MathFeaturedNote: When I started my first website for teachers in 2004, one of my intentions was to share links to other useful websites. At the time, there were a few great sites and new ones cropping up all the time, but nowhere near the variety available now. Over time sites change or disappear, and links go down. So I'm moving the lists of my favorite websites to blog posts, to show that as of the date of this post, these links all work and connect to some resources I've found to be helpful.



 Math Resources:
 A+ Math (Grades 2-8)
  • Flashcards, on-line games, and worksheets
  • Includes basic computation, geometry and algebra skills
 Ask Dr. Math (Grades 2-12)
  • Help for elementary, middle school, high school, and college & beyond
 Kids’ Place Mathematics from Houghton Mifflin (Grades K-3)
  • Activities and on-line math activities for younger students
 Math Forum: Problems of the Week (Grades 4-12)
  • Weekly problem-solving activities for Math Fundamentals through Calculus
 Math World (Grades 8-12)
  • Detailed information and help for higher-level math, including calculus, math history, and number theory Classroom Games (Grades 3-8)
  • Directions for many classroom games to help students practice math facts and problem-solving
 That Quiz (Grades 1-10)
  • Free math activities designed for use by students and teachers
  • includes fractions, money, place value, geometry, exponents, and integers
  • 12 levels of difficulty; optional timer and choice of number of problems per quiz


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One thought on “Websites for Teachers: Math

  • November 22, 2016 at 6:08 am

    I really dig MathWorld and I use it alot. You are missing a few key math sites that I’m surprised about. Like you said it might be that these pages have changed over time. Right now, PurpleMath and and true staples in my class and in my building.


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