**Math Portals**

**Access Maths**created to share and store maths resources and maths games for maths teachers. It has been born from a passion for well structured and enjoyable maths resources with an aim to inspire both teachers and students in the field of mathematics.These maths resources are aimed to help teachers engage students within the maths curriculum, by presenting the work in a way which will excite the pupils and most importantly help them learn!

**Trying to make math meaningful - article**

**Scratchwork**is an online whiteboard and video conferencing tool designed with math students in mind. The platform works like many similar services as it provides you with a whiteboard on which you can draw, type, and import images to annotate. Scratchwork is a little different than other services because it includes a Latex editor for writing equations. Scratchwork also offers an option to draw on a tablet and import those drawings. The collaboration aspect of Scratchwork comes into the picture when you activate the video conferencing component built into Scratchwork. (www.freetech4teachers.com)

**Mathspace**(Website and app) This award-winning platform combines three useful functionalities: an online maths textbook, workbook and mark book. Students can use Mathspace to get help with their math problems. It allows them to work on online math exercises and get instant feedback at each step in the process. Mathspace also provides ‘a bank of over 15,000 interactive questions covering everything from addition to algebra, geometry to graphing, probability to statistics.’ As a computer-based system, Mathspace has been used across a wide variety of schools and from the testimonies shared on the website, it seems that Mathspace is really doing a great job enhancing math instruction and learning.

**SeeSaw introduced a handful of new tools for students**to use in the creation of their digital portfolios. One of those new tools is a whiteboard interface onto which students can drag and drop math manipulatives. Students can use freehand drawing tools along with the manipulatives to demonstrate how to solve mathematics problems. In the video www.freetech4teacchers.com

**Woot Math**is a research-backed platform for schools. It is designed to help teachers reach more students in their classroom. The Woot Math platform helps students make their thinking visible as they dive into new math material. Students have access to collaborative features that foster rich math discussions throughout the school year.With Woot Math, teachers can deliver personalized learning to their students as children build their confidence and tackle new math skills.

**Zearn**Thorough scaffolding and reinforcement of learned skills, great resources for live instruction, and tons of useful data. Students begin class with whole-group instruction. Next, students get in-class time working independently or with one or two partners on digital lessons, then work in small groups with a teacher to "deepen, extend, and remediate" based on detailed reports of student progress.

**Math is Visual**is a website that features videos and images that are designed to help students understand mathematics concepts. There's more to the site than just some videos and pictures. With every video you will find written directions for using the visual aids in a lesson. You can find videos on Math is Visual by using the search box or by going to the how to page and choosing from the playlists on that page. ( www.freetech4teachers.com )

**Storyboard That**offers some lesson plans for teaching elementary school mathematics with storyboards.

**Braingenie**is a free service offered by the CK-12 Foundation. Braingenie provides online math and science practice activities for elementary, middle, and high school students. Braingenie's library of activities is divided into nine sections and many subsections. The nine sections are 1-8 Math, Brain Math, Algebra I, Algebra II, Precalculus, 6-8 Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Students can use Braingenie independently by simply going to the site and clicking on the "learn and practice" button. Students can use any and all of the practice activities without having to register on the site. Students who do create Braingenie accounts can save their progress and their scores.www.freetech4teachers.com

**Space Math**is a NASA website containing space-themed math lessons for students in elementary school through high school. You can search for lessons according to grade level or mathematics topic. (www.freetech4teachers.com )

Math Central is an Internet service for mathematics students and teachers. This site is maintained by faculty and students in Mathematics and Statistics and Mathematics Education at the University of Regina in Canada.’

**Resources For Writing In Math Class.**

**StudyLadder**( K - 5) The site includes some interactive games, videos, and other content.

**Math Landing**is a database of mathematics lessons and interactive resources for use in elementary school. You can search for lessons and interactive resources by grade level and or by mathematics topic. You can search Math Landing and access the resources without registering. If you do register you can participate in the Math Landing message board community, share resources, and create personal folders of resources that you find in the Math Landing community.

**Collection of more than 60 free math textbooks.**The collection, provided by Open Culture, is organized alphabetically and covers a wide range of math topics from abstract algebra to computational geometry. Some of these textbooks are available for free download in PDF format, others can be read online. Check out the list from this page.

**MathScienceMusic.org** is a free web-basedd toolkit for teachers, bringing together the best resources in math, science and music. Designed for students, kindergarten through college.

**Growth Mindset “With Math I Can” Initiative & Resources**Often kids feel frustrated when they come across a tough math problem. Replace the notion of “I’m not good at math” with “I am working to get better at math” by embracing a growth mindset.

**Scratchwork**

**i**s a new online whiteboard and video conferencing tool designed with math students in mind. The platform works like many similar services as it provides you with a whiteboard on which you can draw, type, and import images to annotate. Scratchwork is a little different than other services because it includes a Latex editor for writing equations. Scratchwork also offers an option to draw on a tablet and import those drawings. The collaboration aspect of Scratchwork comes into the picture when you activate the video conferencing component built into Scratchwork. Scratchwork's free plan has a limit of four boards and three collaborators. (freetech4teachers)

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**Math Forum**: http://mathforum.org/ Also go to

**MathTools**at http://mathforum.org/mathtools/

A wealth of resources designed to help you use the power of interactive software to enhance the teaching and learning of mathematics. Above all else, Math Tools is a community of users which includes students, teachers, mathematicians, researchers, and software developers.

**Mathigon**showcases the tremendous power, great beauty, and countless applications of mathematics. Mathigon uses interactive

**ebooks**,

**games**,

**animations**, and

**videos**to present advanced mathematical ideas in new and innovative ways. The topics range from prime numbers to hyperbolic geometry, networks, origami, or quantum mechanics.

Click Here to Experience Interactive Platform

Click Here to Access Resources for Primary and Secondary Teachers

Click Here to Access Prototype of Next Generation Textbook

Click Here to Access Interactive eBook

**Galileo**website is a starting place for teaching with

**inquiry**. The website has

**articles**and

**resources**to learn about inquiry-based education, as well as plenty of research. Start on the home page and then check out the full set of

**classroom lessons**and

**examples**. The site offers plans for specific high school, middle school, and primary school

**math investigations**. You can also download the

**and read about what inquiry means, learn how to construct**

*Focus on Inquiry eBook***essential questions**, and much more.Click Here to Visit Website

**Math Open Reference**This site covers K–12 math content, including an extensive encyclopedia of terms with graphics that can be manipulated to represent different quantities. For example, by dragging the cursor at particular points on the images, the user can change the radius of a circle, move coordinates on a grid or number line, or move the lines of a square and the equation automatically updates based on the new positions. http://www.mathopenref.com

**Four Equation Editors for the Chrome web browser**

**Internet Math Library**http://mathforum.org/library/ Searchable, annotated library gives you quick access to thousands of the best math and math education related resources on the web

**Mathalicious**- gr 6 - 12 Use real-world examples to teach your students critical math skills.

**iPractice Math**all-in-one Math sites It allows educators to track student performance and generate detailed reports to see their progress in different areas of Math. Also, a user can find, problem walk-throughs, worksheets, definitions, and more. iPractice Math is designed for K-12 and covers a wide range of subjects such as: fractions, decimals, algebra, and much much more.

**Math Snacks**isn’t a curriculum, but a series of activities you can use with the curriculum you are already using in grades 4-8. Math Snacks materials address critical content including number sense, ratio, proportion, measurement, scale factor, and pre-algebra. Some Math Snacks address more than one content area and can be used in a variety of lessons at different grade levels.

**LearnBop**- A site for educators teaching Math in grades K-12 that tracks student progress and allows educators to differentiate instruction.

**CK12 Real World Math Lessons**

**Tildee**is a free tool to help you create and share instantly and easily tutorials on any subject. With a clear and user friendly interface, you go straight to the point: write your own tutorial. More than that, you will be able to add maps, images and even videos to any step in a tutorial.

**Matific**is a site for finding educational resources for Math in grades K-6th. These resources include videos, worksheets, activities, and more w/ an educational portal that allows educators to track student progress. Also, teachers are using this to assess students performance in Math and differentiate instruction. There is even a free mobile (iOS/Android) app for El Ed math games.

**mySkillBoard**is a nice new site for differentiating instruction. The way this is done is by an educator inputing student data into mySkillBoard and then being able to assess students through different visualizations. Also, an educator can align student skills to Common Core Standards and even use it on any mobile device.

**New Zealand Maths**

New Zealand has traditionally been far advanced in their mathematics education, and this site is a representation of why. Created by the Ministry of Education, NZ Maths provides several resources for every grade level and standard. Check out special sections on the left for professional development, accelerated learning, high achieving students, special education, and much more.

**Math Is AweSum!**

**Grades PreK-13+ | Collection**

Use this jam-packed, NEW collection of videos, lesson plans, and interactive games to help your students engage with curriculum and tap into the true power of numbers.

**Math at the Core: Middle School**

**Grades 5-8 | Collection**

Fractions, statistics, and ratios - oh my! Find math-focused media aligned with the CCSS in this fantastic collection for middle school

**National Science Digital Library.**Plan on spending some quality time here - it's a stunning array of easy to find resources and online tools that are directly linked to the Common Core Math standards

**World of Teaching**http://www.worldofteaching.com/index.html Use and alter these presentations freely It doesnt replace good teaching, but it does help visualise and concentrate the mind of the children watching the powerpoint.

**Wolfram Education Portal**http://www.wolfram.com/edu/

Wolfram has developed this portal as a way to access their precollege Demonstrations by grade level (K - 12) and subject, as well as by searching. Demonstrations often have the power for students to change variables. Many demonstrations are downloadable.The site offers help and related resources:

* information for teachers, parents, and students

* videos and screencasts

* related links

**Teacher2Teacher**http://mathforum.org/t2t/ Want some help teaching math? Looking for fresh ways to engage your students? T2T are experienced math educators helping everyone teach better.

**NCTM**: National Association for math teachers. Members have access to extra resources, but there are lessons and on-line activities for non-subscribers also. http://www.nctm.org

PBS TeacherSource: Terrific site that enables you to search lessons and activities by grade level and subject area. Topics include: data analysis, geometry, measurement, numbers and operations, algebra, patterns, functions, problem solving, statistics and probability. http://www.pbs.org/teachersource/math.htm

**Media 4 Math**videos, tutorials, games ...

**I-math from Illuminations**from NCTM:

**i-Math Investigations**are online, interactive, multimedia math investigations. All i-Maths are built around interactive math Java applets, and some also include video clips. There are two lengths of i-Maths: single-day and multi-day, as identified below. http://illuminations.nctm.org

Also at Illuminations, be sure to check out the “Inquiry” section. For an extensive list of additional math manipulative sites, Use this dynamic table to selectively search over 1100 carefully reviewed Internet math resource, including interactive tools, such a math manipulatives to be used in your classroom. Click on any grade band or standard, or click in the white box to choose a standard/grade band combination. This will take you to http://illuminations.nctm.org/swr/index.html

At this web page you will be able to click on your grade band (or topic selection)

and be directed to a wealth of additional math resources, including interactive

tools, such a math manipulatives to be used in your classroom

**IXL**- One of the most popular sites for math for grades K-8th as well as for learning algebra and geometry. Not only does this site have an educational portal for student tracking and reporting but tons of lessons to choose from as well. With the ability to track student "trouble" areas a teacher can adjust their teaching to help meet the needs of their students.

**Nuskool**This is a site that uses pop culture as teaching moments for students. Tailored to grades 6th-12th students learn a variety of subjects such as: Math, Science, English, etc through educational lessons based on the different elements of pop culture (video games, sports, films, etc.).

**MathDisk**is a service that teachers can use to develop interactive mathematics worksheets. Through MathDisk's "Math Builder" tool you can design mathematics models that your students can use online. The models and worksheets you develop online can also be downloaded to use offline if you also install the MiBook software on your desktop or on your Android device.

If you don't have time to create new materials, the MathDisk gallery has pages of models and worksheets that you can choose from. Everything in the gallery, like everything you create through MathDisk, can be downloaded and or embedded into your own website or blog.

**Buzz Math**interactive math workbook which provides middle school students with immediate detailed feedback, examples, and motivation to allow them to progress at their own pace.

**Plus**is an internet magazine which aims to introduce readers to the beauty and the practical applications of mathematics. Plus provides articles and podcasts on any aspect of mathematics and it also features review of math books and well as challenging math puzzles.

**Math Live**is a neat mathematics website hosted by Learn Alberta. Math Live presents students with animated stories that teach mathematics lessons. In all there are twenty-three lessons for elementary school and middle school students. The lessons are divided into four categories; Number, Patterns and Relations, Shape and Space, Statistics and Probability. Each animated lesson is accompanied by a mathematics worksheet that students complete either while watching the lesson or after viewing the lesson. Each lesson is divided into sections and students can advance or rewind as needed.

**Math Munch**http://mathmunch.org/ by Anna Weltman, Justin Lanier, and Paul Salomon

- On the "For Teachers" page, the "Why Math Munch" gives an overview. Also includes link to a Tedx Talk they did. Favorite quote: "We write Math Munch to help more kids find something mathematical that they love."

**Math Tools**http://www.mathforum.org/mathtools/

Part of the Math Forum at Drexel University, includes a catalog of technology resources for math on the web. The catalog includes hundreds of tools, lessons, and activities that are categorized and searchable by grade level and content.

**TenMarks**is a service that offers an online mathematics program designed to supplement your in-classroom mathematics instruction. All of the problems in TenMarks' bank of more than 20,000 are aligned to Common Core standards. Within TenMarks teachers create class rosters and accounts for their students. After creating rosters teachers can assign practice problems to students. Teachers can assign problems based on the Common Core Standards that their students are trying to reach.

**Wolfram Project**http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/topic.html?topic=Elementary%20School%20Mathematics&limit=20 Interactive demonstrations of math concepts for elementary students. Some need a free player at http://www.wolfram.com/products/player/

**Common Core Problem Based Curriculum Maps**tasks and problems from others fellow math bloggers and sites like the mathematics assessment project (a resource onto its own http://map.mathshell.org/materials/index.php) Curriculum maps for grades 5 to Algebra 2 using those resources that you can use and modify to fit your needs.

**Develop a Core of Math Problems**Opus is a

*free*math problem bank that aims to help middle school mathematics teachers build math assignments aligned to the Common Core standards. To find problems on Opus, search by entering a topic and selecting a grade. You can also find problems by clicking the “browse the Core directly” link on the Opus home page. Either way, when you find a problem, you can save it to your

*free*Opus account where you can then generate a Word doc or Google Document of all of your saved problems. You can also create an answer sheet in your Opus account. Click Here to Visit Website

Click Here to Search Common Core Problem Bank

**Design Mathematics Models With MathDisk’s Math Builder tool**, you can design mathematics models that your students can use online. You can also download the models and worksheets to use offline if you install the MiBook software on your desktop or on your Android or iOS device. If you don’t have time to create new materials, the MathDisk gallery has pages of models and worksheets from which you can choose. Everything in the gallery, like everything you create through MathDisk, can be downloaded and/or embedded into your website or blog.

Click Here to Visit Website

Click Here to Access Gallery

**NRICH**is a provider of mathematics curricula and lesson plans covering everything from basic addition through advanced algebra and geometry. NRICH has sections for teachers and sections for the students

**The Handley Math Page**

http://www-prod.pen.k12.va.us/Div/Winchester/jhhs/math/mhome.html

For almost 40 years, David Pleacher challenged his high school math students with word problems that he wrote himself. From 1998 until his retirement in 2006, Pleacher posted his puzzles online, with solutions and names of students who correctly solved them. Here is a chronological listing: http://www.doe.virginia.gov/Div/Winchester/jhhs/math/probweek/problog.html

The Handley Math Page also houses:

* lesson plans and worksheets

* math poems and songs

* math quotes

* math facts (tables and lists about numbers, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, some in Spanish)

* interactive puzzles

* math humor

**Math Goodies**Math Goodies is your free math help portal featuring interactive lessons, worksheets, and homework help.

**Interactivate- Common Core Aligned Lessons**- Interactivate (part of Shodor.org) includes activities (online practice) and lessons (a series of well-defined and understandable chunks that do seem to be a complete lesson). Activities and lessons are based upon Common Core, other state standards and NCTM as well.

**Learn Zillion - Common Core Aligned Lessons**has a growing compilation of Common Core aligned lesson plans and other resources. It appears the lessons start in volume at 3rd grade and up.

