Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Math Facts: Free Interactive Game Online

I found a new-to-me website for practicing math facts. It's a basic "drill and kill" type of game, but it is simple and clearly presented. It also gives the user options of using different operations and different sum/difference totals. Check it out:

Harcourt Basic Facts

6 comments:

Mrs. Blanton said...

I am new to the world of blogging and found your website for special education. I am a special education facilitator and RTI coach. I am searching for more special education bloggers like us so recommendations would be great :) Please feel free to check out my blog and follow if you like it :)
http://rtiandyou.blogspot.com/

Michelle_special_ed_teacher said...

Thanks for the comment! I've added your blog to my blog roll. To see other blogs that I like, scroll down on the right hand side of the blog and look for the section "Blogs I Like." I'm was interested to see your lates post on co-teaching. After Labor Day, another third grade teacher and I are going to start co-teaching science lessons each day with her gen ed class and my self contained class. Hopefully, I'll be able to share some success stories on my blog.

Anonymous said...

Hi there, I'm a first year I.S. and I am looking for resources to use with my students. K-3, I have students who don't know their letters, their sounds, struggling readers. Would love a free or inexpensive phonics program, leveled readers. Any resources that you can provide, it would be great (dsey3825@yahoo.com)

Teachermum said...

I am your newest follower.I think we have a lot in common - I am a Special Ed teacher/blogger too.
Looking forward to reading more on your blog.

Michelle_special_ed_teacher said...

@anonymous....
I've e-mailed you some of my favorites off the blog. Hope they help!

@teachermum...
Thanks for the comment! Will check out your blog and look forward to future online "converstations."

Anonymous said...

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