Factorization Forest Prime Factorization, exponents, multiplication | Computation Castle Exponents, Place Value, Fractions and more. |
123 Puzzle 123 Puzzle is a number quiz where you have to proof your skills. Find the number sequence or pattern. |
Give the Dog a Bone - A Number Square Game Help the puppy find the bones he buried by clicking on the correct number square. Don't take too long or you will run out of time! This math game is a great way for kids to practice working with a number square. | Find the Target Numbers Find the target numbers in the number square |
Find 10 more than the Target Numbers Find the 10 more than the target numbers in the number square | Find 11 more than Target Numbers Find the 11 more than the target numbers in the number square |
Dragon's Egg Rescue the dragon's eggs by flying around the sea, using the arrow keys, clicking on eggs with your mouse and deciding if the numbers are odd or even. | Odd or Even? Separate the numbers into odd and even numbers |
Odd Even Game Decide whether a number is even or odd. You can specify the range of numbers. | Jelly Diving Test your knowledge of odd/even while showing your acrobatic skills in this high-flying game! |
Prime or Composite Number Game Drag and drop numbers to be identified as either prime numbers or composite numbers. | Prime Numbers up to 100 Click on all the prime numbers from 1 to 100 |
Prime and Composite numbers Indicate whether a number is prime or composite | King Kong Prime Numbers Whack King Kong if he is holding a prime number. You will lose a point if you whack him holding a composite number |
Wash Line Hang out the washing in the correct order in this ordinal number activity. | Pinpoint that Number |
Number Cop Race your car to select the right type of numbers: Multiples, Fractions in Lowest Terms, Perfect Squares, Rational Numbers, Prime Numbers | Bobber's Farm Pint-sized farmers can harvest a barnyard of different math games on Bobber's Farm. By recognizing fractions, decimals, odd, even and prime numbers, kids can sharpen their math tools to get the job done. |
Secret Number To guess the computer's number you must ask questions, and use your understanding of the numbering system to eliminate possibilities. | Secret Number 2 In this game, the computer gives you a series of statements about the secret number. You must use these statements to determine what the computer's number is. |
Number Patterns Crack the code on the safe to open it! Drag tiles into the gaps in the pattern. | Sequences A fun and interactive animated game to help children with number sequences. |
Number Patterns Use your number pattern know-how to crack the Mission 2110 codes | Line Dry Complete different number patterns with differing degrees of difficulty. |
Number Patterns Discover the pattern and complete a sequence of numbers. |
Bill's Wishes Help make Bill's wish come true by choosing the correct comparison operator. | Ordering Cards Arrange each set of 3-digit numbers in order from least to greatest. |
Top It! Place the cards in the place value table to get the largest number. | One False MoveOrdering of whole numbers, integers and decimals |
Bath Tub Battle Bath time will never be the same! Control your Jelly as you battle your opponent while answering more or less questions, size comparisons or probability questions. One Player against the Computer and a 1 on 1 versus match with your friends. | Alligator's Lunch Learn how to use the greater than and less than symbols with Allie the alligator. |
Compare It Compare It! is a great way to practice comparing numbers, objects, or words using Greater Than, Less Than, Equal, Greater Than or Equal, Less Than or Equal, and Not Equal operators. You can compare words only, symbols only, or use both words and symbols. | Number Compare Compare using the greater than and less than symbols. |
Greater than and less than Everybody gets confused with their greater than > and less than < signs. Here is a small game to help you remember which is which. | Counting Caterpillar Put the numbers in order to change the caterpillar into a butterfly. You can select the range of numbers. |
Compare Numbers 2 Compare numbers using the greater than, less than and equal symbols. (3 levels, up to 1,000,000,000) | Comparing Numbers Compare the two numbers and choose the correct comparison symbol. |
Ordering Cars Click the cars in ascending order or descending order. | Higher and Lower Order the numbers. (You can also choose objects, words, integers, fractions, decimals, or time) |
The Award Ceremony Order a given set of random numbers for the award ceremony; includes whole numbers and decimals | Order Numbers 1 Place the numbers in ascending or descending order. (3 levels, up to 10,000). |
Order Numbers 2 Place the numbers in ascending or descending order. (3 levels, up to 1,000,000,000) | Number Track Level 1 - 5 numbers to place, Level 2 - 10 numbers to place, Level 3 - Whole track to order, Explore - make your own problem Put the number tiles in the correct place in the number track. |
Properties Match-Up In this activity you will do one of two things. You will either match the addition and multiplication properties with the definitions or examples of the properties, or you will match equivalent expressions that demonstrate the distributive property. | Math Properties and Definitions In this hangman-style game, players must guess the letters in the given hidden word or phrase. The words and phrases are those of math properties. |
The Number Properties Game The Number Properties Game is created to help students develop a basic understanding of the properties of numbers. The game began with a number property in the upper left hand corner of the game area. Players must move the number property onto the corresponding property. |
Numbers from 0 to 10 | Numbers from 11 to 20 |
Numbers from 20 to 30 | Numbers from 0 to 99 |
Number Words from 0 to 99 | Number Words in the hundreds |
Number Words in the thousands | Number Words in the millions |
Words to Numbers (up to 10) | Words to Numbers(up to 100) |
Words to Numbers(up to 1000) | Words to Numbers(up to one million) |
Words to Numbers(up to millions) |
Numbers to Words(up to 10) | Numbers to Words(up to 100) |
Numbers to Words(up to 1000) |
Even and Odd Numbers(up to 10) | Even and Odd Numbers(up to 100) |
Even and Odd Numbers(up to 1000) |
Ordinal Numbers(first to tenth) | Ordinal Numbers(eleventh to thirtieth) |
Number Sentence (+, –, =) | Number Sentence (plus, minus, equals, not equals) |
Greater than and Less than(2 digits) | Greater than and Less than(3 digits) |
Greater than and Less than(4 digits) |
Arrange digits (3 digits) | Arrange digits (4 digits) |
Arrange digits (5 digits) |
Place Values(Tens and Ones) | Place Values(Tens and Ones) |
Place Values (Hundreds, Tens & Ones) | Place Values (Hundreds, Tens and Ones) |
Place Values (Thousands, Hundreds, Tens & Ones) | Place Values (Thousands, Hundreds, Tens & Ones) |
Place Values (Ten Thousands, Thousands, Hundreds, Tens and Ones) | Place Values (Ten Thousands, Thousands, Hundreds, Tens and Ones) |
Rounding Numbers (to the nearest 10) | Rounding Numbers (to the nearest 10) |
Rounding Numbers (to the nearest 100) | Rounding Numbers (to the nearest 100) |
Rounding Numbers (to the nearest 1000) | Rounding Numbers (mixed) |
Skip Counting by 2's | Skip Counting by 5's |
Skip Counting by 10's |
Roman Numerals (up to 10) | Roman Numerals (up to 20) |
Roman Numerals (up to 50) | Roman to Arabic (Largest symbol - X) |
Roman to Arabic (Largest symbol - L) | Roman to Arabic (Largest symbol - C) |
Roman to Arabic (Largest symbol - D) | Roman to Arabic (Largest symbol - M) |
Arabic to Roman (Largest symbol - X) | Arabic to Roman (Largest symbol - L) |
Arabic to Roman (Largest symbol - C) | Arabic to Roman (Largest symbol - D) |
Arabic to Roman(Largest symbol - M) |
Standard Measurements | Metric Measurements |
Greatest Common Factor (GCF or HCF) | Greatest Common Factor (GCF or HCF) |
Least Common Multiple (LCM or LCD) | Least Common Multiple (LCM or LCD) |
Word Problems GCF or LCM |
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