### Algebra Help

This site has almost every topic in this unit, and then some. Great practice with step by step directions.

### Harcourt

Practice with standard or customary measurements in this activity.

### Toon University

Convert fractions to decimals and get to fire a tank at a target. Itâ€™s harder than it looks!

### Mrs. Glossar's Math Goodies

Lots of good examples and explanations with practice questions at the bottom.

### Math Frog

Click students, grade 6, and scroll to Mission Magnetite. Play the game, and then print and complete the follow-up activity to turn in.

### Math Goodies

Study the lesson, then answer the questions. This may not be on your unit assessment, but it's highly likely that you'll see it on MSA.

### unitedstreaming

This movie will give you good real world ideas of how fractions, decimals, and percents work. Use your first name and last initial to log in. Don't ever put your first and last name out on the internet!

### Mrs. Glossar's Math Goodies

Get explanations, examples, and practice problems with positive and negative integers.

### Glencoe

This quiz will help you practice finding the percent of a number

### Free Math Help

Scroll down to the video lessons, then click Decimals. You'll get a good explanation of the standard way to solve decimal problems. It won't give you a lot of info about why you're doing these things though.

### Glencoe Impact Mathematics

You can practice these skills when you take this online quiz.

### AAA Math

Examples, explanations and practice of this skill.

### BBC

Review your skills here!

Solve Elapsed time problems using digital and analog clocks.

### AAA Math

This site will give you explanations, examples, and a chance to practice skills.

### Mrs. Glossar's Math Goodies

Once you've tried the other integer site, try this challenge.

Though this isn't a skill in this unit, you'll need to know how to calculate the volume of a cube to answer a question. Practice here.

### Mrs. Glossar's Math Goodies

Practice with adding negative and positive integers along with explanations and examples.

This is a great introduction to the order of operations with contextual problems.

### Math is Fun

Scroll to the bottom of the page to select the topic you want.

### Math Frog

Practice on this site, then print toe follow up worksheet from the next site.

### Glencoe

This is the same company as the last site, but you'll get different problems to practice here.

### Math Type

More great practice.

### Mrs. Glossar's Math Goodies

This site will give you a table with two of the three number representations. You must be able to find the other number.

### Harcourt

Once you've mastered the other matching site, give this one a try.

### Glencoe

Take the quiz to test your skills.

### USU

Use this website to check your percent calculations. The graphics will also show you what part of a whole the fractions and percents look like.

This site is wonderful for making and manipulating all types of graphs.

### Algebra Help

These are a great way to get a mental workout. For practice with the negative integers in the challenge part of this unit, do the negatives at the bottom.

Scroll down and practice with any of the uses of percents activities.

### Oakland Terrace

This site has links that will be helpful when practicing unit @ skills.

### Math Frog

Click students, grade 6, and scroll to Introduction to Ratios. Play the game, and then print and complete the follow-up activity to turn in. Note that though the game does relate to ratios, it's the practice sheet that will let you work problems like you will have on your assessments.

Use this site to practice multiplication of fractions.

### BBC

This site gives explanations and examples of dividing with fractions and mixed numbers.

### Quizville

This is great practice, but remember that Quizville can be problematic on some computers. If you can't get it to work, try another site.

### Visual Fractions

Practice dividing fractions here.

### Funbrain

This site lets you get practice with both standard and metric distance measures.

### Math Frog

Be sure to use this to get pencil and paper practice. Remember that your test won't be on the computer!

### Family Math

This is good for critical thinking about expoments and patterns. You'll have to enter an email address to view and print.

### Mrs. Glossar's Math Goodies

Get practice, examples, and explanations.

### Funbrain

Use this site to practice finding the percent of a number.

### NRIch

This is a fun game of strategy where you have to get three in a row before the computer or a friend.

### Math Frog

Click on student, grade 6, then scroll down to the Fractions, Decimals, and Percents game. Be sure to print the practice sheet so that you can get do some writing too!

### Math Frog

Practice and self check.

### National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

This site gives good examples of what it means to divide and how to do it.