I have some slightly under-prepared students semester, so I suggested to them that they should try to work on their basic skills outside of class. However, this requires me to provide some recommended resources to them, and these are what I have discovered:

**Multiplication**

- Factoris –
*Tetris-*style game for multiplication facts. - Penguin Jump – Fun Multiplication Game that can be played with up to 4 people from around the world.
- Dad’s Worksheets – For those who just want the traditional worksheets to practice with.

**Combining Like Terms**

- Combining Like Terms Quartet – This like terms game requires you to match the center term with its the appropriate like term.
- Matching Game – Identify the matching terms in two columns.
- On-line Jeopardy Game – Distributive property, combining like terms, evaluating expressions, solving equations.

**Integers and Order of Operations**

- Arithmetic Math Man –
*Pac Man-*style game for Order of Operations. - Circle 0 Puzzle – adding positive and negative integers to sum to zero.
- Circle 3 Puzzle – adding positive and negative integers to sum to three.
- Circle 21 Puzzle – adding positive and negative integers to sum to twenty-one.
- Circle 99 Puzzle – adding positive and negative integers to sum to ninety-nine.

**Other Helpful Links**

- Mr. Schlytter’s Mathematics Site at Stadium High School in Tacoma, WA.
- Teaching College Math – Games Link
- The Math Games – Has interesting fraction games!

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