# XPMath

## PARTNER PROFILE

Tak L. Hui is a lead teacher at I.S. 141Q Steinway. He has taught mathematics for the past 10 years. Tak enjoys creating math games in his free time and created XP Math, a free math games Web site containing almost 100 fun math games aligned to Common Core State Standards (CCSS). He created math games because he enjoys playing them with his students. Many of the math games are based on themes kids enjoy, such as sports, T.V. game shows and video games. Teachers can easily utilize XP Math directly in their own classrooms. To support teachers, he has created CCSS alignment guides for different grade levels, student tracking modules, class tournaments and more. Tak?s greatest joy is in seeing his students improve their math skills through XP Math and (sometimes) beat him at his own game.

Total lessons: 29

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## Probability - Starfish

XPMath
Updated:
Friday, July 15, 2016 - 1:33pm
• Math
• Middle School
Common Core
A fun way for students to practice their understanding of probability. Aligned to Common Core State Standard: 7.SP.5

## Halo - Slope

XPMath
Updated:
Saturday, December 10, 2016 - 7:10pm
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• Math
• Middle School
Common Core
A fun way for students to practice their understanding of proportional relationships, slope and y-intercept. Aligned to Common Core State Standard: 8...

## Integers Addition: -9 to +9

XPMath
Updated:
Tuesday, August 16, 2016 - 7:44pm
• Math
• Middle School
Common Core
Interactive way for students to practice adding integers. Aligned to Common Core State Standard: 7.NS.1

## Integers Subtraction: -9 to +9

XPMath
Updated:
Friday, July 15, 2016 - 1:33pm
• Math
• Middle School
Common Core
A great way for students to practice subtracting integers between -9 and +9. Aligned to Common Core State Standard: 7.NS.1

## Integers Multiplication: -9 to +9

XPMath
Updated:
Friday, July 15, 2016 - 1:33pm
• Math
• Middle School
Common Core
An engaging way for students to practice multiplying integers. Aligned to Common Core State Standard: 7.NS.2

## Integers Division: -81 to 81

XPMath
Updated:
Friday, July 15, 2016 - 1:33pm