I enjoy teaching out of our math textbooks and using the nifty manipulatives, cross-curricular centers, leveled readers, and other integrated activities which come with our math series. However, sometimes, it’s nice to shake things up a bit and jump on the computers or tablets for a little online math fun. My favorite websites are those that my students and I can use without any preparation or hassle, and they must be FREE. You can start using any of these 7 math websites in your classroom immediately!
ProdigyGame – Free, self-paced math games for grades 1-8 with free account membership. There is even a free app for computers and tablets!
SheppardSoftware – Free kids math games. Topics include addition, subtraction, multiplication, fractions, money, algebra, and place value.
CoolMath4Kids – Free math games for kids and teacher. Lessons, games, quizzes, and brain teasers for grades K-6.
KhanAcademy – Educator-created videos, lectures, and practice for math concepts at all grade levels.
MrNussbaum – Games, workshops, practice modules, skill and drill, and printables.
LearnZillion – Instructional videos, lessons, and practice. Teachers can assign lessons without needing student accounts. Common core standards Kindergarten through 8th grade.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives – A digital library featuring manipulatives and activities for all grade levels.
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