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animal rescue percentages fractions decimals number line decimals place value - scooter quest convert fractions to decimals game
compare decimals game compare fractions to decimals - scooter quest game round decimals - scooter quest

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games are being converted for all devices


Popular Math Games!
Skill Builders!
1)Fractions Splat 1) Fruit Splat Skill Builders - Addition
2) Clock Splat 2) Fruit Splat Skill Builders - Subtraction
3) Number Words 3) Fruit Splat Skill Buiders - Multiples
4) Fruit Splat - Addition 4) Catch the Stars - Addition
5) Fruit Splat - Subtraction 5) Catch the Stars - Multiples
6) Fractions - Addition 6) Croc Doc - Division
7) Fruit Splat Multiplication 7) Decimals - Rounding - Scooter Quest
8) Shapes Splat 8) Mixed Operations - Fruit Splat
9) Odd-Even Fruit Splat 9) Fractions to Decimals - Fruit Splat
10) Subtraction Number Lines 10) Pearl Search - Subtraction
11) Geometry - Line Game 11) Integers - Addition - Fruit Splat
12) Coins Splat - Money Game 12) Greatest Common Factor - Fruit Splat
13) Penguin Party Addition Game 13) Coins 2 -Money Game
14) Scooter Quest - Place Value 14) Group Counting - Fruit Splat
15) Multiplication Mayhem 15) Decimals Place Value - Scooter Quest



We are working on converting our games! Please play the above games that are
already converted! Keep checking back for updates as we regularly add
more and more of our excellent math games!

Models 10ths
& 100ths
Relate Fractions & Decimals Comparing
& Ordering
Rounding Patterns Comparing
Fractions &
Decimal Models - Tenths and Hundredths
decimal tenths
Use models to understand tenths.
Play the Decimal Models Tenths game
to deepen your understanding.
Tenths 3rd grade and up
decimal hundredths Use models to understand hundredths.
Play the Decimal Models Hundredths game to
improve your understanding.
Hundredths 3rd grade and up
Relate Fractions and Decimals
fractions to decimals Tenths show 10 equal parts. One tenth is shown as 1/10
as a fraction and as 0.1 as a decimal. Play the Fractions to Decimals game to relate fractions and decimals.
Fractions to Decimals 3rd grade and up
Adding and Subtraction Decimals
decimal addition What is the sum of 0.1 and 0.2?
It's 0.3. Learn more by playing Decimal Addition.
Addition 3rd grade and up
decimal subtraction What is the difference of 0.2 and 0.1?
It's 0.1. Learn more by playing Decimal Subtraction.
Subtraction 3rd grade and up
Comparing and Ordering Decimals
Decimals Comparison Compare decimals.
Is 0.2 greather than 0.1 ?
Yes, two-tenths is greater than one tenth.
Play the Compare Decimals game for more.
Compare Decimals 3rd grade and up
learn how to put numbers in order from lowest to highest Order decimals by popping balloons.
Is 0.1 < 0.2 < 0.3?
Yes. Play the Order Decimals 1 game for more.
For a challenge, play the Order Decimals 2 game.
Order Decimals 1
4th grade and up
Order Decimals 2
6th grade and up
Decimal Place Value
learn decimal place value Does 0.51 have 5 in the tenth's place?
Yes. Play Decimal Place Value to learn more.
Place Value 4th grade and up
decimal expanded form Shoot the fruit that has the correct number for the expanded form.
For example, 8 ones and 2 tenths = 8.2
Expanded Form 4th grade and up
Decimal Rounding
learn decimal rounding What is 5.6 rounded to the nearest whole number?
Yes, it's 6. Play Decimal Rounding for more practice.
Rounding 4th grade and up
Decimal Patterns
learn decimal patterns In the pattern 0.1, 0.2, 0.3 what decimal comes next?
It's 0.4. For more play Decimal Patterns.
Patterns 4th grade and up
Comparing Decimals and Fractions
Compare Fractions and Decimals Which one is larger, 0.11 or 1/10? Yes, it's 0.11.
To further expand your knowledge,
play Compare Fractions and Decimals.
Compare Fractions
& Decimals
6th grade and up  

"Sheppard offers everything from early math to pre-algebra. The lessons include interactive activities to practice concepts. Students can shoot fruit, pop balloons, and even play math man (the math version of pac man!). Fractions, place value, money, and basic operations are some of the areas that are covered. Check it out at "
--Shannon Jakeman ,

"Online math games, like the ones that you'll find for free at Sheppard Software, provide a valuable opportunity for children to learn a great deal while they're having fun. The games at Sheppard Software are well written, interactive and very fun to play.

It can be very difficult for parents to find productive and worthwhile activities for children on the Internet; however fun online math games do offer a wonderful alternative.

This free section of Sheppard Software was written for children. Mostly all of the material you'll find at the site is completely free for kids to use. These fun online math games cover all of the math fundamentals, including early math, basic and mixed operations, fractions, pre-algebra, dollars & cents and place value. While teachers often use worksheets to solidify the math concepts learned in the classroom, these sort of games actually have the same educational impact on the child, and the format of the examples as an exciting game keeps the child engaged, interested and coming back for more.

From the main page parents or children will find a simple and easy to navigate menu featuring the different levels of math games and the various math concepts that are available. Children from pre-k up to 8th grade will find fun online math games that teach important math skills that are appropriate for their age level.

Sheppard Software offers a couple of cute games for the youngest math students. In this game, called Bugabaloo Addition, children are shown a number of "bug shoes" on the left and the right. The game asks the child to add the two groups of shoes together, and then pick the bug with the correct number printed on it. This game teaches addition through a graphical display that lets the child see and count the shoes. With the numbers right underneath, children easily make the association between the visual cues and the act of addition.

For slightly older kids, there are a number of very popular arcade-style "popup" math games. In these games, the child is presented with a math problem and must find the creature that's holding the correct answer and smack it on the head with the hammer. The comical expression the creature makes and the sound effects make this game so fun that children will forget that they're learning math! "
--Written March 30, 2010 by Ryan Dube in Educational Freeware -- Reviews of the best learning games, software, and websites --