Check out these great learning links for MATH!
Know Your Facts
Practice doubles with flashcards, matching, or concentration.
Drive Like a Monkey is a great way to practice easy facts to 5
Find related facts by visiting this interactive Fact Family Village.
Flower Power is a simple interactive that allows one to use doubles in addition and subtraction.
Math Lines is a super fun way to practice number combinations. Click on a number and scroll down.
Kids love Math Magician for practicing facts.
Matho is addition or subtraction practice in a fun BINGO game.
Play Multiplication Explorer-Get your game piece around the board by rolling dice and creating arrays to answer multiplication problems.
Mummy Number Line gives students a number line to solve subtraction problems. Try to see the mummy's boxers.
Number Twins 10-find combinations to 10 that are in line with each other. Click on a number and scroll down.
In Powerlines, players have to put numbers in a straight line to add up to a target number. This fun game involves some logical thinking.
Save The Whale will help you build your tens.
Space Jumps is a great place to practice the Make a Ten strategy.
In Speed Grid Addition, you choose a set number of problems to attempt in a certain time and go!
Sum Sense Addition asks students to put together single digits to make correct addition problems. Students can choose the number of problems they want to complete in a certain amount of time.
Sum Sense Subtraction is a subtraction version of the above game.
Take aim at the double to practice your doubles facts.
Whack a Mole allows you to change the number you are counting by to get more practice.
Let's Compare gives practice with counting coins and then comparing the amounts using the < > or = signs.
Fizzy's Lunch Lab lets you choose food to buy and stay in a budget.
Coin Box Learn how to count, collect, exchange, and make change for coins.
Coin Combo Count a target amount of coins before time runs out.
Time and Measurement
Bang on Time has players read time in words and then click when the clock reaches that time.
Practice converting feet and inches to just inches with this matching game.
Length Strength has an interactive ruler that lets you measure objects.
This ruler site is simple practice for measuring in inches and reading rulers.
Stop the Clock-drag the correct times to the matching clock.
In Time Travel, you move hands on clocks or tell time on a digital clock so Marvin can travel through time to find his astronaut friend.
Butterfly Ten Frames-another 10 frame.
Comparing Number Values gives practice using the < > or = signs.
Concentration with numbers, dots, and numerals.
Five Frames are good for combinations to 5.
Give the Dog a Bone challenges players to find missing dog bones on a hundred chart before one minute is up.
How Many Under The Shell?-an excellent game for students who need work on hidden numbers.
Hundred Chart is excellent practice with the figuring out missing numbers on the hundred chart.
Kids love Shut the Box. Try this online version.
Ten Frames are good for combinations to 10.
Arrow Card will help students use expanded form to build numbers up to 999.
A Lucky Place asks students to determine the place value of the place where the coin landed.
Practice your place value models with Fruit Shoot
Work on expanded form with this Packman-like game called Mathman.
Place Value Hockey lets you practice identifying the digit that corresponds to s certain place value.
Practice adding ten so you can Sink the Submarine.
Shark Numbers has students click on the numbers shown by the place value blocks. If the answer is wrong, the shark will bite the boat!
Weight Watch gives students tens and ones and asks them to use them to make two scales equal.
Double Digit Addition and Subtraction
Addition Attack-work through 5 levels of addition to save planet Earth from invading spaceships.
Play Mad Maths Addition or Mad Maths Subtraction to see how many +10 problems you can do in a minute.
Here is a double digit version of Speed Grid Addition.
And a double digit version of Speed Grid Subtraction.
Add 10 to any double digit number with Top of the Class.
Cross the River-get the "guy" across the river by choosing the correct fraction.
Fraction Monkeys will help you put monkeys in order on a number line and you will have to work with some equivalent fractions too.
Melvin's Match is an equivalent fractions game. It gets harder as the rounds progress. Excellent practice!
Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Half is a challenging, fun activity in which you can make 13 different halves out of one square.
Math Sites That Cover Many Ideas