Recommended Math Websites

Recommended Math Website Links

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POWERSCHOOL Here is where you can view your child's progress in each class including assignments, projects, test scores and current grade.

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A+ Math A small website that offers students the choice of games, flashcards, and homework help. Topics range from addition to division and basic geometry, algebra, and inequalities.

AAA Math A great and comprehensive site for all topics covered. Offers games to support the learning as well information for parents in how to help your child learn.

ALEKS.comA pay web site available for students to learn at their own pace and only what they are ready to learn. Program assigns lessons based on student's mastery of previous material. Free trials are available. A good website that helps with exactly whatis covered in Algebra I. An excellent site for helping to master Algebra I. Includes practice worksheets, calculators, and sample lessons for deeper understanding.

BrainPop A website that offers small movies to teach about concepts learned in mathematics. Also has little interactive quizzes for the students to check their learning. (Only contains a small amount of free materials.)

Cool Math 4 Kids A really good and fun site for most math and algebra concepts.

Free Math Help Great site with help offered in both text formats and video format. The use of Flash is needed to view the videos, but very kid friendly and easy to navigate and understand.

Fun Brain Games to help promote fun learning. Not overly educational,but a fun little site.

Help in algebra Nice web site to give you the assistance you need with the basic and more advanced topics of algebra.

Hooda Math Games, tutorials, worksheets, movies, timed tests, learning tools, and mobile games - all to make math fun.

Internet Public Library This website is just what it is called, an Internet library. It has many different links to all subjects, including mathematics.

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Students can make use of our extensive library of content, including interactive challenges, assessments, and videos from any computer with access to the web.

Learning Upgrade This pay site has been purchased by the school district as a tutorial for all three middle school level courses. The site is designed to walk you through the course in a sequential manner. Students can "earn" bronze, silver, and gold level awards for levels completed. Marston Middle School is currently using this site in the classroom but can also be accessed at home to work on.

Learning Wave This site offers links to reinforce many of the basic concepts needed to succeed in Algebra. There are also games to play that practice the concepts learned. A webpage dedicated to the wonderful world of math. Check it out and enjoy!

Math Forum A comprehensive site of multiple websites to support algebra learning. Website is maintained by Drexel University.

Math League This is a website that promotes competition for students across schools in mathematics. This particular link takes you to a help page to refresh ideas learned from grades 4 to grade 8.

Quia A good website for concepts that range from a very primary level to that of a very advanced middle school student. Need to choose links carefully for the concepts that are listed.

Purplemath A website that will tutor students on not only Algebra topics but also pre-algebra and beyond algebra.

S.O.S. Math Nicely organzied topics for both beginning and intermediate algebra topics. Easy to understand. This is the log in page for using our textbook online.

Sumdog Free games to make math fun.

ThatQuiz A great site to drill yourself on all kinds of math concepts. You can adjust the difficulty level and set different time limits. Your session is scored and correct answers are given for missed problems.

Webmath This website offers links to all levels of math starting in elementary and working all the way through high level calculus material. It also appears to have a good links that offers "solutions" to problems.

Your This is a subscription website, but has a lot of good sample videos to help explain the material for middle school and high school level courses.

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