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Number System Fluency Interactive Games

Posted: November 13, 2017 in Games

Divide Fractions With Circles – Each example will show visually how the divisor will fit into the dividend a whole number of times

Divide Fractions With Lines – Each example will show visually how the divisor will fit into the dividend a whole number of times

Divide Two Fractions – Shows three ways to divide fraction

Draggable Division – Large and small numbers that can be dragged anywhere on the screen, the option for students to correct incorrect answers, new paper types, and much more

Power Football – Complete the number sentence with this Fun Brain game

Power Football (Hard) – Divide decimals in this Fun Brain Game

Decimals of the Caribbean – Read the decimal message that appears at the top of the screen. Then, shoot the boat that matches the decimal message

An interactive Game for learning how to Adding and Subtracting Fractions – Interactive game; use the keyboard to type in the number of the fraction

Comparing Fractions and Decimals – Play a game to practice converting fractions, or decimals, to the other

Decimal Addition – Push the green blocks into the holes to make the target number

 

Factor Tree – Interactive game. Find the prime factorization of numbers by completing factor trees. Then use a venn diagram to sort the prime factors.

Factorization Forest – A game in which students can practice their prime factorization skills.

Prime Factoring – Help Professor Super save the planet by cooking the Giant Frozen Rubber Turkeys of Destruction

Interactive Factor Tree Game – Find all prime factors of a composite number with our Factor Tree. This interactive game requires Adobe Flash Player.

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Posted: February 13, 2017 in Advance, Games, Periods 1&2, Periods 3&4

Number System 6.5-6.8 Interactive Games

Posted: November 28, 2016 in Games

Algebra Puzzle

Catch the Fly

Greg’s Grid Graphs

Line Jumper

Line Jumper

Ordered Simple Plot

Reading a Grid

Simple Coordinates Game

Simple Maze Game

What’s the Point?

Comparing Numbers Game

Interactive Adventure with Deep Sea Carl

Fractotron

Stock the Shelves

Colored Chip Models

Comparing and Ordering Integers

Negative Numbers for Children

Understanding Integers

Draggable Division

 

 

 

Integer Ball

Posted: November 19, 2015 in Advance, Games, Periods 1&2, Periods 3&4

Materials:

  • Paper
  • Rulers
  • Ping Pong Balls
  • Cups
  • Paper Clips
  • Dice

How to Play:

  • Create a numberline using the ruler and paper
  • Roll Dice
  • Try to Bounce Ball into Cup
  • If you make it, move paperclip to the right the number of spots you rolled on the die
  • If you miss it, move the paperclip to the left the number of spots you rolled on the die
  • Record number on scorecard sheet as a positive or negative integer

Understand rational numbers and ordered pairs; place pairs of rational numbers on the coordinate plane (6.NS.C.6)

Interpret statements of inequality and write, interpret, and explain statements of order for rational numbers (6.NS.C.7)

 

Exponent Ball

Posted: December 8, 2014 in Advance, Games, Periods 1&2, Periods 3&4

Materials:

  • Field Board
  • Spinner (Base Number)
  • Dice (Exponent Number)
  • Two Different Color Tile Markers

Rules:

  • 0-1= -15 Yards
  • 2-7= -5 Yards
  • 8-81= + 5 Yards
  • 82-999= +10 Yards
  • 1000-4,999= + 20 Yards
  • 5,000-9,999= +30 Yards
  • 10,000-Infinity=+40 Yards

Extra Point

  • Roll a number 2 or greater

Two Point Conversion:

  • Roll a number 4 or greater