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5 Great Sites for Math Practice

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Are you looking for ways for your students to practice their math skills online?  Check out the five sites below for relevant math game fun.  The best part?  They are free to use!

5 Great Sites for Math Practice

1.  Math Playground

http://mathplayground.com

Logic puzzles, worksheets, online games, and fact practice options makes Math Playground a great choice for teachers and parents who want to help students practice their basic skills.

2.  Math Game Time

http://mathgametime.com

Teachers from grades preK-7th can find worksheets, games, and more for their students.  It is arranged not only by grade, but also by subject.

3.  Manga High

http://mangahigh.com

If your students respond to better to games that look more like traditional video games, Manga High might be the answer.  Teachers can create an account and allow students’ access to a wide range of math games.

4.  Hooda Math

http://hoodamath.com

Unusual games that will interest everyone from the young preK crowd to older middle school students, Hooda Math is a solid site for math skills practice.

5.  Multiplication.com

http://multiplication.com

If basic skills practice for your students is what you are after, Multiplication.com is a great math game resource.  It has a wide variety of games and provides solid fact reinforcement.

 

 

What are some of your favorite math websites?  Share them with us below!


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6 comments
Rhonda P.
Rhonda P.

My students LOVE Sumdog. Last year, they came in 2nd place in the National Competition as 3rd graders competing against many junior high and senior high schools! Their fluency with basic concepts increased tremendously by playing the games on Sumdog. Another site I have used is xtramath.org. This is a free site designed to help build basic fact fluency. Tutpup is another one that the students like because of the competition between other students from around the world.

Patty Held
Patty Held

Thanks for the tips! It will save me a lot of time without having to search them out myself. I especially love to hear about iPad and Smartboard ideas, too!

Christie
Christie

Sumdog is another great math site! :)

Gloria Wilson
Gloria Wilson

Thanks for the great resources. I like to use special links for students who need help in a particular area, and sometimes just for fun. Students really do love playing on the computer, and when they're learning at the same time, everyone wins. Thanks.

Adrienne
Adrienne

Number Squeeze on the iPad is very entertaining. My students love trying to guess the secret number and talking about numbers that are higher or lower...