Fun Math Practice Sites


Symbaloo has the most up-to-date sites that I use with students – click above to check out my Math Club links!


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Base-10 Blocks & Manipulatives:

MiF_logo Math in Focus Virtual Manipulatives

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Math CatsMath Cats

Thinking games and practice an Make-Your-Own Manipulatives ideas

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Manny's_Rhumba_Learning_Box_Base_10Manny’s Rhumba Base-10  game from Learning Box 

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Houghton Mifflin eManipulatives

HMH_EManipulatives

  • Base Ten Blocks
  • Counters
  • Coins and Bills
  • Fractions
  • Connecting Cubes
  • Fractions and Decimals
  • Number Line
  • Addition Table
  • Hundred Chart
  • Multiplication Table

Glencoe's_base_10Glencoe’s Virtual Manipulatives

All the online miinpulatives you could ever possibly need, organized by grade level.

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logo-nlvm National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

Virtual manipulatives for grades 3 – 5 from Utah State university.


 Math Fact Practice:

National Math BeeNational Math Bee

Will begin again in fall 2014! The National Math Bee is a fun way to help students achieve extraordinary levels of speed and accuracy with their math skills.

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mathdoodles MathDoodles

Designed to provide a place where children can discover the joy, wonder, and fun of mathematics. (And they are engaging math practice too!)

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SumDog

Fun and Free! Sumdog’s learning engine adapts its questions to each student’s ability. Now includes word problems!

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Math Playground

Give your brain a workout with this site for elementary and middle school aged children.

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mathmagiclogoMath Magician

Are you a Math Magician? Can you cruise through 100 math facts questions in under 5 minutes?

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Basic Skills math Games Basic Skills Practice Games

Order of operations drills brought to you by Jefferson County Schools in Tennessee

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MathsZone Maths Zone

Interactive multiplication drills and flash cards aimed at 7-11 year-olds

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Math Counts
Preparation drills from the Math Counts competition.

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Arithmattack
How many problems can you solve in 60 seconds?

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Puzzles.comPuzzle Playground

This treasury of classic and modern puzzles has interactive and printable activities.

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rekenwebKids Kount

This Netherlands-based site has enough puzzles and games to keep students thinking all year.

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tangramsInteractive TangramsABCYA TangramsTry either site for interactive tangram puzzles.

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Matchstick puzzles Matchstick Puzzles:
Great brain exercise and problem solving activities for you students who are always looking for challenges.

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NewLogoCut the Knot
Games and puzzles – better put on your thinking cap!

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mf-headMath Fiction
Integrate math into your Language Arts with this enormous list of mathematical fiction.

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kenken KenKen

It’s fun, it’s educational, it’s addictive. It’s the game that’s sweeping the country. It’s KENKEN! Invented by noted Japanese Math Teacher, Tetsuya Miyamoto, KENKEN allows you to test your puzzle acumen by improving your math skills!

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Maths Dictionary

From abacus to zero, it’s all here!

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kanji_headerThe Bead Unbaffled

Speaking of the abacus, here are directions on how to make and use a Chinese or Japanese abacus.

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maflogobottomMath Art Fun

Where math and art intersect!

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