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Skills: Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers.
Object: Sell as many ice cream cones as possible in three minutes by converting improper fractions to mixed numbers.

Can you fill the customer's order with the right amount of toppings? Choose the Pizza size for the order then add your toppings. Click send to finish!

The rules of the game are simple: each of the nine blocks has to contain all the numbers 1-9 within its squares. Each number can only appear once in a row, column or box. Every puzzle has just one correct solution.

Help rescue Maggie's dog, Dude, who is trapped on a rooftop! You can rescue him by answering a few math questions. Pick addition, subtraction, multiplication, division or a mix of all four. Then pick a level (Easy, Hard, or Extreme). Each question you answer correctly will get you closer to rescuing Dude. You can also play this game in Spanish.

With Scholastic's Global Classport, you can communicate with classrooms in 182 countries, and collaborate with teachers around the world. Note: Remember that your username must include "_scholastic" . Use to connect with other classrooms to solve Math Maven's Mysteries

This content resource is an index of links to interactive sites, challenging students to solve mysteries using a variety of math principles. Students read the stories, solve the problems, and answer the questions, using clues embedded in the stories to discover the solution. Included are links to a variety of teacher resources.http://teacher.scholastic.com/maven/tguide.htm

Pentominos are the names of shapes created by 5 squares connected together. The objective of the puzzle is to place all pentominos inside the square after marking 4 boxes to remain empty.

Interactive Math tools for grades for K-12. Accompanied by lesson plans and NCTM standards

Help Ted fix the leaky roof by placing the bricks (decimals) in numerical order.

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

Whic problem answer is different from the rest? That's the odd one out! Good for for mental math.....

This activity can be used to:recognize and explore the properties of tessellations, identify and examine symmetry in geometric figures,describe, and classify polygons, examine the role of mathematics in society and nature

Practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division in two adventure games.

The first player starts by moving one or more blue markers along the tracks, either forward or backward, so that the positive and negative distances moved by all markers add to the amount shown in the fraction box.

An investigation involving fractions and decimals. Teacher instruction required first.

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

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