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Your job is to save a distant planet from destruction by learning earthlings' math while you fight off attacking aliens. Sound fun and challenging? It is! 
This multi-featured app continues the series of underwater math adventures. It is the third app in the series, which runs from first to fifth grade.
Blast off on another adventure with this math practice app. It features a wide array of 5th grade level math worksheets to keep young math astronauts engaged for many hours. 
This app provides an entertaining way to practice math skills. It is the first app in a series, which ranges from first to fifth grade.
Blast-off in the math practice space ship where central command contains a large selection of fourth grade problems. This app provides a wide variety of problems to keep any fourth grader occupied for a long while. 
Keep your second graders entertained while they practice math skills. This app is the second in the series, which ranges from first to fifth grade.
Discover the joy and excitement of improving your math fluency through four different puzzles. Combine those with 25 different ways to represent numbers and you have hours of enjoyment that can be fun outside of the classroom as well.
This fun collection of activities provides young learners with a great opportunity to practice their math skills. Covering topics from counting and cardinality to simple addition and subtraction, this resource in useful across the early elementary grade levels.
Save the yodeler from falling off the top of the mountain using basic math skills. Have endless fun while developing fluency with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
You know you have stumbled on something interesting when you launch this app. You are suddenly taken into a world of mystery and intrigue, and of course, math-skills practice.
Exactly how big is Mount Rushmore? Young mathematicians develop their ability to find the area of complex figures as they look at one of our nation's famous monuments. Scholars begin by learning a brief history of Mount Rushmore and the methods used to create this spectacular sculpture. These techniques are then put into practice as children create and replicate drawings on cardboard boxes using a plumb-bob, ruler, and protractor. Finally, students use grids to calculate the area and lines of symmetry in the faces of the nation's great leaders. For higher grades, consider introducing the concept of scale when working with pictures of this enormous monument. This lesson spans over three to four days and uniquely brings together the subjects of math, history, and art.
Forgot how to multiply matrices? Well, this app can help. It is like a gigantic, well-organized reference card for all things math. Customize your personal reference material by adding your own notes and build up a personalized list of favorites.   
Young scholars explore how math can be used to calculate and analyze how electricity causes air pollution. Students design a campaign to educate family members on ways they can save electricity. They create a graph that compares two electric bills to determine how much energy was saved.
Students examine geometric quilt patterns to identify how math may have been used to help slaves escape to freedom. They slide, flip and turn geometric shapes to create a map quilt.
How do fashion and math relate? Using interactive websites and video clips, learners apply proportional reasoning to the fashion industry. They look for patterns and linear relationships, apply unit rate concepts to garment materials costs and retail pricing. Make merchandisers out of your mathematicians with this two-part lesson!
Enrich your study of food science with with these math worksheets. They offer a variety of food-related word problems that are great practice for multiplying, identifying fractions, estimating length, and performing calculations with money. Includes characters from the children's story The Mysterious Marching Vegetables, making this a great resource for connecting lessons in math, science, and language arts. 
Change up the classroom atmosphere with this interdisciplinary resource. Following along with the children's book Mr. Slaptail's Curious Contraption, these math worksheets provide practice with a wide range of topics including simple addition of one- and two-digit numbers, basic shape identification, calculation of area and perimeter, and measurement. Choose relevant worksheets to supplement regular math lessons or provide these as an option for early finishers.
Inflate this unit on the science of air with these math skills practice and word problems. Accompanying the children's story Mr. Slaptail's Secret, this resource covers a wide range of math topics including the four basic operations, identifying fractions, reading time, estimating mass, and analyzing bar graphs. Offer these worksheets as an option for earlier finishers or pick and choose relevant worksheets to supplement into regular math lessons.
Enrich your study of living things with these cross-curricular math activities. Following along with the story Tillena Lou's Day in the Sun, learners will practice addition and subtraction, learn how to measure volume and length, work on their problem solving skills, create graphs, and much more. Implement these as part of the BioEd unit Living Things and Their Needs, or as stand-alone math activities.
Peanuts! Get your peanuts! Kids explore math, art, and agriculture concepts focused on peanuts. There is a brief informational text to get them started, and you'll find definitions of five in-text vocabulary words to address. Kids estimate how many nuts are in a given peanut shell (between one and five) and place their guess, written on a large paper peanut, on a classroom bar graph. There is a template here for the peanuts. They check their guesses and write the new number on a different-colored paper peanut, placing it on the graph as well. There are plenty of fun extensions here including making peanut butter, peanut shell art, a peanut toss, and literature options.