**CIESE Collaborative Projects**(gr. 4-12)

http://www.ciese.org/collabprojs.html A series of collaborative projects that use the Internet's potential to reach peers and experts around the world. Each project has a brief description, and links to the NCTM standards and Nation Science Standards it supports.

**Florida State Math Education**: Activities, games, logic puzzles for k-12 http://www.math.fsu.edu/science/Education.html

**The Middle School Portal**click

**Mathwire**: The activities on this site were developed by Terry Kawas and the teachers in districts where she has worked as a math consultant and coach. The activities are classroom-tested by teachers, and appropriate modifications have been made to reflect this field-testing. All activities and worksheets support the constructivist approach to learning mathematics and the NCTM Standards. http://mathwire.com/ Activities are organized under:

* A-Z List

* Standards

* Topics

* Archives

* What's New

**Technology for Teaching "Thinking Mathematics**http://www.mathcasts.org/mtwiki/

Resources organized by category (Tools, Subject, Grade Level) or by Type:

* InterActivities (ready-to-use activities with directions, usually with a specific set of goals)

* Activities

* Good Questions

* Mathcasts

* Animations

* GeoGebra

* Second Life

**Math Open Reference**

Using interactive tools and compelling animations, it provides an engaging way to learn and explore the subject. Teachers will have new ways to teach, and the students a new way to learn that is fun and engaging. http://www.mathopenref.com/

**Argyll Centre**of Edmonton Public Schools in Canada. Resources address elementary and secondary topics in numbers/operations, patterns and relations, shape and space, probability and statistics, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. Students can engage with interactive learning activities, see movies, and manipulate excellent Java math applets to study concepts. The site is also an excellent resource for the home-schooled student. http://argyll.epsb.ca/jreed/

**Math Ideas:K-6**http://www.ilovethatteachingidea.com/ideas/subj_math.htm Ideas for teaching bsic concepts.

**McRel**: Lesson plans, activities, resources, standards connections http://www.mcrel.org/resources/links/math/

**Connexions**: Connexions is a site designed to help users share knowledge and build communities. The Content Commons contains educational materials, and organizes them in small modules that are easily connected into larger courses. http://cnx.org/

**Sage:**Sage is a new open source mathematics program designed to do everything from map a 12-dimensional object to calculate rainfall patterns under global warming. This free software, developed by William Stein, associate professor of mathematics at the University of Washington, reveals how it performs its calculations -- so that other mathematicians can scrutinize the code. Sage is freely available for download for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux platforms. http://www.sagemath.org

**danicamckellar.com:**Danica McKellar, the author of the book for middle school girls titled "Math Doesn't Suck: How to Survive Middle School Math without Losing your Mind or Breaking a Nail," The Web site includes math videos from PBS math related shows. http://www.danicamckellar.com/

**Cyberchase**- The series teaches students ages 8-12, math concepts in engaging epidsodes correlated to NCTM standards. Chock full of interactivity, online stories and logic problems. http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/parentsteachers/

**Math Projects**- Project-based learning is a terrific way to link your curriculum with real world events and applications of concepts that your students are learning. These resources will inform you about project based learning, link you to projects on the Web, and help you and your students to design your own curriculum-based multimedia projects. http://www.ct4me.net/math_projects.htm#Projet

**Classroom Compass: science and math resources.**Includes sample classroom activities with ideas about learning and instruction. (Department of Education)

http://www.sedl.org/pubs/classroom-compass/

**Marco Polo**– Search for Math Lessons, Interactives and More… - http://marco-polo.org

**Math Sites to Count On**Dozens of math-related Internet sites will add to your lessons and multiply your effectiveness! Included: Recommended sites for teachers of K-3, 4-6, and 7-12 plus Games for Math Whizzes and More Math Resources for Teachers! http://www.education-world.com/a_lesson/lesson061.shtml

**Interactive Math Activities**: All levels http://www.cut-the-knot.org/Curriculum/index.shtml

**Plane Math**http://www.planemath.com/planemathmain.html Integrated math and science lessons and an online airplane design center.

**321 Know Math**Features alternative methods for teaching K-4 math http://www.321know.com/

**CESAME**

**Support site for Investigations**A comprehensive K - 5 mathematics curriculum project which supports teachers who are implementing investigations in number data and space. There is a discussion area where you can share your ideas, and games., http://www.lab.brown.edu/investigations

**King Math**: Math activities for math beginners, fractions, geometry, and more http://www.k111.k12.il.us/king/math.htm

**Web Math**: Comprehensive categorized resource of math sites http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/bjpinchbeck/bjmath.html

**Math Archives**: Large collection of materials for teaching math http://archives.math.utk.edu/k12.html

**Multi Collection of wonderful math sites grades 3 -5**

http://www.galaxy.gmu.edu/~drsuper/Virtual_Manipulatives/gmu895/3_5.htm

**Math Ideas:K-6**http://www.ilovethatteachingidea.com/ideas/subj_math.htm Ideas for teaching bsic concepts.

**Education Place**: links to activities, projects, and brainteasers in math http://www.eduplace.com/math/index.html

**Math Projects**- Project-based learning is a terrific way to link your curriculum with real world events and applications of concepts that your students are learning. These resources will inform you about project based learning, link you to projects on the Web, and help you and your students to design your own curriculum-based multimedia projects. http://www.ct4me.net/math_projects.htm#Projet

**Videos**

**Math is Visual**is a website that features videos and images that are designed to help students understand mathematics concepts. There's more to the site than just some videos and pictures. With every video you will find written directions for using the visual aids in a lesson. You can find videos on Math is Visual by using the search box or by going to the how to page and choosing from the playlists on that page. ( www.freetech4teachers.com )

**Seven Youtube Math Channels**K-12

**Numberphile**- Simply a list of videos about numbers, like pi, Graham's Number, the Golden Ratio, Googol, and other delights for math geeks.

**Math in Motion**videos that can help youth in

*with the basics of mathematics. The idea is to peel back the layers of math and just present it in an easy-to-understand manner. The*

**grades 3–9***free*videos use animated characters and colorful, moving graphs to illustrate math principles, such as division, decimals, and fractions

**The Futures Channel**has come to the rescue of Math teachers who are constantly asked the question, "when are we ever going to use this?" On the Futures Channel there are many lesson plans and lesson ideas relating math (and other subjects) to current "real life" situations.

**ADA Project**is an open multimedia mathematics resource that covers everything from basic arithmetic to calculus. On the ADA Project’s homepage, teachers or students can select a category and then choose a topic. Within each topic, they will find a set of sample problems. Each sample

**problem**is accompanied by a link to reveal the solution, a

**video**that explains the solution, and a link to a

**discussion forum**. The questions and answers can also be printed.

**I <3 Math**is a helpful way to introduce Common Core mathematics concepts to your students. This collection, designed for grades 4-8, will help your students understand the "how" and "why" behind mathematical problem solving.

**Get the Math**videos don’t just loosely connect math to the real world; everything is specific, clear, and presented in a totally relatable, fun way. Subjects are diverse, featuring many people of color and women in nontraditional industries. Some of the challenges are better than others;

**Math A Tube**is a compilation of videos from a variety of users and other websites. Videos are categorized by mathematics topics and sub-topics. The videos demonstrate everything from basic addition through Geometry. The videos on Math A Tube are user-generated so some videos are better than others

**Videos Connecting Math and Science to the Real World**(9-12) The

**Massachusetts Institute of Technology**developed

**BLOSSOMS**(

**B**lended

**L**earning

**O**pen

**S**ource

**S**cience or

**M**ath

**S**tudies) to help students engage in a meaningful way with STEM subjects. BLOSSOMS uses

*free*

**video**

**segments**to build on math and science fundamentals by relating abstract concepts to the real world. Educators and professionals contribute their knowledge and learning to an

**open database**that anyone can access. Every

**50-minute lesson**is a complete resource that includes video segments, a teacher’s guide, downloadable handouts, and a list of additional online resources relevant to the topic.

**Math Shorts**is a series of 21 animated math video lessons. The majority of the videos are designed for third through eighth grade. Each of the videos has a Common Core standard aligned to it. All of the videos have supporting materials from PBS Learning Media attached to them.

**Math Videos**use graphics and animation to "peel back the layers of math and just present it in an easy-to-understand manner.

**TED.com videos**

Ted Education

Math Videos

Jeopardy Youtube Videos

Math Snack Videos

Math in Movies

Ted Education

Math Videos

Jeopardy Youtube Videos

Math Snack Videos

Math in Movies

**Glean**designed to help teachers and students locate educational videos. The site is currently focused on topics in

**. When you search on Glean you will find video lessons arranged according to topics and Common Core standards. As registered Glean users students can ask questions of other users while they are watching video lessons. After watching a video students have the option to watch it again or click through to a related video lesson.**

*math and science***Get The Math**Solve real-life algebra problems with diverse crew.

**Math Shorts**the series now contains ten animated videos for elementary school and middle school students. Each of the videos has a Common Core standard aligned to it. All of the videos have supporting materials from PBS Learning Media attached to them. More videos will be added.

**Planet Nutshell**launched a new series of educational mathematics videos.

**Get the Math**features short videos of professionals explaining and or demonstrating the role of mathematics in their fields. After watching the videos students try to complete a series of challenges based upon the work in each professions. For example, after watching the Math in Fashion video students have to design a shirt to match a specific price point.

**Rhyme 'n Lear**n is a series of math and science lessons presented in short rap music form. About half of the raps are provided in video format with visuals to support the lesson. The other half of the lessons are audio only, but do have transcripts available to help your students or you follow along

**YouTube channels for math students**.

**Numberock**is a YouTube channel that features quick music videos that teach and or reinforce elementary school math lessons.

**Matific**is a great site for finding educational resources for Math in grades K-6th. These resources include videos, worksheets, activities, and more w/ an educational portal that allows educators to track student progress. Also, teachers are using this to assess students performance in Math and differentiate instruction. There is even a free mobile (iOS/Android) app for El Ed math games.

**Art of Problem Solving.**The Art of Problem Solving offers a variety of tutorial resources for students. Some of the resources are free and some are not. The highlight of the free resources is a catalog of more than three hundred short instructional videos like the one embedded below.

**The bulk of the videos are designed for pre-algebra and algebra lessons.****TeacherTube Math Videos**http://www.teachertube.com/channel_detail.php?chid=54 Educationally focused, safe venue to upload, tag and share videos worldwide. The site also lets you attach support files such as assessments, lesson plans, and notes

**Math A Tube**- A great resource for math students/teachers for all areas of math. A person can not only find videos and worksheets, but explanations of all sorts of math concepts (ie, geometry, decimals, fractions, etc.). -

**Media 4 Math**videos, tutorials, games ...

**Gooru**is a service that aims to provide teachers and students with an extensive collection of videos, interactive displays, documents, diagrams, and quizzes for learning about topics in math and science. Access to hundreds of resources according to subject areas such as chemistry, biology, ecology, algebra, calculus, and more. Within each subject area you can look for resources according to media type such as video, interactive display, slides, text, and lesson plans.

**Common Core 4 Kids**

Common Core 4 Kids is a website that “math videos and quizzes that teach the basic math concepts that children need to know to get a strong foundation in math. The math videos not only helps students get a strong understanding of the concepts but also helps teachers and parents to assist in the learning effort.”

**Cool Math**

This is one of the oldest math platforms out there. It was founded around 1997 and provides a wide variety of interesting math resources and materials. For those of you not yet familiar with site, Cool Math has three websites: "Coolmath.com offers "math for ages 13-100" -- explanations that are easy to grasp on topics like algebra, pre-calculus and more." "For 12 and under users, Coolmath4Kids is an amusement park of math, games, and more, designed to teach math and make it FUN." "This is {a } brain-training site, for everyone, where logic & thinking meets fun & games. These games have no violence, no empty action, just a lot of challenges that will make you forget you're getting a mental workout!"

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**Mathalicious- Real-World Problem-Solving**- includes “real life” topics that keep students engaged. This site provides junior high math teachers with lessons to teach math in a way that engages their students and understand how the world works.

**NBC's Science of Football**is a series of ten videos from NBC Learn explaining and demonstrating math and science concepts as they relate to football.

The list of topics covered in the Science of NFL Football includes Torque & Center of Mass, Pythagorean Theorem, Geometric Shapes, Projectile Motion & Parabolas, Vectors, Kinematics, Nutrition, and Newton's 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Laws of Motion.

**Math in Real Life**is a series of TED-Ed lessons. The "real life" context in these lessons isn't things like "how calculating percentages helps you be a frugal shopper." The "real life" context found in the videos in the Math in Real Life series is broad in nature. For example, you will find lessons about how math is used to guide ships and calculating rates of travel in space.

Techmath Tech math is a channel that ‘obsesses over methods to make maths easier! [It provides] Math Tricks for fast results!’

ProfRobBob Here you can find full length lessons with multiple examples covering topics from Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, PreCalculus, Calculus, and Statistics.

Mathantics features tons of video tutorials on everything related to Math.

Professor Leonard This Channel is dedicated to quality mathematics education. Videos are organized in playlists and are course specific.’

Krista King Krista ‘recorded tons of videos and written out cheat-sheet style notes and formula sheets to help every math student—from basic middle school classes to advanced college calculus—figure out what’s going on, understand the important concepts, and pass their classes, once and for all.’

Free Math Videos This channel is also run by a math teacher who offers free math tutoring and videos to help students ‘gain better understanding of mathematics’.

Mashup Math a mathematics education YouTube channel run by young teachers on a mission to meet the unique needs of students with a visual learning preference.’

Math Meeting covers almost all ‘math subjects from basic level math through upper level calculus and statistics’.

Learn Math Tutorials This channel provides a growing resource of helpful math tutorials.

The Video Math Tutor The Video Math Tutor offers a variety of math tutoring videos ‘plus many helpful study tips, calculator tips, and "Brain Teasers."’

TeacherTube Math Another math channel that covers topics such as fractions, multiplication, elementary math, middle school math, high school math, college math, and anymore.

Mathbff This channel offers math videos covering algebra and calculus from a MIT graduate.

Simon Deacon

‘This channel is to help with your math studies through school, college and university. Real maths, tips, resources, videos, word problems, numeracy, arithmetic, games, BIG questions, past papers are all either on the channel or the Maths Wrap website.’

NumberRock Math Songs This channels provides animated math videos and educational songs for kids to make math learning fun and engaging.

HEGARTY Maths This channel is to provide help to students out there who need a little extra help and cannot afford tutoring. I produce the channel for free in my free time outside my full time job as a maths teacher.

**Virtual Nerd Mobile Math**has a library of videos to choose from. This app gives you the opportunity to search by grade level,

**Math Is Power 4 U**. Math Is Power 4 U is a large collection of tutorial videos primarily covering topics found in middle school and high school math courses. The videos are short and direct. You could make very similar videos yourself, if you wanted to. The best aspect of Math Is Power 4 U is the searchable database of videos. The database, hosted by Phoenix College, makes it easy to quickly find a video explaining topics in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, and half a dozen other topics.

**Math View**This is a YouTube channel that features extensive collections of advanced mathematics videos accessible to everyone.

**Your Teacher Math Help**

**Math Help Channel from YourTeacher is a YouTube channel where you can find hundreds of free math videos**

**PatrikJMT**This is one of the most popular supplemental math education channel on Youtube. Its videos are intended to be a supplement to what a good teacher is providing you with in the class room.

**High School Math Videos for the Flipped Classroom**

**is a YouTube channel in which students can watch and interact with math videos. Each of the videos contains a series of math lessons and challenge activities. To complete a challenge students click on the video to answer questions. If they answer correctly, they move on to the next question. If they answer incorrectly students are shown another video clip that explains the correct answer.**

__PBS Math Club__**Math Pickle**- This free collection of hand-picked K-12 math videos is gathered together and organized by a math teacher. Many pose math related challenges

**Improving Math Performance with Inside Math (videos and lessons)**- The Noyce Foundation created Inside Mathematics to help educators transform their math practices and to help students better understand the meaning behind the math.

**The Futures Channel**has come to the rescue of Math teachers who are constantly asked the question, "when are we ever going to use this?" On the Futures Channelthere are many lesson plans and lesson ideas relating math (and other subjects) to current "real life" situations.

**Mr. Robb’s Math Videos**: This channel originally started out as a means for students to remember their lessons after class has been dismissed, but grew into an exceptionally comprehensive resource on almost all things mathematical.

**Mathademics:**Mathademics is a community learning tool based out of Northern Illinois. Mathcast video tutorials are created by certified teachers who are dedicated to improving and making learning accessible to all students.

**The Video Math Tutor:**This is a useful channel that provides several tutoring math videos covering different topics including basic math lessons, calculator tips, and brain teasers.

