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Try your luck and test your knowledge of math terms in this game of hangman. Use the refresh button to start a new game.

Try your hand at matching fractions with decimals and percent. Click the bell when you see a match.....better be fast!

Practice multiplication by moving your jet to the correct target and firing the rocket.

Read the sentence and then find a carrot with the appropriate number, e.g. 'Less then 26' choose ANY carrot that is less than 26.

This is a great whole class tool for counting activities. Choose a starting point and a pattern (ie 4) then click play. Clicking watch reveals the next number. Click hints for more info.

The fairy wants to get into the houses, collect the keys by adding 9 to the number on the door. Do this by adding 10 and taking away 1.

Kick the ball that is 10 less than the number on the goalie's shirt! Headphones needed!

Demonstrator for the equivalence of decimals, percentages and fractions. Great for whole class.

A demonstrator for the use of number lines.Includes a game for adding two 2-digit numbers together by adding the tens first. Answer 5 questions correctly and you can play the flying game. Good for mental Math. Teacher directions needed.

Complete these addition facts by first making 10 then adding the difference. Students will need instruction to understand the game. Good for mental arithmetic

Game: Can you match the fractions and decimals pairs?

Try this...not as easy as it looks! What's your strategy??

You must follow the rules to get through the maze. Choose easy, medium, hard. Improve your mental math addition and subtraction problem-solving with this game! Demonstrate with projector for whole class in lower grades.

Here's an online game that challenges students to estimate volumes of fluids using simple comparisons - without spilling anything! It's one of those great "not as simple as it looks" simulations that really does teach.

Explore visual patterns and symmetry with this online tool

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knann

last mark : 20/01/2007 11:15