• Helpful Math Websites

    Here is a list of websites where you can have fun and puzzle with math at home!

     

    KenKens

    This site is a fun way for your child to puzzle through mathematics and pesevere as basic facts are practiced.

    http://www.kenkenpuzzle.com/play_now

     

    Which One Doesn't Belong

    This site encourages families to reason and justify their thinking as they search for commonalities and differences and determine why each image doesn't belong.

    WODB 

     

    Estimation 180

    This site provides families with pictures that allow for fun conversations around estimation! What's an estimate that is too low? What's an estimate that's too high? What's your best estimate? Why?

    Estimation180

     

    Would You Rather...?

    Who doesn't love a good "Would you rather" question!? This site allows families to engage in playful debates that involve mathematical reasoning and justification.

    Would You Rather...?

     

    BedTime Math

    This program emails a daily math problem with 3 levels of questions: wee ones, little ones, and big ones.  The questions all refer to the same story and get progressively more challenging.

    www.bedtimemath.org

     

    Xtra Math

    This site is similar to Fasttmath used in school. Once an account is created, your child can practice basic facts.

    http://xtramath.org

     

    Math Fact Cafe

    This site offers free printable math worksheets for school and home use.

     http://www.mathfactcafe.com 

      

    IXL

    This is a basic site, where topics are listed by grade and standard.  Practice problems are available.

    www.ixl.com

     

    Mr. Nussbaum

    This is a high quality and creative mathematics website.

    http://www.mrnussbaum.com/mathcode.htm

      

    Illuminations

    This site is written by NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics). Activities can be found for all grades levels, and are excellent for home or school use.

    http://illuminations.nctm.org/

     

    McGraw-Hill

    McGraw-Hill, the publisher of Everyday Math, offers apps for many of the games we play at school.

    https://www.mheonline.com/apps/

      

    Greg Tang Math

    This site offers fantastic activities to promote problem solving.  It is also an opportunity to explore his wonderful books about math.

    http://gregtangmath.com/Home/index

     

    Primary Games

    This site offers math games and activities to students K-2.

    http://primarygames.com/math.htm

      

    PBS Parents

    This is a site that helps nurture development of your child’s early math skills.

    http://www.pbs.org/parents/earlymath/


     

    ABCya 

    This site offers math games and activities for students K-5.

    http://www.abcya.com 

     

    Mathopolis

    This site has skill practice and games for grades 2-5.

    http://www.mathopolis.com 

      

    Fun Brain

    This provides computation practice.

    www.funbrain.com