**PatrickJMT Free Math Videos**: With nearly 200,000 subscribers, this channel is considered to be one of the best math channels on YouTube. It has videos on different topics such as calculus, derivatives, differential equations, limits, integrals, and more.

**The Video Math Tutor**: This is a useful channel that provides several tutoring math videos covering different topics including basic math lessons, calculator tips, and brain teasers.

**Numberphile**: If you are a math teacher who wants to teach numbers differently, this channel has some videos to help you do it.

**PatrickJMT Free Math Videos:**With nearly 200,000 subscribers, this channel is considered to be one of the best math channels on YouTube. It has videos on different topics such as calculus, derivatives, differential equations, limits, integrals, and more.

**Statistics Learning Center:**With clear, short, entertaining videos, learn the basics of statistics from an expert teacher

**Youtube Math Group:**http://www.youtube.com/group/MathTutor

**Ten Marks**web-based math program is used by students across 25,000 schools and 7,000 districts. Each day, students in all 50 states use TenMarks to solve millions of math problems, improving their math skills and confidence.

**Brightstorm**offers hundreds of short videos with fun teachers for all high school subjects including Math, Science and English; plus Test Prep programs.

**Mathematics Online:**This channel offers math videos on

**geometry formula derivations and more.****Your Teacher**is another great YouTube channel that offers free math lessons from geometry to preparations for different tests.

**Mathcasts**is a maths' revision website made to help you prepare for your maths exams. It has lots of videos for KS3, GCSE and A level. All videos have practice questions to try

**WOWmath**provides videos covering the entire year of

*You can also check WOWmath.org for more resources and videos in a more organized format.*

**Algebra 1and 2 and AP Calculus AB.****101 Questions**shares images and videos as prompts for developing math questions. Each image and video has a 140 character field in which you can enter your question. Questions are compiled and can be Tweeted. Take a look at the top 10 to get a feel for what you will find on 101 Questions. I've embedded one of the videos from 101 Questions below. I won't pretend to be able to explain the larger purpose of the site as well as Dan does, so I'll just encourage you to go read his blog post about it. And if you need more background on who Dan Meyer is, watch his TED Talk Math Class Needs a Makeover.

**The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics divides the mathematics curriculum into the following strands:**

* Number and Operation

* Algebra

* Geometry

* Measurement

* Data and Probability

**The Futures Channel**http://www.thefutureschannel.com/

This site offers high quality clips on how math is used in real life.

**Math Pickle**is a nice site for locating videos and exercises appropriate for teaching a variety of mathematics concepts at a variety of grade levels. When you visit Math Pickle you can browse for videos by grade level. Once you've selected a grade level you can then refine your browsing to a particular concept. Each concept has a demonstration video and links to Keynote and Powerpoint files for teachers. Each concept also has links to PDF worksheets that you can download and print.http://www.mathpickle.com/K-12/Videos.html

**Free Math Videos Online**http://www.math-videos-online.com/

**Neo K**: http://www.neok12.com/

Educational Videos for Kids about Science, Math, Social Studies and English

**Teacher Zone**is a compilation of more than 1,000 mathematics tutorials videos created by Ten Marks tutors. The videos cover everything from basic elementary school mathematics skills through high school Algebra and Geometry skills. The videos in the Teacher Zone collection are all hosted on YouTube but you can only be access the categorized collection by registering for a free Teacher Zone account. http://teacher.tenmarks.com/

**Video Snippets on Math Topics**http://www.mathpower.com/video.htm

Short video clips of a teacher explaining pre-algebra and algebra topics.

**Math TV**http://www.actionmath.com/

Problem solving video

**Mathematics in Movie**s is a website developed by Oliver Knill, a Harvard Mathematics professor. Mathematics in Movies is a collection of video clips from popular movies and television shows in which references to mathematics are made. One clip that I enjoyed comes from an episode of The Office in which Oscar tries to explain the concept of a budget surplus to Michael. I've embedded the episode below. s for middle school students http://www.math.harvard.edu/~knill/mathmovies/index.html

**Countdown**http://countdown.luc.edu/

This professional development web site is devoted to the demonstration and support of effective mathematics instruction. Through the use of indexed video clips and related support materials, viewers can explore specific math concepts at their own pace. Whether you´re an educator brushing up on formulas, a fifth grader figuring out equivalent fractions, a grad student completing a methods assignment or a concerned parent seeking an "electronic" math tutor for your child...this site is a rich math resource available for your repeated use.

**Khan Academy**http://www.khanacademy.org/

Over 1400 YouTube videos on a variety of topics, largely math and financ : high school

**Logic Incorporated**https://admin.acrobat.com/_a729309453/netsimplementationtnorfar/

Algebra I Instructor, Northwest Classen High School, Oklahoma City Public School District

**Mathematical Lectures Using Slideshows and Streaming Videos**

These are designed as review for college students, but they would be great to use at the high school level. http://www-math.cudenver.edu/%7Erbyrne/flash.htm

**Watch n' Learn Math Clips**http://www.kyrene.org/schools/brisas/sunda/math/math_clips.htm

Video clips created by Mrs. Sunda's Fifth Grade Gifted Math Students

**Teaching Math: A Video Library**http://www.learner.org/resources/series34.html

See how high school teachers use the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics standards and group learning to reach a broad range of students. In this library, teachers demonstrate the fine art of guiding students through reasoning and problem solving. Students comment on the new way of learning, often expressing frustration as well as the sense of accomplishment they feel when working through problems with peers. From Annenberg Media. Free downloadable videos and support materials.

**MathCasts**http://www.mathcasts.org/index.php?title=Main_Page

A wiki that contains a growing number of "Whiteboard Math Movies." They are looking for contributors!

**Whiteboard Movies**http://www.coolschooltools.com/whiteboardmovies.html

Directions for making your own Whiteboard Movies

**How to Do (almost) Anything in Math**http://www.mathplayground.com/howto_index.html

Students can submit questions and teachers can submit videos that explain their questions.

**Internet Archive**http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=math%20tutorial

**Blossoms**The open repository of interactive high school lesson video modules sponsored by MIT's Learning International Networks Consortium (LINC). Every lesson, filmed in high school classrooms from Brooklyn to Beirut to Bangalore, is still a complete resource that includes video segments, a teacher's guide, downloadable hand-outs, and a list of additional online resources relevant to the topic.

**http://blossoms.mit.edu/**

**MathPlayground**http://www.mathplayground.com/mathvideos.html

Videos on elementary and middle school topics

**MathTrain**http://www.mathtrain.tv/ Kids teaching kids videos.

**Mathematics in Movies**http://www.math.harvard.edu/~knill/mathmovies/index.html movie video clips in which Mathematics appears.

**Watch Know**http://www.watchknow.org/ math videos for kids to learn by

**MathPlayground**http://www.mathplayground.com/mathvideos.html

**Online Manipulatives**

**National Library of Math Manipulatives**http://matti.usu.edu/nlvm/nav/vlibrary.html

**Educational Java Programs**http://www.arcytech.org/java/java.shtml

This site includes math manipulative programs for:

• Learning to count money

• Reading and setting time/clocks

• Pattern blocks/exploring fractions with shapes

• Base 10 blocks/exploring whole decimal numbers, place value and algebra

• Integer bars/exploring basic math, fractions, etc.

• Fraction bars/exploring equivalent fractions, ordering, adding fractions, etc.

**Visualizing Multiplication**http://mathforum.org/mathtools/tool/3035/

Math Learning Center, for example, provides several manipulative options, such as rekenreks, geoboards, number lines, and number frames. Apps and websites that provide these types of virtual tools are easy to use, support students with conceptual understanding, and increase student access to math tools.

**Matific**– Awesome site with virtual math manipulatives. It will also give manipulatives to students in their own language.

**Math Tools**http://www.mathforum.org/mathtools/

Part of the Math Forum at Drexel University, includes a catalog of technology resources for math on the web. The catalog includes hundreds of tools, lessons, and activities that are categorized and searchable by grade level and content.

**Connecting Cubes**These virtual connecting cubes let you do everything you can with physical connecting cubes, plus much more. Easily align and snap. Includes mats for number lines, place value charts, and graphs. Ipad |

**SELECT Math website**http://boston.k12.ma.us/teach/technology/select/

This is another site which organizes links to virtual manipulatives found on other sites. The site was developed by the Boston Public School District to link virtual manipulatives to the math and technology curricula, grades 6 through high school. Activities are aligned to MA state standards and to the Connected Math textbook series by Prentice Hall. The site contains links to many virtual manipulatives at sites such as Shodor and the National Library of Virtual Manipulatives, organized as shown in the chart below.

**Number Frames**(free for iOS, Chrome, and other web browsers) The Math Learning Center has lots of great resources for students, including interactive math tools to help students practice skills. With this tool, students explore the relationships between numbers as they represent each operation with virtual manipulatives. Math Learning Center, for example, provides several manipulative options, such as rekenreks, geoboards, number lines, and number frames. Apps and websites that provide these types of virtual tools are easy to use, support students with conceptual understanding, and increase student access to math tools.

**Interactive Math Sites**A teacher-created list of interactive mathematics sites to use with the whole class via an interactive whiteboard, TabletPC or workstations http://www.kenton.k12.ky.us/SmartBoard/smartmath.htm#interactiveonlin

**Aplus Math**provides Interactive math resources for teachers, parents, and students featuring free math worksheets, math games, math flashcards, and more.

**ExploreLearning**offers a catalog of modular, interactive simulations in math and science for teachers and students in grades 6-12. The simulations are called "gizmos." Gizmos are fun, easy to use, and flexible enough to support many different teaching styles and contexts. http://www.explorelearning.com/

**Math's Fun**This philosophy behind this website is to make math learning fun and enjoyable. It features a myriad of lessons and activities provided by teachers and math community from all around the world.

**Math Open Reference**This site covers K–12 math content, including an extensive encyclopedia of terms with graphics that can be manipulated to represent different quantities. For example, by dragging the cursor at particular points on the images, the user can change the radius of a circle, move coordinates on a grid or number line, or move the lines of a square and the equation automatically updates based on the new positions. http://www.mathopenref.com

**Math Central**for mathematics students and teachers. This site is maintained by faculty and students in Mathematics and Statistics and Mathematics Education at the University of Regina in Canada.

**Number Grouping**- elementary - This activity is useful for young children who are just beginning to learn how numbers are made up. The object is to group the ones into tens to see what numbers come up. – http://www.edbydesign.com/btcount.html

**Thinking Blocks**- Interactive blocks that combine the power of Cuisenaire Rods, video tutorials, guided instructions, and explorations to help solve math problems. Valuable for K-8 math and algebra concepts. http://www.thinkingblocks.com/

**iGetMath**: Base 10 lets kids flick and pick up objects to move them across the screen to change the balance of an equation.

**The Interactive Mathematics Classroom -**A digital library of third-party technology resources for teaching mathematics. Grades 3-12. Topics include: Algebra and Patterns, Calculus ,Decimal Operations, Geometry, Mathematical Proof, Measurement, Probability, Statistics Thinking Mathematically, Trigonometry, Vectors, General http://www.interactivemaths.net/

**Mathplayground**http://www.mathplayground.com/

Elementary and Middle School manipulatives, games, and videos.

**Interactive Pattern Blocks**http://ejad.best.vwh.net/java/patterns/patterns_j.shtml

**E-xamples**http://standards.nctm.org/document/eexamples/index.htm

All age groups Created by NCTM.

**Our Montessori**http://www.our-montessori.com/home.html Interactive shockwave applets and games for developing conceptual understandings.

**Base 10 Blocks**: Exploring Whole Decimal Numbers, Place Value, and even Algebra with Blocks http://arcytech.org/java/b10blocks/

**Tangrams**

**-**http://mathforum.org/mathtools/tpow/24048/

Use an interactive applet to discover some of the relationships among the pieces in a set of Tangrams.

**Educational Manipulatives by Arcytech**http://arcytech.org/java

Elementary school topics One of the first of its kind.

**Train Trouble**- http://mathforum.org/mathtools/tpow/24045/ How fast is the train moving to allow Herman and Sheila to each escape the tunnel?

**OBBL Math Toys**http://www.geocities.com/nummolt/obbl/index.html

Creative applets for open-ended math explorations

**Math Playground**– http://www.mathplayground.com

**Math Playground**is a mathematics learning site for students in grades K - 6. Practice your math skills, play a logic game and have fun!

**Argyll Centre**- resources for elementary and secondary topics in numbers/operations, patterns and relations, shape and space, probability and statistics, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. Students can engage with interactive learning activities, see movies, and manipulate excellent Java math applets to study concepts. The site is also an excellent resource for the home-schooled student. http://argyll.epsb.ca/jreed/

**Can You Fill It?**Players estimate the volume of different sized containers by trying to fill them with water using the fewest number of pots. http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/games/liquidvolume/liquidvolume.html

**Car Number Line Game**– Interactive number line for elementary and beginning algebra students http://www.teacherlink.org/content/math/interactive/flash/home.html

**Patterns**

A

**nnenberg’s Teacher’s Lab Patterns**http://www.learner.org/teacherslab/**PBS Teacher Source**: Select your grade level and then topic http://www.pbs.org/teachersource/math.htm**Visual Patterns**: http://www.visualpatterns.org/ by Fawn Nguyen- Her post explaining the site: http://fawnnguyen.com/2012/12/27/introducing-a-new-site-visual-patterns.aspx
- Students are given a visual pattern, draw the next one in the series then figure out how many objects in the 43rd step, find equation for the pattern.

**Rounding-Off & Estimation**

**Play "Round Off"**- from BBC Education Maths File - has decimal rounding

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/mathsfile/shockwave/games/roundoff.html

**Play Place Value Puzzler**- choose a level (easy, medium, hard, super brain)

http://www.funbrain.com/tens/index.html

**Estimation 180**contains 180 pictures that contain a prompt to estimate something like height, quantity, or volume.

**Pop Penguin and the Place Value Race**is a new game on Math Playground. The free game is played in a classic board game style in which students advance along the board by completing math challenges of varying degrees of difficulty.

**Rounding and Estimating Game**

**Rounding and Estimation**- from AAA Math.com http://www.aaamath.com/est.html

**Estimate (K-12)**http://oswego.org/ocsd-web/games/Estimate/estimate.html This site from the Oswego School District in NY state allows for estimation of numbers and fractions on a number with 7 different levels of difficulty. This site can be used with a Smart Board.

**Interactive Estimation**

**Problem Solving Activities**

**Mathalicious**This site helps educators teach Math through real world engaging problems. Also, Mathalicious lessons are aligned to common core standards that promote problem solving and critical thinking skills. Mathalicious has a wide variety of resources for teachers such as: handouts, lessons guides, and presentations.

**Opus Math Problem Bank -**Teachers can search by grade level and subject area, and Opus will produce a series of problem, with the associated Common Core standard.

**Expii.com**is a

*free*interactive website focused on math and science, where students, are encouraged to add their voices and teaching styles to the canon of

**problem-solving lessons**. Each topic on Expii is built to support

**multiple explanations**to help learners build deep knowledge by connecting with others who offer explanations that make sense to them. The

**Expii Solve**section of the site poses thought-provoking, interactive mathematics problems that relate to current events and pop culture. Each set has five problems that vary in difficulty. Students can get instant feedback while they’re working on their solutions. Scroll down the main page after signing in.

**Would You Rather?**quick and fun math challenges for students. Would You Rather? presents a picture with a mathematics problem that asks “would you rather?” Most of the questions have a financial aspect to them. For example, is this challenge that asks “would you rather go on a 5 minute shopping spree in the store of your choice or get a $2,000 gift card to the store of your choice?” Would You Rather? offers a simple worksheet that your students can use to analyze the choices presented to them in the challenges.

Webmath is a math-help web site that generates answers to specific math questions and problems, as entered by a user, at any particular moment. The math answers are generated and displayed real-time, at the moment a web user types in their math problem and clicks "solve." In addition to the answers,

*Webmath also shows the student how to arrive at the answer.’***Prodigy**- A free online Math game aligned to Common Core Standards grades 1-6th. Best of all this game differentiates instruction and educators can track students' progress as well as generate detailed reports.

**Zearn**Thorough scaffolding and reinforcement of learned skills, great resources for live instruction, and tons of useful data. Students begin class with whole-group instruction. Next, students get in-class time working independently or with one or two partners on digital lessons, then work in small groups with a teacher to "deepen, extend, and remediate" based on detailed reports of student progress.

