## Curriculum-Related Math Websites

ce Value and Addition Using Base Ten Piecesngas they read by using post it notes. Look for information about this in the neThe Curriculum-Related Websites contain websitesthat practice the skills that were are currently studying in math. (The General Math Websites contain fun gamesto practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, money, telling time,fractions, geometry, measuring, place value, and problem-solving skills.)

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NUMBER SENSE REVIEW

Place Value (ones, tens,hundreds, thousands)

 Match the number with the correct base-ten pieces. Read each number. Click on the digit in the number whose position is shown. More Place Value MatchingMatch the number with the correct base-ten pieces. Help Chubs dive into the pool by choosing which digit is in a certain place value. Numbers to 1,000Show numbers to 1000 in different ways This activity includes numbers with 6-12 digits, so if you like a challenge, this game is for you! Choose the type of number to make (ones, tens, or hundreds). Use base ten blocks to make the given number. Choose a difficulty level (1, 2, or 3). Answer the questions to help Professor Duck Von Fly to take golf swings. Read the clues. Drag the digit into the correct place and make the mystery number. Drag the digits into their correct position in the number chart. Then type the number in the boxes. Use base ten pieces to make numbers. Decide which set of base ten pieces correctly represents the given number. In a given number, determine the place value of that digit. Choose the number whose underlined digit is worth the given value. In a given number, choose which digit is in a particular place value.

Ordering and Comparing Numbers

 Look at the table of numbers. Click on the numbers in order from highest to lowest (or lowest to highest). Read the numbers. Find which is smaller or larger. Read each number. Find which numbers come before and after the main number. Put the numbers in order and then answer questions. Decide if the first number is greater than, less than, or equal to the second number. Look at groups of numbers (in data tables, lists, etc.). Decide which is the greatest/least? Guess The NumberEnter a number range. Then start choosing numbers in that range. The range will change depending on your guesses. Try to guess the number in the least amount of guesses. The Magician will give you a math word problem to solve. If your answer is too high or too low, he will let you know. Solve them in the fewest possible tries. Choose addition or subtraction and easy or hard.

Numbers (Words, Expanded Form,etc.)

 Read the number word. Click on the digits that the words represent. Numbers 1 to 10,000 QuizRead the number word. Click on the digits that the words represent More or Less (1 to 10,000)Read the numbers. Find which is smaller or larger. Click on the number in words (on the right) and then click on the numeral on the left that matches the number in words. Look at the numbers in words. Write the number with digits. Also, look at the digits and write the number in words. Place value to the 100 billions! There are two ways to write this game. For each, choose numbers 0-10, 0-100, 0-100, or 0-10,000. Game 1: You will be given a number on a check. Spell the words that make the number.Game 2: You are given a number in words. Enter the digits that match that number. Place Value PlayoffMatch the number written in standard form with its corresponding number written in expanded form. Click on a button with the words on the right. Then click on a button with the digits to match, on the left.

Number Lines

 Place the given number on the number line. FIRST, CHANGE “PLACES” FROM HUNDREDS TO TENS! Use the number line to solve addition problems. Move the ball around the number line to smash the flies.

Hundred Charts

 Practice counting and visualizing number patterns using a hundreds chart. Using a blank hundred chart, find the numbers to reveal the missing dog bones. 100 Chart GameAnswer the questions using the hundred chart.

Subtraction Review    Numberand Operations in Base Ten

Rounding and Estimating    Numberand Operations in Base Ten

 MemoryRound to the nearest 10. Estimate the sum of the numbers. Look at the given number. Read to determine if you should round to the nearest ten, hundred, thousand, etc. Type the rounded number in the box. (You can change the max value to thousand, ten-thousand, etc.) Round AboutFirst, learn more about rounding. Then practice rounding. Rounding NumbersChoose if you would like to round to the nearest ten, hundred, or thousand. You can also decide if you want to round large or small numbers. Number NutRound to the nearest ten.Round to the nearest ten MEMORY.Round to the nearest hundred MEMORY. First, learn about rounding money. Then round dollar amounts. Round each number to the nearest thousand then add or subtract. Math Zone  Round to the nearest ten or hundred. Estimate By Rounding Remember to click start. Click on the yellow button with the answer to the problem.

Multiplication    Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Division    Operationsand Algebraic Thinking

 The goal of the game is to get the counters up the legs of the octopus by finding factors of the numbers. Click on INSTRUCTIONS for more information.

Parts and Wholes (Fractions)    Numberand Operations - Fractions

Telling Time    Measurement

Graphing    Measurement

Area and Perimeter    Measurement

 Choose area, perimeter, or both. Find the area and/or perimeter of the shape. Earn pieces to the archaeologist puzzle. Find the perimeter of the shape. Type it in the box. Click “Check Answer” when you are finished. Click “Draw Shape” to get a new shape. Find the area of the shape. Type it in the box. Click “Check Answer” when you are finished. Click “Draw Shape” to get a new shape.

Geometry 2D Shapes    Measurement

 Match the 2D shape with the shape’s name. Use pattern blocks to make a pattern or use the blocks to fill in a given shape. Drag the dots to move the quadrilaterals. You can move parallelograms (square, rectangle, rhombus), trapezoids, and kites.Learn About Quadrilaterals Practice sorting blocks by color, shape, and size. The blocks inside the oval are the same color, shape, or size. Drag blocks that belong with them to the middle and then pressCheckto see if you are correct. Use the rubber bands to make any shape or make the shapes described on the right.

Money

 There are three games:How much money? Count the money shown.   Pay the exact amount. Click on the coins to make the amount of money shown.Make a dollar. Click on the coins to make \$1. Matching MoneyMatch the coins to the correct number of cents. Click coins that equal the answer. Change It!Count the value of the coins you are given. Choose easy or hard. As the coins fall click coins to equal the given value.. SCROLL DOWN. Choose Level 1, 2, or 3. Also click Beginner or Expert. Click coins to equal the given value. Much more difficult! You are given a target amount and the number of coins you already have. You must determine how many more coins of a certain type are needed to reach the target. Make change with the fewest coins possible. Click on the coins to make change. When you have made the correct change, click “Give Change”. To make it more difficult, before you start, click “no” for “Show Change Amount.” You will have to calculate how much change the customer should receive. Figure out how many of each bill or coin you should get back when you pay for something. First, choose a level (Easy, Medium, Hard, Super Brain) and the U.S. dollar. You are given a target amount and the number of coins you already have. You must determine how many more coins of a certain type are needed to reach the target. Coin SlideRead the money amount. Drag the coins to the top of the slide to put them in the cup.Slide coins to equal the money amount. Solve money word problems.

Tangrams

 Follow the directions on the site. Move the mouse over one of the bottoms. That will show what each button will do. BREAK APART will scatter the pieces so you can move them easier. LINES ON puts an outline of the pattern on the screen and LINES OFF removes it. Left click lets you select a piece to move. Right click turns the shape in different directions. Choose a puzzle from the left. It will appear in the Current Puzzle box. Move the pieces on the top to the rectangle on the right to make the current puzzle. Choose a game. Then choose a puzzle. Follow the directions to make the shapes.