Assessment and LEarning in Knowledge Spaces is a Web-based, artificially intelligent assessment and learning system. ALEKS uses adaptive questioning to quickly and accurately determine exactly what a student knows and doesn't know in a course. ALEKS then instructs the student on the topics she is most ready to learn. As a student works through a course, ALEKS periodically reassesses the student to ensure that topics learned are also retained. ALEKS courses are very complete in their topic coverage and ALEKS avoids multiple-choice questions. A student who shows a high level of mastery of an ALEKS course will be successful in the actual course she is taking. ALEKS also provides the advantages of one-on-one instruction, 24/7, from virtually any Web-based computer for a fraction of the cost of a human tutor.

Quick Flash II

Practice your multiplication facts. Quick Flash II is a fabulous way to give you practice in multiplication.  In the opening screen, you can choose your starting level.  After you begin, the program will progress through all of the multiplication facts in flash card style.  With each correct answer, a green block will be stacked next to the flash card.  Incorrect answers receive a red block.  

Braining Camp
Brainingcamp was founded by a group of education and technology professionals who are passionate about making math interactive and engaging. The company believes that students struggle with math because they cannot easily visualize abstract concepts or connect theory to the world around them. As a result, Brainingcamp has committed itself to developing technology that makes math more hands-on and shows students how math is valuable in solving real-world problems.

Box and Whisker Plots
Use and interpret box plots as a way to summarize large amounts of data. Learn to find the extremes, quartiles, and median for a set of data. Practice constructing box plots. Interpret and use box plots to solve a real-world problem.

Dividing Fractions
Understand why fractions can be divided by inverting and multiplying. Represent fraction division with fraction strips. Discover that reciprocals result from switching the numerator and denominator. Divide fractions by inverting the second fraction and turning the division into multiplication.

Understand that a rate is a ratio that compares two quantities in different units. Express rates as unit rates. Use unit rates to compare rates and find missing quantities in equivalent rates. Visualize rates and unit rates on a graph.

Challenge yourself with this puzzle. Roll the block into the square hole. Don't fall of the edge! Bloxorz combines problem solving with spatial reasoning and logic. Can you solve all 33 challenging puzzles? (headphones)

Math Playground
Practice your math skills with fun and challenging games. (headphones)

Weigh the Wangdoodles
Determine the weight of each wangdoodle to solve the puzzle. Friendly space aliens are experiencing strange side effects. Can you find the weight of each Wangdoodle? Use algebraic reasoning to find the weight of each space alien! (headphones)


Ratios and Proportions

Math Antics - Ratios and Rates
Watch this video to learn the difference between fractions and ratios.

Ratio Stadium (Ratio equivalency)
Express ratios in fraction form. Look for the matching ratio. Power up your motorcycle and win first place!

Ratio Blaster (Finding equal ratios)
There's more than one way to name a ratio. Can you save the planet from almost certain doom?

Ratio Martian (Identifying ratios)
What exactly is a ratio? Would you recognize one that happened to pass you by? Practice identifying ratios in this sci-fi math game!

Math Antics - Proportions
Watch this video to learn about proportions.

Dirt Bike (Proportions)
Make the proportions true. Power up your motorcycle and win first place!

Thinking Blocks Ratios and Proportion Practice
Word problems are easy to solve when you build a model first! Model and solve word problems.

Scale Factor X (Version 2)
The scaliens are on the way! Can you complete your mission in time? Complete your mission and exit the space colony before the Scaliens know you're there.

Wheelworks (ratio)
You're an apprentice at Wheeworks. Learn about the math behind bicycle gears.

Ratio Rumble by Math Snacks
The battle is on in this game where you build your own potions! Check your ratios to win this mixture mix-off! Ratio Rumble uses ratios and equivalent ratios. This game is a Gold winner in the 2013 International Serious Play Awards.

Dunk Tank by Cyberchase
In this interactive game, learners explore how to use ratio and proportion to solve problems. Activities include Sleuths on the Loose -- a mini-game that challenges students to apply what they know about ratio and proportion; a comedy act that uses proportional relationships between parts of the body; and game questions designed to promote proportional reasoning. This resource is part of Dunk Tank!, a math-themed collection that features a combination of video and interactive gaming.


Math Antics - What Are Percentages?
Watch this video to learn about percentages.

Math Antics - Finding a Percent of a Number
Watch this video to learn how to find the percent of a number.

Math Antics - What Percent Is It?
Watch this video to find the percent.

Math Antics - Percent Missing Total
Watch this video to learn more about percents.

