Here Teachers,Parents and Students can find a collection of games and activities in order to help student to improve understanding in math skills such as the following:

- Model decimals and fractions
- Add and subtract decimals
- Multiply and divide decimals
- Compare Decimals and fractions
- Put mixed numbers, decimals and fractions in order.
- Complete addition or subtraction sentence.
- Estimate sums and differences of decimals

Click on a question mark box and write the right answer. If all your answers are correct you will win the car race

The numbers in the circles together make the sum of numbers in the rectangles on each side. Make click on a cell to choose use arrows to find the right number and press the button

Choose the right number and sign in order to balance the scale

Use the five numbers to create two five digits numbers according to the instructions. Drag the right numbers in the right positions afterwards make the operation (addition or subtraction). In the end press ok and theck the results.

Help the dog to find the hidden bone. You have the decimal distance and you must convert the decimal to fraction in simplest form and move the blue sphere in order to estimate the distance. If your answers are right the dog will find his bone

Find the right number launch a rocket and destroy the meteor.

Drag the right numbers to their correct Positions

Play against computer

Change Numerator and Denominator and press ok in order to find the accurate fraction of 1m for the length of object. Try many times until you find the right result. Afterwards move the sliders and give the result in m,cm,mm

Arrange all operations with the same result above the right number. Click on two tiles and the tiles swap places.

Find the equivalent Fraction of a Decimal for 5 decimals and 5 fractions and put these numbers in order. Add two decimals to find a given sum for 5 pairs and put these numbers in order. Add a Decimal and a Fraction to find a given sum for 5 pairs and put these numbers in order

Let's play a game about what number is shown in a place value model

Add three numbers (ones,tenths,hundredths) to compose the given number (fraction or decimal)

A game which reinforces skills in finding angles and ordering Fractions,Decimals and Percentages. At the start of the game you must find the angle in order to reach the target number (bigger,smaller) aftewards you extends the ramp by pressing space bar until ramp touch the support. If you choose the right ball the ball fall in the sea.

Decimals, Fractions and Percentages are just different ways of showing the same value.

let's play a game in order to compare fractions, decimals and percentages

This is a game about Fractions, Decimals and Percentages. We have a Numbered line (-4,4) and in this range the game chooses by using random choice some numbers in form of decimals, fractions and percentages. We must put the numbers in the right place on the Number Line.

Comparing and Ordering Decimals, Fractions and Percentages

let's play a game and if we can compare and order Decimals,Fractions and Percentages well, we can win the game.

The focus of adding and subtracting decimals should be on students’ understanding of number sense and operations, rather than a specific computational process.Let's play a game about adding decimals using Place Value Blocks.

Move the slider to shape the fractions and decimal in order that the sum be equal to the distance. Afterwards press the solve button to check the solution and if the answer is right Tom can walk the distance

The focus of adding and subtracting decimals should be on students’ understanding of number sense and operations, rather than a specific computational process.Let's play a game about subtracting decimals using Place Value Blocks.

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