This program is designed to help students become familiar with some of the keywords they will see when trying to solve word problems.
In this program students can practice larger operations from 2 digit addition to 4 digit division. Student can work the problem on the screen or on another sheet of paper then type the answer. If the answer is wrong the program show them the correct answer along with all of the steps to get that answer.
This is the most popular program where students practice basic math facts and have to fix the problem if they get it wrong. (This is the same program that is on the main math page)
In this program students are given basic fact questions similar to the "Basic Fact Program" with the touchpoint dots on the numbers.
In this program students are given a starting number and then a number to count by. Students have to count up and down by 1, 5, and 10's.
In this program students move tiles around to create different fact families. The last levels uses fact families to sove for a variable.
This program gives 5 seconds for the student to answer. It is designed to help students memorize important facts by adding a different fact one at a time.
This is a quick cartoon to help explain regrouping in a subtraction problem.