Grades 3-5 Math

Third-3rd Grade, Fourth-4th Grade and Fifth-5th Grade Smartboard Interactive Math Games, Activities and Lessons




Teachers and students can use these Smartboard games, activities and lessons to learn about Math in Third Grade, Fourth Grade and Fifth Grade. Some of the topics covered are: Counting, Multiplication, Patterns, Multiples, Factors, Missing Numbers, Place Value, Factor Trees, Adding, Subtracting, Order of Operations, Dividing with 5 digit numbers, Commutative and Associative Properties, Decimals, Fractions, Geometry, Graphing, Measurement, Measuring, Number Sense, Probability, Rounding and Estimating, Whole Numbers, Mixed Numbers, Simplifying, Equivalent Fractions, Mixed Numbers, Improper Fractions, Perimeter, Area, Volume, Ordering and Comparing




Number Sense and Operations

Sorting Ranges of Numbers – Students in 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, and 5th Grade can sort numbers on the Smartboard.

Multiplication Fact Practice – In Space Race, players race against each other to quickly fly their spaceship over the correct answer.  Quick, correct answers speed up the spaceship in this multi-player game.

Subtraction Practice – In “Island Chase Subtraction” select the correct answer to the subtraction problem to power the jet ski.  Up to 4 players can join in on the fun!

Fraction to Decimal Conversion – This fun multi-player game, Puppy Chase, gives players practice in converting fractions to their decimal equivalents.  Players click the correct answer to make their puppy GO!

Decimal Word Practice – Puppy Pull players select the decimal equivalent to the “number words” written in the box.  Answering more quickly will make your puppy tug harder and faster.

Finding Equal Ratios – Ratio Blaster provides practice in finding equal ratios. Invading spaceships with ratio problems move down from the top of the screen toward a laser cannon on a platform at the bottom.

Identifying Ratios – Ratio Martian provides practice in recognizing ratios. The Martian is always hungry and eats ratios to survive.  Single player game provides focus until the player builds skill and confidence.

Calculating Ratio Equivalency – Ratio Stadium is a multi-player racing game that allows students from anywhere in the world to race one another while matching equivalent ratios!  Up to 4 players can enjoy this multi-player game as they select the fraction that equates to the ratio.

Exponent Practice – Otter Rush is a multi-player game that requires the players to practice using exponents in algebraic expressions.  Players can play alone or with up to 12 opponents!

Multiplication Fact Practice – In Penguin Jump, players click the iceberg with the correct answer to the problem shown at the bottom.  The first player to help his penguin reach its home is the winner.

Division Fact Practice – In Pony Division, click the correct answer to power the pony.  Answer quickly to get the pony to pull faster.  The first team in the competitive game to get the pony past the buoy wins!

Practice Subtraction Facts – In Ducky Race, players click the correct answer to the subtraction problem to power their duck in the race.  Up to 12 players can compete at once.

Multiplication Practice – Meteor Multiplication assists students in learning multiplication. Large meteors with multiplication problems move toward a large space station in the center of the screen.

Division Practice – In Division Derby, players compete against each other while practicing division.  This multi-player game keeps students engaged in meaningful practice.

Counting MoneyDolphin Dash is a multi-player game that allows students from anywhere in the world to compete against one another while practicing counting money!

Money Counting Practice – Dolphin Feed is a multi-player game that allows students from anywhere in the world to compete against one another while practicing counting money! Players feed fish to the dolphins to make the given amount of money.

Practice Division – Demolition Division helps students learn division. Tanks with division problems move toward your blaster.

Comparing Fractions – Up to 8 players “tug of war” to compare fractions in the action packed game.  Fun gaming environment with a mathematical focus!

Practice Proportions – Race against another player to complete the equivalent proportion.  Up to 4 players can join in on the fun and practice proportion equivalency.

Math Addition Facts – Students select a level of difficult on the Smartboard then start answering math problems to “bat.” Fun interaction will entertain the students while they learn.

Mixed Operations Smartboard Game – This is a cool interactive shooting game that students will love! They shoot the piece of fruit that has the answer to the problem on it. Teachers can select various levels of difficulty.

Multiples Game – Practice finding the multiples of 2-12 on the Smartboard in this game. Select any number that you want to practice!

Speed Math – First choose your skill to practice (addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division). Then, choose the numbers you want to practice. Click “Start!” If you reach your goal, you can print out your very own certificate of achievement.

Place Value to the Thousands – Three levels of practice on the Smartboard are provided in this fun Place Value Game!  Players get great practice in determining place value. Exciting math lesson!

On Time – Clock game provides practice in telling time.  Students drag the hands of the clock to indicate the designated time.

Place Value Smartboard Game – “Scooter Quest Junior” provides practice with place value while helping Jimmy earn money to buy a scooter.  Entertaining practice on place value!

Subtract Fractions Game – Players “shoot the fruit” that shows the correct answer.  This interactive game environment provides practice subtracting fractions.

Adding Fractions Game – Students play an interactive game while practicing fraction addition on three levels.  Choose from two fractions with common denominator, three fractions with common denominator, or fractions with unlike denominators.

Equivalent Fractions – Players match fractions on the Smartboard to their graphical equivalent.  This is great practice because it helps students visualize fractions. You this game to support your math lesson!

Reduce or Simplifying Fractions – Practicing simplifying fractions has never been more fun than it will be with this interactive game.  Three levels of play will provide for individual student needs.

Matching Fractions Game – In this matching game, students select the graphical representation of the given fraction.  The outstanding visuals help students better understand fractions.

Multiples Game – Players click on a number from a list then shoot down the multiples of that number as they appear on the screen.  Great fast-paced practice with multiples!

Multiplication Facts Game– Level 1 – Fun game to practice facts! Pop the balloons! This game provides interactive multiplication practice on the beginning level.

Benchmarking Fractions with 1/2 Game – Rev up your mental mental math by determining if the fractions on the screen are greater than, less than, or equal to a half.  Immediate reinforcement is given.

Place Value Visual with the MegaPenny Project – Students learn to visualize the value of money in this math activity.  Pennies are stacked to show amount and value. Use this game to introduce your place value lesson!

Elapsed Time – Clocks show the beginning time and ending time.  Students determine elapse time between the two and click on the answer.  Immediate reinforcement is given.

Equivalent Fractions – This game gives the student four fractions.  The student must click on the one that is not equivalent to the others.  A correct answer earns a piece of “Fraction Jackson’s” pie.  Select from four levels of difficulty.

Guess the Number – The magician will give players a math word problem.  To help players solve the problem, the magician lets them know if their answer is high or low.  The goal is to solve the problem with the fewest number of tries.

Algebra

Operation Order Algebra – Players are given 3 numbers and an equation.  They must select the number on the Smartboard needed in the correct place to complete the equation.  Three levels of play are provided.

Geometry and Measurement

Coordinate Geometry Graphing Game – Students will select a level of difficulty—easy, medium or hard.  The graph displays a point and students select the correct x, y coordinates.

Perimeter and Area – First, students read a great lesson on calculating area and perimeter.  Next select the level of difficulty for practice and review. This activity can supplement your math perimeter and area lesson.

Matching Math: Metric Volume – This interactive Smartboard game makes it fun for students to convert from one metric volume unit to another. Cool immediate reinforcement provided.

Statistics and Probability

Graph Mole ~ Practice in Plotting Points – Online game to provide practice in plotting points on a graph.  Three levels of play provide practice for all students.