Games






57 Learning Games in Math, Language Arts, Science and Social Studies built especially for seven and eight yearold learners. Instructional videos are included for each game. Many come with lesson plans as well.



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Math



Interactive stage for completing one, two, three, or four digit addition, subtraction, multiplication or division math problems. Completely customizable.







Interactive math activities for each standard and substandard in the 5th grade Common Core Standards.






Divide Pal makes long division easy. Simply choose the division parametes and watch how the system breaks each long division problem into manageable pieces, so that students receive meaningful feedback each step of the way in each problem. The system guides students through long division problems and prompts them to make estimations, multiplication connections, and subtraction connections. Perfect for students overwhelmed by long division.






This program will help you to envision the concept of division. Choose a number and make as many division problems as possible from that number. Use the handy draw tool to make groups from stars. For example, if you were to choose 16, you would see 16 stars on the stage. Simply draw circles around four groups of four stars to make the problem 16 (divided by symbol) 4 = 4. See how long it takes you to divide 16 by as many numbers as possible that divide evenly.






Age of the Angles is an awesome application designed to reinforce protractor, angle measurement, and angle measure estimation skills. Practice using a protractor to measure angles in the “practice” mode and estimate angle measures in the “play mode.” In the play mode, see how many angle measures you can successfully estimate before exhausting your 100 angle measure limit.








Measurement Workshop is a great program for learners of all grade levels. In the “build” mode, users build cities out of metric or imperial (standard) rulers which can be resized, colored, and dragged around the stage to form a ruler city. In this mode, users can compare the relationship between inches and centimeters. In the “play mode” the city is randomly formed by the program and users must determine each building’s length in inches or centimeters. Users can choose from four measurement skill levels






Age of the Angles is an awesome application designed to reinforce protractor, angle measurement, and angle measure estimation skills. Practice using a protractor to measure angles in the “practice” mode and estimate angle measures in the “play mode.” In the play mode, see how many angle measures you can successfully estimate before exhausting your 100 angle measure limit.









This fun graphing program allows users to enter data and generate three different interactive, printable graphs on one screen. Then, it generates multiplechoice questions in which students have to read their graphs to answer. The program gives immediate feedback.







Take a poll of your classmates and then enter “labels” or options and then the associated number of people who chose each option “label.” Answer multiple choice questions when completed. You can also print out your people graph. Change X and Y Axis and Title by typing over the text already there.







Access MrNussbaum.com games, common core interactive drills, videos, and printables for any math category. Activities are arranged by grade level.







Fraction Workshop is an amazing drag and drop application that allows students to complete any kind of fraction operation in an online stage with tools to help them. Fraction workshop allows users to practice ordering, reducing, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions and mixed numbers.







Drag n Drop Decimals is an amazing drag and drop application that allows students to complete any kind of decimals operation in an online stage with tools to help them. Decimals workshop allows users to practice ordering, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimals.







It’s not Facebook – it’s, Best Math Friends. Friend as many celebrities and historical figures as you can by answering their word problems. Simply click “correct” if the word problem and answer given by the celebrity or historical figure is correct, and “incorrect” if it is not correct. When you are finished, print out a certificate featuring all of your friends!







This exciting game is one of the best ways for young learners to practice identifying and counting coins and currency, give change, and make mental math calculations. Users have three minutes to make as many sales as possible and earn a collectible U.S. Currency certificate based on achievement.





You have three minutes to fulfill eight customer sub orders. Some might order their subs in metric units of length, while others order their subs in standard units of length. Luckily, you have precision rulers that can make both kinds of orders. The question is…can you use those rulers when a customer orders a sub 5 and 10/16 inches long, or 12 and 2/5 centimeters long? If you can satisfy all customers, you can print out your “Super Sub Maker” certificate.







In Tony Fraction’s Pizza Shop, learners play the role of a pizza shop owner who must fulfill as many of his customer orders as possible in five minutes. Tony’s customers, however, order their toppings in unusual fractions and learners must apply knowledge of equivalent fractions to be successful.







Reverse the spells placed upon the royal family of Computation Castle by the evil witch. All five family members have been turned into various animals. Their only hope is you. Use your math skills (place value, metric conversions, mixed numbers, exponents, and improper fractions) to mix and create the correct potions to turn them back to their human forms.




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Factorization Forest is a game in which students can practice their prime factorization skills. Students can choose to build a forest without a timer using their prime factorization skills, or, can play a game in which they try to populate a river valley with as many trees as possible in three minutes using their prime factorization skills.




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This innovative game requires students to save seven members of a Royal Family from prison by using their order of operation skills to build stairways leading to their secret cells.

