MATH WEBSITES FOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS
NWEA, Parent Strategies for Improving Their Child's Math
United States Department of Education, Helping Your Child Learn Mathematics, in the Home Activities
...at the Grocery Store Activities
...on the go activities
...for the Fun of It Activities
Summer Math Activities for Kids
Home School Math
XtraMath (more geared toward elementary)
Free MATH help (more geared toward secondary)
Doctor Genius (elementary)
Kidzone Math, Free Printable Math Worksheets, preschool - grade 5
K5 Learning, Free Math Worksheets, kindergarten - grade 6
FREE MATH APPS FOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS
Prodigy: Prodigy is a free, curriculum-aligned, fantasy-based math game used by more than a million teachers, three million parents, and 50 million students around the world.
It offers content from every major math topic and covers 1,400+ skills from 1st to 8th grade, as well as DoK levels one to three!
As players compete in math duels against in-game characters, it borrows elements from role-playing games (RPGs) such as Pokemon. To win, they must answer sets of questions.
Prodigy also features powerful and immediate reporting tools for both teachers and parents. From Progress Reports to Usage Reports and more, use your student or child’s data to identify where they’re excelling or struggling so you can customize the content in game for them!
Khan Academy: This self-described “global classroom” contains a personalized learning resources for all ages, in and out of the classroom.
From practice exercises to instructional videos created by math content specialists, adaptive technology helps identify strengths and learning gaps.
Twelve a Dozen: This math game comes from Touch Press Games. They make high-quality, fun, educational games designed to strengthen key skills in reading, math and science.
Join the numeric hero, Twelve, on a journey through a universe of numbers.
She’s on a mission to rescue her family and the crumbling world of Dozenopolis from the destructive Ultimate Prime.
Kids will use their skills and understanding of core math concepts to solve puzzles.
The Math Learning Center with Free Math Apps: These apps are based on the visual models featured in Bridges in Mathematics. All apps are available in two or more versions: a web app for all modern browsers, and downloadable versions for specific operating systems and devices (such as Apple iOS for iPad). https://www.mathlearningcenter.org/resources/apps
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