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Game Aquarium

This site covers every topic imaginable and is ranked by difficulty level.

A Plus Math

This covers addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. May be difficult for younger students.

Multiplication.com

Multiplication games basic facts.

Kids Play Games

This site would be great for students K-5. It has a variety of games to cover addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Apples for the Teacher

This website covers Geometry and Geometric Shapes Games, Interactive 100 Number Charts, Measurement Games, Money GamesNumber Sense Games,Operations (+ - * ) Games - Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, andTelling Time Games. This is good K-6.

Cool Math
This website provides you with a list of links to games that involve strategy, skill, numbers, shapes/colors, pictures, logic, and memory.

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

This is the library of virtual manipulatives. It allows students to use manipulatives to solve problems using the manipulatives or play games with manipulatives online. You do not need to sign up for a membership or have any log in information. This sight covers Numbers and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, Data Analysis, and Probability.

Internet 4 Classrooms

Click on the desired grade level on the left and then click on math (language arts is also an option). This will then give you a list of math concepts for that grade level (this site is not necessarily GPS oriented). Once you click on the desired concept, you will get a list of game links that covers that concept.

Shape, Space, & Measures

Find out about angles, lines and graphs. Important shapes and useful everyday measurements are also covered. This website uses "video game" type graphics, which the students will love!

Math Playground
Welcome to Math Playground, an action-packed site for elementary and middle school students. Play a math game, solve a logic puzzle, and have some fun!

Interactive broken Hundreds Charts

larger three digit numbers

This website provides you with a list of problems that you have to match up with the correct answer. Keep in mind the order of operations.