Interactive Math Games for Kids

August 30th, 2010 by ClickSchooling Leave a reply »

Hi!  It’s Monday, August 30, 2010 and time for Math at ClickSchooling!

Recommended Website:
Johnnie’s Math Page

Age Range: 5-14 (Grades K-8, approximately)

Johnnie’s Math Page is a treasure trove of free, fun, interactive math games for elementary and middle school students. You’ll also find math lessons and free math worksheets too. They’ve essentially linked to some of the best math games on the Net and archived them for ease of use.

When you get to the site you’ll see the offerings organized by math strand as follows:

*Numbers – Get free activities to learn and practice counting, addition and subtraction, division, place value, decimals, integers, and operations and functions.

*Geometry – Enjoy games with pattern blocks and geoboards, learn about shapes and polyhedra, explore coordinates, transformations, angles, tangrams and more!

*Fractions – Get busy recognizing and comparing fractions, learn about decimals and percents.

*Multiplication – Practice the Times Tables and try some multiple digit problems.
Play Timez Attack!

*Fun – Try “Carsten’s Challenges” and explore “Wonderful Math.”

*Measurement – Includes interactives for learning about time, length, mass, volume, and money.

*Statistics – Use the many graphs and tools for sorting and interpreting data.

*Probability – Use virtual math manipulatives such as spinners, dice, coins and more!

Parents and teachers will also find some math lessons and free math worksheets as well as links to other math teaching resources. 

This is a terrific resource for supplementing any study of mathematics, or use it just to have some math fun!


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