### Fifth Grade Math Sites

 Eduplace   Internet For Classrooms    Scholastic Math Hunt   A+Math   Math Slice   Scholastic Maven   Scholastic Adventure    Math Frog   Operation Order   Number Nut   Homeschool Math   Math Playground   Channel For Learning   Math Manipulatives   Funbrain Numbers   AAA Math   Math Games That Are Fun   Math Frog   Family Math Challenges     Fraction Action   Roman Numeral Sequence Game   Addition Attack     – approx. 3rd – 5th grades   Villainy, Inc. -  “Thwarting world supremacy through mathematics”   Math Computation online test that you can choose the skill and level    Interactive Math Activities   Arcademic Skill Builders   Math Maven’s Mystery   Ambleweb Division Machine - Kids practice division on 3 levels   Car race where you have to add fractions correctly for your car to win   ABCYA - Grades K - 5      FRACTION EATERS: These T-shirt heads have a huge appetite for fractions! Students will have to find equivalent fractions and eat them up, all the while avoiding the gobbling monster following closely behind.   TRIPLETS: A GAME OF EQUIVALENT FRACTIONSStudents have to arrange all the equivalent fractions and fraction bars into the correct "teams" in this interactive math game.   Math Nook – fun games in math for all grades         IXL Math Practice Website – grades preK – 6th   Math Frog grades 3 - 5   – Learning games for kids – some are tough!   Math Games – Skillswise BBC – 39 different games to practice all different math skills – grades 3 - 5   Johnnie’s Math Page -  Interactive math tools, math activities and math fun for kids and their teachers – Grades K - 5   Math Mayhem - Choose one of the four math operations to begin, where students will race against other contestants as soon as the timer begins its countdown, to solve as many math problems as possible, as quickly as possible. It's a good way to practice math facts, with fun drills.   Game Classroom – games in Math and Language Arts by grade (K-6); also some review questions and multiple answers   Math Lines –There are lots of variations now on this popular math game. This one works by getting rid of pairs that add up to ten. Students can move through successive levels by eliminating all number balls. You should try to build up same number rows for extra points. (Learning Games for Kids)
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