Town Creator - Percentage
A math problem will appear on the top of the screen, along with four possible answers. Click the correct answer to have a new house added to your town. Unlock new levels to add trees, cars and more exciting objects. Try to make your town as beautiful as possible.

Percent Shopping
Big sale at Troy's toys! Can you calculate the discount and sale price? Solve five problems in each level. The toys you select will determine how challenging the activity becomes!

Wise Park
Welcome to Wise Park! The park manager wants you to help plan the park's features. But she has very specific requests! Your job is to plan a park using a range of different features such as water, grass, flowers, woodland and playgrounds. Follow the instructions and include the right percentage of each feature in the park. Complete the challenges, move on the more difficult activites and have fund learning about percentages with this interactive game that children will enjoy.

Dunk Tank - Fractions, Percents, and Decimals by Cyberchase
In this interactive game, learners explore relationships among fractions, decimals and percents. Activity segments include Stop the Pop -- a mini-game that challenges students to quickly find equivalent sets of fractions, decimals and percents; a comic video about how "50% off" can still lead to major spending; and game show questions designed to help them further their facility with convertions. This resource is part of Dunk Tank!, a collection of interactive math-themed games.

An interactive video that allows users to compare (compare and order decimals) fat content of grocery products to find the most nutritious items. Students drag and drop decimal numbers onto a number line. Assessment tools are provided as a downloadable file.

Math is Fun: Math Trainer - Multiplication
Get in some serious multiplication table training. It responds to your answers ... so it will train your weaknesses. Use 3 sessions of 5 minutes each per day for best results. Train yourself to REMEMBER, don't calculate.
Math is Fun - Practice
Practice... is the key. Select the times tables that you would like to focus on and get better at. Practice them until you say them as fast as you say your name.
Math is Fun - Multiplication Table
Use this is interactive times tables chart from 1 - 12 to practice or as a help during homework.

Builder Ted
The roof is leaking... Dougal dog is getting wet. Builder Ted needs to fix the roof! Help him climb to the top of the house by placing the bricks on the ladder in numberical order.
Learn Place Values and Model Problems
Explore basic arithmetic concepts with whole number manipulatives (base ten blocks). [Remember to click on "Maybe Later" when the Sign Up window pops up.]
Math practice at is fun when you can see how the numbers work. When you do the multiplication, it shows how the commutative property works. Remember to click "Maybe Later".
Fraction Workshop
Model fractions with pies, strips, or sets. Practice adding or subtracting fractions and mixed numbers.
Math Interactives
Learn about three-dimensional shapes, how to calculate their surface area and volume as well as there mathematical properties.
KS2 Bitsize Fractions
Learn about fractions here and practice what you learned below. When you are finished practicing, take an online quiz to see how you did.
KS2 Bitesize Math - Numbers
Knowing simple sums and learning useful calculations can help you with everyday tasks. Select the area that you would like to improve.
KS2 Bitesize Math - Shapes, Space & Measures
Find out about angles, lines, and graphs. Important shapes and useful everyday measurements are also covered.
KS2 Bitesize Math - Data
You can do a lot with the information you find. Learn about understanding and presenting data in this section. You will learn about interpreting data, working with mode, median, and mean, and probability.

Math Slice
Interactive online practice for a variety of skills in math.

Math Slice
Understand that a rate is a ratio that compares two quantities in different units. Express rates as unit rates. Use unit rates to compare rates and find missing quantitites in equivalent rates. Visualize rates and unit rates on a graph.
Lesson on rate
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AAA Math
This online activity provides students with an opportunity to practice determining the unit price of items. NOTE: This site includes ads.
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Quia: Unit Rate and Price Comparison Game
This jeopardy-style game allows students to practice determining unit rate and to do price comparisons.
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Math is Fun
The game provides you the cost per liter, kilogram, pound, etc. of what you want to buy. It is a good way of comparing costs. Choose from US units or metric.
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Quia: Rags to Riches
Answer questions in a quest for fame and fortune.
Quia: Battleship
Sink your opponent's ships by answering questions correctly.
Math Foldables
Nine weeks into the school year, I am still in love with foldables.  I feel like they have made such a difference in the attitudes of my students toward math. 
Create a Graph
Graphs and charts are great because they communicate information isually. For this reason, graphs are often used in newspapers, magazines and businesses around the world. Not sure how to make a graph? There is a great tutorial.
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Problem Solving
Give your brain a workout with these kids problem solving games and interactive activities. Find cool number problems and exercises as well as challenges that will test your logical thinking and reasoning abilities.




