Free Teacher, Parent & Student Education Resources

## Decimals

Online Activities
Decimal Activities - Drag the decimals from lowest to highest. Great way to familiarize oneself with the idea of decimals.
Decimals Attack! - Go from city to city & defend them by firing the correct fraction at its correct decimal.
Ladder Game - Good practice for simple ordering of decimals. (7.12, 7.25, 7.29).
Decimal Squares - 8 great games covering several topics: Beat the Clock, Blackjack, Concentration, Decimal Darts, Laser Beams, Place Value Strategy, Decimal Speedway & Rope Tug.
Toon University - Online activity where you convert the fraction to a decimal & then you get a shot at the target.
Online Quizzes - Several different quizzes students can take right now on the computer. The site covers many adding, subtracting, improper fraction & decimals
Decifractator - Challenge a partner or yourself by converting fractions into decimals. It will do it for you to check.
 Worksheet File Cabinet Adding Fractions: Like Denominators A B Subtracting Fractions: Like Denominators A B Adding Fractions: Unlike Denominators A B Subtracting Fractions: Unlike Denominators A B

## Percentages

Online Activities
Percentage Activities - Lay out a park with percentages of grass, water, flowers, woodland, etc.
Penguin Water - It will show you your dinner bill and the percent tip you should leave. You must calculate the correct tip to leave the penguin waiter. Several Levels.
Balloon Invaders - It's easy to quickly find the percentage of most numbers once you know the secret. To find 10% of a number, you just need to know how to divide by 10. So, 10% of 60 is 6 because 60 divided by 10 is 6. 10% of 250 is 25. Once you find 10%, you can easily find 20%, 30%, 80% and so on just by multiplying. If 10% of 80 is 8, then 20% of 80 must be double that, or 16. To find 5% of 80, you would find half of 10% of 80 which is 4. Try it while you play the game.
Math Goodies - Fill in the missing value into the form, then click ENTER. Your answer will be a fraction, a decimal or a percent, depending on the problem. If your answer is a percent, it must include the % symbol. Be sure to write your fractions in lowest terms. To write the fraction five eighths, enter 5/8 into the form