Math: Mental Math
Here are tips for calculating math problems in your head. Learn how to quickly multiply, add, subtract, and divide complex numbers. Also includes tricks on how to square large numbers without writing them down and other fun games to use with students to help develop mental math skills.
Mixing in Math Card Games
These math card games are designed to combine arithmetic, strategy and logical thinking and provide practice for students at various levels.
In this activity, students practice solving math problems at varying levels of difficulty and using different operations.
These place value activities allow students to explore place value in division, division as it relates to subtraction, and division by 10s and 100s.
Going around in circles!: around and about a geometric figure
Use geometry to help strengthen students' logic muscles and learn how to view circles from various viewpoints.
Ten, Twenty, Thirty
This PDF games is designed for from one to four players and employs a deck of cards to help develop mental addition skills.
Ceasar Cipher II
This activity has students working with multipliers and constants as they use them to encrypt messages.
These pdf files offer many math tricks on a variety of topics, including prime numbers, fractions, sum of squares, and more.
Math Forum: BeatCalc
This site has many tips on how to square numbers by doing the calculations in your head.
Math Forum: Multiplication Tips
Learn how to quickly multiply numbers by 5, 9, and 11.
Mental Arithmetic Drills
This interactive site lets you practice math drills online. Choose a topic and a difficulty level.
Adding With Mental Math
Here are tips for adding two-digit numbers. Try the interactive quiz at the bottom.
BBC: Mental Division
This site provides tips for division. Online game and quiz are included. NOTE: This site has a link leads to discussion board.
Mental Math Practices
Select a game or an activity to practice your mental math skill.
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