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:

- Fractions of a number.
- Mixed numbers
- Add and subtract frsctions with like denominators
- Add and subtract mixed numbers with like denominators
- Add three or more fractions.
- Multiply fractions by whole numbers
- Estimate sums and differences of mixed numbers
- Convert between improper Fractions and mixed numbers
- Lowest common denominator

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

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

Click on a question mark box anw write the right letter. If all your answers are correct you will win.

Drag the right letters to the right places and solve the Inequalities.

Click and drag the right object to the right place and solve the equation.

Click and drag the right shape to the right place and solve the equation.

Click on an empty box and write the correct answer. If all your answers are right you will win the race.

Drag the right numbers in the right places on Tree. Fill the empty boxes with numbers. In the lower boxes the smaller numbers and in the upper boxes the bigger numbers.

Touch the empty boxes, shape the right fractions and you win the race.

Drag the right Fractions into the right boxes

Drag the numbers into the right boxes according to the instructions. If all your answers are right you will win.

Drag the numbers to the right boxes according to the instructions. If all your answers are right you will win.

Drag the Fractions to the right boxes. Start from the upper boxes

You must put in the right places 6 fractions. Afterwards you must writte the numerators. If all your answers are right you will win

You must put in the right places 3 fractions and 3 decimals in order to solve 3 equations.

Make click on a white box use arrows in order to find the right number press button to answer.

Put the right numbers in the right places.

Make click on a cell to choose. Use Arrows to select the right number and press button to answer. If youw answers are right you win.

Click on the right number in order to create equivalent fractions and go away from the bad ghost. If you touch the exit you win.

Solve the equations and win the competition

Drag right Fractions and Decimals and solve the inequality.

Drag right Fractions and Decimals and solve the inequality. If you have 5 right answers few errors and time<240 sec, You win

Solve Equations about Division of Fractions . Put the Fractions in simplest Form

Mixed Number to Improper fraction calculator, Improper Fraction to Mixed Number calculator and Timer Exercises

Write two numbers of a number sequence as a percentage and a fraction of two random numbers

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

In this game we will create our fractions with use of green and red apples

A fraction is a part of a whole

We call the top number the Numerator, it is the number of parts we have. We call the bottom number the Denominator, it is the number of parts the whole is divided into. Numerator/Denominator

Fun math practice!Adding fractions is a fun game for kids to practice by adding fractions with like denominators.In this game visualise the fractions of green and red apples and practice in addition. Let's play, let's fun!

Add and Subtract Fractions with unlike denominators by using Number Lines

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

This is a game about fractions. We have some trees and try to water these, for one of these trees we are responsible and for the other trees play the computer with automated way. We see in the upper part of display six fractions that are changing every 20 sec. The bigger fraction the bigger quantity of water in our tree. Below the fractions we see six buttons and with these we can choose the fraction in any case. Every time when we choose a fraction increase the size of trees according with the specific fraction.

At the start of game we will see two fractions and three buttons with symbols in lower part of display the symbols of inequalities and equality. The student must choose to press the correct button and demonstrate who is the bigger fraction and who, is the lesser. We have five questions on this type by using random choice from many possible questions. The time for every question is 20 sec. Every right answer takes one point. After in the second part of this game we have another five questions, in this part of game we compare mixed numbers, fractions and decimals by using random choice from many possible questions. In the end the student learns his grade according to his performance.

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.

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