For this interactive, students click on numbered squares to add so they equal the value under the word "Number". Students must clear the board before time runs out. This interactive is able to be displayed on an interative whiteboard.
In this interactive resource, students can watch short movies about animals in the jungle, ocean, farm, and forest. The short movies explains what animals live in these environments and what they need to survive. Students can also play games by building a jungle, ocean, farm, or forest environment.
In this interactive activity, students will locate and free the animals trapped in cages. Students can choose halfs, thirds, quarters, and eighths. As students progress through each round they can be challenged to the next difficullity.
In this math game, students will explore the concept of covering a region with unit squares and score points for each correct response. Once they complete the round they can advance to the next level where they will multiply the length measurements to find the area of a rectangular region.
In this interactive math game, students will fluently solve multiplication problems while popping the balloons in order from smallest answer to largest answer.
In this interactive math game, students will fluently solve multiplication problems while popping the balloons in order from smallest product to largest product. This level increases the amount of facts as students correctly answer the problems.
In this interactive game, students match common items with the metric measure of lenth, mass, or volume that fits the best. Two modes of play, relaxed and timed, are available.
In this interactive resource, students will learn about animal, plant, and bacteria cells. Students will take a tutorial of each cell and will be able to play a game and take a quiz on what they learned.
For this activity, students read clues about governmental systems and drag the words to the spaces where they best fit to demonstrate understanding of the roles and responsibilities of each branch.
In this interactive math game, students will learn division facts while brushing the teeth of crocodiles. Students can choose from two different levels, easy and super. Then within each level they can choose from six different fact levels to play. Once they complete the game they can play again.
In this interactive resource, students can learn how the digestion system works in the human body. Students will learn about each step in the digestion process and can play a game identifying organs in the digestion system.
In this interactive math game, students will click on the fraction that is equivalent to the fraction that appears on the screen. They can choose fast or slow mode. Once students complete the level they can choose another level to play.
In this interactive math game, students will click on the fraction and match it to the model fraction that appears on the screen. They can choose fast or slow mode. Once students complete the level they can choose another level to play.
In this fun interactive, students view base ten models and click to shoot the fruit with the numeral which corresponds to the model. There are three levels to this interactive-easy, medium, and hard.
In this interactive resource, students solve problems by adding and subtracting fractions and choosing the fruit with the correct answer.
For this interactive game, students shoot the fruit to match either prime or composite numbers. There are 3 levels of difficulty and the game can be played in a timed or relaxed mode.
This resource supports the English language development of English language learners. The website allows students to drag and drop characteristics to compare mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians, and birds.
This resource allows students to watch a video on life cycles as well as play games with life cycles. Students will show the life cycle of the butterfly, frog, and bird.
For this online interactive that resembles Pac-Man, students add and subtract fractions to capture the ghosts that carry the correct answer. Students are able to practice the game before starting the actual game.
In this interactive metric ruler game, students answer metric length conversion questions by dragging the pointer to the position on the ruler that corresponds to the correct answer.
In this interactive matching game, students match the correct metric volume conversions. Two modes of play, relaxed and timed, are available.
In this interactive resource, students can read about the importance of exercise, understand the food groups, and can play online games involving nutrition.