Sign up is free. EngageNY Common Core Curriculum includes grades preK-8, and high school algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, precalculus and advanced topics. The site includes the "Common Core Standards, curriculum and instructional resources, bilingual resources, performance tasks and assessment guidelines and materials. Fog Stone Isle by Cignition is a virtual world for learners in grades to build conceptual understanding of fractions.
Content aligns to Common Core fraction standards for those grades. Allow several minutes for each game to load on your browser. Each island is populated with multiple terrains and no two islands are alike. As students play games to construct their individual virtual worlds, they can show off their worlds to their peers" Classroom Use section. Fuel the Brain is for elementary grades. Math focuses on K-3 objectives. The site is very engaging, developed by an elementary teacher and a graphic designer.
Under curriculum strands, you can find resources sorted by NCTM identified math strands. Content is devoted to educational games on math, language arts, science, history, music, geography, and art.
Resources for teachers and parents are numerous. Great Graphing Resources for Grades from StartLocal Australia is a collection of links to sites for learning how to graph. The suggested grade level for use is indicated; some are game-based. Get the basics on coordinates and the x-y plane, learn different types of graphs, and graphing equations.
They are all math and designed with mastering math basic skills in a fun, engaging way. Teachers will also find free worksheets and a word problem generator. The Learning Site provides online activities and tutorials related to their K-5 texts.
Hooda Math by middle school math teacher Michael Edlavitch is a "free math site for teachers, parents, and kids featuring math games, math worksheets, math tutorials, and math movies. The standard is listed and paired with Web resources that address the skill or concept to be developed. Other features include printable worksheets, reports for progress tracking, and awards.
The site provides a colorful, engaging environment for mastering skills. Guests can access "20 problems per day" for free with feedback on answers to help with understanding; however, the service is subscription based. IXL includes a diagnostic for six strands in math and also for a working math grade level. It "is the site to find fun math for kids, math games, and even a little math homework help.
Interactive math activities from across the web have been organized by topic to make math learning enjoyable and interesting. For parents and teachers, you will find math lessons and math worksheets as well as links to other math teaching resources. For those who like a challenge, you will find free math games in the math puzzles section. Learning Games for Kids features educational games in multiple categories designed for learners in preschool and elementary grades: Students are exposed to real life environmental problems designed for them to see the connectedness and relevance of math, science, geography, language arts, and cultural experiences.
Mathematics as a Second Language includes courses in Arithmetic, Algebra, and Calculus in Everyday Life, which students and teachers can use to review or learn concepts in a self-paced mode.
Materials are available in different formats: Videos also present arithmetic as the gateway to algebra. Tutorial information is provided within content. Math by Design was designed for middle school learners and focuses on problem solving meeting geometry and measurement standards. Students may build two environments: Both are rich with interactives and online hints to help students refine and build upon their knowledge of geometry and measurement.
Extensive educator resources provide valuable assistance for teachers to seamlessly integrate Math by Design into classroom instruction" About section.
Math in Action videos are available for learners "to see how people such as architects and cake designers use geometry and measurement concepts everyday in their jobs" Educator Resources section. Math by Design was produced by Thinkport. Elementary students interactively explore the world of polygons, polyhedra, large numbers, magic squares, lissajous, and more in MicroWorlds. Master concepts with games, crafts, art, puzzles, projects, word problems.
There is information for teachers and parents. This award-winning site is by Wendy Petti. He offers several interactive puzzles and games for elementary learners to have fun.
But there is learning, too, as students practice addition, subtraction, money skills, pattern matching shape, number, color , for example. Older learners also benefit, as students really need to think as they do these. Work interactively for FREE from your home or school on Math problems organized into 86 levels and increasing of addition, subtraction, ordering, multiplication and division, dealing with numbers and fractions, decimals, percent, algebra, geometry, time, in direct as well as more analytic word problem format.
There are step-by-step explanations for answers. Start with a level suitable for you and practice your way up. Keep track of your progress. Teachers can create homework problem sets and get class scores reported in a table format. A team from the University of Waterloo Canada created this series of free self-contained lessons of 45 to 70 minutes each.
