Elapsed Time: This game will allow students to practice elapsed time.
Area Game: This game will allow students to practice determing the area of an object using unit measures on a grided board.
Perimeter Game: This game will allow students to determine the figure that matches the given perimeter.
Mixed Review for all Relative Size Activities: This provides students with a variety of chances to match different objects with their relative size in different measurement sytems.
Converting US Custom Capacity: This game will allow students to practice converting capacity in the US Custom measurement system.
Relative Weight for Metric System: This game will provide more practice for students to estimate the relative weight of certain objects in a particular system of measure.
Converting Metric Capacity: This game is more in depth than what we cover but it is great practice for them to continue with converting.
Relative Size for Metric: This game allows students to practice estimating the relative size of objects within the metric system.
Converting US Custom Length: This game will allow students to convert US Custom measurements for length.
Converting Metric Length: This game will allow your students to practice matching conversions for metric length.
Converting Length: This game is a challenging version of matching the question with the correct conversion on the ruler. The ruler is relatively long so the student will have to scroll to find the answer that fits the question.
Adding and Subtracting Decimals: This game will allow students to practice basic addition and subtraction of decimals.
This game challenges students to make 1 whole by adding decimals.
Comparing and Ordering Decimals: This website allows students to practice comparing decimals, play only on the first or second level.
This game will allow students to practice ordering decimals.
Decimals to Fraction: This activity will help your students to change decimals into fractions, play only on the first or second level.
This activity is set up in quiz format to challenge students to go back and forth between a decimal and a fraction.
Decimals on a Number Line:This game will allow students to practice a strategy that will allow them to use to perform other tasks.
Decimal Place Value: This game will allow students to practice decimal place value, a game that will allow them to practice a strategy they can use to perform other tasks.
This game allows students to practice reading a number in word form and then choosing the correct number in standard form.
Adding/Subtracting Mixed Numbers: This game will allow your student to add and subtract improper fractions, this is good practice of a strategy they can use to add and subtract mixed numbers.
Comparing Fractions (1/9/16): These games will help your student practice their ability to compare fractins with unlike denominators.
Equivalent Fractions (12/8/16): These games will allow your students to practice their making of equivalent fractions with or without a model.
Fractions on a Number Line: This will help students to use strategies for other skills and lessons that will help them perform a variety of tasks.
Prime Numbers: This website will allow your students to work on Prime Numbers.
Multiplication (10/4/16): These games will allow students to practice skills for 4-digit X 1-digit multiplication and 2-digit X 2-digit multiplication.
Addition/Subtraction (9/19/16): This skill is difficult to find games for, however, if you find any, please send them to me!
Rounding (9/6/16): These games are good for practicing rounding. There are a variety of levels and objectives so be sure your student picks the one that is most appropriate for them.
There is an entire sectino on SheppardSoftware.com with rounding and estimation.
Place Value (8/26/16): These games are a good form of practice for place value, as well as expanded form. http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/placevalue/FS_place_value.htm and http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/placevalue/PlaceValuesShapesShoot.htm