**ADA Project**is an open multimedia mathematics resource that covers everything from basic arithmetic to calculus. On the ADA Project’s homepage, teachers or students can select a category and then choose a topic. Within each topic, they will find a set of sample problems. Each sample

**problem**is accompanied by a link to reveal the solution, a

**video**that explains the solution, and a link to a

**discussion forum**. The questions and answers can also be printed.

**Videos Connecting Math and Science to the Real World**(9-12) The

**Massachusetts Institute of Technology**developed

**BLOSSOMS**(

**B**lended

**L**earning

**O**pen

**S**ource

**S**cience or

**M**ath

**S**tudies) to help students engage in a meaningful way with STEM subjects. BLOSSOMS uses

*free*

**video**

**segments**to build on math and science fundamentals by relating abstract concepts to the real world. Educators and professionals contribute their knowledge and learning to an

**open database**that anyone can access. Every

**50-minute lesson**is a complete resource that includes video segments, a teacher’s guide, downloadable handouts, and a list of additional online resources relevant to the topic.

**Expii Solve**( gr. 6 - 12) is a series of more than fifty sets of mathematics word problems. Within each set there are five problems aligned to a theme.

**Solvy**designed to help educators and students solve real world Math problems. For example, if a student wanted to be an architect or see how things were built, this would be a great tool. Also, this is a great tool w/ educational portal that allows educators to select what topics they want to cover while Solvy automatically grades their work. This allows educators to assess and differentiate instruction for each student.

**Interactive Percentage Game**

**Get the Math**features short videos of professionals explaining and or demonstrating the role of mathematics in their fields. After watching the videos students try to complete a series of challenges based upon the work in each professions. For example, after watching the Math in Fashion video students have to design a shirt to match a specific price point.

**101 Questions**shares images and videos as prompts for developing math questions. Each image and video has a 140 character field in which you can enter your question. Questions are compiled and can be Tweeted. Take a look at the top 10 to get a feel for what you will find on 101 Questions. I've embedded one of the videos from 101 Questions below. I won't pretend to be able to explain the larger purpose of the site as well as Dan does, so I'll just encourage you to go read his blog post about it. And if you need more background on who Dan Meyer is, watch his TED Talk Math Class Needs a Makeover.

**Wolfram Problem Generator**is the latest tool from the computational search engine (Wolfram Alpha) This is a site for Math teachers/students that are looking to solve problems in a wide range of areas (i.e., order of operations, division, calculus, etc.). Also, WPG allows users to create printable worksheets as well as set the difficult of their problems to beginner, advanced, or intermediate.

**Absurd Math**an interactive mathematical problem solving game series. The player proceeds on missions in a strange world where the ultimate power consists of mathematical skill and knowledge.

**Teaching Ideas**

*, activities and resources for your primary and secondary classroom.*

**Find free problem solving teaching ideas****NRICH**is a site filled with problem-solving activities to challenge and engage kids to think mathematically. Students are encouraged to take an “explore, question, notice and discuss” approach when developing solutions in real-world contexts. A multiplayer feature enables students to form groups. Additional features include interactive whiteboard, offline games and STEM projects.

**Ratio and Scaling Numbers Word Problems**

**Round up or down after division**

**Reading Scales - Capacity Word Problems**

**Bar Charts**

**Interpret Pie Charts**

Scholastic’s Math Huntshttp://teacher.scholastic.com/mathhunt/index.asp

Scholastic’s Math Hunts

**Scholastic’s Math Mavin’s Mysteries**http://teacher.scholastic.com/maven/

**Scholastic’s Max’s Math Adventures**http://teacher.scholastic.com/max/index.htm

**Plane Math**– A web site that hopes to improve access to mathematics and aeronautics curricula materials for 4th-7th graders with physical disabilities and inspire and motivate students with physical disabilities to pursue aeronautics-related careers -http://www.planemath.com/planemathmain.html

**Place Value Games**

**Math Challenges for All Students**- Download PDFs of problem sets, with solutions, drawn from NCTM journals. http://www.nctm.org/mathcounts/

**Real World Math**http://score.kings.k12.ca.us/real.world.html

**Recycle City**http://www.epa.gov/recyclecity/This interactive site allows students to implement recycling programs to transform "Dumptown" into "Recycle City". To make this simulation realistic, students must implement the programs within a budget.

**Mathematics and Elections**- Classroom resources for studying and explaining the mathematics involved in the election process. http://mathforum.org/t2t/faq/election.html

**Mathematical Moment**http://www.ams.org/mathmoments

The American Mathematical Society's latest "Mathematical Moments" connect mathematics with the world: From global warming to Sudoku; racing for America's Cup to reconstructive surgery; preserving archaeological treasures to burying carbon dioxide.

**Math in the News**http://www.usatoday.com/snapshot/news/snapndex.htm

**AIMS Puzzle Corner**http://www.aimsedu.org/puzzle/The Activities Integrating Math and Science (AIMS) offers over a hundred printable math puzzles, categorized by type and difficulty." Puzzle categories include Arrangement, Dissection, Divergent Thinking, Number, Logic, Toothpick, and Visual For solutions, follow the link on the main page (you won't find the solution linked from the individual puzzle pages.)

**Mudd Math Fun**http://www.math.hmc.edu/funfacts mathematics department at Harvey Mudd College has created a web site with ideas and puzzles designed to change the way students think about math. Called “Math Fun Facts,” the site includes tidbits such as the math behind card shuffling, poker, fractals, and music. Designed as a resource for enriching math courses and nurturing interest and talent in mathematics, the site offers popular and fun math-related facts each day. Word problems, puzzles, and quick lessons provide information on various math-related topics. Users are able to search for content by subject, such as algebra, number theory, probability, and geometry.

**I knowThat.com**http://www.iknowthat.com/com?COOK must have cookie reception enabled.

**Cymath**is another free app that also lets students scan typed or handwritten math problems to see solutions and steps. Of the three apps on this list, this one had the largest field of view for the camera. It also has the cleanest user interface except for a banner ad that appears in the free version. Cymath is available for Android and iPhone.

**Photomath**was the first app that I remember having the capability to let students snap a picture to get the answer to a math problem. It will not only show students the answer it also shows the the steps required to solve a math problem. When I recently tested the app against the other two in this list, it was the most responsive of the three. It also felt the most intuitive of the three. Photomath is available for Android and iOS.

**Math Stories: Word Problems for K-8**http://www.mathstories.com/

**Brain Teasers**http://www.eduplace.com/math/brain/

**Brain teasers and math puzzles**http://www.syvum.com/teasers/

**United Kingdom’ Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching**http://www.ex.ac.uk/cimt/puzzles/puzzindx.htm

**Auntie Math –K through 5**– Feedback given the very next day to all respondents. http://www.dupagechildrensmuseum.org/aunty/index.html

**Math Trails**The National Math Trail is an opportunity for K-12 teachers and students to discover and share the math that exists in their own environments. Students explore their communities and create one or more math problems that relate to what they find. Teachers submit the problems to the National Math Trail site, along with photos, drawings, sound recordings, videos--whatever can be adapted to the Internet. All submissions will be posted to the site as they are submitted. They will also be indexed according to grade level and math topic and will remain on the site for access by educators, students and parents. http://www.nationalmathtrail.org/

**Education Place by Houghton Mifflin**- Challenge students with the weekly word problem. Each page can be printed and copied for classroom use. Divided by Grades 3-4, Grades 5-6 and Grades 7-8 – http://www.eduplace.com/math/brain/index.html

**Real Life Math**Daily Lesson Plans created by New York Times Learning Network -

http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/mathematics.html

Lessons tied to articles found in the New York Times. All necessary articles are contained

**Breathing Earth**

This site attempts to portray the birth rate, death rate, and amount of Carbon Dioxide produced by every country on the planet. "Mousing over" a particular country brings up that country's name and its data. There are the possibilities for discussions of global warming, population density, etc. Math teachers might have the students apply the birth and death rates to the population figures given. http://www.breathingearth.net/online.

**Train Trouble**- http://mathforum.org/mathtools/tpow/24045/ How fast is the train moving to allow Herman and Sheila to each escape the tunnel?

**TierneyLab Puzzles**

John Tierney, The New York Times' science columnist, writes challenging word problems that "put ideas in science to the test." Solve and comment on the puzzles and their extra credit extensions. http://tierneylab.blogs.nytimes.com/tag/puzzles/

See also Tierney's blog entries on mathematics: http://tierneylab.blogs.nytimes.com/tag/mathematics/

**Puzzle Up Hall of Fame**www.puzzles.com/Projects/PuzzleUpHallOfFame.htm Links to puzzle applets

**Cut the Knot**: http://www.cut-the-knot.org/index.shtml Interactive arithmetic logic puzzles, math magic, algebra, much more for all levels.

**Online Games and Simulations**

**Primary**

**Math Snacks**is a site for educational games, animations, and more, for Math grades

*A learning tool to use w/ any Math curriculum and can help teachers differentiate instruction. Also, this is a nice way to introduce Game Based Learning into the classroom. There are an abundance of teacher resources such as: lesson plans, teacher guides, etc etc, and all resources are aligned to Common Core Standards and available in Spanish.*

**3rd-7th.****Funschool games**K-4

**Coolmath4kids**K-4

**Prodigy**K - 6 is a free online Math game that is ideal for Game Based Learning. This super fun highly engaging game designed for grades 1st-6th and is aligned to Common Core Standards. Best of all is the teacher portal which allows for educators to assess students and get instant real-time reporting. Prodigy, even has a unique learning engine which allows the game to differentiate instruction and help students w/ areas they are struggling in. Teachers can modify the game to suit their needs and select which skills their students need to focus on too. Also, Prodigy is browser based and works on any device

**Pop Penguin and the Place Value Race**( gr. 1 - 3) is a new game on Math Playground. The free game is played in a classic board game style in which students advance along the board by completing math challenges of varying degrees of difficulty.

**Mystery Grid**puzzles have students slide numbers into a grid to correctly complete the patterns that are started in the grid presented to them.

**The**

**Mobiles**puzzles ask students to enter the correct values to balance a virtual mobile.

**Rounding and Estimating Game**

**13 Rounding Games**

**Factors & Multiples Games**

**Dunk Tank: Liquid Volume**Learning about measurements have never been more fun than with “Dunk Tank” from the PBS KIDS math series Cyberchase! In this interactive game, students explore key concepts about liquid volume, including standard units of liquid measure and how to convert between them. For grades 5-6

**Math Chimp**is a free site full of math games, videos, and other math review materials for elementary school and middle school students. Search by grade levels. Aligned to Common Core.

**Algebra Games and Simulations**

**Order of Operations**Jeopardy

**Fractions, Decimals, Percents**

**Mathsframe**Over 100 math games

**Math is Fun**explains math concepts in easy language, plus puzzles, games, quizzes, worksheets and a forum. For K-12 kids, teachers and parents.

**Maths Frame**more than 170 free interactive maths games. All resources are designed, by an experienced KS2 teacher, to help children to visualise numbers, patterns and numerical relationships and to develop their mathematical thinking. New games are added most weeks

**Power My Learning**equations, functions, geometry, logic, measurement, number systems, ratios, statistics

**Lure of Labyrinth –**Your students will enjoy this digital game for middle-school

*students. It includes a wealth of intriguing math-based puzzles wrapped into an exciting narrative game in which students work to find their lost pet while saving the world from monsters! Best of all, it is linked to both Common Core and national (NCTM) standards. You will find that the game gives students a chance to actually think like mathematicians.*

**pre-algebra****PBS Kids Cyberchase**gr 3-5website offers dozens of educational games. The games are intended to help students develop their skills in mathematics, logic, and pattern recognition. Students who have PBS Kids accounts can keep track of the games they've played and rank the games they've played.

**Bee Math**(gr 1) Problem solving

**Math Chimp**(gr K-8) games can be found by selecting the grade that they teach then selecting a standard or objective. After you make those selections Math Chimp will direct you to an appropriate mathematics game for your students.

**Media 4 Math**videos, tutorials, games ...

**Money Honey**(gr 1-2) Count the money and change into numbers

**Maths Frame**is a site that offers more than 170 mathematics games for elementary / primary school students. The games cover basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. On the site you'll also find some games for practicing recognition, probability, and scale reading. The games can be played without registering on the site.

**Math Interactives**(gr. 3-6) A wide variety of games that teach skills and problem solving

**Free Training Tutorial**- A long list of free online math games. Teachers can select games and create their own specific math lesson.

**SumDogMath -**100 Numeracy topics at ten levels. Teachers can upload their class list. Ability to customize specific math such as add numbers up to five, ordering numbers up to 20. Students can log in and save scores. Audio can be distracting for some students (turn it off in the Talent Game activity if that is the case) as can the time pressure.

**PBS Math K-1 | PBS Math 1-2**

**PBS Kids Lab**(preK - 2) is a site for educators looking for educational resources and online games for Math. These games focus on PBS's famous cartoon characters such as: Curious George, Dinosaur Train, Wild Kratts, etc etc. These games focus on kids ages 3-8 yrs old. PBS Kids Lab also has a nice variety of home activities as well as other classroom activities, such as Augmented Reality.

**iGetMath**: Base 10 lets kids flick and pick up objects to move them across the screen to change the balance of an equation.

**Mathsframe**has more than 170 free interactive maths games. All resources are designed, by an experienced KS2 teacher, to help children to visualize numbers, patterns and numerical relationships and to develop their mathematical thinking. New games are added most weeks.

**Tangram Chess**- This app has students trying to recreate shapes by rotating, reflecting, or translating them to the other side of the chess board. Also, this game is blue-tooth enabled allowing multiplayers players across multiple devices.

**Doodle Fit**

**(app)**The task in Doodle Fit is simple: fit the given sets of blocks into the given shapes. Drag the blocks into positions in search for the layout that covers the whole shape. A level is complete when all blocks have been used and there is no more space free in the shape.

**Math 4 Children**- gr. 1 scroll down past the addition games for more thoughtful programs

**Math K-1**wide variety of skill builders and reasoning game

**Skill Builders**K -5

**PlayBrighter**(gr. 1-8) A user starts out by creating a "Peeble" (avatar), then going on a variety of educational missions. These missions focus on different subject areas such as: Geography, Economics, History, and more. As a person completes a mission more and more of them become "unlocked" and they are able to purchase items/buildings.

Harcourt Games K - 8 Visual and manipulative problems solving

**Eduplace**1-2

**Calendar Clowns**(gr. 1-3) Games teaches how to navigate a calendar

**Numbernut**

**- Math games for interactive white boards**

**The Time Game**:K-2 telling time with analog and digital manipulative clock.

**vmathlive.com**(1-4) allows students as young as first grade to practice their math skills in "friendly" competition with students all over the world. Students bring up the math games and play them with students from different countries. There is a map that shows in real time the students' locations.

**Rounding Master (**gr. 2-5) Rounding off game in a Who Wants to be A Millionaire format

I

**ce, Ice, Maybe**

**Fast ( gr. 3-6) Estimation with subtraction, multiplication and division**

**Garage Sale Wizard**(gr 1-3) You play the role of a cranky old man trying to make a few bucks by selling his stuff at a garage sale. For each item, there will be three people vying for its purchase. Each person will offer a different amount of money. Count up the coins and click on the person who offers the best deal (the most money).

**Cash Out**(gr 1-2) Give customer change by clicking on the coins under the cash register.

**Change for the Better**game for familiarizing young kids with coins, with a surprising amount of strategy to use as problem solving or logic material for older students.

**Maximum Capacity**(gr 2-4) In Maximum Capacity, you play the role of an elevator attendant who must bring as many gorillas as possible to the eighth floor for the annual Gorilla's Ball at the Jungle Hotel

**Stock the Shelves**(gr 3-5) Coordinate Grid Game in a store setting

**Clever Games for Clever People**– Offline games that you can make.

**Grades 4 - 6**

**Funschool games**K-4

**Prodigy**K - 6 is a free online Math game that is ideal for Game Based Learning. This super fun highly engaging game designed for grades 1st-6th and is aligned to Common Core Standards. Best of all is the teacher portal which allows for educators to assess students and get instant real-time reporting. Prodigy, even has a unique learning engine which allows the game to differentiate instruction and help students w/ areas they are struggling in. Teachers can modify the game to suit their needs and select which skills their students need to focus on too. Also, Prodigy is browser based and works on any device

**Zearn**Thorough scaffolding and reinforcement of learned skills, great resources for live instruction, and tons of useful data. Students begin class with whole-group instruction. Next, students get in-class time working independently or with one or two partners on digital lessons, then work in small groups with a teacher to "deepen, extend, and remediate" based on detailed reports of student progress.