Each lesson addresses a specific math concept using an online math game or technological tool and then follow-up downloadable paper-based exercises. The combination is designed for the most part as reinforcement and practice at the end of a unit. These engaging lessons can also be used when the teacher is absent. Math Goodies from Mrs. Glosser features interactive math lessons, homework help, worksheets, puzzles, and message boards.
The site is primarily for students in grades Younger students might benefit depending on their math background and reading skills, as well as older students who need remediation. Math Goodies also has a page of interactive calculators for basic arithmetic, loan payments, solving quadratic equations, and generating a random number.
Maths for all provides interactive practice for concepts typically studied in grades , pre-algebra, algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, precalculus, trigonometry, and statistics. Each classroom resource set includes a selection of interactive media, games, videos and learning tools. Math Nook , by Thomas and Jan Hall, includes free online math games that target a variety of basic skills. Some games have varying levels of difficulty. There are also free math worksheet generators e.
This material is useful for teachers, parents, and students. Animated characters created with Flash add to the appeal of this learning site for grades The site offers interactive word problems, games, flash cards, logic puzzles with a focus on applying arithmetic operations, using geometry and algebra concepts, whole numbers, decimals, fractions. There are some virtual math manipulatives also, such as a protractor, fraction bars, equivalent fractions, percents, a spinner for probability, function machine, pattern blocks, and a geoboard.
Math Worksheet Site will allow you to create printable math worksheets, either with or without answers, from your browser. These are suitable for elementary students learning basic arithmetic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division , measurement, telling time, least common multiples, reducing fractions. Number lines and coordinate plane grids for graphing can be generated, and a block chart useful for introducing prime numbers. Lessons and extension resources are designed to help build critical thinking skills, also.
It contains math resources for students, teachers, and tips for parents for grades K-5 aligned to Michigan state standards. However, individuals in other states will also benefit. After selecting a grade level, you will see a series of specific links to web resources to help learners master the content addressed by the standard.
This site is highly recommended for the selection of activities and organization of the site. Games are included for the classroom, for play over the Internet, or for download to play on your computer.
You will find over resources related to the Common Core Math Standards and can refine your search by grade level, learning domain, and alignment. In general, search options include by education level, resource type, subject, standards, and an advanced search option to further narrow what you are looking for.
Most are open educational resources. New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning: Mathematics course materials at the elementary K-8 level are posted by grade level and also include accelerated materials for grade 7 and algebra 1 at grade 8. They are also available in Spanish. Noetic Learning Math Worksheet Creator includes free drill and practice worksheets with randomly generated problems. Teachers can set criteria for problems displayed in number sense and place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, money, and fractions.
The paid membership gives access to other topics in elementary math. The format for presenting problems with the worksheet creator is horizontal, so students may need to recopy problems to paper to line up numbers appropriately for completing calculations.
Answers can be entered online and correct answers are displayed when students indicate they are done. Numbertime , brought to you by the BBC in the UK, helps preK-2 students to begin building their math skills via animations, games, songs, and movies.
PBS LearningMedia includes free media resources searchable by grade level, standards, media type, and subject. Resources include video and audio segments, interactives, images, documents, lesson plans, productivity tools for teachers, self-paced lessons,and student-oriented activities.
The mathematics section features K-8 mathematics strands, and high school number and quantity, algebra, geometry, functions, statistics and probability. Math at the Core: Middle School is a featured collection of media and activities aligned to the Common Core standards.
Primary Resources UK provides free worksheets and lesson plans, activity ideas, and resources for elementary grades in multiple subjects. Many teachers have added their contributions for your use. Some include use of Flash animation for added engagement for learners. Prodigy is a game-based resource, which is adaptive based on game-play and includes content aligned to Common Core math standards for K Reporting and assessment tools are included to help teachers differentiate instruction.
Prodigy includes over math skills in number and operations, geometry, spatial skills, data relationships, probability, and beginning algebra skills.
Access to all education content is free, but a membership gets the player some additional game-features. They use problem-solving and critical thinking skills, apply math skills in an authentic situation, and practice their reading skills.
Each activity takes about one class period. Choose mysteries to solve using logical reasoning, whole number operations, fractions and ratios, money and decimals, patterns and missing number equations, combinations and probability, measurement and time, and geometry and spatial relationships.
