#### Counting

Speedy Pictures 1 A small quantity of dots, beads, eggs, or fingers is displayed for a few seconds, and the player clicks on the matching number. The quantities are displayed in groupings that lead children away from counting one by one, toward recognizing small groups, counting on, and adding to find the total.

Counting Fish The player counts small numbers of animated fish. Talk to your child about different ways to count the fish, perhaps by finding groups of 2 or 3 fish. Players scoring 70% or better will move to the next level. Audio directions.

How Many Ants Do You See? The player counts the ants and clicks on the corresponding number. Ants are grouped and color-coded in ways that help children practice counting strategies. Audio directions.

Ten Frame Select from several games that challenge students to count objects, build numbers, or answer basic addition problems using a ten frame. A Five Frame is also available.

#### Number Sequencing

Numerical Order Players put numbers in order from 1-10. Advanced levels include numbers from 11-20, 21-30, 31-40, etc. Audio directions.

Super Connect the Dots! In these connect the dot pictures, you set the counting sequence. For example, you could set the sequence to "2" and have your child practice counting by 2s while forming a picture. Before you begin, practice the counting sequence aloud with your child. Consider using counting sequences of 1s, 2s, 5s, or 10s.

#### Basic Addition

Speedy Pictures 2 Similar to Speedy Pictures 1, players race to beat a timer as they add the number of dots shown on 2 dice, the number of fingers shown on two hands, or the number of beads shown in two rows.

Addition with Manipulatives Players see and hear an addition problem. They can drag marbles onto a work surface to help them figure out the problem. Play includes five levels of addition, starting with simple 1 digit problems. Players must score 70% or greater to advance levels. Audio directions.

Bonds of Ten Set a whale free by adding pipe sections with numbers to make ten. Before your child begins, talk about the number combinations that make ten. You might even look at different ways to make ten using game pieces, marbles, or pennies. Children may need some help to get started. No audio instructions.

MathTappers: Find Sums An iApp compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, this simple, free game uses ten frames and is designed to help learners make sense of addition. It's an excellent game to explore with your child while you're on the go.

#### Basic Subtraction

Balloon Pop Subtraction View a subtraction problem and pop balloons to figure out the solution. 3 levels of difficulty available as well as audio directions.

#### Repeating Patterns

Moon Rock Patterns The player looks at a repeating pattern of colored dots and then chooses the dot that comes next. Ask your child to explain how he or she can tell what comes next and to show you where the pattern starts and where it ends. Levels become increasingly difficult.