Exponents Jeopardy Game is a fun way to review basic facts about exponents and powers. The game has a single-player mode and a multi-player feature. You can play this game at home or at school as a review activity.
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.
Rational and Irrational Numbers Game is an interactive and fast-paced game for 8th grade students. The object of this game is to quickly classify given numbers as rational or irrational numbers by dragging them in the correct bin in less than 3 minutes.
In this Pythagorean Theorem Game, 8th grade students will practice calculating the hypotenuse and the unknown leg in a right triangle. The converse of the Pythagorean Theorem will also be utilized to verify if three numbers could be the sides of a right triangle.
Practice calculating simple square roots by playing this interactive Square Root Game. Click on two cards to pair a square root with the correct number. If there is a match, the cards disappear from the page; if not, the cards remain on the page, but are turned over.