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Math Resources

From worksheet generators to interactive activities and games, the websites here offer a variety of free math resources for parents and online fun for kids. You'll find resources for all skill levels, whether homeschooling pre-school, high school, or anywhere in between. For retail curriculum products and non-free resources, see our math curriculum section.

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Homeschool Math
HomeschoolMath.net is a comprehensive math resource site for homeschooling parents and teachers: find free worksheets, math ebooks for elementary grades, extensive link list of games, interactive tutorials & quizzes, curriculum guide, and math teaching help articles/lessons. The resources emphasize understanding of concepts instead of mechanical memorization of rules.
Illuminations: Resources for Teaching Math
Over 100 online activities and over 600 lessons for preK-12 grade math teachers. brought to you by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
All of the math games, math activities, math worksheets, math e-books and interactive math games on www.iPlaymathgames.com are designed to foster math skill building. However, there are myriad games on the site that do allow differentiated instruction for an interested math learner who wishes to test their budding math skills against their peers or the computer. The math games and math activities available on www.iPlaymathgames.com are meant to be used to either support any math curriculum or just have fun with math!
Johnnie's Math Page
Johnnie's Math Page offers interactive math tools, math activities and math fun for kids and their teachers.
Learn with Math Games
Look here for printable math games and activities for students of all ages. You'll find free games and some games you have to pay for. You can also read reviews of games others have created and find links to other online Math resources.
LINKS Learning for Kids: Math Illustrated Lessons
Illustrations that show fun ways to learn about math. You can start out with Estimation of Length, Place Value and Weight and Capacity. If you want something more challenging, take a look at Line Symmetry, Patterns and Tangrams.
Free middle school math video lessons, worksheets, and quizzes. (Plus a tutoring option.)
Math Fact Cafe
Free math worksheets for elementary school and home use. This includes generators for math drills, flashcards, time, money, and more!
Math Goodies
Math Goodies is a math help portal featuring interactive lessons, worksheets, and homework help. There are over 500 pages of math resources for students, teachers and parents.
Math is Fun
This free resource offers games, puzzles, an illustrated dictionary, printable worksheets, and more. Practice numbers, money, algebra, geometry, using data, and measurement. Designed for grades K-12.
Math Night
A great resource for anyone planning a homeschool math coop or looking for hands-on math activites. You'll find a variety of different math activities designed for displaying on tri-fold poster boards. Each activity includes a detailed description, materials list, and printable materials to be put on the poster board display or used as worksheets.
Math Nook
This site is a great resource filled with lots of free online math games and other fun stuff. There are also videos and a worksheet generator. For a small annual fee you can get access to awesome teacher tools, too!
Math Planet
At Mathplanet.com you can study Pre-algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Geometry online - for free. If you are studying at high school or are preparing for college this is the perfect place for you. You will find all the theory needed to complete your math studies in respective field. You will also find sample SAT and ACT problems.
Math Play - Free Online Math Games
Math Play has a large collection of free online math games for elementary and middle school students. Here you can find interactive games designed to make math drills fun and entertaining.
Math Snacks
Smart and yummy educational animations, mini–games, and interactive tools that help mid-school learners better understand math concepts. Math Snacks are short animations and mini-games designed to present mathematics in a very different way. They give students, especially those who don't particularly like math, another way to look at math concepts.
Math Without Borders: Learn ’em Forwards and Backwards
"Learn 'em Forwards and Backwards" is based on a modification of the Leitner flashcard method for learning all of the multiplication and division combinations.  The program measures each response time and uses the correctness, quickness, and consistency of the responses to adjust the "mastery status" (0 to 5) for that particular problem.  You can bring up a report at any time that will show your mastery status and most recent response time for each problem. The program is written in Javascript, which runs right in the browser, so there is nothing to download or install.  This program is appropriate for remedial middle school and high school students and elementary students.
Math Worksheet Wizard
Free, math worksheets for children. The Math Worksheet Wizard is a simple-to-use tool that generates printables for kids. Teachers and parents can create thousands of custom worksheets for homework or class.
Math Worksheets
Free math worksheets from Math-Drills.com. If you like to use math drills, this is the place to go!
MathABC.com: Free online math practice
Everyday hundreds of kids make use of MathABC.com to improve their math skills. MathABC.com is designed in such a way that each child can practice and work on improving math results. Grades K-6.
MathPickle is a free resource for K-12 teachers. You will find curricular games, puzzles, and mini-competitions for the classroom.

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