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## Long Division

Snork's Long Division Game

Mr. Martini's Classroom: Long Division

Short Division

- Interactive and guided long division practice that only accepts correct answers and truly guides the student step-by-step through long division problems. In the beginning, choose the highest number you want to work with (the divisor) to be a two-digit number, in order to practice with two-digit divisors.

Mr. Martini's Classroom: Long Division

- An interactive long division tool.

Short Division

- A page that explains short division in detail. Short division is the same algorithm as long division, but some steps are only done in one's head, not written down.

## All Four Operations

Math Mahjong

Pop the Balloons

MathCar Racing

Calculator Chaos

ArithmeTiles

SpeedMath Deluxe

- A Mahjong game where you need to match tiles with the same value. It uses all four operations and has three levels.

Pop the Balloons

- Pop the balloons in the order of their value. You need to use all four operations.

MathCar Racing

- Keep ahead of the computer car by thinking logically, and practice the four operations at the same time.

Calculator Chaos

- Most of the keys have fallen off the calculator but you have to make certain numbers using the keys that are left.

ArithmeTiles

- Use the four operations and numbers on neighboring tiles to make target numbers.

SpeedMath Deluxe

- Create an equation from the four given digits using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Make certain that you remember the order of operations. Includes negative numbers sometimes.

## Place Value

Numbers

Megapenny Project

Powers of Ten

Keep My Place

Estimation at AAA Math

Place Value Game

Free Exponent Worksheets

Baseball Exponents

Exponents Quiz from ThatQuiz.org

Exponents Jeopardy

Pyramid Math

Exponents Battleship

Exponent Battle

Pirates Board Game

- Practice place value, comparing numbers, and ordering numbers with this interactive online practice.

Megapenny Project

- Visualizes big numbers with pictures of pennies.

Powers of Ten

- A 9-minute movie that illustrates the dramatic changes of scale when zooming in or out by powers of ten (40 powers of ten), starting from a picnic blanket and ending in the universe, and then starting from a hand to the proton inside an atom.

Keep My Place

- Fill in the big numbers to this cross-number puzzle.

Estimation at AAA Math

- Exercises about rounding whole numbers and decimals, front-end estimation, estimating sums and differences. Each page has an explanation, interactive practice, and games.

Place Value Game

- Create the largest possible number from the digits the computer gives you. Unfortunately, the computer will give you each digit one at a time and you won't know what the next number will be.

Free Exponent Worksheets

- Create a variety of customizable, printable worksheets to practice exponents.

Baseball Exponents

- Choose the right answer from three possibilities before the pitched ball comes.

Exponents Quiz from ThatQuiz.org

- Ten questions, fairly easy, and not timed. You can change the parameters as you like to include negative bases, square roots, and even logarithms.

Exponents Jeopardy

- The question categories include evaluating exponents, equations with exponents, and exponents with fractional bases.

Pyramid Math

- Simple practice of either exponents, roots, LCM, or GCF. Drag the triangle with the right answer to the vase.

Exponents Battleship

- A regular battleship game against the computer. Each time you "hit", you need to answer a math problem involving exponents (and multiplication).

Exponent Battle

- A card game to practice exponents. I would limit the cards to small numbers, instead of using the whole deck.

Pirates Board Game

- Steer your boat in pirate waters in this online board game and evaluate powers.

## Expressions and Equations

Calculator Chaos

ArithmeTiles

Choose a Math Operation

Order of Operations Quiz

The Order of Operations Millionaire

Exploring Order of Operations (Object Interactive)

Order of Operations Practice

Fill and Pour

Balance Beam Activity

Algebraic Expressions Millionaire

Escape Planet

Expressions: Expressions and Variables Quiz

Equation Match

Algebraic Reasoning

Algebra Puzzle

Battleship

Algebra Meltdown

Words into Equations Battleship Game

Balance when Adding and Subtracting Game

Algebra Balance Scales

- Most of the keys have fallen off the calculator, but you have to make certain numbers using the keys that are left.

ArithmeTiles

- Use the four operations and numbers on neighboring tiles to make target numbers.

Choose a Math Operation

- Choose the mathematical operation(s) so that the number sentence is true. Practice the role of zero and one in basic operations or operations with negative numbers. Helps develop number sense and logical thinking.

Order of Operations Quiz

- A 10-question online quiz that includes two different operations and possibly parentheses in each question. You can also modify the quiz parameters yourself.

The Order of Operations Millionaire

- Answer multiple-choice questions that have to do with the order of operations, and win a million. Can be played alone or in two teams.

Exploring Order of Operations (Object Interactive)

- The program shows an expression, and you click on the correct operation (either +, -, x, ÷ or exponent) to be done first. The program then solves that operation, and you click on the
*next*operation to be performed, etc. until it is solved. Lastly, the resource includes a game where you click on the falling blocks in the sequence that the order of operations would dictate.

Order of Operations Practice

- A simple online quiz of 10 questions. Uses parentheses and the four operations.

Fill and Pour

- Fill and pour liquid with two containers until you get the target amount. A logical thinking puzzle.

Balance Beam Activity

- A virtual balance that poses puzzles where the student must think algebraically to find the weights of various figures. Includes three levels.

Algebraic Expressions Millionaire

- For each question you have to identify the correct mathematical expression that models a given word expression.

Escape Planet

- Choose the equation that matches the words.

Expressions: Expressions and Variables Quiz

- Choose an equation to match the word problem or situation.

Equation Match

- Match simple equations that have the same solution.

Algebraic Reasoning

- Find the value of an object based on two scales.

Algebra Puzzle

- Find the vale of each of the three objects presented in the puzzle. The numbers given represent the sum of the objects in each row or column.

Battleship

- An interesting game where the student must choose the right solution to a 1-step equation every time she hits an enemy ship. Although some of the equations involve negative solutions, the game is multiple-choice, so it's possible to guess the solution, even if the student isn't familiar with negative numbers.

Algebra Meltdown

- Solve simple equations using function machines to guide atoms through the reactor. But don't keep the scientists waiting too long or they blow their tops. Again, includes negative numbers.

Words into Equations Battleship Game

- Practice expressions such as quotient, difference, product, and sum.

Balance when Adding and Subtracting Game

- The interactive balance illustrates simple equations. Your task is to add or subtract x's, and add or subtract 1's until you have x alone on one side.

Algebra Balance Scales

- Similar to the one above, but you need to first put the x's and 1's in the balance to match the given equation. - only positive numbers