**Math is Fun**explains math concepts in easy language, plus puzzles, games, quizzes, worksheets and a forum. For K-12 kids, teachers and parents.

**Power My Learning**equations, functions, geometry, logic, measurement, number systems, ratios, statistic

**FogStone Isle**website and app engages students in designing their own virtual worlds through challenging

**mathematics games**in an environment that makes learning active. Neuroscience, pedagogy, and game design are brought together in this

*free*

**iPad app**in which students solve complex math problems adapted to their learning level. FogStone Isle aids students in grades 4–8 in gaining conceptual understanding of math topics that students at these levels often struggle wit

**Grid Lines: Ordered Pair Game -**Grid Lines is a very unique and challenging game which has students plot order pairs/points on a four quadrant grid. This is great for upper El Ed and MS students and has blue tooth capability for multiplayer. -

**Gymnasium for the Brain**This is a nice site for educational games/activities to help stimulate the brain. Ideally, this site is geared toward helping students solve math problems but there is much more, such as: puzzles, patterns, etc.

**Coolmath4kids**K-4

**Annenberg Media: Geometry 3D Shapes Interactives**

**Mangahigh**( gr 4-12) creates exceptionally high-quality, game-based learning resources to help Primary and Secondary students reinforce their Mathematics skills in a way that is both fun and engaging. ( example games: factoring, linear equations, percents, angular measurement... ) In addition to all the great resources, the service includes assessment and analytical tools that enable teachers to monitor the progress of individual students. Best of all, these activities also work great on an Interactive Whiteboard

**Mystery Grid**puzzles have students slide numbers into a grid to correctly complete the patterns that are started in the grid presented to them.

**The**

**Mobiles**puzzles ask students to enter the correct values to balance a virtual mobile.

**Math Trail**students to explore virtual trails that lead to a variety of locations connected by a theme. Along the way, students put their math and geography skills to the test. The trail list currently has eight trails to choose from. In each trail, math questions are hidden around the map. Students zoom in within the map to the location suggested by the clue. There are little balloons located all over the map. If students struggle to find the location, they can click the “show location” button at the bottom. At the bottom of the page, there is a white box that holds clues. When students reach a location, they are given a math challenge to complete.

**PlayBrighter**(gr. 1-8) A user starts out by creating a "Peeble" (avatar), then going on a variety of educational missions. These missions focus on different subject areas such as: Geography, Economics, History, and more. As a person completes a mission more and more of them become "unlocked" and they are able to purchase items/buildings.

**Math Interactives**(gr. 3-6) A wide variety of games that teach skills and problem solving

**HoodaMath**(Gr 3-12) Spatial thinking , logic and arithmetic games. Numerous levels so all level students can work at their readiness stage.

**Free Training Tutorial**- A long list of free online math games. Teachers can select games and create their own specific math lesson.

**SumDogMath -**100 Numeracy topics at ten levels. Teachers can upload their class list. Ability to customize specific math such as add numbers up to five, ordering numbers up to 20. Students can log in and save scores. Audio can be distracting for some students (turn it off in the Talent Game activity if that is the case) as can the time pressure.

**CS Unplugged**(gr. 4-10) A collection of free learning activities that teach

computer science through engaging games and puzzles that use cards, string, crayons, and allows students to move.

**Dunk Tank: Mean, Median, Mode & Range**(gr. 5-8) Dunk Tank is a math-themed game show. Using a combination of video and interactive gaming, each program addresses a single topic. Other Dunk Tank episodes include: Venn Diagrams; Area of Squares & Rectangles; Ratio & Proportion; Fractions, Decimals & Percents; Liquid Volume; and Circles

**Skill Builders**K -5

**Pyramid Panic**(gr 4-8) Apply increasingly-complex rules of geometry to free an imprisoned Mummy

**Point out the View - figure out what a structure looks like from different view points. Good spatial thinking game.**

Block Copy Replicate 3 demensional block constructions . Spatial thinking.

Robo Packer Shape puzzles that involve transformation like tangrams.

Harcourt Games K - 8 Visual and manipulative problems solving

Transformation Golf rotate golf balls to get to the hole

Block Copy Replicate 3 demensional block constructions . Spatial thinking.

Robo Packer Shape puzzles that involve transformation like tangrams.

Harcourt Games K - 8 Visual and manipulative problems solving

Transformation Golf rotate golf balls to get to the hole

**Math Playground**(Gr. 4-8) Multiplication, fractions, percents, pre-algebra, algebra

**vmathlive.com**(1-4) allows students as young as first grade to practice their math skills in "friendly" competition with students all over the world. Students bring up the math games and play them with students from different countries. There is a map that shows in real time the students' locations.

**Airmadillos**(gr 4-6) Angle recognition by virtually flying paper airplanes

**Angle Estimation**(gr 4-6) Progress through the game by estimating angles

**Banana Angles Angle estimation game**

__encourages students to problem solve and think critically as they encounter unique__

**Math by Design***challenges. Students are introduced to the TRC Architectural firm as junior architects who are commissioned to build environments by working through a series of mathematical tasks. Students may build two environments: Flossville Town Park and Windjammer Environmental Center. Both are rich with interactives and online hints to help students refine and build upon their knowledge of geometry and measurement.*

**geometry and measurement***provide valuable assistance for teachers to seamlessly integrate Math by Design into classroom instruction.*

**Extensive educator resources****Rounding Master**(gr. 2-5) Rounding off game in a Who Wants to be A Millionaire format

**Estimation Valley Golf**(gr 4-8) Estimation of large numbers in Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication Players will need to round-off and estimate problems with large numbers.

**Would You Rather?**presents a picture with a mathematics problem that asks "would you rather?"

**Ice, Ice, Maybe**Fast ( gr. 3-6) Estimation with subtraction, multiplication and division

**Motion Math Games**Motion Math designs challenging math games to sharpen your kids mathematical wits. It also has a mobile version to install on your iPad

**Home Run Derby Math**( gr 4-8) Estimation of large numbers in Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication Players will need to round-off and estimate problems with large numbers.

**Maximum Capacity**(gr 2-4) In Maximum Capacity, you play the role of an elevator attendant who must bring as many gorillas as possible to the eighth floor for the annual Gorilla's Ball at the Jungle Hotel

**Tony's Fraction Pizza Shop**(gr 4-6) Equivalent fractions in a pizza shop ordering challenge.

**Fraction Junction**(gr 4 - 7) Compare fractions with origami.

**Numberline Battleship**Estimation game for decimals, fractions, whole numbers, and measurement

**Probability Fair**(gr 5-8) Students will learn the practical application of the concept of probability by playing carnival games.

**Probability Games**

**Algebra Meltdown**( gr. 5-8) Solve linear equations to guide atoms through the reactor.

**Save Our Dumb Planet**( gr 4-8) Use Linear, quadratic and cubic flightpath equations

**Card Sharks (5-8) Probability came from the same named TV show**

Factorization Forest (gr 5-8) prime factoring game

Statistics Games mean, mode, median, graphing tools, data interpretation ...

Factorization Forest (gr 5-8) prime factoring game

Statistics Games mean, mode, median, graphing tools, data interpretation ...

**Middle School**

**Kosjourney**(gr. 6-8)Interactive math game and teacher supplement

**What is an algorithm?**Try the Swap Puzzle gr 7-12

**Mathspace**(Website and app) This award-winning platform combines three useful functionalities: an online maths textbook, workbook and mark book. Students can use Mathspace to get help with their math problems. It allows them to work on online math exercises and get instant feedback at each step in the process. Mathspace also provides ‘a bank of over 15,000 interactive questions covering everything from addition to algebra, geometry to graphing, probability to statistics.’ As a computer-based system, Mathspace has been used across a wide variety of schools and from the testimonies shared on the website, it seems that Mathspace is really doing a great job enhancing math instruction and learning.

Webmath is a math-help web site that generates answers to specific math questions and problems, as entered by a user, at any particular moment. The math answers are generated and displayed real-time, at the moment a web user types in their math problem and clicks "solve." In addition to the answers,

*Webmath also shows the student how to arrive at the answer.’***Motion Math Games**Motion Math designs challenging math games to sharpen your kids mathematical wits. It also has a mobile version to install on your iPad.

**ExploreLearning**

**Gizmos**

**provides over 400 math and science online simulations that power inquiry and understanding. It has a free Gizmos account available for science and math educators with a curated collection of Gizmos that change every January/July. Each Gizmo comes with teacher guides and customizable lesson materials. Some of the major features of Gizmos include: interactive design which allows for extensive manipulation of variables and ‘what-if’ experimentation; visualizations and graphing tools help capture and compare results from experiments; in-depth activities create more moments to explore, discover and apply new concepts.**

**Math Snacks**Educational animations, mini–games, and interactive tools that help mid-school learners better understand math concepts.

**Math Chimp**is a site full of math games, videos, and other math review materials for elementary school and middle school students. Search by grade levels. Aligned to Common Core.

**Get the Math**Solve real-life algebra problems with diverse crew, delightful video

**Math is Fun**explains math concepts in easy language, plus puzzles, games, quizzes, worksheets and a forum. For K-12 kids, teachers and parents.

**Annenberg Media: Geometry 3D Shapes Interactives**

**Electoral Decoder**uses cartograms to show students the math of the Electoral College. In other words, it shows them that geographically large states like Wyoming have fewer Electoral votes than geographically smaller states with large populations. The Electoral Decoder also illustrates how a candidate can be the victor in the majority of states while losing the overall election. Finally, students can use the Electoral Decoder to identify voting patterns along geographic lines. For example, in 1860 Lincoln won the general election without being the victor in any of the southern states. Students can use the timeline slider on the Electoral Decoder to view the outcome of any and all Presidential Elections in the history of the United States. Below the cartogram and timeline for each election, students will find resources like videos to learn more about each election.

**Power My Learning**equations, functions, geometry, logic, measurement, number systems, ratios, statistics

**HoodaMath**(Gr 3-12) Spatial thinking , logic and arithmetic games. Numerous levels so all level students can work at their readiness stage.

**Would You Rather?**presents a picture with a mathematics problem that asks "would you rather?"

**Math Trail**students to explore virtual trails that lead to a variety of locations connected by a theme. Along the way, students put their math and geography skills to the test. The trail list currently has eight trails to choose from. In each trail, math questions are hidden around the map. Students zoom in within the map to the location suggested by the clue. There are little balloons located all over the map. If students struggle to find the location, they can click the “show location” button at the bottom. At the bottom of the page, there is a white box that holds clues. When students reach a location, they are given a math challenge to complete.

**Data Games**is a web application that embeds simple games in a data analysis environment. Students play a game which generates data that students analyze to improve their strategies. For each game and activity, there are short videos for students introducing the game, a video for teachers explaining the mathematics and pedagogy, a student worksheet, and teacher guidelines that correlate the activity to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.

**Algebra Games and Simulations**

**Algebra vs. the Cock**__gr. 5-8 Find the y intercept__

**roaches****Gymnasium for the Brain**This is a nice site for educational games/activities to help stimulate the brain. Ideally, this site is geared toward helping students solve math problems but there is much more, such as: puzzles, patterns, etc.

**FogStone Isle**website and app engages students in designing their own virtual worlds through challenging

**mathematics games**in an environment that makes learning active. Neuroscience, pedagogy, and game design are brought together in this

*free*

**iPad app**in which students solve complex math problems adapted to their learning level. FogStone Isle aids students in grades 4–8 in gaining conceptual understanding of math topics that students at these levels often struggle wit

**Mangahigh**( gr 4-12) creates exceptionally high-quality, game-based learning resources to help Primary and Secondary students reinforce their Mathematics skills in a way that is both fun and engaging. ( example games: factoring, linear equations, percents, angular measurement... ) In addition to all the great resources, the service includes assessment and analytical tools that enable teachers to monitor the progress of individual students. Best of all, these activities also work great on an Interactive Whiteboard

__encourages students to problem solve and think critically as they encounter unique__

**Math by Design***challenges. Students are introduced to the TRC Architectural firm as junior architects who are commissioned to build environments by working through a series of mathematical tasks. Students may build two environments: Flossville Town Park and Windjammer Environmental Center. Both are rich with interactives and online hints to help students refine and build upon their knowledge of geometry and measurement.*

**geometry and measurement***provide valuable assistance for teachers to seamlessly integrate Math by Design into classroom instruction*

**Extensive educator resources****PlayBrighter**(gr. 1-8) A user starts out by creating a "Peeble" (avatar), then going on a variety of educational missions. These missions focus on different subject areas such as: Geography, Economics, History, and more. As a person completes a mission more and more of them become "unlocked" and they are able to purchase items/buildings.

**Practical Money Skills**hosts a series of eight online games designed to teach students some money management skills. One of the games that is timely considering that the Super Bowl is just a few days away is Financial Football. Financial Football has students answer questions about budgets, savings, and spending to move their football teams down the field against another team. The games use real NFL team logos. Financial Football takes at least twenty minutes to play.

**CS Unplugged**(gr. 4-10) A collection of free learning activities that teach

computer science through engaging games and puzzles that use cards, string, crayons, and allows students to move.

**Dunk Tank: Mean, Median, Mode & Range**(gr. 5-8) Dunk Tank is a math-themed game show. Using a combination of video and interactive gaming, each program addresses a single topic. Other Dunk Tank episodes include: Venn Diagrams; Area of Squares & Rectangles; Ratio & Proportion; Fractions, Decimals & Percents; Liquid Volume; and Circles

**Pyramid Panic**(gr 4-8) Apply increasingly-complex rules of geometry to free an imprisoned Mummy

**Harcourt Games K - 8**Visual and manipulative problems solving

**Math Playground**(Gr. 4-8) Multiplication, fractions, percents, pre-algebra, algebra

**Airmadillos**(gr 4-6) Angle recognition by virtually flying paper airplanes

**Angle Estimation**(gr 4-6) Progress through the game by estimating angles

**Banana Angles Angle estimation game**

**Home Run Derby Math**( gr 4-8) Estimation of large numbers in Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication Players will need to round-off and estimate problems with large numbers.

**Estimation Valley Golf**(gr 4-8) Estimation of large numbers in Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication Players will need to round-off and estimate problems with large numbers.

**Stock the Shelves**(gr 3-5) Coordinate Grid Game in a store setting

**Probability Fair**(gr 5-8) Students will learn the practical application of the concept of probability by playing carnival games.

**Statistics Games**mean, mode, median, graphing tools, data interpretation ...

**Algebra Meltdown**( gr. 5-8) Solve linear equations to guide atoms through the reactor.

**Algebra vs. the Cockroaches Linear equation game**

**Transtar**( gr 4-8) Play with reflections, rotations, enlargements and translations

**Weigh the Wangdoodles algebraic thinking**

**Probability Games**

**Line Gem**1 gr 7-10 How many gems can your dragon get? Choose an equation for him to fly and see.

**Save Our Dumb Planet**( gr 4-8) Use Linear, quadratic and cubic flightpath equations

**Card Sharks**

**(5-8) Probability came from the same named TV show**

**Clever Games for Clever People**– Offline games that you can make.

**Factorization Forest**(gr 5-8) prime factoring game

**High School**

**Mangahigh**( gr 4-12) creates exceptionally high-quality, game-based learning resources to help Primary and Secondary students reinforce their Mathematics skills in a way that is both fun and engaging. ( example games: factoring, linear equations, percents, angular measurement... ) In addition to all the great resources, the service includes assessment and analytical tools that enable teachers to monitor the progress of individual students. Best of all, these activities also work great on an Interactive Whiteboard

**Mathspace**(Website and app) This award-winning platform combines three useful functionalities: an online maths textbook, workbook and mark book. Students can use Mathspace to get help with their math problems. It allows them to work on online math exercises and get instant feedback at each step in the process. Mathspace also provides ‘a bank of over 15,000 interactive questions covering everything from addition to algebra, geometry to graphing, probability to statistics.’ As a computer-based system, Mathspace has been used across a wide variety of schools and from the testimonies shared on the website, it seems that Mathspace is really doing a great job enhancing math instruction and learning.

**What is an algorithm?**Try the Swap Puzzle gr 7-12

**Power My Learning**equations, functions, geometry, logic, measurement, number systems, ratios, statistics

**Practical Money Skills**hosts a series of eight online games designed to teach students some money management skills. One of the games that is timely considering that the Super Bowl is just a few days away is Financial Football. Financial Football has students answer questions about budgets, savings, and spending to move their football teams down the field against another team. The games use real NFL team logos. Financial Football takes at least twenty minutes to play.

