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K - Grade 2
·            Ant Parade: Use skip counting to place the correct number of ants on the leaf.
·            Puny Pet Shop: Answer multiplication questions to help fill the pet shop with pets.
·            Math Lines: Destroy balls by forming pairs that add up to 10.
·            Minus Mission: Fire the laser beam at the question before the green slime reaches the ground.
·            Grouping & Grazing: Place cows in groups of 5 or 10, and use cows to solve addition and subtraction questions.
·            Add Like Mad: Find pairs or groups of numbers to solve as many equations as possible.
·            Jet Ski Addition: Click the correct answer to power your jet ski.
·            Shopping Games: Dress up a boy or girl with fancy clothes, but wait, you have to spend the right amount of money to advance to the next level.
Grades 3 - 5
  • Place Values: You will use a place-value chart to find the value of each digit in a number.
  • Multiplication: Multiply your multiplication skills by playing these great games! 
  • Fraction Tiles: Fraction tiles are a good way for students to explore and understand how parts make up a whole. Teachers and parents can utilize this resource when giving a lesson on fractions with students.
  • Fruit Shoot Addition: Click the correct answers to each equation.
  • Percent Panic: Is a game for children to see the relationships between: area, percents, and fractions. Use the arrow keys on the keyboard to drive the rocket-ship. Draw shapes to fill in 80% of the area. Avoid the space rocks that are floating around and do not go backwards on your trail. Look at the relationship between the area you have filled and how it changes the percent and fraction meter.
  • Measurement: Measuring is an activity for children to practice finding lengths. This educational activity includes both metric and imperial units. Children can decide between a metric ruler or an imperial ruler and also choose a level of difficulty.
  • Croc Doc: Click on the crocodile with the correct answer.
  • Fractions to Decimals: Puppy Chase Decimals is a multi-player educational kids game for practicing decimal conversions. How quickly the student correctly answers the problem determines how quickly the puppy will go. The student with the fastest rate of correct answers will win the race. Hits and misses are recorded and displayed at the end of the game, along with the student's rate. 1-12 players can play at once.
  • Shopping Games: Dress up a boy or girl with fancy clothes, but wait, you have to spend the right amount of money to advance to the next level.
  • Fractions: Fractions games for Grade 5 students
  • Fractions 2: Fractions games for Grade 5 students
Grades 6-8
  • Multiplication: Multiply your multiplication skills by playing these great games!
  • Add Like Mad: Find pairs or groups of numbers to solve as many addition equations as possible.
  • Penguin Multiplication: Navigate your penguin back to its home by clicking on the iceberg with the correct answer.
  • Math Fact Puzzle: Match math facts to complete the puzzle.
  • Bus Math: Quickly calculate bus fares to determine if you have enough money to ride the bus.
  • Comparing Numbers: Children practice comparing number values playing a fun more than, less than activity. Compare the numbers presented and decide which symbol >, <, = completes the statement. Level two uses negative numbers and decimals.
  • Number Cop: Select the Prime Numbers. Apprehend all the numbers that fit the description and avoid all the numbers that don't.
  • Your Math Brain Just Got Brighter!: Grade 6-8 Math games that help the math lightbulb burn brightly!
  • Geometry: Visit this site for geometry definitions and resource links for geometric learning support and information.
ADD-Itional Math Games
·      Kindergarten - Grade 8 Math Games: Click the link to navigate to a selection of Math games K-8.
·      Math Playground: Games for all ages and interest levels at the math playground!
·      Academic Skill Builders: A wide variety of math games for all ages.
·      Math Learning that Sticks With You: Great games for kids of all ages!
·      Games for All Ages...Mix it UP: Mix it up and build your math operations skills by playing these mixed up math games. The games at this site include Basic Math Operations, Mixed Operations, Fractions, Decimals.
·      Elementary Math Games: A broad variety of exciting elementary math games.
·      Johnnie's Math Games: All sorts of math games for multiplying your all adds up to a great learning experience!
·      Math Centers: Kindergarten – Grade 5 Math Center games.
·      14 Free Online Math Calculation Games: Math calculation, division, algebra and times table’s interactive activities for Primary/Elementary students.
Web 2.0
·                Infotrac
·                ProQuest
·                First Nations Periodical Index
·                The Canadian Encyclopedia
·                Britannica
·                The Encyclopedia of SK
·                Encyclopedia
·                Wikipedia
·                Nations Online
·                The World Fact Book
·                Google Directory
·                The Atlas of Canada
·                The Canadian Atlas
·                Discovery Education
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·                Canadian Information
·                Canadian Heritage
·                Canadian Biography
Language Arts
·      Vitual Math Manips
·      Math
·      Mathematics
·      Math Glossary
·      Cool Math 4 Kids
·      Graph Builders
·      Brainormous
·      Fun Brain
·      Internet 4 Classrooms
·      Primary Math Games
·      Free Math Worksheets
·      Aplus Math
·      K-8 Webmath
·      Dr. Mike's Math Games
·      Bitesize British Math
·      Multiplication Zone
·      Math Glossary
·      Nifty Calculators
·      Math Playground
·   Science
·   ASCEville