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Math facts practice: websites and software

Practice of math facts

Math Games at Sheppard Software
A bunch of different games to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts: Fruit Shoot, Pop Up Math, Math MahJong, Matching games, Make 24, and many more. The site also has games for place value, coins, fractions, and other topics.

Mr. Martini's Classroom
Arithmetic interactive flash cards for the four basic operations, comparing, decimals, and more. Can choose scorekeeping on/off. Also has an interactivem long division tool.

A+ math games
Practice all four basic operations with math bingo (matho), hidden picture games, or concentration games.

Solve math problems against the clock! Four difficulty levels, can tick or untick all four operations.

Arcademic Skill Builders
Website with fun, arcade-type games to practice the four basic operations. Both single- and multi-user games.

Math Mammoth Add & Subtract 2-A
A self-teaching worktext for 2nd grade that covers “easy” additions and subtractions within 0-100; such as 24 + 5 and 89 − 7, or adding or subtracting whole tens; memorizing the basic addition facts of single-digit numbers, and learning to use them with subtraction. Available both as an inexpensive download and also as a printed copy.

Math Made Easy, grade 2

Math Made Easy, Grade 2 Math Workbook

This workbook has been compiled and tested by a team of math experts to increase your child's confidence, enjoyment, and success at school. Second Grade: Provides practice at all the major topics for Grade 2 with emphasis on addition and subtraction of larger numbers. Includes a review of Grade 1 topics and a preview of topics in Grade 3.

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DigitWhiz is an online, games-based program aligned to the Common Core that guides kids ages 8+ to master key foundational skills in five areas: multiplication · division · integer operations · like terms · solving equations

Math Skills
Online practice sheets for all the four basic operations. The child fills in the blanks for 10 on-screen math problems. Several different levels available.

Online Math Flashcards
Addition, subtraction, and multiplication interactive online flashcards. A variety of number ranges, both timed and untimed versions.

Fun 4 The Brain
Practice your basic facts with these kid-appealing simple games.

Math Magician games
Flashcard problems in all 4 operations.  Answer 20 questions in 1 minute.

How to teach multiplication tables
A comprehensive article explaining in detail how to go about teaching multiplication tables in a structured manner. Includes a video (about structured drilling), suggestions for games, and other helpful hints. This will be the LAST article you need to read about learning multiplication tables using a "structured drill" (not random drill).

Math Fact Bubble Blast
Click and burst the bubble showing the right answer to math questions. Choose addition, subtraction, or multiplciation. Various levels and speeds.

Math Made Easy, grade 3

Math Made Easy, Grade 3 Math Workbook

This workbook has been compiled and tested by a team of math experts to increase your child's confidence, enjoyment, and success at school. Third grade: Provides practice at all the major topics for Grade 3 with emphasis on basic multiplication and division facts. Includes a review of Grade 2 topics and a preview of topics in Grade 4.

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Math Skills trainer
A very nice set of timed games that practice basic facts of all four operations in a VARIETY of ways: fact families, missing addend/factor/divisor/etc., word problems, number words, number patterns.  Need to register first to use the games (free). 

Add 'em Up!
A strategy game that requires a quick recollection of basic addition facts. Remove the tiles from the game board as you add them up to a number from the stack.

Sum Sense at Primary Games
Drag and drop the number cards to make 'sum' sense in this fun and challenging game (basic facts of division, multiplication, addition, or subtraction).  Scroll down the page to find the game.

Cross the Swamp
Help Little Ron move from log to log across the swamp and practice multiplication/division or addition/subtraction.

Giggle Facts
An addition and subtraction facts program with 50 games and worksheets. Includes 33 different board games, playing cards, dominoes, and various kinds of dice for the games. $49.99 + sh.

Smart Flash Cards
Smart Flash Cards is a web based program that helps students memorize basic math tables such as multiplication, addition, subtraction and division. It includes reports that monitor students while they study and identify which problems are hardest for each student when they are done.
Price: $12.95


RekenTest is a free software for practicing arithmetic. It includes addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, money problems, percentages and fractions. It is very customizable, and gives you a report afterward the practice sessions. Available in English, Spanish, Portuguese and Dutch.
Price: Free

Tux Math
A versatile arcade game for math facts with many options. Includes all operations. You need to shoot falling comets that can damage penguins' igloos. See also my review.
Price: Free

Practice mental arithmetic and fraction operations. Pie chart shows the percentage of correct responses. Also play against a friend or set a time limit.
Price: Free

Home Help
Create printable math worksheets on different difficulty levels for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, long division, percentages, or times tables.
Price: Free

Math Carts
A downloadable racing game for young students to memorize addition and subtraction facts. Children choose various animal themed carts and unlock new carts and race tracks as they progress through the facts. There are three difficulty levels.
Price: Free

7 Soft-Pak Programs
Contains four math programs (Math Maker, Math Master, Math Use, T/F Math Challengerr) that offer unlimited printable and on-screen activities for practicing math, including 900 multi-level word problems. The Pak also has three language arts programs: with over 4000 words for spelling and reading, plus usage, writing mechanics, reading speed and comprehension, and basic grammar.
Price: $3.75 for the 4 math programs; $5.75 for all 7 programs.

UberSmart Math Facts
Teaches the basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts. Includes certificates, timed tests, and progress tracking. It filters out problems already mastred.
Price: $24.95; a free 30-day trial.

Animated Arithmetic Shareware
Practice basic facts, column-form addition/subtraction, multiplication tables and corresponding division facts.  Progressive help is given with wrong answers.  The program is easy to use and appealing with little animations.  After completing the set of ten problems, the student gets to visit the game room with puzzles and mazes!
Price: from $15.95 to $17.95

Math Facts NOW!
"Math Facts NOW!" is a simple yet effective program that will identify weak areas in your child's knowledge of the times tables and basic facts of math, and drill in those specific areas, automatically giving increased drills in those areas. 
Price: $15.95  Money back guarantee.  See a review sent to us.

QuickMathFacts Software
A no-nonsense approach to learning the essential math facts. Includes a charting feature. A 30-day free trial version available.

Trains all of the four operations including with negative numbers. Includes playing for rating, or for practice, and a progress chart. Price: $29.95 per year; a free trial version available.

Mad Dog Math
A software for drilling and mastering the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts. Pricing starts at $9.99 to $26 per month; free trial download available.

Math Skill Builders: Whole Number Arithmetic
A free tool for learning and reviewing arithmetic skills. Math Skill Builers provides testing for placement at an appropriate skill level, detailed tutoring that explains how to solve problems, and an infinite number of randomly generated problems both at the computer and with printed assignments. The program has 52 levels of difficulty, starting with basic facts, progressing through regrouping, and ending with long division.