While surfing the Net to put together this week's lessons, we came across many terrific teaching resources that will help you reinforce students' math-facts knowledge. Click a link below for more fabulous math-fact resources:
Math Facts Game This circle games reinforces math-facts knowledge.
Take a look at the list of online math-facts games below. Give each one a try. You'll see how much fun those games can be and how they will motivate students to practice and learn their math facts. The games also are great resources to include in your classroom newsletter. Parents will love to encourage their children to use their home computer to do real math practice.
Math Magician Games
Math Facts 4 You Work Sheets
Education World has partnered with Math Fact Cafe to bring you a series of Math Practice 4 You printable work sheets. Hundreds of printable pages provide practice and reinforcement of addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts. Coming soon: division facts and more.
Choose +, -, X, or /. Can students complete 20 math fact problems with 100 percent accuracy in less than 60 seconds?
Choose +, -, X, or /. Set the greatest number to be used in a problem. (For example, set 12 as the high number and no addition or multiplication fact will include a number greater than 12. Of course, the answers might be greater.) At the end of one minute, the total number of correct responses is recorded on the screen.
Choose +, -, X, or /. Choose the level (easy, medium, hard, or super brain). See how many runs you can score before getting three outs.
A+ Math's MATHO
Choose +, X, or /. As the math facts pop up, click the answer on the MATHO card. How many seconds does it take you to get MATHO?
Saxon Publishers' Basic Math Sheets
Choose +, -, X, or /. This flexible tool enables you to choose a range of number facts and a timed or un-timed version.
Click your grade level. Then click Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, or Division. For each operation, you will find several games, including How many correct answers can you get in 60 seconds? and How fast can you get 20 more correct answers than wrong answers?
Just for Fun!
These online math facts games are just for fun. Most do not record a score, but they still offer great practice and lots of math fun.
A+ Math's Hidden Picture Games
How many problems do students solve before they can identify the hidden picture?
Match all the addition or subtraction facts with their answers. (This game does provide a final score, but it is really more a test of memory than it is a test of math-fact knowledge.)
Easy level. Match each addition or subtraction fact card to its solution.
A+ Math's Concentration Game
Match the problem on the left card with the correct answer card on the right. (This game does provide a final score, but it is really more a test of memory than a test of math-fact knowledge.)
Mr. Taylor's Multiplication Facts Drills
You can't get wrong answers here. Students click until they get the right answer.
Choose +, -, X, or /. Students compete against other students who are online at the same time.
Coloring Book Math
Solve the math problems to color the pictures. Requires addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division skills.
Just the Facts -- Math-Facts Basics
This is a great visual tool for teaching the meaning of simple addition, subtraction, and multiplication. (Grades PreK-2)
MathCats Explore Multiplication
Teach the meaning of multiplication with this terrific tool. (Grades 2-4)
Multiplication Quick Flash
Students develop speed with individual times tables. (Grades 2-4)
Elementary Math Games
Choose +, -, or X. These games reward students with an "OK!" each time they click the balloon with the correct answer. (Grades K-3)