Click HERE to go to the Khan academy web site. Under the “Watch” tab, view video instructions for Arithmetic and Pre-Algebra or Algebra topics. Additionally, under the “Practice” tab, practice problems on a variety of Arithmetic, Pre-Algebra and Algebra topics are available.
Click HERE to browse teacher-made Math videos.
Web Sites for Practice and Fun
- Math.com - Glossary, calculators, formulas and tables, homework help, practice and games.
- Math Is Fun - Illustrated math dictionary
- Kuta Software - Practice worksheets
- IXL - practice problems- there are a limited number you can do without needing to pay for a subscription.
- Thinking Blocks - Practice problems for addition, multiplication, fractions and ratios.
- Figure This - Challenge problems
- NCTM Illuminations - Activities
- Learning Planet - Games and homework help
- Ask Dr. Math – homework help and formulas
- Cool Math Games - Math games
- AAA Math - Interactive math lessons
- National Library of Virtual Manipulatives – interactive activities and manipulatives for math topics
- Kahn Academy - Videos on many math topics created by teachers
- TI Calculators - Texas Instruments website that has activities and download applications for TI calculators
- SAS Curriculum Pathways - Interactive lessons for students. You will need an account but your school should already have one you can link to.
- CMP2 - This website has interactive activities. It is from the makers of CMP2 but is free to anyone to use.
- Web Math - Resources to look through organized by topic.
- Algebra Lab - Great set of review questions that students can choose based on topic
- Math Play - Free online math games
- GeoGebra - A resource where students can create their own drawings like geometer sketchpad but there are also archived pages where other teachers have made their own drawings. For example you can find a drawing proof for the Exterior Angle Theorem.
- Math Games (FunBrain.com)
Provides almost two dozen games to help teens in junior high or high school learn basic math. 7-02
- Math Games and Puzzles (CTK Math Games for Kids)
Provides games and puzzles that require math to solve.
Where Would our Explorers be without MATH?
"Without math, would our seafaring ancestors ever have seen the world? Great mathematical thinkers and their revolutionary discoveries have an incredible story. Explore the beginnings of logarithms through the history of navigation, adventure and new worlds." From TED-Ed., by George Christoph
Connect four game pieces in a row before your opponent does.
Fill in all the squares with the numbers so that the sum of all row, columns, and diagonals is the same.
Make every circle add up to 99.
Solve an interesting puzzle involving the differences of given numbers.
Challenge others. Challenge yourself.