Photo credit: MathGames by TeachMe, Inc. Zombie Math allows students to practice math skills from pre-K to 8th grade. I did not include this game with pre-K and Kindergarten math, because of the zombies. However, 1st graders can practice earlier skills with this game, if they wish.
Photo credit: MathGames Age Of Math is a game that helps students practice math skills from Pre-K math to Algebra. The challenges are complex too. It takes several throws to successfully get objects thrown to the correct targets.
Photo credit: MathGames King of Math is a game designed to match the common core standards for math. In spite the fighting aspect of the game, I do like that the skills practiced automatically switch to the next difficulty level seamlessly while playing the game. However, this might be uncomfortable for younger players who may […]
Photo credit: MENSA Education & Research Foundation Probably Probability is a series of lesson plans to teach students about the basics and applications of probability. It is marked as a advanced sixth grade lesson, but it seems like most or all of it is applicable for many learners.
Photo credit: Khan Academy Khan Academy offers great courses in Math, Science, Engineering, Arts, Humanities, Computing, Economics, Finance, and test preparation. This link will take you to the lessons for Statistics & Probability, which includes: introduction to statistics, analyzing categorical data, displaying and comparing quantitative data, summarizing qualitative data, modeling data distributions, exploring bivariate numerical […]
Photo credit: MrNussbaum.com Probability Fair is a fun set of games where students can learn about probability. After they play, have students write to future fair goers with some advice on how to have a better chance at winning each of the games available here.