This is a great resource for generating practice questions to follow simple hands on probability experiments.
This site lets you select the dimensions and build using units, rows, and layers. It's a great way to get kids to understand how multiplication works with the physical cubes. Let kids build with cubes while one works the site at the SMART Board.
This site will let you make coordinate grid practice. Be sure to set it for quadrant one only with grid marks. This SLE requires students to use geometric vocabulary (horizontal and vertical) to identify points and name the ordered pair.
This is a great game both for strategy and for practicing time to the quarter hour using terms such as half-past, quarter after, and quarter until. Play the game online, and then print the sheet for kids to play in pairs. Make sure that you require them to write the time using the terms above in order to meet the standard for this SLE.
This is a mixed review over a variety of skills.
This site is great for showing kids a 2D representation and letting them build with their own blocks.