In this math racing game students will practice their knowledge about adding integers. In this interactive adding integers game, students can have fun adding signed numbers, beacuse for each correct answer they get bonus points and other fun rewards.
This Algebraic Expressions Millionaire Game can be played online alone or in two teams. For each question, students have to identify the correct mathematical expression that models a given word expression. Students will practice reading, writing, and evaluating algebraic expressions.
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.
Practice changing fractions to percents by playing this interactive matching game. Click on two cards to pair a fraction with the equivalent percent or vice-versa. If there is a match, the numbers remain on the page; if not, the cards are turned over.
This Jeopardy-style game about the coordinate plane has the following three categories: Graphing Points, Quadrants and Axes, and Finding the Coordinates of a Point. This is a multi-player game; therefore it makes an excellent classroom activity that can be used at the end of the chapter to review important math concepts.
This interactive game has 4 categories: Writing Algebraic Expressions, Simplifying Algebraic Expressions, One-Step Equations, and Two-Step Equations. Students will also practice identifying parts of an algebraic expression.