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YouCubed also has a variety of math challenges that can be solved in many different ways.

When working on math challenges, try to see how many ways you can solve a problem. If there are multiple solutions for a challenge, see how many solutions you can find. Often in math, there is no one right answer, and there is usually no one right way to solve a problem.

A great way to practice fractions (and ratios, division, multiplication, etc.) is through cooking and baking (that's how I learned fractions!). Having kids measure ingredients, double or halve recipes, etc. brings fractions to life.

Motion Math has games for practicing number sense, fractions, etc. This game isn't free, but they offer a free trial.

Dragon Box has math apps for all ages and from topics ranging from basic number sense to algebra.

Mathbreakers is a 3-D virtual math game that helps with addition, subtraction, and fractions.

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