**Braingenie**is a free service offered by the CK-12 Foundation. Braingenie provides online math and science practice activities for elementary, middle, and high school students. Braingenie's library of activities is divided into nine sections and many subsections. The nine sections are 1-8 Math, Brain Math, Algebra I, Algebra II, Precalculus, 6-8 Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Students can use Braingenie independently by simply going to the site and clicking on the "learn and practice" button. Students can use any and all of the practice activities without having to register on the site. Students who do create Braingenie accounts can save their progress and their scores.www.freetech4teachers.com

Webmath is a math-help web site that generates answers to specific math questions and problems, as entered by a user, at any particular moment. The math answers are generated and displayed real-time, at the moment a web user types in their math problem and clicks "solve." In addition to the answers,

*Webmath also shows the student how to arrive at the answer.’***Annenberg Media: Geometry 3D Shapes Interactives**

**Electoral Decoder**uses cartograms to show students the math of the Electoral College. In other words, it shows them that geographically large states like Wyoming have fewer Electoral votes than geographically smaller states with large populations. The Electoral Decoder also illustrates how a candidate can be the victor in the majority of states while losing the overall election. Finally, students can use the Electoral Decoder to identify voting patterns along geographic lines. For example, in 1860 Lincoln won the general election without being the victor in any of the southern states. Students can use the timeline slider on the Electoral Decoder to view the outcome of any and all Presidential Elections in the history of the United States. Below the cartogram and timeline for each election, students will find resources like videos to learn more about each election.

**Kosjourney**(gr. 6-8)Interactive math game and teacher supplement

**What is an algorithm?**Try the Swap Puzzle gr 7-12

**Motion Math Games**Motion Math designs challenging math games to sharpen your kids mathematical wits. It also has a mobile version to install on your iPad.

**Math Snacks**Educational animations, mini–games, and interactive tools that help mid-school learners better understand math concepts.

**Math Chimp**is a site full of math games, videos, and other math review materials for elementary school and middle school students. Search by grade levels. Aligned to Common Core.

**Expii Solve**( gr. 6 - 12) is a series of more than fifty sets of mathematics word problems. Within each set there are five problems aligned to a theme.

**Get the Math**Solve real-life algebra problems with diverse crew, delightful video

**CS Unplugged**(gr. 4-10) A collection of free learning activities that teach

computer science through engaging games and puzzles that use cards, string, crayons, and allows students to move.

**HoodaMath**(Gr 3-12) Spatial thinking , logic and arithmetic games. Numerous levels so all level students can work at their readiness stage.

__is a web application that embeds simple games in a data analysis environment. Students play a game which generates data that students analyze to improve their strategies. For each game and activity, there are short videos for students introducing the game, a video for teachers explaining the mathematics and pedagogy, a student worksheet, and teacher guidelines that correlate the activity to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.__

**Data Games****Math is Fun**explains math concepts in easy language, plus puzzles, games, quizzes, worksheets and a forum. For K-12 kids, teachers and parents.

**Factorization Forest**(gr 5-8) prime factoring game

**Pyramid Panic**Apply increasingly-complex rules of geometry to free an imprisoned Mumm

**1940s House: Making a Connection between WWII and Rationing**(5-7)Through viewing and discussion of the video and investigation of the Web resources, students will develop a deeper understanding of rationing and the mathematics needed in a WWII household.

**Interactive Puzzles:**

Includes various difficulty levels. Good challenges for spatial and pattern problem solving.

**Interactive Games**: Games keep track of responses. Games include fractions, estimation, patterns, linear functions, geometry, ... http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/assessments/

**Can You Fill It?**(3-10)Players estimate the volume of different sized containers by trying to fill them with water using the fewest number of pots.

**Fun 4 the Brain**

**MathBits**: Math Games and Activities pre-algebra and algebra Jeopardy Style Games

**Education.com**(K-12) Math Activities and Games - Activities and games for the classroom, from pre-school through high school. Browse by grade level, or search for a topic.

**Coordinate Maze Game**This game allows users to practice their point plotting skills by having them move a robot through a mine field to a target location. Moves are accomplished by specifying the coordinates of the new location. In order to win, the path must not cross a mine. http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/pmaze/how.html

**Hurkle**Combines coordinate geometry, a guessing game, and deduction to find coordinates

**Bitesize math**gr 7-11. This interactive site has students practicing all sorts of measurements including two-dimensional shapes, three-dimensional shapes. angles, time, and symmetry. Included is a short video for each topic, a way to read about it, and a brief quiz. The videos include games that are engaging, the text explanations are very understandable, and a multiple choice quiz accompanies each topic.

**Multiflyer Multiplication Game.**

**Cut the Knot**(3-12) logic and spatial thinking games

**Free Training Tutorial -**A long list of free online math games. Teachers can select games and create their own specific math lesson.

**Train Trouble**algebraic thinking

How fast is the train moving to allow Herman and Sheila to each escape the tunnel?

**Parachute Drag**- http://mathforum.org/mathtools/tool/23644/

Explore the effects of mass, displacement, and drag on the low functioning of a parachute in this simulation.

**Save the Zogs**Linear equation game. It begins by identifying linear equations to capture the Zogs and progresses to create your own equations.

**Geometry**

**Geometry Step by Step from the Land of the Incas**http://agutie.homestead.com High school geometry concepts creatively presented.

**Math Open Reference**is a free online reference for geometry teachers and students. Math Open Reference features animated and interactive drawings to demonstrate geometry terms and concepts. The table of contents on Math Open Reference is divided into four basic categories; plane geometry, coordinate geometry, solid geometry, and function explorer tools. Click on any subject in the first three categories to find definitions, examples, and interactive drawings. In the function explorer category users can select linear functions, quadratic functions, or cubic functions to explore how changes in variables affect the graphed output.

**Geometry Step by Step from the Land of the Incas: High School**http://agutie.homestead.com/

**GeoGebra**an interactive geometry software for education in schools. Most parts of GeoGebra are free software. http://geogebrawiki.wikispaces.com/Home

**Geometry course**features six PBL projects. Each of the projects is aligned to Common Core Standards. The course is not a self-directed course for students. The course is designed to be taught by mathematics teachers who want to incorporate PBL. The projects in the course can be used in sequence or used as stand-alone units. All materials needed for leading the projects are included available on the Curriki site. You will have to create an account and sign-in in order to access the materials. Curriki accounts are free.

**Annenberg Media: Geometry 3D Shapes Interactives**

**Great Architecture: Architecture**. beautiful 3-D drawings and photographs of great architecture throughout the world. http://www.GreatBuildings.com/

**PBS Teacher Source**: Choose your grade level and subject http://www.pbs.org/teachersource/math.htm

**Geogebra**: A dynamic mathematics software that joins geometry, algebra and calculus. It is developed for education in secondary schools by Markus Hohenwarter at the University of Salzburg. .This freeware program uses Java, and runs on almost any modern platform. GeoGebra received several international awards including the European and German educational software awards.

**GeoGebra is now available as a web-based application link**

http://www.geogebra.org/cms/

**Creative Geometry**http://mathforum.org/~sanders/ and http://mathforum.org/~sanders/creativegeometry/ Teachers and students will find creative and interesting "hands-on" projects for most topics in the geometry curriculum. Each project is designed to help students understand, remember, and find value in the concepts of geometry.

**Materials for Math Teaching - Antonija Horvatek**

http://public.carnet.hr/~ahorvate/materials-English.htm Antonija Horvatek, a math teacher in Croatia, offers her Geometer's Sketchpad (.gsp) files and Power Point (.ppt) files that explain:

* perimeter and area, plane transformations, Pythagoras' theorem, space geometry, statistics and probability

**Developing Geometry Concepts Using Logo**http://illuminations.nctm.org/index_d.aspx?id=396 Use buttons and sliders to program a turtle to travel to a pond using Logo commands

**Tangrams**

**-**http://mathforum.org/mathtools/tpow/24048/

Use an interactive applet to discover some of the relationships among the pieces in a set of Tangrams.

**Discovering Polygons and Polyhedra**

A page designed to encourage interactive exploration of polygons and polyhedra, and appreciation of their beauty. The site contains diagrams and applets, and invites readers to explore and find answers for themselves. http://internal.maths.adelaide.edu.au/people/pscott/polyhedra/

**Cinderella 1.4**- http://cinderella-geometry.com/

The award-winning Interactive Geometry Software Cinderella 1.4, is now available as a free download. Cinderella 1 is well known for its capabilities in projective and non-Euclidean Geometry. It features hyperbolic and elliptic measurements and a spherical and Poincare view of the projective plane."

Interactives

Interactives from Annenberg Media provides educators and students with strategies, content, and activities that can enhance and improve students' skills.

* Geometry 3D Shapes (Grades 6-8)

Animated proof of the

**Pythagorean theorem**http://www.nadn.navy.mil/MathDept/mdm/pyth.html

**Graphing**

**ChartstoGo**http://www.chartgo.com/

Quickly data and create five types of charts

**Create a Graph**http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/createagraph/

Create five different type of graphs with this online tool.

**Canva**now offers dynamic chart editing. In other words you can pick a template that includes a chart and edit any of the content displayed in that chart.

**GraphFree**is a excellent new online graphing tool. This site is designed for HS students/teachers looking to create graphs in a wide range of areas such as: bar, graph, bell curve, etc.

**T**here are help video tutorials and even lets user plot graphs that graphing calculators can't do.

**LiveGap Charts Builder**is a free online tool for quickly creating simple line and bar charts. To create a chart just head to charts.livegap.com and enter your data into the spreadsheet that appears. Your chart will change to reflect your data as you type.

**ChartTool**http://www.onlinecharttool.com/

Create and design your own graphs and charts online.

**Math Graphing**has links to 48 interactive graphing activities appropriate for elementary school and middle school use.

**Function Carnival**Students watch a video and graph its motion

https://teacher.desmos.com/carnival/

**Chart Gizmo**http://chartgizmo.com This site has an incredible chart builder for any type of data that can be typed or uploaded to this tool

**NASA**’s

**MathTrax**is a

*free*

**graphing tool**for middle school and high school students to graph equations and physics simulations or plot data files. Blind and low-vision users can access visual math data and graph or experiment with equations and datasets. The tool has descriptions and sounds so students can hear and read about the graph. The MathTrax website has two modes:

**Visual MathTrax**and

**Text MathTrax**.

Click Here to Access Visual MathTrax

Click Here to Access Text MathTrax

**Math Skills Practrice**

**Multiplication.com**Multiplication activities and games. http://www.multiplication.com/

**AAA Math**http://www.aaamath.com/

**Knewton**.The company believes its new, free online tutoring platform will radically transform how teachers personalize instruction. Knewton claims to offer automated, digital tutoring that responds to each student's needs. "We can take the combined data power of millions of students — all the people who are just like you — [who] had to learn a particular concept before, that you have to learn today — to find the best pieces of content, proven most effective for people just like you, and give that to you every single time," he says. Here's how it works: The platform presents video and a variety of written content and then asks multiple-choice questions. Based on student responses, and patterns of responses from other, similar students, the next piece of content is served up. Knewton currently offers programs in math, biology and

**English language arts**, mostly for middle school and high school grades. The company plans to expand soon with history and other curricula.

**XtraMath**is a free service designed to help you help your students master the building blocks of solving mathematics problems. I've reviewed the service before and every time I do someone replies with a positive note about the service. One of the things that makes XtraMath popular is its support for multiple languages. The service provides an online environment in which students complete practice activities that are recorded and shared with teachers and parents. The purpose of XtraMath is to help teachers and parents monitor the progress that their students are making and prepare lessons that meet students where they are

**Braingenie**is a free service offered by the CK-12 Foundation. Braingenie provides online math and science practice activities for elementary, middle, and high school students. Braingenie's library of activities is divided into nine sections and many subsections. The nine sections are 1-8 Math, Brain Math, Algebra I, Algebra II, Precalculus, 6-8 Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Students can use Braingenie independently by simply going to the site and clicking on the "learn and practice" button. Students can use any and all of the practice activities without having to register on the site. Students who do create Braingenie accounts can save their progress and their scores.www.freetech4teachers.com

**Ten Marks**(3 -12) Intuitive, interactive, and fun way for students to practice, learn, and master math.http://tenmarks.com/

**The School Site for Math**http://www.bottco.com/Schoolsite/MATH.html

**Math Cats**-lots of games and practice Go to the Older Cats Picture to search the site by math concepts: http://www.mathcats.com/explore.html

**Math Goodies**: is a free math help site featuring interactive lessons, homework help, worksheets and forums. Also free newsletter to keep you informed of the latest math news. http://www.mathgoodies.com/

**Visualizing Multiplication**http://mathforum.org/mathtools/tool/3035/

**Rainforest Maths**: Jenny Eather offers interactive online mathematics activities for grades K - 6 covering a variety of topics, including: http://www.rainforestmaths.com/

* Number & Number Systems, Operations & Calculations, Strategies & Processes, Patterns & Algebra, Measurement, Space & Geometry, Chance & Probability, Data Analysis, Money

**Farm Stand Math**– Practice addition and multiplication 1-3 grades. http://www.prongo.com/farm/

**Money and Consumer Math**

**Practical Money Skills for Students from Visa**

http://www.practicalmoneyskills.com/english/students/level.php?id=2

**Practical Money Skills**hosts a series of eight online games designed to teach students some money management skills. One of the games that is timely considering that the Super Bowl is just a few days away is Financial Football. Financial Football has students answer questions about budgets, savings, and spending to move their football teams down the field against another team. The games use real NFL team logos. Financial Football takes at least twenty minutes to play.

**Cashtivity**is an fantastic online platform for entrepreneurship education and project-based learning. lesson plans at the Campus section of their website. These lesson plans compliment the Cashtivity platform and were designed to help teachers integrate the business building tool into their school day.

**Money Lessons: A Guide to Financial-Literacy Resources**K-12

http://www.edutopia.org/financial-literacy-resources

**Kid’s Bank**http://www.kidsbank.com/

**Consumer Math**: K-8 Math and Money Making change to real world problems http://712educators.about.com/gi/

**Interactive Making Change:**Online interactive game where children have to manipulate coins and bills to make change. Three levels. http://arcytech.org/java/money/

**10 Interactive Financial Websites That Teach Kids Money Management Skills**

http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/10-interactive-financial-websites-teach-kids-money-management-skills/

**Fleet Kids**- In the FleetKids program, each child investigates an array of mathematics, financial, and social concepts. For example, a participant can manage a baseball team, investigate the stock market, manage a simple budget and more.

http://www.fleetkids.com/

**Moneyopolis**-This is an educational Web site for children in grades six through eight. The site was created to ensure that American school children have an opportunity to learn basic financial planning concepts. Accompanying the Web site are materials for math teachers to support them in assisting children as they use the site. http://www.moneyopolis.com/

**Planet Orange**is a website developed by ING Direct for the purpose of helping elementary school students learn some basic money skills. Through a series of "missions" (games) to Planet Orange students gain or lose money. Students can design an avatar to represent themselves on their missions. The students gain invest or spend the money they gain to match their budgets and reach their goals. http://www.orangekids.com/

**Money Manipulative**http://arcytech.org/java/money/

**You Buy a Car based on Problem Based Learning**- PBL is both a curriculum and a process. The curriculum consists of carefully selected and designed problems that demand from the learner acquisition of critical knowledge, problem solving proficiency,

self-directed learning strategies, and team participation skills.

http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/pbl/ubuytutor/index.html

**The Stock Market Game -**A program that involves students in a simulation of stock market investing in order to teach lessons from a variety of subjects, including mathematics and economics. Related teaching materials incorporate national voluntary and state educational standards from fourth grade to college levels. http://stockmarketgame.org/

**Moneytopia**

This is an interactive game to teach students budgeting. It takes a while to load but it's worth it!

http://www.saveandinvest.org/Military/manageMoney/managingCredit/P037943

**Fractions**

**Visualizing Students Misconceptions about Fractions**

**-**video

**Visual Fractions**An on-line tutorial that offers instruction and practice in identifying, renaming, and operating on fractions.

All examples are modeled with number lines or circles. http://www.visualfractions.com/

**Fog Stone Isle**(gr. 5-6) lets students play through the free fraction games at their own pace, using adaptive technology to monitor student progress. You can have students working on Fog Stone Isle during class time, at an after school club, or in the evenings and on weekends from home or a local library. Cignition automatically creates problems that are just right for each student, and teachers can easily monitor progress. For each fraction topic (e.g. fraction addition) the comprehensive teacher workstation shows student progress through each of the conceptual leaps that must be made to master that topic.

