The following selection of games and activities will help your child to practice some of these skills at home:

#### Addition and Subtraction

** Amoeba Addition Game ** Practice adding 3 digits by splitting numbers. Look for title "Addition by Splitting" game. Also see the Amoeba Subtraction Game.

#### Multiplication

** Times Square ** This game provides practice with multiplication facts as players race to be the first to get 4 products in a row on the game board. Use "guest pass" to enter game list & play against the computer.

** Factor Dazzle ** Players score points for finding all the factors of target numbers set by their opponents. Use "guest pass" to enter game list and play against the computer.

** Ghost Blasters ** Blast every ghost that displays a multiple of the number you choose. Game may be set for multiples of any number from 2-20.

** MathTappers: Multiples ** App compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad for math practice on the go. This is a simple, free game designed to help learners make sense of multiplication & division using visual models.

** Amoeba Multiplication Game ** Look for "Written Multiplication Game." This activity breaks multi-digit multiplication problems into partial products to solve. Excellent practice with larger multiplication. Beginner level includes 1 digit x 2 digit; Advanced level uses 3 digit x 2 digit.

#### Division

** Sum Sense Division ** Drag and drop numbers cards to make a division sentence. Also see ** Sum Sense Multiplication ** Ordering cards correctly provides an entirely different way to review basic multiplication and division.

** Drag Race Division ** Race to answer basic division problems. Students can race one another or play against the computer.

** Remainders Count ** Click and drag number cubes to form an equation that will result in the largest remainder. Type in the quotient and remainder.

#### All Basic Facts

** Math Magician ** Specify facts to practice. Select from addition, subtraction, multiplication & division. Timed.

** Xtra Math ** This free, web-based, math fact fluency program includes addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

#### Fractions

** Dig It ** Players take turns digging in a field loaded with precious stones. The object is to collect as much dirt and as many stones as possible. Players tell the shovel where to dig by using a set of numbers to make a fraction--including improper fractions--and then locating that fraction on a number line that runs across the field. The more accurately they locate the fraction, the better their score. Students may need some help to get started. Use "guest pass" to enter game list & play against the computer.

** Fraction Feud ** Players use number "cards" to create fractions that are larger (or smaller) than their opponents' in a series of mock jousts. See the "fraction bar chart" to figure out how big a fraction is in relation to an opponent's. Use "guest pass" to enter game list & play against the computer.

** Drop Zone ** Players add fractions that will total 1 as they race to win 5 points in this action-packed game. Develops fraction sense, estimation, and skill at adding fractions with like and unlike denominators. Use "guest pass" to enter game list & play against the computer.

** Melvin's Make a Match ** Match a visual model to a fraction number by pairing bottles with equivalent fractions in this Cyberchase game.

** MathTappers: Estimate Fractions ** In this free app for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, students relate fractions (symbols & pictures) to the nearest half. Then they use fraction estimates in addition & subtraction problems. Excellent game to use while on the go.

** Fraction Tracks ** In this 2-player game, students must add, compare, and find equivalent fractions in order to race from 0-1, moving across a series of fraction tracks.

#### Decimals

** Higher and Lower ** Select one of the decimal options: to tenths, hundredths, or thousandths. Then click on cards to reveal values. Next, click "order" to receive sorting framework and drag cards into correct order. Push "check" answer.

#### Geometry

** neXtu ** Players place shapes on a tessellating game board, collecting points and capturing opponent's pieces. Math concepts include: Greater Than, Less Than, Tessellations, and Symmetry.

** Symmetry ** Players create symmetrical figures and find lines of symmetry in this futuristic mission.

** Alien Angles ** Slide a bar to position a ray to estimate different angles in order to rescue lost space aliens.

** Airlines Builder ** In this Cyberchase game, players must construct 3 different ships with the same perimeter by clicking and dragging edge pieces. After the ship is built, the "seats" are filled to show area.

#### More Games

The links below contain some of the best games for elementary math students to play at home. Look through the sites to find other games for your child.

** ABCya! ** The math games on this site, modeled from primary grade lessons, were approved of or created by teachers.

** BBC Bitesize ** This site contains a variety of high-quality games, including the “Dick and Dom” series, resembling mini movies in the style of Monty Python. Skip money game on this British site. Also see ** BBC Bitesize ** Level 1.

** Calculation Nation ** The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Illuminations site hosts over 10 games that includes notes for parents. Students can either register and challenge other players on-line or use the "guest pass" button to enter the game list and play against the computer. Designed for upper elementary & middle grades.

** Cyberchase ** The popular PBS show hosts a site with about 50 games and activities, along with movie clips that explore math concepts.

** Johnnie's Math Page ** Use this online index to find hundreds of interactive math games on the web, organized by concept.

** National Library of Virtual Manipulatives ** Organized by grade band and math concept, this Utah State University site contains a wide selection of virtual manipulatives.