Three levels of difficulty are provided. Sheppard Software provides numerous free online interactive games and activities for K-8 math, which are designed to be fun for learners. Sections include K-2 early math, basic operations, mixed operations, time, percentages, place value, money, measuring, fractions, decimals, algebra, probability, geometry, and more. Older learners can also benefit.
Math sections will help students at all levels, including adults, with basic skills: Sections contain fact sheets, quizzes with varying difficulty, and printable worksheets with answers. These are organized by grade, subject, and topic. Explanations of many concepts are provided.
Statistics in Schools from the U. Census Bureau helps to educate K students about the value and use of statistics in everyday life. The program provides resources for teaching and learning with real life data. Common Core standards-aligned, classroom-ready activities in math and history, data visualizations and more are included. Teach R Kids features Math for Elementary School Kids with interactive lessons on topics in number basics, sequences, patterns, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, calendar, time, rounding, and money.
Online worksheets with immediate scoring and correct answers are available for pre-K students, grades 1, 2, 3 and upper elementary.
Some of the activities are timed, which allows students to see their improvement. Students can work on mastery at their own pace. The curriculum is comprehensive covering topics in. An "in-game virtual math tutor monitors progress and teaches concepts when you need it most. School volume discounts are available. TimezAttack is a "real kid-friendly" multiplication tables video game from BigBrainz.
Students learn their multiplication facts for with this engaging software. The base version is free; Pricing for the premium version is available for individuals or schools.
The difference in versions is primarily the level of graphics. The goal is for students ages 6 and up to escape the monster-filled dungeon by navigating through a maze filled with doors that open when multiplication facts are correctly answered.
There are lessons, quizzes and a speaking clock that can be played with. Everything is spoken and animated. There are also quick access menus for teachers with a series of automated time teaching worksheets.
Turtle Diary contains a collection of free online math games for preK-5 learners:. Visual Fractions , by Richard Rand, is an online tutorial with instruction and interactive practice in identifying, renaming, comparing, and operating on fractions, including mixed numbers add, subtract, multiply, and divide. All examples are modeled with number lines or circles.
This site helps students, primarily in grades , to picture fractions and operations on them. Visual Math Learning is a free educational web site developed by W.
Bateman, who indicates that the site features "an interactive on-line tutorial for teaching elementary mathematics and basic arithmetic for grades K at the pre-algebra level. It is an instructional aid for parents, teachers, and educators of primary, elementary, and middle school students, as well as a resource for lesson plans, homework help, and home schooling math lessons. The tutorial includes games, puzzles, interactive diagrams, and computer animated virtual manipulatives that emphasize active learning concepts by visualization.
Its easy-to-use format is suitable for students who want to improve their skills through online games, drills, and problem solving. Students can review topics through the completion of exercises or additional questions and also develop mathematical independence, judgment, and original and creative thinking.
Questions and problems will appeal to beginner, intermediate, and advanced students. Answers for all exercises and full solutions for challenges; extension sections are also provided. Worksheet Library has several thousand printable K-8 worksheets in PDF format for teachers, parents, and home-schooled students. While there are hundreds offered for free, there is a nominal yearly fee for access to all.
Subjects addressed include mathematics, language arts, science, and social studies. Graphic organizers and time savers are a plus. XP Math offers free arcade-like games for learners in grades , which are grouped by categories: The developer is a middle school teacher. Games are linked to specific standards within the Common Core Standards for Math.
Graphics are of high quality. Teachers can also monitor student progress. Math includes seven progressive levels and addresses numeration, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, chance, patterns, algebra, data and graphs, measurement; shape, space and geometry.
ZooWhiz also works on mobile devices. Premium subscriptions are available. Educators may be using apps in their classrooms that have not been vetted by their school district, as they might wish to just try them out.
Or, they might not have read the terms of service carefully to ensure strong privacy and data security to protect students. Department of Education, developed the following documents to provide guidance on this issue. In its State of EdTech Privacy Report , Common Sense reported on "a three-year examination into how student information is collected, used, and disclosed. It evaluate[d] of the most popular applications and services used in educational technology using two broad criteria: Only 10 percent of the applications or services met [the] minimum criteria for transparency and quality in their policies," but readers are cautioned about making judgments about individual vendors and should read policies carefully p.
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