• l What do penguins, ducks, and sugar have in common?  Hooda Math!

    l Set 
    (and Quiddler and XACTICA, of course)

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    Daily Sudoku

    l  Bloxorz
    is one of Archie's favorites.
     
    l Piggy Push
    might not look like math, but it'll give your spatial skills quite a workout. 
     
    l Turkey Swapping anyone?  Gobble, gobble!  Oink, oink!
     
    l Use your deductive reasoning skills to play Seesaw Logic.
     
    l  Give your visual discrimination skills a workout with Whack the Difference.
     
    l The Great American Estimator and Guess My Number are good ways to practice estimating.
     
    l Weigh the Wangdoodles combines estimation and algebra, and who doesn't love algebra?  Seriously.
     
    l Interested in engineering?  Try some of these games. 
     
    l Lumosity is like having a personal trainer for your brain!  You choose the skills you'd like to work on and they'll develop a program just for you.  You won't need weights or a yoga mat, but you will need an email account to get started.
     
    l Mmmmmm...pizza!  Better know your fractions!
     
    l Scholastic has lots of fun math games.  Try one today!
     
    l Take a break from spilling sugar, shopping at the mall, and removing red to practice math facts.

    l Quiz yourself on all kinds of third...and fourth, fifth, sixth...grade skills.

    l Mrs. A. found this awesome site...and it's a lot more than just math!
     
    l Kids Math Games* looks like a great place to practice all kinds of skills. 
         You can also take quizzes if that's your thing!
        *Don't you think there should be an apostrophe at the end of "Kids"?
      
    l Want to learn how to measure angles?  Try this online protractor.
     
     
     
    And when only a video game will do, take good ol' Sumdog for a walk!