Unit 1 Math Games
Crazy Dancing Hand - The crazy dancing hand guy wants you to use base 10 blocks to make numbers. How many can you get correct in a row?
Catch 10 - There is a bear at the bottom of a waterfall trying to catch base 10 blocks. Add together smaller numbers to make groups of 10 for him.
Estimate...QUICK! - You have 60 seconds to estimate how many base 10 blocks there are. Want to know the secret? Don't count all the blocks. Estimate!
Safari Units - The animals are being weighed on a big scale and you have to help balance it. Find the weights that match how heavy the animal is!
Critter Junction - These strange animals love to eat base 10 blocks! Usually they try and get too many of them. You will have to subtract and regroup base 10 blocks to feed them the right amount.
Thinking blocks - Use special blocks to model and solve addition word problems.
Give the Dog a Bone - This poor dog's bones are hidden on a hundreds chart. Use what you know about patterns on a hundreds chart to find the bones.
Estimate the Number - With a partner, take turns and estimate which number the red arrow is pointing to. Click the "stage" button to make it more challenging.
Find the Number - Use your knowledge of number lines to locate the target number.
Maximum Capacity - The monkeys are late for a party and are cramming into an elevator to get there on time.Estimate how many monkeys can go into the elevator without overloading it.
Home Run Derby Math - Use your powers of estimation to solve equations quickly. The more you solve, the better your baseball team does. Batter up!
Rounding Flash Cards - Round numbers to the nearest 10 or nearest 10 million! Can you answer 20 questions with 95% accuracy?
Unit 2 Math Games
Multiplication Flash Cards - Use this website to help you learn your multiplication facts. How many stars can you earn?
Bus Booter - Did the monkeys and robots and the weird time guy bring enough money to get on the bus? If not, don't let them on!
Fact Navigator - Did you know that door times chicks equals denty floor? Wait, what? I mean four times six equals 24. Visit the fact navigator to hear more crazy multiplication stories that will help you remember your facts!
Snowball Division -
Fun Brain Measurement
Shape Surveyor - You never know what you'll find if you dig geometry!
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