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Math Facts Practice Sites

Math Links for all Topics & Levels

Cool Math Links: Organized links to support math at all levels
The best math practice site for all grades! This site breaks down all the math skills for each grade and provides sample practice questions for each skill.  A must see!
Max's Math Adventures- is from Scholastic, and offers a variety of relatively simple math games.
Math to MusicAn innovative way to enhance teaching and learning in the classroom with standards-based songs; tips, ideas, lyrics, and sound files are all here
Great Math Games in all subjects and for all levels
Who Wants to be A Mathionaire- Kids move through math questions and they get progressively more difficult.

Brain Nook provides students with a series of scenarios that they have to resolve by answering mathematics and language arts questions.

TenMarks offers a free online mathematics program designed to supplement your in-classroom mathematics instruction.  In the program there are more than 2,000 video lessons available to students to view on demand.

Develop a Core of Math Problems - Opus is a free math problem bank that aims to help middle school mathematics teachers build math assignments aligned to the Common Core standards. To find problems on Opus, search by entering a topic and selecting a grade. You can also find problems by clicking the “browse the Core directly” link on the Opus home page. Either way, when you find a problem, you can save it to your free Opus account where you can then generate a Word doc or Google Document of all of your saved problems. You can also create an answer sheet in your Opus account. 

Geometry

Math Open Reference is a free online reference for geometry teachers and students. Math Open Reference features animated and interactive drawings to demonstrate geometry terms and concepts.

Division and Long Division

Division and Long Division Practice

Probability and Data


Time for Time- a site dedicated to help kids learn how to tell time

Measurement

The ruler game Kids develop their reading skills as well as help them learn how to use a ruler.

Culinary In the Classroom Culinary topics are an excellent way to introduce math concepts, science principles, and even artistic ideas. Measuring ingredients and converting recipes seems more like fun than math!

Estimation

Eyeballing/Estimation: This is a great site for estimation and other mathy concepts.

Learning about Money
Planet Orange is a website developed by ING Direct for the purpose of helping elementary school students learn some basic money skills. Through a series of "missions" (games) to Planet Orangestudents gain or lose money.

Learn About Money and Banking in America 
What Is the Fed? looks at the history and structure of
the Federal Reserve, the central banking system of the United States. On this site, developed by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, students can learn how the Fed conducts United States monetary policy, regulates banking institutions, maintains the stability of the financial system and provides financial services to depository institutions, the United States government and foreign official institutions. 
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Online Calculators


Primary Math Sites

DreamBox Learning offers free digital math resources for teachers to use in their kindergarten through second-grade classrooms.

Intermediate Math Sites

PBS Kids Cyberchase website offers forty-five educational games for students in third through fifth grade. The games are intended to help students develop their skills in mathematics, logic, and pattern recognition

Brain Nook is a virtual world in which students can practice their mathematics and English skills. Brain Nook provides students with a series of scenarios that they have to resolve  by answering mathematics and language arts questions.

Who Wants to be A Mathionaire- Kids move through math questions and they get progressively more difficult.

Math Enrichment Sites

Integrate Mathematical Thinking into Other Contexts
Based at the University of Cambridge in the UK, the NRICH Project offers thousands of free mathematics enrichment materials (problems, articles and games) for students (aged 5 to 19) and teachers. All the resources are designed to develop subject knowledge, problem solving and mathematical thinking skills. The Web site is updated with new material on the first day of every month.

Who Wants to be A Mathionaire- Kids move through math questions and they get progressively more difficult.

 



















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