### Let's Begin!

Some parts of learning math can be boring! Like your times tables. So we're going to try to make a game of it on the internet. If you have trouble at first, that's OK, it takes practice. Just don't give up; you'll get it in time. Here are the first set of games we're going to play ....

PS, please leave me a comment and let me know if you find this stuff too hard, too easy or just plain too much! We'll find a good balance that works for you. ;-)

Addition and subtraction mixed practice -- get 20 right in one minute -- it's a race!

Multiplication practice -- get 20 right in one minute.

Here is a mutiplication mystery game -- have fun with it!

When you get a chance, look over this lesson on Prime Numbers. We'll be looking at primes, factors and multiples next time.

PS, please leave me a comment and let me know if you find this stuff too hard, too easy or just plain too much! We'll find a good balance that works for you. ;-)

## 6 Comments:

At 10/30/2005 7:58 PM, Elly said…

dear dearen (sorry if i spelt your name wrong) today well friday in class we started working on P.E.D.M.A.S. so i was just letting you know that that is what we are working on so give me some stuff on the ok well bye bye.

Love Ellie

At 11/13/2005 6:51 PM, elly said…

dear dearen.

i need some prime nomber stuff

please and thank you

ELLIE

At 11/26/2005 8:07 PM, Anonymous said…

Ellie is so lucky to have someone create such a great blog!! If it's ok,I would really like to share it with the other grade 7 students. Keep up the hard work, Ellie!

Miss de Rocquigny (Ellie's Math teacher)

At 12/17/2007 11:52 AM, Anonymous said…

I think you should put more time on the clock because some people are kind of slow at it.

At 2/11/2009 2:15 PM, Anonymous said…

any other ideas for pemdas? like, pencils escaped out of my desk??

At 9/23/2011 7:40 AM, Anonymous said…

Thanks for the great site Ellie! I'm a primary school teacher in Toronto Canada who teaches in a mixed grade classroom. My grade 7s found your page about PEMDAS really helpful! I might just be able to get them to create their own math blogs now!! Well done :)

A.Downey

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