# Identifying Fractions Game – Math

Use this interactive activity with the Smartboard or during student computer time as a supplemental activity on identifying fractions. This game gives students practice in matching the picture form of a fraction to the fractional form.

Directions: First, choose if you wish to play with mixed fractions by clicking yes or no. To play, fling the rock to hit the fraction in the bubble that is represented in picture form. Fling a rock to hit the fraction a second time to make it your final answer. You have 5 rocks per question. Play

# Roman Numerals Game – Math

Learn all about Roman Numerals on the Smartboard with this lesson and interactive activity. Roman numerals use combinations of letters and symbols to represent a numerical value.

Directions: First, click on learn for a mini lesson on roman numerals. Click the next button to navigate through the various slides in the lesson. Then, continue to play the game in which you drag and drop the correct Roman symbols in the the white boxes to create the Roman numeral for the number given on the top of the column. Click check after you have chosen the Roman numerals to see if you are correct and to move on to the next question. Play

# Synonym, Antonym and Homonym Game – Reading ELA

Use the Smartboard along with this interactive activity to practice matching synonyms, antonyms and homonyms. A synonyms is a word that means the same thing as another word, an antonym is a word that means the opposite of another word, and a homonyms are two words that have the same pronunciation but different meanings.

Directions: Use the arrow keys to move the frog and to strike a word, press the spacebar or click with your mouse. Choose your content type and game speed and press start to begin the game. A word will appear over the frog with either synonym, antonym or homonym under it. Click on the fly that has the correct synonym, antonym or homonym that corresponds to the word on the frog. Play

# Counting Money Game – Math

Use the Smartboard with this interactive activity on counting money. Practice counting money using and combination of bills and coins or choose to count using the least amount of bills and coins. Count as low as one cent to one hundred dollars.

Directions: Choose level 1,2 or 3 and then select ‘beginner go’ or ‘expert go’ to start the game. You will be given an amount at the top of the box. Drag and drop the correct change into the yellow box to make the correct amount. Click check when finished. Collect ten fish to move on the the next level. Play

# Punctuation Marks Game – Reading ELA

Learn about and practice where to place different punctuation marks in a sentence with this interactive Smartboard game. Punctuation marks are symbols that aid in our comprehension of what we read. Learn about the period, comma, colon, semi-colon, question mark and quotations.

Directions: Read the sentence you are given without any punctuation marks. Then click on one of the flying punctuation marks that belong in the sentence. Then, click on the space in the sentence where the mark belongs. After you inserted the correct punctuation marks a box will appear telling you what each mark you chose says about a sentence. Click next round to continue to new sentences. Play