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This website has many cool math games for children starting at the Pre-K level and going up to algebra, with games broken down by grade level. Each level of IXL Math teaches hundreds of skills through games. An example: At the third-grade level, players learn how to add decimals, understand the placement of parentheses, and dozens of other skills related to multiplication and division, fractions, geometry, mixed operations and more.
The Math Cats website looks like something from the early days of the Internet. It's very simplistic in design, drawing and animation, but rather sophisticated in terms of the games. The homepage has a cat welcoming children to the site. Kids click on the cat and then see a menu of tools and games, including one called Math Machine in which the goal is like herding cats — you try to get all the cats off the board. An age calculator reveals how old a person is in days, hours, minutes or seconds. A logic puzzle, based on thinking from the eighth century, poses the problem of a sailor getting a wolf, a goat and a cabbage across a river. Only one can be carried at a time, and if left together, the wolf will eat the goat or the goat will eat the cabbage. Go figure! There are games aimed at the primary level up through middle-school levels. In addition to the cool math games, there is math trivia, an art gallery, and an attic full of math definitions. Practice grade level math with Pete the Cat. These games are easy to play, and play time is pretty quick. There are 120 cards in each game; shuffle them and place them face down in the middle of the playing area. The first player takes the top card and solves the math problem presented; children can use scratch paper and pencil or manipulatives (you provide) or do the problem in their head and say their answer out loud. If the answer is correct, they earn a Pete Button (brightly colored plastic buttons), but if they are incorrect the card is discarded and the next person plays. If you draw a Cool Cat Card, you will either earn extra buttons or must give some away. The first player to collect four buttons wins the game. Each game includes 120 cards, 16 buttons, instructions and an answer key. The instruction sheet offers other ideas for variation in game play. Work on grade appropriate math concepts that are aligned to current standards, but have fun in the process with Pete the Cat.