Great Math Intervention Websites! www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/math/interacting/numbers.htm This is my favorite website to use with my students! There are many choices of games that cover math skills such as place value, sequence, and computation skills. My students’ favorite games are “Fishy Numbers” and “Spooky Sequences.” The website also has useful one hundred chart games, such as “Find the Target,” in which students would need to find 10 more or less than target number. Students can play games alone or with a partner. www.pbs.org/teachersource/math The PBS website has good resources for students, teachers, and parents. There are numerous lesson plans that meet the standards. You can choose the subject and match activities and kid games to support it. Some activities can connect with PBS children shows. There are endless links to math, reading, social studies, and health. www.funbrain.com My students love some of the games on this website. One of their favorites (and mine) is “Math Baseball.” The students can select various operations (+, -, etc.) and what level they want (easy to super brain). The game is played best in pairs. “Change Maker” is also a great game to reinforce money skills. The students can even choose what country’s currency they want to use!