific Notation, Sets and Functions. We categorize and review the games listed here to help you find the math games you are looking for.
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Probability Random ball picking machine. This game will test your probability knowledge | Probability Suitable for Grade 3. Select from Certain, Probable, Unlikely and Impossible. |
Probability Bag Pulling objects from a bag. Choose from certain, Impossible, Likely, Unlikely, Equally Likely. | Fish Tank Work out the probability of Pythagoras catching a red fish. |
Spinner Game Experiment with probability. | Box Model Randomly selects and displays draws from a box. |
Coin Tossing Explore probability concepts by simulating repeated coin tosses. | Probability Starfish It's a beautiful day at the beach. Let's learn about probability with starfish. |
Monty Hall Game Are you familiar with Monty Hall's Three Door Dilemma? It's an interesting probability question, and it's amazing how many people don't believe the truth when they hear it! Play the probability simulation to convince yourself of the truth. | Probability Quiz Three levels of difficulty to test your knowledge of probability |
Probability Spinner This activity allows the user to conduct probability experiments with traditional probability devices such as a spinner and dice. Studying random events with such devices and computer simulations allows you to gain familiarity with the connection between experimental and theoretical probability. | Adjustable Spinner This applet allows the user to explore experimental and theoretical probabilities by changing the area of the colored regions of the circle. When a section is added it reduces the other sections by an equal amount in order to add the new sector. When this occurs, the probability that that particular color will be landed on will change. |
Probability with Marbles This activity allows the user to pull marbles from a 'bag' in a variety of ways in order to explore several different concepts involving randomness and probability. The user controls the number and color of marbles located in the "bag". The user can also change whether the marbles are replaced after each draw and if the order in which the marbles are drawn matters. A table presents the user with a summary of the trials, and allows them to explore the difference between experimental and theoretical results. | Two Colors This activity allows the user to simulate pulling red and green balls out of three boxes. The boxes are pre-arranged so that there are two red balls in one box, two green balls in another, and one green and one red ball in the third. The user can shuffle the order of the boxes and the order of the balls in the boxes. |
Probability Cards Beat the odds with this card game. Write probabilities as fractions. | Probability Fair Answer the Probability questions to win tickets to the fair. |
Probability Game In this probability game, Coco will help you find the probability of simple and independent events. |
Probability Problems | Complementary Probability |
Probability Problems | Probability & Geometry |
Mutually Exclusive Probability | Independent Events Probability |
Dependent Events Probability |
Scientific Notation 1 Convert Large Numbers to Scientific Notation | Scientific Notation 2 Convert Small Numbers to Scientific Notation |
Scientific Notation Practice Conversion, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division | King Kong Scientific Notation Game Escape King Kong by correctly answering these scientific notation questions. |
Penguin Waiter The game will show you your dinner bill and the percent tip you should leave. You must calculate the correct tip to leave the penguin waiter. | Mission Magnetite To stop Hacker, you need to empty the fuel from his rocket by cracking a code. The code is made up of percentages that you need to match up. |
Percentage P.I. Help solve the baffling mystery of the burgled bank vault with Percentage P.I. This math game is a fun exercise for kids to review their percentages | Percent Game Fill in the missing value into the form, then click ENTER. Your answer will be a fraction, a decimal or a percent, depending on the problem. |
Percentages A game that will teach you how to calculate percentages | Fraction/Decimal/Percent Jeopardy Challenging game to interchange forms of numbers from fractions, decimal, and percents. |
Fractions and Percentages Compare fractions and percentages | Find the Pair Compare fractions, decimals and percentages. |
Fraction Four Play with a friend. Convert between fractions, decimals and percentages. The first to get four dots in a row wins. | Money & Price List Calculate the cost from the given price list |
Price List Game Calculate the cost from the given price list | Unit Price Game Are you getting value for money? It is a good way of comparing costs. To help you become expert at calculating Unit Prices we have this game for you: |
Percent Shopping – Troy’s Toys Choose toys to purchase. In level 1, you find the sale price when the original price and percent discount are known. In level 2, you find the percent discount when the original price and the sale price are known. | Math at the Mall Percentages, Discounts, Tips, and Interest. Practice percentages while shopping at a virtual mall. |
Math Quiz Find Percent, Interest, Discount, Sale Price |
Percentages (What is X% of Y) | Percentages (X is what % of Y) |
Percentages (X is Y% of what) |
Percent of a Number | Finding Percent |
Finding the Base |
Percent Word Problems (Part 1) |
Percent Word Problems (Part 2) |
Percent Word Problems Increase and Decrease |
Percent Word Problems Profit and Loss |
Logic Zoo Use Venn diagrams to sort the zoo animals back to the areas where they belong. | Venn Diagram - Sian Mansfield Sort animals and things with four legs in a Venn Diagram |
Venn Diagrams Sort the numbers using Venn Diagrams | Venn Diagram Sort the numbers in the 2-times table and in the 3-times table |
Venn diagrams and sets rally game for 4th grade Math Rally game – Classroom rally game for one or more students. Select your team with color and play math classroom rally game. Random questions based on a Venn Diagram will pop up during rally race and if you answer it correctly then you will get boost and your opponent gets some hurdles like stone or mud on the way so they slow down. Beat your opponent and have fun with math rally game. | Venn Diagram Shape Sorter The Shape Sorter activity involves using Venn Diagrams. Venn Diagrams were first developed by John Venn in the 1880s. They are useful for illustrating the relationships between sets. For example if we want to represent the set of all counting numbers, and illustrate how even numbers and multiples of 3 are related, we could use a Venn diagram. |
Venn Diagrams Could you help Professor Venn and his friend to sort the number tiles into the correct places in the Venn Diagram | Venn Diagrams Investigate common features of sets. |
Use Venn Diagrams and Carroll Diagrams Graphs, tables and lists Use Venn and Carroll diagrams to record sorting and classifying of information |
Function Machine Explore the concept of functions by putting values into this machine and observing its output. | Stop that Creature Figure out the function to shut down the machines |
Linear Function Machine Students investigate linear functions by trying to guess the slope and intercept from inputs and outputs. Linear Function Machine is one of the Interactive assessment explorers. | Number Cruncher This activity allows the user to explore simple linear functions; the function is determined by looking for patterns in the outputs. Whole Number Cruncher records each input and output in a window. |
Fuzzy Functions The numbers at the Functions Factory are right, but the plus signs and minus signs are missing! Only you can help save the day! | Function Machine Investigate the relationship between input and output values in a function |
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