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:
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
Add or subtract the right numbers to the initial number and help the frog to find a path to the last number
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
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.
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
Add three numbers (ones,tenths,hundredths) to compose the given number (fraction or decimal)
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
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.
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.