After you work with manipulatives to understand place value, this is a good site for sorting big numbers.
Test your skills with tenths and hundredths with this fast paced game.
Sharpen your mental computation skills. The green buttons will give you basic facts, the yellow is a bit more difficult, and the red are an awesome challenge.
This PPT has a variety of problems for kids to solve and provides answers for self checking.
Don't forget to see if Brain Pop has a video that matches the SLE. I recommend printing the quiz and allowing the kids to comlete it before, during, and after viewing.
Set this game for 1/2 inch increments, and test your skills against the clock!
This site will let you practice 20 questions free.
This is an awesome site for modeling using pictures to solve problems. It guides kids through the process of single and multi-step problem solving by having them model with "thinking blocks".
This site offers enrichment problems for grades 5-8 that align with the Saxon lessons. Check out the Math Stumpers for more of a challenge.
This site has several interactive decimal games.
This site has interactive practice that aligns with many AR SLEs.
To play this game you'll have to not only know your facts but be able to break them down as well. For example, 60 can be made with 6 X 10, but if there's no 10, you have to use 6 X 5 X 2!
This site allows for customizable measurement practice.
This blackline master gives kids an opportunity to select an object to measure, choose a measurement tool, estimate the measurement, and then record in standard and metric.
Internet 4 Classrooms
Though this isn't a state specific site, it's very easy to navigate to find links for most SLEs. If you don't find what you need, be sure to search a few grade levels above and below as there are more resources there. There's also a search option at the bottom.
This site would be a great introduction for this SLE.
This site also offers, Fractions, Decimals, and Percent, Liquid Volume, Ratio and Proportion, and Venn Diagram lessons.
This is a great site for a teacher directed introduction to / exploration with equivalent fractions. You can manipulate several fraction bars to show equivalent fractions with a variety of denominators. This is a fabulous tie in to patterns and proportional reasoning as the kids begin to see the relationships between the numerators and denominators.
This would be a great game to use with invented or reproduced number lines.