HOODA MATH - factoryballs:Drag and Drop a ball over the tools to produce the required ball for shipping. If you want to start over just drag the ball over to the recycling bin.  
HOODA MATH -DuBlox:Use arrow keys to move block to the goal.  
HOODA MATH - Graphing Gala: Collect coins by clicking the correct coordinates on each graph. Spend coins on party supplies and go to the gala to watch an interactive animated party scene.  
HOODA MATH - Skater Math: Click on the correct answer at the right time to jump objects in the road.  
HOODA MATH - Swimming Otters: Variable Expressions- Create Player name and click Login. Click on Game Name and then Click on Create Game. Click on the correct answers.  
HOODA MATH - Fragments: Click on a colored square, then click in the direction you want it to move. Move all the colored squares into the shaded area.  
HOODA MATH - sugar, sugar: Click and Drag to draw lines before sugar starts to pour. Get sugar to the cups.  
HOODA MATH - Factor Feeder: Use Arrow Keys to move. Eat factors of the given multiple. Avoid numbers that are not factors of the given multiple.  
HOODA MATH - Oblong: Zoom in by touching anywhere on the screen but the Game. Use the arrow buttons to move the block. Roll over all of the tiles exactly one time to move on to the next level. Don't forget to write down the level code, so you can start at the same place next time you play Oblong.  
HOODA MATH - Duck: Click on the ducks or drag the ducks.  
HOODA MATH - Full Moon:Click to help the bunny find fruit.  
HOODA MATH - 40xESCAPE:The door is locked, and you have to escape... 40 times. Got what it takes?  
HOODA MATH - Muiltiplication Game: Each player moves 1 marker per turn. The space on the board is filled by multiplying the 2 markers together. First player to get 4 in a row, wins.  
Adapted Mind - A better way to learn math: Interactive math problems for all math concepts.  
Online Graphing - Use this graphing calculator to plot your points on a coordinate plane.  
Graphing Calculator - Write your equation and see it plotted on the graph.  
Math is Fun Equation Grapher - Write your equation and plot it online.  
Integers - multiplication: Integer Warp, Fruit Shoot, Jeopardy, XP Math,  
Integers - addition and subtraction: Walk the Plank, Orbit Integers Spider Match
Order of Operations - Millionaire Game, XP Math, Soft Schools  
Integers - addition practice: XP Math, Jeopardy, Fruit Shoot, .  
Math Playground - Balance the equations  
Math is Fun - Balance equations when adding and subtracting in algebra.  
Quia - Easy Algebra Equations  
E-Lab - Exploring Equations: Use the balancing model to hlep you solve multiplication equations.  
E-Lab - Modeling Addition and Subtraction Equations: Use a balancing model to hlep you solve addtion and subtraction equations.  
Math Nook - Monkey Math Balance: What numbers can you use to create a balance?  
Cyber Chase - Poddle Weigh In: Help the poddles get their numbers back with this balance scale.  
Math is Fun - Order of Operations Calculator: Type in your sum to see how to solve it step by step. Examples: 2+3*4 or 3/4*3  
Math Goodies - Exercises: Complete each exercise by applying the order of operations.  
a plus math - Order of Operations: Can you solve the problems?  
IXL - Graph on a Coordinate Plane  
Equations: One step addition practice
XP Math - Two-Step Equations:Solve two-step equations.
Quia - Battle the Two-Step Equations:Battle your way through two-step equations (positive and negative integer knowledge required) and sink the other battleships!

Hoop Shoot - one step equations: Play this one-step equation game alone or with another student. The equations in this first game involve addition and subtraction. Scroll down to play a similar game with equations involving multiplication and division.
Hoop Shoot - two step equations:

Play this two-step equation game alone or with another student. This game can also be played at school by dividing the classroom in two teams. Have fun solving equations!


Interactive Math Dictionary for Kids:
A Math dictionary for kids is animated, interactive online math dictionary for students which explains over 600 common mathematical terms and math words in simple language. Click on >>ENTER DICTIONARY HERE<<
Math Vocabulary List- 6th Grade: [pdf]
Math Vocabulary cards A-L: [pdf]
Math Vocabulary cards M-Z: [pdf

Lesson: Word Problems
- Write your equations and solve.
Lesson: Word Problems [part 2]
Lesson: Absolute Value
Lesson: Inequalities

Skill Practice:
Function tables
Intergers-absolute value
Order of Operations
Equations - one step
Equations - one step word problems
Expressions - simplify


Statistics and Probability
Mean, Median, and Mode: Watch this Kahn Academy video on mean, median, and mode. Practice Worksheet 1. Practice Worksheet 2.
M-G6:Probability Lesson, strategies, glossary, and math fun.

