Most of the online practice is in the form of **games** which can be found at Online Math
Games, Demonstration/Exploration Tools, and Puzzles.

This page has links to worksheets and quizzes for practicing math skills.

## Number and Operations Standard

Math Trainer- Great way to practice addition, subtraction, and multiplication. (You donothave to hit <enter> after your answer.) Has lots of nice features, including extra practice on your weak facts.

Arithmetic Quiz- Test your arithmetic skills. Asks you to add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers and integers. You may choose difficulty level, question types, and time limit.

Multiplication.com- lots of games. Many of which you can.pick the number facts to work on

Brainormous Games-Note:You may pick the number facts you want to work on. Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division.

Brainormous Worksheet Generator-Note:You may pick the number facts you want to work on. Other nice options. Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division.

Fraction Quiz- Test your fraction skills, including decimals and percentages. Five type of questions to choose from:asks you to +, -, x, ÷, fractions and mixed numbers, and determine which quantity is smaller;(1)Fractionhas you find a percent as in "16 is what percent of 20" or find percent of a number as in "75% of 28";(2)Percentagehas you convert from fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions;(3)Percent<->Decimalasks you to convert to a percent;(4)Fraction<->Percentageasks you to solve basic algebra questions with fractions (including proportions). Choose difficulty level, question types, and time limit.(5)Algebra

Online Arithmetic Practice- Use the Right Hand Side to enter you answers online and have them checked. Fractions included. New questions when you Refresh. Many different quizzes.

Skill in Arithmetic- This is a comprehensive tutorial, but also includes drill (practice) on the skills. For example, problems. Problems are usually found at theof the page. Covers many topics of arithmetic.bottom## Algebra Standard

Algebra Quiz- Solving equations. .Five types of questions to choose from:, e.g., 3x + 7 = -4 + 5x;(1)Variable on Both Sidese.g., 2(x - 8) = -3;(2)Distributive Propertye.g., x² - x = 12;(3)Quadratic- the are second easiest, e.g., -2x + (-3) = 19;(4)Two-Step Problems- the are(5)One-Step Problems, e.g., -2x = 18 and 7 + x = 12. Choose difficulty level, question types, and time limit.easiest

Arithmetic Quiz- Test your skills with integers. You may choose difficulty level, question types, and time limit.

Fraction Quiz- Categoryasks you to solve basic algebra questions with fractions (including proportions). Choose difficulty level, question types, and time limit.(5) "Algebra"

Online Arithmetic Practice- Use the Right Hand Side to enter you answers online and have them checked. Order of operations included. New questions when you Refresh. Many different quizzes.

Skill in Algebra- This is a comprehensive tutorial, but also includes drill (practice) on the skills. For example, multiplying and dividing signed numbers. Problems are whenever you see th epinkregion. Covers many topics of algebra.

Practice with Radicals- Multiple choice. Immediate feedback. Part of the Regents Exam Prep Center.## Word Problems

Math Word Problems for All Ages from MathPlayground- Including Math Hoops (Solve 5 word problems and shoot some hoops - for late elementary.)

SAT Math Pro- Word problemswith video explanations. Including ratio and proportion, word problems, and more.## Proportions

Proportion Word Problems - from mathpower.com

Customizable Proportion Problems - "set up a proportion and or a product of rates." A bit more difficult.

Word Problems Dealing with Ratio and Proportion - includes an explanation and "compound ratios," such as 5:7:10.

## Geometry Standard (none, see Quizzes Over a

of Topics)Variety## Measurement Standard

Area and Perimeter- You use a ruler.

Volume and Surface Area- various shapes.## Data Analysis and Probability Standard (none, see Quizzes Over a

of Topics)Variety

AAAMath- has practice on almost every math skill for grades K-8. For example, simplifying fractions.

Classzone.com- practice, games, and annimations. Middle school through high school.

ThatQuiz.com- also, teachers can make their own quizzes.

Coolmath.comandCoolmath4kids.com- has Algebra Crunchers and Arithmetic Practice.

Test Prep Review- Prepare for tests such as the ACT, COMPASS, GED, Praxis, etc. (Not all of this is free.)

- Mathtutor video tutorials, Leaflets, and Teach-yourself Booklets on a wide range of mathematical topics from fractions to calculus and vectors (middle school through high school and calculus). Part of the Math Centre.
**Basic Training**- this is my (Jim Olsen) site. A comprehensive approach to learning the basic arithmetic facts.**AAAMath**- has practice on almost every math skill for grades K-8. For example, simplifying fractions.**Algebasics**- videos to show various arithmetic and algebra basics such as exponents, equations, and rational expressions.**Math is Fun**- Nice site. Covers a variety of topics.**Coolmath.com**and**Coolmath4kids.com**- explanatory material and areas to practice.

**Aplusmath.com Worksheets**- mainly fractions, decimals, money, and algebra.**Math Worksheets Land**- PDF files. Grades K through H.S.-
**Free Online Math Worksheets**- huge list of fill in the blank (and checked) worksheets. Most have instructional videos included. Part of Onlinemathlearning.com **TheMathWorksheetSite.com**- variety of topics.**ACT Math Prep Questions****Multiplication.com****Worksheets at MathGoodies.com**

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