- A+ Math
This site provides children with fun, interactive activities to practice basic facts on all levels. It uses a flash card format to reinforce math facts through entertaining games. One beneficial feature is that the games give "hints" to help children remember the answer, without giving the answer to them.
A very straightforward fact drill program that can be used online or downloaded free of charge (Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory).
- Arithmetic Four
The game is like "Connect Four." Players must answer an arithmetic fact to be able to enter a piece of their color on the board. Operations can be selected and timer set for answering each fact. Difficulty levels can be adjusted as can the operations used.
- Cross the Swamp (BBC)
This British applet asks students to supply a missing operation (+/- or x/÷) and a number to complete an equation (e.g., 4 _ _ = 12). There are five questions in a set, each with three levels of difficulty).
A site that will generate worksheets, exams, puzzles and lessons on teaching the basic facts.
- Flashcards for Kids
An online flashcards tool that allows the user to select the operation(s), number size, complexity, score, timer, and other enhanced options.
The FunBrain website contains numerous games on computation as well as a teacher quiz bank and resources for parents.
The Funschool website contains mathematical games on number concepts and operations, fractions, decimals, percents, geometry, probability, patterns and equations.
- Math Forum
This is a part of the Math Forum website that lists interesting questions and answers on many number operations as well as online flash cards.
- Practice of Basic Facts
This link takes the user to over 100 clearly stated links, all relating to the practice of basic facts. There are multiple links to sites providing practice in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and more.
- SpeedMathDeluxe (Jefferson Lab)
Players are given four numbers between which they must enter one of the four operation signs so that the resulting expression equals a given number. Requires an understanding of order of operations and occasionally integers but a very nice applet.