Mean, Median, and Mode: Try this interactive game to brush up on your skills.
Quia: Rags to Riches: Answer questions in a quest for fame and fortune.
BBC Games:Fish Tank: Click here to play the probability game.

Triangle Shoot: After you have done Lesson 8-3, play the game for "angles". After you have completed 8-4, play the game for "right, acute, and obtuse". After you have completed the 8-5, play the "equilateral, isosceles, and scalene. Once you get really good at the game, challenge yourself with the rotation choice.
Triangle Sort:Learn the properties of triangles and sort them.
What's My Angle:Basic protractor and angle information and practice.
Angle Activities:Protractor practice on triangles. Find the sum of the three angles.
Cyberchase - Tangram Game: Tangram is an ancient game that originated in China.
Scholastice Study Jams - Area of a Triangle: How to find the area of a triangle.

Quadrilateral Shape Game: Learn about quadrilaterals the fun way in this arcade Geometry Math Game.
Quadrilateral Quest: Do You Know the Properties?:Learn the properties the fun way.
Math Interactives- Learn Quadrilaterals and check your answers.
Interactive Math Games: Improve your math skills.
Shape Facts: Learn the shape, properties and the lines of symmetry.
Shapes in Motion: Learn about turns, flips, and slides.
Catch the Fly:Enter the correct coordinates to help the frog catch the fly.
Co-ordinate Game:Practice plotting points and check your answer.
Virtual Pinboard:What shapes can you make on the virtual pinboard?
Trangram:Create the shape using trangrams.

Grade 6 Mathematics: Learn key concepts for Grade 6 math. Find lessons, stragegies, glossary, and math fun for key math concepts.  

The area of...
PT 6.SP & 6.G
Math 4 Children: Find the volume of solids.
Volume of Rectangular Prism: Find the volue of the rectangular prism.
Volume and Surface Area: Find the volume and surface area of the following objects; cube, cuboid, cylinder, cone, and sphere.
Rags to Riches: Find the volume.
Tower Blocks: A very addicting fun game where the player needs to stack the blocks as high as they can before they all fall.
The House that Math Built: Student use perimeter, area, and volume to build the house.

Area of a Circle: A = pi times radius squared.
Surface Area: Find the surface area of a rectangular prism and check to see if your work is correct.




Statistics and Probability
Johnnie's Middle School Math:There is an array of statistical and probability graphing activities to choose from.

Khan Academy: Interpret data with fraction addition and subtraction. a lesson, use manipulatives to learn how to work with the box and whisker plot and then try your new skill on answering questions and solving problems.
Math Warehouse:Put in your data and see if your answer is correct.
PRODIGI:Test your skills on finding the median of a data set.
Illuminations:Input your data set and observe the arrangement of the quartiles. on making a box and whisker plot when working with large amount of data.
E-lab:Input your data and create your own box and whisker plot.
Khan Academy: Create a box and whisker plot.
IXL - Box and Whisker Plot: Interpret data on the box and whisker plot.
Khan Academy - Histogram: View this lesson to learn about histograms.
IXL - Histograms: Interpret histograms (level 5)
IXL - Histograms: Create histograms (level 5)
IXL - Histograms: Create histograms (level 6)
IXL - Histograms: Interpret histograms (level 7)

IXL - Histogram: Create histograms. - Histograms: Find out the difference between histograms and bar graphs.
Khan Academy - Dot Line Plot: View this lesson to learn about dot plots.
Khan Academy Exercise: Interpreting line plots with fractions and addition and subtraction.
IXL: Interpret Line Plots: Read and interpret line plots (level 6).
IXL - Create a Line Plot: Interpret the data set and create a line plot (level 6).
IXL - Interpret Line Plots: Interpret line plots (level 5).
IXL - Create Line Plot: Create line plots (level 5).
Math Slice: Interactive - Find the mode, mean, and range.
How to make a Histogram on Excel.
Math is Fun: Learn about the differences between bar graph and histogram.
Khan Academy Video: Range, variance and standard diviation as measure of dispersion.
*Average or Central Tendancy: Arithmetic Mean, Median, and Mode a Khan Academy video.
Interactive mean, median, and mode: Students find the mean, median, and mode to show the central measure of a data set on Khan Academy.



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