# Best Math Games and Activities

This week we’ll be sharing our best games and activities by category and age. They come directly from the award-winning K12 curriculum, and represent how online education works and what it looks like.

#### Preschool: Animal Graphs

Practice counting and creating graphs using animals at the zoo.

More preschool math games and activities or visit our Embark page to find more activities for 3-5 year olds.

#### Kindergarten: Telling Time

Use this interactive clock to practice reviewing time with your student.

More kindergarten math games activities

Practice addition by using coins. Try all five different modes if calculating the correct value.

More first-grade math games and activities

#### Second Grade: Ways to Show Fractions

When students begin to learn fractions, they can be a difficult to visualize. This interactive tool allows students to see the problem in a variety of ways.

More second-grade math games and activities

#### Third Grade: Baseball Fast Facts

Put your math skills to the test in this baseball themed activity. How many can you hit out of the park?

More third-grade math games and activities

#### Fourth and Fifth Grade: The Weather Report

Learn about the mean, median, mode and range in this great activity. You can re-create this activity by tracking the weather by your home for several days and figuring out the solutions.

More fourth- and fifth-grade math activities

#### Middle School: Mapping Out Quadratic Functions

Being able to visualize the parable as you manipulate the numbers makes this a fantastic tool when learning about quadratic functions.

More middle school math activities

#### High School: Correlation Coefficient

Create your own scatter plots, or use a given set to calculate the correlation coefficient.

You can find all these activities and more in our Games & Activities Center, updated regularly with new activities from the K12 curriculum.

### Peter Spain

Peter Spain is a contributing writer for Learning Liftoff and a manager at K12. A graduate from George Mason University, Peter has worked for several years in the education and entertainment industry. He strives to make learning fun for children by contributing to the games and activities section of the site, and keeping an eye out for advancements in edutainment.

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