## Battleship Numberline

## Base 10 Bingo

Base 10 Bingo, from ABCya.com, connects numbers with Base-10 Blocks, or blocks that show the value of each digit. (The green blocks are showing the number 648.)

At the opening screen, you can click on several different kind of blocks to increase the difficulty. Try working with hundreds, tens AND ones -- or maybe even thousands!

At the opening screen, you can click on several different kind of blocks to increase the difficulty. Try working with hundreds, tens AND ones -- or maybe even thousands!

## 100 Number Grid

100 Number Grid, from ABCya.com, practices place value using a blank hundreds grids. Children must help the Owl to find his friends. The Owl will tell you a number that represents where his friend is hiding in the number grid. Click on the correct square. Be careful...you only have two chances or you will lose his friend!

## Math Lines

Math Lines, also from ABCya.com, challenges kids to add together two numbers to equal various sums. It is a fun, simple but highly engaging game that encourages practicing math facts.

## Super Connect the Dots

Practice skip-counting with this Connect the Dots game. On the opening screen, you can choose to practice multiples of any number 1 - 10. Try one of the higher numbers for some extra practice and added challenge.

## Arcademics Skill Builders

Great for fact practice! Arcademics Skill Builders has games to practice different skills: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts, as well as some basic algebra and telling time. Students are able to play against a computer or other players in real time. A few of the games are spotlighted below.

## Math Mahjong (Addition)

Math Mahjong helps practice basic addition. Students click on number tiles and matching equations to remove them from the game board, and clear the game.

## Thinking Blocks

While not quite a 'game,' the Thinking Blocks online math modeling tool promotes mathematical reasoning as students solve problems. The site helps students break down problems into easier chunks. See a sample addition problem that has been partially completed below.