## Math Sites

**1. Decimal and Whole Number Jeopardy**

Play by yourself or with another person to score the winning points while doing conversion problems

**2. Decimals and Fractions Concentration **

Match the decimals to their corresponding fractions

Match the fractions

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First move blocks to show how the Pythagorean Theorem works. Then, play games such as the Pythagorean Theorem and Baseball, Breaking and Entering, and Scaling the Pyramids.

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**5. Math Enrichment for Upper Grades: **

Algebra I and Algebra II

**7. Quia Math Games: **

Includes Decimal &Whole Number Jeopardy, Algebra Concentration, Equivalent Fractions and many more

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**8. National Library of Virtual Manipulative: **

This site is by grade level – for Math

This is a site with links to many pre-algebra games, including games on solving simple equations, word problems, and inequalities.

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**10.**** Fishy Equations **

Work out the weight of fish in equations – timed exercises.

Reading numbers on graphs and sequencing.

The interactive site was dedicated to helping educators and parents motivate their students to solve open-ended word problems, communicate mathematically, and share cultural and geographical information. The Challenge Cycle started every 12 weeks and the students followed a specific problem-solving format. Even if you don’t want to joint the Challenge Cycle, your students can work the problems.

**13.**** Math Quiz Set **

Play License Plate Math, Algebra and Advanced Algebra daily online quizzes.

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From basic math through calculus, this pages has links to many interactive math games.

**15. Who Wants to Be a Mathonaire?**

Based on the TV Show, the questions go from metric conversions and time order (including military time) to solving equations. Cute game!

**16. Math Fighter**

Don your helmet, flight suit and parachute and then soar through the skies shooting down equations. Easy mathematical calculations, but fun.** **

Ancient math hosts Hypatia and Pythagoras offer you a selection of games from numbers to shapes to data handling to algebra. The higher levels are great for high school students.

**18. National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive Mathmatics**

Categories include: Numbers and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, Data Analysis and Probability. This site has 9-12 interactions. Each category includes various links to interactive games and puzzles.

**19. Order of Operations Workout**

Student is given ten problems to solve using the order of operations.

**20. Cut the Knot**

This website provides interactive games in basic arithmetic, algebra, and geometry.

**21. Experience Science and Math with Gizmos**

There are all sorts of gizmos (interactions) for high school math. The drawback: limited access of one gizmo per day.