
A+Math
This site is good for drill and practice in basic number
operations. You can also use the website to make your own
flashcards. There are some interesting games. Try the Hidden
Picture for multiplication practice.



Change
Maker
This interactive website gives you practice in making change.
Each time you make the correct change, the money is added to
your account. You can choose among four levels of difficulty,
and you can decide to use currency of the United States, Canada,
the United Kingdom, Mexico, or Australia. This site is also
good for family math. 


Estimation:
how many pearls??
This website, part of a NOVA program "The Perfect Pearl",
offers you two different ways to estimate the number of pearls
in a treasure chest. This activity is animated. Try it! 


Finding
the Value of Pi
This is one of the problems from the collection of "Famous
Problems in the History of Mathematics." It contains a
short
history of the problem as well as the values of Pi calculated
at various times in history. 


Math
Baseball
This game gives you practice in solving whole number operations.
There are four levels of difficulty. The multiplication section
is good for drill and practice. You are given the correct answer
if, by chance, you answer incorrectly. 


No
Matter What Shape Your Fractions are In
Use polygons to explore geometric models of fractions.
There is a series of great activities here. It is helpful
to have a set of pattern blocks to work with, but if you don’t,
there
is a paper pattern here.
Even better, if you have JAVA on your computer, you can experiment
online with the pattern blocks.



Prime
Numbers
This is one of the problems from the collection of "Famous
Problems in the History of Mathematics". It also contains
information on how to find prime numbers. 


Soccer
Shootout
This game gives you practice in solving problems in whole
numbers and fractional equations. The answers are scored for
you and your soccer team if you answer correctly. If not, the
opposing team "blocks the kick". 


V/F
Visual Fractions
The activities help us "picture" or visualize fractions. You
can use lines and circles to identify, compare, and rename fractions.
There are activities for practice in adding, subtracting, multiplying,
and dividing fractions. The games are somewhat silly, but the
explanation and practice sections are good. You need a Java
plugin use this awardwinning site. 