
Name and Apx. Grade Level 
Skills 


 Fraction Recognition
 Equivalent Fractions
 Fractions problem solving



 Addition Tables
 Subtraction Tables
 Multiplication Tables
 Division Tables



 Short or Long Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division



 Basic (but fast) Addition and Subtraction (up to 20)



 Basic (but fast) Addition and Subtraction (up to 20)



 Learning the Calendar
 Mental Math
 Addition
 Subtraction



 Estimating Sums
 Mental Math
 Addition



 Telling Time
 Elapsed Time
 Addition



 Mental Math
 Addition
 Subtraction



 Skip Counting
 Number Lines
 Ordering



 Addition
 Subtraction
 Multiplication
 Division
 Mental Math



 Counting Money
 Identifying Coins and Currency
 Mental Math



 Memory
 Pattern Identification



 Addition
 Subtraction
 Small Multiplication
 Equations



 Addition
 Subtraction
 Multiplication
 Division



 Geometry
 Indentifying shapes, polygons, triangle types, symmetry






 Addition
 Subtraction
 Multiplication
 Division






 Addition
 Subtraction
 Multiplication
 Division






 Rounding to the tens and hundreds
 Rounding to the tenths



 Identifying Coins
 Counting Coins
 Giving Change
 Mental Math



 Identifying Coins
 Counting Coins
 Comparing Money Amounts



 Equations
 Basic Addition
 Basic Subtraction
 Basic Multiplication



 Place Value
 Place Value up to five digits from decimal
 Place Value and Decimals



 Place Value
 Place Value up to hundred thousands



 Estimating sums, differences or products up to the hundred thousands



 Counting Money
 Adding basic decimals
 Number Sense



 Coordinate Plane
 Positive/Negative Numbers



 Counting Money
 Exchanging Money with fewest coins



 Standard Units of Capacity, particularly ounces



 Order of Operations
 Basic Operation (+, , x, /)



 Prime Factorization
 Factors
 Exponents
 Basic Multiplication



 Telling Time to different intervals
 Elapsed Time



 Telling Time
 Roman Numerals



 Estimating sums, differences, and products



 Converting fractions to decimals
 Converting decimals to fractions
 Fraction/Decimal value comparisons






 Standard Units of Measurement
 Metric Units of Measurement
 Fractions






 Multiplication
 Decimals
 Division
 Percentages



 Exponents
 Metric Conversions
 Place Value
 Mixed Numbers/Fractions



 Mixed Numbers
 Improper Fractions



 Grammar
 Spelling
 Punctuation
 Sentence Correction



 Totem Poles
 Native American Lore



 Mammals
 Classification
 Adaptations



 Insects
 Classification
 Adaptations


MOBILE APPS 

Cash Out 

You're the cashier at this crazy store. You need to give change to the customers buying things. Try to sell as many items as possible before the time runs out. First select game play options, then read the word problem and find out how much money you owe. Click on the coins and bills to make the correct change. For example, if you owe the customer $0.77, click on the quarter three times and click on the penny two times.

Tony Fraction's Pizza Shop 

Tony Fraction's Pizza Shop, my most popular game, is now available for the ipad, ipod, and iphone for $0.99. See how much money you can make in five minutes by using your equivalent fraction skills to fill your customer pizza orders. Be careful, though, your customers are a picky bunch and expect their toppings to be applied according to their odd fractional specifications. If you apply them incorrectly, expect to pay a stiff penalty.

Drag  n  Drop Math 

Just like the Flash version on MrNussbaum.com, DragNDrop Math allows students to complete any addition, multiplication, subtraction, or division problem just like they would with paper and a pencil. DragNDrop Math is perfect for students who have trouble keeping numbers organized in large problems, as my unique drag and drop system allows students to seamlessly drag numbers into place. Math problems can be customized to allow the user to choose the number of problems and number of digits in each number for each problem. Users can also choose to work on graph "paper", lined "paper" or blank space. Users can input their own problems. Of course, the program checks to see whether or not the answer is correct and allows students to go back and try incorrect problems again.

Around the World 

Around the World is a computeradapted version of the clasic classroom game – Around the World. In this version, the user competes against kids from all over the world in a game of multiplication flash cards. Be careful, some of the kids in the classroom are faster than others! If you can go “Around the World,” you will receive a special certificate at the end of the game.

Piggy Bankers 

Practice your coin and money counting skills in Piggy Bankers! Catch coins and currency falling from the sky to try to reach your target savings amount! Use the arrows to move your piggy banker. Be careful, if you collect more than your target, the game is over. Be on the lookout for spinning tokens. If you can catch a spinning token, you’ll have the opportunity to enter the amount of money needed to reach your target.

Torture the Teacher 

Torture your teachers by clicking on the INCORRECT spellings of the words that appear on the chalkboard! Try your hardest to make Mrs. Applecrab, Mrs. Cornpop, and Mr. Nussbaum resign by frustrating them so much with your poor spelling skills! It’s you versus the teachers! You will have the opportunity to make three teachers resign! Be careful though, it gets harder as you move from classroom to classroom as the teachers in later rounds have incredible patience!

Mathepillar 

Mathepillar is an outrageously fun game in which players have to order falling numbers on a number line by positioning their caterpillar in the correct place to catch the numbers. There are four stages to the game, and each stage presents a slightly more complicated number line or pattern. If a player can pass all four stages, he or she can print out one of six limited edition butterfly certificates, each featuring a different species of butterfly. Try to collect all six!


Sweet 16 Word Madness 

Do you like the NCAA Basketball Tournament, commonly referred to as "March Madness?" If so, this game is for you. First choose your team. Then, use your word recognition and spelling skills to click on the basketball that completes the word at the top of the page. Choose correctly and you'll hit a basket or threepointer, choose incorrectly or too slowly and your opponent will score. Be careful, though, each round gets progressively tougher. You will have to be an expert in word completion to win the National Championship.

EZ Fractions 

EZ Fractions is an amazing tool for students to use that simplifies the process of adding, subtracting, multiplying, or dividing fractions. It's perfect for students who have trouble with multistep math problems that require precise calculations and conversions.