**Fractions with Pattern Blocks:**Online manipulative program. http://arcytech.org/java/patterns/

**Pattern Block Fracion Unit:**http://math.rice.edu/~lanius/Patterns/

**Interactive Games:**Games keep track of responses. Games include fractions, estimation, patterns, linear functions, geometry, ... http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/assessments/

**FogStone Isle**website and app engages students in designing their own virtual worlds through challenging

**mathematics games**in an environment that makes learning active. Neuroscience, pedagogy, and game design are brought together in this

*free*

**iPad app**in which students solve complex math problems adapted to their learning level. FogStone Isle aids students in grades 4–8 in gaining conceptual understanding of math topics that students at these levels often struggle wit

**VersaMateis**It covers equivalent

**, as well as comparing, ordering, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions. This bright and colorful game asks children to interact with fractions while using critical thinking skills.**

*fractions*Who Wants Pizza? is a fun online activity for learning about fractions. Who Wants Pizza was developed by Cynthia Lanius at Rice University. The activity has five parts plus practice activities for students to explore. Teachers will find notes about using this activities in the classroom.

**Visual Fractions**has eight categories of visualizations, lessons, and games for students to explore and learn the functions of fractions.

**Pizza Fractions 1**is a simple iPad game in which students are shown a pizza with slices missing. Students have to select the fraction that represents the number of slices left on the pizza plate. Students shake their iPads to generate new problems. Pizza Fractions 1 is the first of five apps in the Pizza Fractions series.

**Zap Zap Fractions**free iPad app designed to help elementary school students learn about fractions. The app contains clear narrated visual lessons about the basics of fractions. After completing the lessons students can test their skills in recognizing fractions by playing the Zap Zap games. The games present students with a series of visuals that represent a fraction. Students have to select the correct fraction to “zap” the oncoming obstacles in the game.

**Conceptua Math**is a provider of interactive visual mathematics lessons. One of Conceptua Math's primary focuses is on the development of tools to aid teachers in the instruction of lessons on fractions. Conceptua Math's offerings are a mix of free and premium (paid) tools. There are a total of fifteen free interactive tools for teachers and students.

**Pre-Algebra**

**Absurd Math**http://www.learningwave.com/abmath/

Taking word problems to a new level, Absurd Math is an episodic story game that integrates pre-algebra level math into the game play. To start a new game, choose an episode and a user name. To continue a game previously started, enter a page code, along with your user name. Each game page has a page code, a calculator, and a hint (if you need it.) These four episodes are free, but Learning Wave also sells a subscription service that includes over fifty interactive math stories. "The Airtight College is shipping some of its Dissolvent Solvent to the cult members of the Toxic Templex. Your quest to save the alien creature continues, as you search the offices of the Department of Diabolics."

**Exploring Computational Thinking**http://www.google.com/edu/computational-thinking/ These classroom-ready lessons, worksheets, and examples emphasize pattern recognition, algorithm design, and other computational thinking (CT) skills. Created by teachers in collaboration with software engineers from Google, the materials cover pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, and calculus. Google invites teachers to adapt these resources for your own 6-12th graders; and provides a Getting Started Guide, FAQ, and discussion forums for building your own CT curricula.

**Algebra Games and Simulations**

**Glencoe: WebQuest Projects Pre-Algebra**

http://www.glencoe.com/sec/math/prealg/prealg03/webquest/index.php4/na

Textbook publisher Glencoe has created five WebQuests that can be enjoyed by all pre-algebra students, even those using a different pre-algebra text. Each Internet project includes a task that requires online research, and suggested websites are included. For example, Unit 1 involves creating a website or a brochure promoting three seven-day vacation packages for a family of four. Each package must include transportation, lodging and entertainment, and cost between $2500 to $5500.

**GoMath: Algebra Solutions**

http://www.gomath.com/algebra.html

GoMath Pre-Algebra includes twelve common topics, such as negative numbers and square roots. Each topic page includes examples, rules, a link to a complete lesson, and a link to a printable worksheet. But the heart of each topic page is the calculator which not only provides answers, but shows you step-by-step how the answer is computed. In other words, this calculator shows its work! You can input your own values, or click Practice to have the calculator generate problems for you.

**Munching Bugs**- http://mathforum.org/mathtools/tpow/24046/ Help Sam the Chameleon use a special rule to findthe bugs he can eat.

**Math.com: Pre-Algebra**

http://www.math.com/homeworkhelp/PreAlgebra.html

Just like a textbook, the pre-algebra section of

**Math.com**is divided into chapters that explain concepts, include lots of examples, and conclude with a quiz. The only difference is that the quiz is interactive and self-scoring. Chapters are Numbers, Ratios, Factoring and Fractions. For fun with puzzles, jump over to the Games section (you'll find it on the horizontal menu.) Other notable clicks are the math glossary, and the specialized calculators (such as percent and square root) found in Calculators & Tools.

**Math Forum: Pre-Algebra Problem of the Week**

http://mathforum.org/prealgpow/

Looking for something special for extra credit? Click on over to Math Forum for the Pre-Algebra Problem of the Week. When you've got it licked, you can submit your answer online by choosing your school from the state list. If your school isn't listed yet, go ahead and add it. As you submit your answer, you'll have the option of asking for free (or paid) mentoring, And finally, you'll be able to check your answer (i.e. see the solution.)

**Problem Solving Data**

**Center for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching**: http://www.ex.ac.uk/cimt/data/datalist.htm

**Create a Graph**: Create four different types of graphs online. http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/Graphing/

**Graphing and Data Collection**http://www.k111.k12.il.us/king/math.htm#Graphing/%20Data%20Collections

**PBS Teacher Resources for Data Anaylsis**: Choose your grade 3- 12 and select data analysis http://www.pbs.org/teachersource/math.htm

**Quiz Bus:**

*Dealing with Data*For grades 4-8. Practice collecting, presenting and analyzing data. Includes online videos and teacher guide http://westernreservepublicmedia.org/quizbus/index.htm

**Gapminder**

Tons of authentic data from the UN. Site is interactive and the data is amazing and visually easy to interpret! http://www.gapminder.org/

**Worldometers.info**

See real-time data on a host of topics important to daily life around the world:

* world population (e.g., births this year, deaths today, net population growth for today)

* government and economics (daily government spending by category; computers sold)

* society and media (new book titles published, money spent on video games, Google searches)

* environment (forest loss, carbon dioxide emissions, current average temperature)

* food (tons of food produced; people who died of hunger)

* water (water consumed, people with no access to safe drinking water)

* energy (solar energy striking Earth; oil pumped; oil, gas, and coal left)

* health (deaths caused by alcohol, suicides, road traffic accident fatalities)

http://www.worldometers.info/

**CESAME**

**Support site for Investigations**A comprehensive K - 5 mathematics curriculum project which supports teachers who are implementing investigations in number data and space. There is a discussion area where you can share your ideas, and games. http://www.lab.brown.edu/investigations

**Reaction Time**

Students test their reflexes in different challenges. Collect and analyze data. http://www.exploratorium.edu/baseball/reactiontime.html and http://serendip.brynmawr.edu/bb/reaction/reaction.html

**Geogebra**: A dynamic mathematics software that joins geometry, algebra and calculus. It is developed for education in secondary schools by Markus Hohenwarter at the University of Salzburg. Click here to visit the official homepage. This freeware program uses Java, and runs on almost any modern platform. GeoGebra received several international awards including the European and German educational software awards.

http://www.geogebra.org/cms/

**Teaching with Data Simulations**http://serc.carleton.edu/sp/library/datasim/

* What Is Teaching with Data Simulations?

* Why Teach Using Data Simulations?

* How to Teach Using Data Simulations

* Available Technologies

* Classroom Examples

* References on Teaching with Data Simulations

**NationMaster**

Website for generating graphs and correlations is based on numerical data extracted from the CIA World Factbook, United Nations, World Health Organization, World Bank, World Resources Institute, UNESCO, UNICEF, OECD, and other sources of indicators that shape global commerce, health, politics and ecology. http://www.nationmaster.com/

Sections of the site include:

* Stats in the News

* New Articles

* Top Stats

* Recent Updates

* Recent Articles

* Education

**Student Section**

http://www.nationmaster.com/student_intro.php

* Country listing

* Maps of the countries

* Flags

* Listing of the categories

* Questions commonly asked by students

* GeoLab online quiz

**StateMaster**

StateMaster is a statistical database which allows you to research and compare a multitude of different data on US states. It includes pie charts, maps, graphs, scatterplots and there are thousands of map and flag images, state profiles, and correlations. http://www.statemaster.com/

**Middle and High School**

**Cool Math**http://www.coolmath.com/

**Math is Visual**is a website that features videos and images that are designed to help students understand mathematics concepts. There's more to the site than just some videos and pictures. With every video you will find written directions for using the visual aids in a lesson. You can find videos on Math is Visual by using the search box or by going to the how to page and choosing from the playlists on that page. ( www.freetech4teachers.com )

**MathsLinks.net**is a site created by a mathematics teacher for mathematics teachers. On the site you will find collections of games, interactive demonstrations, and lesson ideas for use in elementary, middle, and high school mathematics lessons. The best way to get started on MathsLinks is to head to the Links section of MathsLinks and select a topic and subtopic. You chosen subtopic will display resources like games, interactive displays, and PDFs that contain lesson ideas. Speaking of lesson ideas, the Starters section of MathsLinks offers plenty of quick "do-now" types of activities that you can use in your classroom. ( www.freetech4teachers.com )

**Exploring Computational Thinking**http://www.google.com/edu/computational-thinking/ These classroom-ready lessons, worksheets, and examples emphasize pattern recognition, algorithm design, and other computational thinking (CT) skills. Created by teachers in collaboration with software engineers from Google, the materials cover pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, and calculus. Google invites teachers to adapt these resources for your own 6-12th graders; and provides a Getting Started Guide, FAQ, and discussion forums for building your own CT curricula.

**Scratchwork**is an online whiteboard and video conferencing tool designed with math students in mind. The platform works like many similar services as it provides you with a whiteboard on which you can draw, type, and import images to annotate. Scratchwork is a little different than other services because it includes a Latex editor for writing equations. Scratchwork also offers an option to draw on a tablet and import those drawings. The collaboration aspect of Scratchwork comes into the picture when you activate the video conferencing component built into Scratchwork. ( freetech4teaching.com )

**Get the Math**is a website geared toward middle and high school students that helps them build problem-solving skills and solve real-world problems with algebra. There's no login or saved data; kids watch awesome video clips of professionals using math in their jobs. Then they get a chance to try it themselves with the mathematical challenges the site poses. It's hip and fun and teaches legit algebra.

**Braingenie**is a free service offered by the CK-12 Foundation. Braingenie provides online math and science practice activities for elementary, middle, and high school students. Braingenie's library of activities is divided into nine sections and many subsections. The nine sections are 1-8 Math, Brain Math, Algebra I, Algebra II, Precalculus, 6-8 Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Students can use Braingenie independently by simply going to the site and clicking on the "learn and practice" button. Students can use any and all of the practice activities without having to register on the site. Students who do create Braingenie accounts can save their progress and their scores.www.freetech4teachers.com

**Braingenie**

**Delta Math**is a free program that allows teachers to combine modules of lessons for their students to complete. The modules cover a wide range of topics taught in Middle School math, Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, and Computer Science. Once teachers set up their account and create their classes, they can provide students with a code to join their class. Students can work through modules at their own pace. The program includes built in graphing and statistical calculators as well as a keyboard that allows the user to write mathematical expressions. There program also shows students the steps to get the correct solution.

**Function Carnival**Students watch an animation and graph its function

**Algebra Games and Simulations**

**Nudge**, an

**iPad**and

**Android** app from Benciti Technology, provides students with interactive, on-demand algebra tutorials. The app includes practice problems that students can attempt to solve on their mobile devices. When they get stuck on a problem, students can ask for a hint or a demonstration of how to solve the problem. Nudge also shows students where they made their mistakes in solving the problem.

**Inside Mathematics**

Inside mathematics is frequently cited as the best, most thought-provoking task-based website used for algebra classrooms. With its fantastic design, MARS produces tasks containing access points for all learners. Within each lesson provided, there is a task, a rubric, core mathematical ideas and challenges, questions for teacher reflection, student discussion topics, graphing and analysis, and more. Check out new features posted every month on the left-hand side, as well as tools for coaches, principals, and administrators.

**Opus**is a service that aims to help middle school mathematics teachers discover sample math problems aligned to Common Core standards. To find problems on Opus search by entering a topic and selecting a grade. You can also find problems by clicking the "browse the Core directly" link on the Opus homepage. Either way when you find a problem you can save it to your free Opus account where you can then generate a Word doc or Google Document of all of your saved problems. You can also create an answer sheet in your Opus account.

**Get the Math**is a website designed to provide teachers and students with Algebra-based mathematics challenges. Get the Math tries to put the challenges in the context of the "real world" scenarios of fashion design, video game design, basketball, restaurant management, movie special effects, and music production.

**Mathalicious- Real-World Problem-Solving**- includes “real life” topics that keep students engaged. This site provides junior high math teachers with lessons to teach math in a way that engages their students and understand how the world works.

**GeoGebra - Geometry, Algebra And Calculus**http://www.geogebra.org

According to their website, “GeoGebra is a free and multi-platform dynamic mathematics software for schools that joins geometry, algebra and calculus. It received several international awards including the European and German educational software awards.

**Algebra 4 All**http://a4a.learnport.org/ A social network made dedicated to algebra teachers. At Algebra 4 All (A4A), teachers support one another in the practice of teaching algebra.

**E-examples**http://standards.nctm.org/document/eexamples/index.htm

Created by NCTM.

**Radical Math**resource for integrating social and economic justice issues into the math curriculum

**Culturally Situated Design Tools.**It contains fourteen units of study based around instances of mathematics concepts, including fractals, basic Algebra, and Geometry concepts occurring in cultural designs. The units of study can be used with middle school and high school students. The resource page for teachers provides some additional resources and background information.

**BLOSSOMS Video Modules**http://blossoms.mit.edu/ The high school lessons in this open repository of interactive modules are not long lectures to be watched passively, but rather video clips that engage teachers in a "teaching duet" with a partner whose own classroom might be a world away. BLOSSOMS stands for Blended Learning Science or Math Studies. Created by faculty of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and partnering educators in Jordan, Pakistan, Lebanon, and Saudi Arabia, the first of BLOSSOMS' active, goal-oriented math modules include

**ExploreLearning**offers a catalog of modular, interactive simulations in math and science for teachers and students in grades 6-12. The simulations are called "gizmos." Gizmos are fun, easy to use, and flexible enough to support many different teaching styles and contexts. http://www.explorelearning.com/

**Amazing Mathematical Object Factory**allows you to review many combinatorial objects by producing lists of mathematical objects. This game helps make discrete mathematics more accessible. There is a brief but thorough description of what a combinatorial object is, such as permutations and subsets. It also discusses the role of combinatorial objects in discrete mathematics.

**Would You Rather?**presents a picture with a mathematics problem that asks "would you rather?"

**Maths Online**

Its gallery of multimedia learning units (Java applets), on math subjects for secondary school, high school, college, and university, has since more than tripled in size. Available in English and German, it offers guided exercises, solutions, and curricular applications of the exercises. http://www.univie.ac.at/future.media/moe/

**FloorPlans**http://www.floorplanner.com/ User friendly program to draw floor plans

Maths online also provides selected online tools, including scientific calculators; tools for plotting 2D and 3D graphs, differentiating and integrating functions, and solving equations; and links to other useful collections of tools: http://www.univie.ac.at/future.media/moe/onlinewerkzeuge.html

The site also lists and describes math links that emphasize interactive learning material. http://www.univie.ac.at/future.media/moe/einzelthemen.html

**The Middle School Portal**: A series of resources that support the teaching of the Curriculum Focal Points for grades 5 through 8. Each series begins with an introduction and includes background information for teachers.

Grade 5 http://msteacher.org/epubs/math/math13/math.aspx

Grade 6 http://msteacher.org/epubs/math/math14/math.aspx

Grade 7 http://msteacher.org/epubs/math/math15/math.aspx

Grade 8 http://msteacher.org/epubs/math/math16/math.aspx

**Plane Math**– A web site that hopes to improve access to mathematics and aeronautics curricula materials for 4th-7th graders with physical disabilities and inspire and motivate

students with physical disabilities to pursue aeronautics-related careers -

http://www.planemath.com/planemathmain.html

**Math Interactives**- (gr.6 - 12) Problems solving, patterns, equations http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/mejhm/index.html?l=0

**PBS Teacherline Interactives**http://www.pbs.org/teacherline/resources/interactives.cfm

The PBS site features 12 interactive math lessons that use geoboards, histograms, floor tiles, space blocks and more to solve mathematical problems. Objectives, suggestions for use, and often printables are included. To teach linear functions, two manipulatives (Make a Rule and Real-life Data) demonstrate the relationship between a real-life situation, the values it presents and the mathematical equation that generates those values. They can be used separately or instructions are provided for using them together.

