Use your addition or subtraction skills to help
the caterpillar "mathemorphosize" to a beautiful butterfly. Each time
you answer a math problem correctly, your caterpillar will chew up a leaf and
get larger. If you keep answering questions correctly, your butterfly will form
a cocoon (chrysalis) around itself until it bursts out as one of four different
kinds of butterflies
This program has a number line on the bottom of the screen, 1-10,
Students fill in which number comes next.
Students fill in the Missing Numbers from 1 to 10.
Count Your Chickens
Same or Different
Students count animal pictures in groups from 1 to 10.
Numbers Students Find Groups of Things from 1 to 10.
Count Us In
This site has 15 interactive primary games. Each is designed to help children understand basic number concepts. Activities include counting, grouping, ordinal numbers and more. All games require Flash 5 or higher.
Students build a train by moving boxcars numbered 1-10. Students hear the number's name and see the written number. When they click on a boxcar they see graphic representations of the number.
The Counting Story
Students click on a number from 1-11, they see the number, a number sentence, and a graphic representation (bunnies) of the amount they clicked on.
Students click on the picture with the same number of items as the example on the left of the screen.
Students practice counting and click on the number equal to the number of shapes shown.
This site has students practice counting different sets of animals.
Snakes and Ladders
Students play a game similar to Chutes and Ladders students count forward. The game can be adjusted for 1 or 2 players.
Students must find and drag the shape to plug the hole that is in the dam. There are three levels and each gets progressively harder. They levels are Basic Shapes, Flips and Turns and Combine Shapes.
Buzzing with Shapes
Buzzing with Shapes- Students play against each other, they count sides on different shapes and play a game almost like tic-tac-toe.
Sorting Bumper Cars
Students sort bumper cars placing cars in the correct circle. This activity has students practice recognizing equal to and more than.
Young students practice addition, subtraction or a combination of both skills by counting ladybug spots. There are three skill levels.
Students are presented with a pattern and are asked to identify what
Students answer the question by putting the cursor inside the answer box, then use the keyboard to type the number.
Addition- Students answer the addition problems by putting the cursor in the answer box below the question, then they use the keyboard to type in the number.
Students add pictures that appear in each box and enter the correct answer from three choices that are provided for them.
Students answer the subtraction problems by putting the cursor in the answer box below the question, then they use the keyboard to type in the number.
Students must fill in the blank squares in the number grid to count from 1 to 100. Great practice site!