Below you'll find several Math Support Resources for grades K-5
The website for our math curriculum, Everyday Mathematics, has many resources for parents. We have second edition.
This website contains all the parent letters (with the answers to the homework) and suggestions for how to help your child reach success. The concepts are also explained, especially helpful for those of us who learned math in the old days.
Everyday Mathematics Parent Connection
Everything you need to help your child succeed in Everyday Mathematics!
This website supports the math curriculum we use in class. It gives many helpful hints to parents.
Practice counting coins using pictures of actual coins.
ABCya! Elementary Computer Activities and Games
ABCya! First Grade children's computer games & activities feature large and easy-to-use navigation buttons as well as voice instructions. Games and activities include: alphabetical order, upper-case and lower-case letters, counting numbers, connect the dots, numerical order, shapes, addition, e-storybooks and holiday games.
A wide variety of online activities to practice first grade skills.
Math drill worksheets
Have you ever wondered where to find math drill worksheets? Make your own here at SuperKids for free! Simply select the type of problem, the maximum and minimum numbers to be used in the problems, then click on the button! A worksheet will be created to your specifications, ready to be printed for use.
Coin counting practice
I Can Read
This is a fun way to practice you sight words.
The computer asks you to listen to sentences and find the sight words asked for.
Students read along with great stories by popular authors.
If you have small kids then make sure to check StoryLineOnline.net. The StoryLineOnline.net website is a project funded by Screen Actors Foundation which hosts online videos where children books read by professional actors and famous people. There are currently 22 videos featuring popular childrens books. Each video can be watched in full screen, includes subtitles and comes with additional activities.
A website that helps with math.
This page is information on the math program
Everyday Mathematics Parent Connection
Everthing you need to help you child succeed in math
Add up the different combinations of coins to get the total amount.
Time Math Facts
Fun practice for all students in all math areas!
http://www.ixl.com/math/practice/All third graders should know their addition/subtractions, mulitplication/division facts by the end of the year! This is a fun way to learn in short spurts.
http://xtramath.comDoes your child's math confuse you? This is a great site to help parents understand the Districts Math Program (Everyday Math)
https://www.mheonline.com/parent_connection_em/tips_activitiesMath games, tips, and resources for students, parents, and teachers.
Send your name to Mars! For free you can register your name to be sent on a computer chip in a module that will be going to Mars.
Everyday Math Free Resources
Want to learn how to do "Lattice-Method Multiplication" with your children? Partial-sums addition? Watch animated tutorials on all of the algorithms presented in the Everyday Math Curriculum.
Lots of math resources for students, parents, and teachers. Check it out!
Math games, tips, and resources for students, parents, and teachers.
Build your math skills and donate food to the World's hungry at the same time. Click on either Basic Math skills or Multiplication Table to get started.
As the logo on this website says, "Watch. Practice. Learn almost anything for free." Watch tutorials on nearly every mathematics concept you can imagine.
Dr. Mike's Math Games
This website offers all kinds of fun games for every age and mathematics ability level. Give the geometry game Sugar Sugar a try!
Fun games to practice math skills. Adding and Subtracting Decimals Basketball makes practicing with this skill great fun!
Math Cats has all kinds of games, craft ideas, puzzles, etc., that will help your child to develop mathematics critical thinking skills. A personal favorite site for many of our staff members.
IXL~Math for the Left and Right Brain
There are over 265 standards-based mathematics skills for your fifth grader to practice! If you have children of any grade, K-8 (geometry and trigonometry coming to the site as well), this site is packed with helpful practice skills. You can also visit the state standards for any state in our union and find expectations if you will be moving.
Fling the Teacher~Math Story Problems Interactive Game
Tulyn Math for All
This site has video tutorials and helpful tips to help your child with fifth grade mathematics content, such as Greatest Common Factor, Lowest Common Multiple, etc.
Cool Math for Kids
All kinds of fun online games! Have fun practicing your math skills!
Another website full of fun learning games.
Watch videos to learn more about everything from prime numbers to adding fractions to divisibility rules. You can also solve logic problems and drag pattern blocks around to construct symmetrical designs. This is a highly recommended site for students from first grade through sixth grade!