Photo credit: TurtleDiary.com Monster Multiplication is a strategy game where a student alternates with the computer at selecting one factor at a time. The game board space with the number that matches the product, is won by the player. A player must get, 2, 3, or 4 game board spaces won in a row, either […]
Photo credit: TurtleDiary.com Hammer Multiplication is a fast-paced multiplication game that is similar to whack-a-mole, but without the aspect of violence. Students use a hammer, like the one that Thor is often depicted carrying, to break apart stones that have an equation and a solution that correctly match.
Photo credit: TurtleDiary.com Number Twins (developed by TurtleDiary.com) is a compelling addition game to help students think about pairs of numbers that add up to the sum of 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10. Our daughter and I, both found this game to be fun! Bonus: This game also works on developing focus, speed, and […]
Photo credit: Mya, The Full Time Kid Mya, the Full Time Kid, has put together this fantastic video showing a trick for other kids to learn an easy way to remember how to multiply by 9’s. Save
Photo credit: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Deep Sea Duel is an engaging game for students to learn addition with multiple single or multi-digit numbers. Students can play against each other or against the computer. They can control the number of numbers to choose from and the level of difficulty (adding negative numbers or […]
Photo credit: http://roomrecess.com The game Zap-A-Zoid, is a great way for students to learn about odd & even numbers, multiples, factors, and prime numbers. To begin, they read what their goal is at the bottom of the screen, and then they fire an energy bolt at the alien with the correct number above its head. […]
Photo credit: http://roomrecess.com The game Decimalus Rex, helps students learn about decimals (ordering, place value, reading and addition). To begin, they read the name of the decimal that they must find, and then they spit fireballs at the correct number, once they find it. Save Save Save
Photo credit: Playpower Labs Inc. BrainPOP uses a great game titled Battleship Numberline (developed by Playpower Labs Inc.) to help students review concepts of whole numbers, fractions and decimals. They will practice determining where on a number-line specific whole numbers, fractions, or decimals should be. They will also estimate what whole number, fraction, or decimal […]
Photo credit: TurtleDiary.com Mission Addition is game where kids have many tiles to choose from with numbers on them. They select two or three out of many in order to add up to the number that is the answer.
Photo credit: AdaptedMind AdaptedMind has a site for kids to practice their 1st to 6th grade reading and math skills. A one month free trial is offered. Disclaimer: Be aware, that after the 1 month free trial, it is $9.90/month. Parents, if your kids love these games, then it can be a good value. However, […]