Math games for geometry, arithmetic, fractions, and logic. Includes “Number Eaters” fact practice that many kids love. Grades 2 – 8.
Practice multiplication combinations, area and perimeter, fraction sense, and basic algebra. Play against the computer or an online opponent. (Former fourth graders will recognize “Times Square” as the Multiplication Four-in-a-Row. “Ker-Splash” is great for exploring variables and addition with negative amounts.)
Games, puzzles, and practice! A variety of topics from making change to algebraic equations, measuring angles, and logic problems. Grades 3 – 8.
Many excellent games and activities. Topics include arithmetic, fractions, algebra, geometry, graphing, and enrichment material. “Arithmetic Four” and “Order of Operations Four” can be set to include negative numbers. Grades 3 – 8.
Number puzzles that reinforce whole number calculations. Grades 2 – 8.
Click a grade span and topic for a wide variety of activities. The fraction activities are especially good. All grades.
Fraction help and games. Grades 4 – 8.
A variety of games for basic facts and computation skill practice. Grades 2 – 5.
From TERC, the developers of our K – 5 math program, advice on sound strategies for helping your child deepen his/her understanding of math. (The entire “for families” area of this web site is worth exploring further!) For parents.
Online games selected by TERC. Grades K – 5.
Math activities for everyday situations around the house. Grades K – 5.
Math challenges for parents and children to puzzle out together. Grades 3 – 8
Math and Business Games for Kids, Courtesy of BFS Capital:
Currency Converter from Elizabethan England to today! Click here.
Complete Guide to understanding the importance of English and Math from Kent College
English and Math Skills from the BBC