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Unit 2 (200 Chart)
Math Notebook Games
Unit 6 (Place Value)
Practice adding ten to the target number and finding that sum on the hundreds chart.
Blast the odd number ghosts.
Play FunBrain and identify the correct place value of different digits.
Practice adding nine to the target number and finding that sum on the hundreds chart.
Click on the even or odd number ducks.
Balance the scale by choosing the weights that match the number given.
Practice adding eleven to the target number and finding that sum on the hundreds chart.
Count the number of coins and build a robot.
Match the base-ten pieces to the number it represents.
Use your 200 chart to help you solve addition and subtraction story problems.
Play Memory by matching the coin with its name.
Use your 200 chart to help you play Addition Baseball. Click on addition and choose the medium level.
Count the change and compare amounts.
Solve single- to multiple-digit addition problems and pop the balloons before they disappear.
Identify the correct fraction represented by the shaded part and your friend can jump across the river.
Unit 9 (Multiple-Digit Addition)
Rounding to the Nearest Ten
Play Memory by matching the fraction with the picture of it.
Practice adding with base-ten pieces by highlighting ten pieces that make the next base-ten piece.
Click on rounding to the nearest 10 and match the numbers on the envelopes to their nearest 10 on the mailboxes.
Bowl a strike by coloring parts of the shape and typing the fraction you made.
Practice your addition (4 different levels) by playing Math Baseball, Tic-Tac-Toe, or Power Football.
Play Memory by matching a number to its nearest 10.
Change the total number of parts (bottom number) in the shape and then color the required amount of parts (top number).
Practice two-digit and one-digit addition with and without regrouping.
Round numbers in the thousands to the nearest 10.
For a challenge, choose the fraction closest to a whole in order for your dolphin to win the race.
For a challenge, earn a million bucks playing this addition game.
For a challenge, race against the clock to determine what addends equal the given sum.
Use the base-ten pieces to subtract. Drag a skinny over when you need to borrow 10 more and drag the red pieces over the blue ones to subtract.
Complete this 10 question quiz.
Play subtraction Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
Last Modified: Saturday, April 30, 2011
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