**Whyslopes**http://www.whyslopes.com/ "Appetizers and lessons for mathematics and reason." Look for the math formulas neatly typeset with LaTeX, Flash videos, and other rich media supported by his new content management system.

**Tech Powered Math**http://www.techpoweredmath.com/

Lucas Allen has begun this site designed to alert students, parents, and educators to new developments in technology for learning math and educate them on how to use those resources.

**TierneyLab Puzzles**

John Tierney, The New York Times' science columnist, writes challenging word problems that "put ideas in science to the test." Solve and comment on the puzzles and their extra credit extensions. http://tierneylab.blogs.nytimes.com/tag/puzzles/

**Algebasics**This site contains a variety of interactive Algebra help/ problems/activities http://www.algebasics.com

**Quiz Bus:**

*Dealing with Data*For grades 4-8. Practice collecting, presenting and analyzing data. Includes online videos and teacher guide http://westernreservepublicmedia.org/quizbus/index.htm

**Math Star**NM Middle School math resources including authentic math with video http://mathstar.nmsu.edu/teacher/mathlinks.html

**SELECT Math website**http://boston.k12.ma.us/teach/technology/select/

This is another site which organizes links to virtual manipulatives found on other sites. The site was developed by the Boston Public School District to link virtual manipulatives to the math and technology curricula, grades 6 through high school. Activities are aligned to MA state standards and to the Connected Math textbook series by Prentice Hall. The site contains links to many virtual manipulatives at sites such as Shodor and the National Library of Virtual Manipulatives, organized as shown in the chart below.

**The Interactive Mathematics Classroom -**A digital library of third-party technology resources for teaching mathematics. Grades 3-12. Topics include: Algebra and Patterns, Calculus ,Decimal Operations, Geometry, Mathematical Proof, Measurement, Probability, Statistics Thinking Mathematically, Trigonometry, Vectors, General http://www.interactivemaths.net/

**Learning Algebra Fundamentals -**These Macromedia Flash resources address fundamental algebra skills. Suitable for students who are learning algebra for the first time or who are reviewing concepts for mastery, these tutorials are progressively challenging to address a wide range of ability levels. http://www.curriculum.org/tcf/teachers/projects/repository/algebra/

**Mathematics and Elections**- Classroom resources for studying and explaining the mathematics involved in the election process.

**Visual Math: Functions & Algebra WebBook**- The 200-plus pages of activities and over 80 Java applets of this interactive Windows textbook cover: Linear Functions Functions Defined on Intervals Representations of Linear Functions Rate of Change of Linear Functions Transformations of Graphs Addition and Subtraction of Linear Functions Equivalent Expressions of Functions Functions Defined on Intervals

Quadratic Functions Equivalent Quadratic Expressions Graph Transformations: The Vertex Form Adding Functions: The Polynomial Form Products of Linear Functions Quadratic Growth Economic Decisions Motion at Changing Speed Graphic Design Solving Equations Comparisons and Operations http://www.cet.ac.il/math/function/english/

**Interactives**

Interactives from Annenberg Media provides educators and students with strategies, content, and activities that can enhance and improve students' skills.

* Geometry 3D Shapes (Grades 6-8), Math in Daily Life (Grades 9-12), Metric Conversions (Grades 6-8), Statistics (Grades 9-12)

**Mathematical Moment**http://www.ams.org/mathmoments

The American Mathematical Society's latest "Mathematical Moments" connect mathematics with the world: From global warming to Sudoku; racing for America's Cup to reconstructive surgery; preserving archaeological treasures to burying carbon dioxide.

**Money Math: Lessons for Life**- For middle school students. Teaches math concepts using real-life examples from perona finance. Lessonplans, reproducible activity pages, and teaching tips. http://www.publicdebt.treas.gov/mar/marmoneymath.htm

**Materials for Math Teaching - Antonija Horvatek**

http://public.carnet.hr/~ahorvate/materials-English.htm Power Point (.ppt) files that explain:

* fractions, decimal numbers, integers, rational numbers, equations, functions

**Discovering Polygons and Polyhedra**

A page designed to encourage interactive exploration of polygons and polyhedra, and appreciation of their beauty. The site contains diagrams and applets, and invites readers to explore and find answers for themselves. http://internal.maths.adelaide.edu.au/people/pscott/polyhedra/

**Math in the Movies : A Guide to Major Motion Pictures with Scenes of Real Mathematics**http://www.world.std.com/%7Ereinhold/mathmovies.html

**Interactive Mathematics Online**This mathematics site has tutorials in Algebra and Trigonometry and a very extensive section about Geometry. It also includes a lot of information about programming with Java, Chaos Theory, and fractal generation http://www.thinkquest.org/library/site_sum.html?tname=2647&url=2647/main.htm

**Math Problems with a Point gr 6-12**http://www2.edc.org/MathProblems/ Problems "with a Point" help students in grades 6-12 learn new mathematical ideas by building on old ones. Each problem or sequence focuses on one mathematical idea and also connects that idea with others.

**Wolfram Project Calculus**http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/topic.html?topic=Calculus&limit=20 Interactive demonstrations. Some need Mathematica 6 player, which is free at http://www.wolfram.com/products/player/

**Train Trouble**http://mathforum.org/mathtools/tpow/24045/

How fast is the train moving to a Herman and Sheila to each escape the tunnel?

**Tool: Parachute Drag**- http://mathforum.org/mathtools/tool/23644/

Explore the effects of mass, displacement, and drag on thelow functioning of a parachute in this simulation.

**Tool: Pollution and Peppered Moths**http://mathforum.org/mathtools/tool/23639/

This model explores the effects of pollution and bird predation on the protective coloration of peppered moths(through directed selection). A series of questions guides students' explorations.

**Math World High School and College resources**: http://mathworld.wolfram.com/

**Calc3D**http://www.calc3d.com This site has interactive Mathematical graph and charting software for geometry and statistics

**Chart Gizmo**http://chartgizmo.com This site has an incredible chart builder for any type of data that can be typed or uploaded to this tool

**Chart Tool http**://www.onlinecharttool.com This site is another great tool for creating Charts and graphs On Onlinecharttool.com you can design and share your own graphs online and for free Supports a number of different chart types like: bar charts, pie charts, line charts, bubble charts and radar plots.

**CrickWeb**http://www.crickweb.co.uk/ks1numeracy.html Math interactive tools for white boards

**Algebra.com**http://www.algebra.com/algebra/homework/coordinate/#Plot

**Interactive Library Applets for Math, Chemistry, Biology, Biochemistry & Earth Science 6-12**http://edinfo.securesites.net/il/il_math.htm The Interactive Library is about "real interactivity"! The database contains hundreds of activities that make use of sophisticated java, vrml and shockwave programs.

**Algebra Tutor**: http://www.algebratutor.org/

**Explore Math**: Interactive math activities and simulations http://www.explorelearning.com/index.cfm?method=cResource.dspResourceCatalog

**GoMath**: Games, Formula to Go, Auto Graph http://www.gomath.com/

**Keypress: Support for Geometric Sketchpad**: activities, java online simulations http://www.keypress.com/sketchpad/

**Interactive Algebra and Calculus**: http://www.teacherlink.org/content/math/interactive/flash/home.html

**Algebra Help and Tutorials**Interactive algebra tutorials and simulations http://math.about.com/cs/algebra/index.htm?once=true&

**Algebra Archives**: Online resources for learning and teaching algebra http://archives.math.utk.edu/topics/algebra.html

**Mazes**: Numerous types of math puzzles http://www.mazes.com/

**Education Place by Houghton Mifflin**- Challenge students with the weekly word problem. Each page can be printed and copied for classroom use. Divided by Grades 3-4, Grades 5-6 and Grades 7-8 – http://www.eduplace.com/math/brain/index.html

**Math Notes**: Downloadable program for algebra and caculator activiites http://www.mathnotes.com/aw_introalg.html

**Figure This!**: Math challenges for middle school students. http://www.figurethis.org

**Florida State Math Education**: Activities, games, logic puzzles for k-12 http://www.math.fsu.edu/science/Education.html

Animated proof of the

**Pythagorean theorem**http://www.nadn.navy.mil/MathDept/mdm/pyth.html

**Shodor**: Function and algebra simulations http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/index.html

**Technical Math**: Graphing Calculator tutorials: http://www.technicalmath.com/btm/btm_cal/graph.htm

**The Learning Equation (9-12)**This site presents 15 applets for exploring mathematics topics in geometry, trigonometry, and probability. Each applet has detailed directions for use and suggestions for exploration. http://members.shaw.ca/ron.blond/TLE/index.html

**Visual Calculus**: http://archives.math.utk.edu/visual.calculus/

**Calculus:**This site contains interactive java applets that demonstrate concepts from calculus. The page has three main sections that cover topics concerning limits, derivatives, and integrals. http://www.ies.co.jp/math/products/calc/menu.html

**Math and Physics Applets**(9-12) This site contains java applets that are designed to help students visualize important concepts in mathematics and physics. Applets include simulations and demonstrations of sound waves, membrane oscillators, and vector fields.http://www.falstad.com/mathphysics.html

**Smith's Stuff: Resources**http://www.smithmath.com/resources/

* Customizable Graphing Game

* To Curve or Not to Curve

* Dynamic Lesson Planning Template

* Parametric Derivative Sketch

* Exploring Logs Sketch

* Sailing the Seven Seas of Transformations

* Quadratic Hands On Lab

* f and f' Sketch

* Symbolic

* Integral Study Cards

* Polar Area Sketch

**Virtual laboratories in probability and statistics**(11-12) This site provides a set of web based resources for students and teachers of probability and statistics. The site is divided into chapters grouped into topics for probability, statistics and special models, including Bernoulli Trials. http://www.math.uah.edu/stat/

**Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education**Provides inquiry based activities and collaborative projects in science and math http://www.ciese.org/currichome.html

**VESTAC, Visualization of and Experimentation with STAtistical Concepts**(11-12) This site features applets designed to help students more easily visualize and understand abstract statistics concepts through interactive computer-aided instruction. http://ucs.kuleuven.be/java/index.htm

**Seeing statistics**(10-12) This site was designed to help students of statistics learn the dynamic, visual nature of statistical concepts using interactive methods. The site uses more than 150 Java applets. http://www.seeingstatistics.com/

**Assessments**

**Balanced Assessment**http://balancedassessment.concord.org/tasksalpha.html Offers over 300 mathematics assessment tasks for grades K-12

**iPracticeMath**is a site for educators or students looking to teach, learn, or reinforce their math skills. Geared towards K-12, iPracticeMath covers a wide variety of subjects such as: Geometry, Algebra, Fractions, etc. Also, iPM has an abundance of resources for educators/students to use such as: worksheets, problem walkthroughs, glossary, and more. Best of all a registered educator/parent can get detailed reporting and track student progres

**Student Evaluation**- Self reflection often is insightful for all stakeholders. This simple form cuts to the chase for differentiated instruction.

**LearnBop**- A site for educators teaching Math in grades K-12 that tracks student progress and allows educators to differentiate instruction.

Woot Math is a research-backed platform for schools. It is designed to help teachers reach more students in their classroom. The Woot Math platform helps students make their thinking visible as they dive into new math material. Students have access to collaborative features that foster rich math discussions throughout the school year. With Woot Math, teachers can deliver personalized learning to their students as children build their confidence and tackle new math skills.

**XtraMath**is a free service designed to help you help your students master the building blocks of solving mathematics problems. I've reviewed the service before and every time I do someone replies with a positive note about the service. One of the things that makes XtraMath popular is its support for multiple languages. The service provides an online environment in which students complete practice activities that are recorded and shared with teachers and parents. The purpose of XtraMath is to help teachers and parents monitor the progress that their students are making and prepare lessons that meet students where they are

**OpenEd**is a service that has created a huge catalog of educational videos and games that you can browse by topic, grade level, or Common Core standard. Recently, assessments were added to the OpenEd catalog.

**can be found in the same manner as videos and games. To find an assessment select a topic, grade level, or standard then search.**

*Assessments*__iPad app is a simple website with more power than meets the eye. A first glance, it's a menu of mostly math skills for students to practice. But keep exploring video__

**ThatMathQuiz****Geddit**This site allows students to use any mobile device to gauge their understanding of any given topic/lesson. The way this works as a lesson is being given they click/tap a on bar (think bar graph increasing vertically) to show their understanding (i.e., 1 bar - not very - 4 bars - very). On the the teacher's device they will receive instant real-time feedback and be able to see which students are doing good and which ones are struggling. This is a great way for teachers to differentiate instruction and adjust their lessons to meet individual needs.

**EDpuzzle**- How about turning a video into an interactive lesson? With this free website, add audio notes and quizzes at any point to a video.

**Socrative 2.0**includes a brand new design and great new features. Here is an introductory

__video__about the new features. It is a system that uses cell phones and or laptops (user's choice) for gathering feedback from students. You can post as many questions as you like in a variety of formats.

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**Back-Channeling with Socrative**| Socrative Garden-

Socrative has class backchannel capabilities.

**Socrative for iPad**

Socrative is an app that turns any device into part of a student response system. If you have BYOD or iPad or any type of 1:1 technology, Socrative is a must use so you don't have to buy a separate response system. Socrative now allows you to add images to your questions and have short answer quizzes graded for you. Additionally, the short answer activity now allows you to display your question on your audience's devices. See Infuse learning below for a comparative program.

**InfuseLearning**

is a learning response system that is ideal for any BYOD program. This is a free site that works on mobile devices and allows teachers to quiz or poll students in public or private classrooms. Also, teachers can include images in their questions. Another great feature is IL allows for differentiation by translating or speaking text. Similar to Socrative and some think a simpler interface

**Blubbr**quiz creation service. Using Blubbr you can create interactive quizzes that are based on YouTube clips. The structure of the quizzes has a viewer watch a short clip then answer a multiple choice question about the clip. Viewers know right away if they chose the correct answer or not. To create a quiz on Blubbr start by entering a topic for your quiz. After entering your topic enter a search for a video about that topic. Blubbr will generate a list of videos that you can select from to use in your quiz. When you find a video that works for you, trim the clip to a length that you like then write out your question and answer choices. Click here to try a short Blubbr quiz about the human heart.

**Nearpod**iOS app and/or website that teachers can use to create quizzes, polls, and multimedia presentations. Those materials can be shared directly to students who have the Nearpod student app installed. Teachers can view students' responses individually or as a whole class. video

**Student Evaluation**- Self reflection often is insightful for all stakeholders. This simple form cuts to the chase for differentiated instruction.

**Frolyc**a tool for teachers looking to design their own lesson-based activities. Teachers can create activities for students like: completing a graphic organizer, identify cause and effect in a passage, draw a response to a question or take a quiz. Students can access activities that are assigned to them by a teacher using Frolyc’s iPad app

**Learnclick**Easily create Cloze Quizzes with this app. Choose between blank fields, dropdowns, drag&drop as well as multiple choice quizzes. See detailed statistics on how well your students performed.

**GoClass**is a free iPad application for creating short lessons and delivering them to your students. The lessons can include annotated images, free hand sketches, text, and video. GoClass gives teachers tools for creating class rosters that they can use to keep track of which students are using the lessons when. Teachers also have the option to ask questions and poll their students. After the students' response have been gathered teachers can project those responses without showing individual student's names.

**. As students complete the activity, teachers will receive feedback on student progress in real time! You can access a library filled with Common Core aligned activities created and shared by other teachers. You can create a unique learning experience for your students. a learning and**

__Activity Spot__**, Froylc is a powerful platform for increasing student engagement and monitoring student progress. Since Froylc lets users assign activities to students individually, it’s easy to**

*assessment tool***student tasks.**

*differentiate***Kahoot**is a new service for delivering online quizzes and surveys to your students. The premise of Kahoot is similar to that of Socrative and Infuse Learning. On Kahoot you create a quiz or survey that your students respond to through any device that has a web browser (iPad, Android device, Chromebook). Your Kahoot questions can include pictures and videos.

__- Sometimes you may wish to just ask a question and let your students give their creative answer. Answer Garden allows you to do this on the web. You can show the interaction on a website, print the results, or even put the results into a Word Cloud for the class to analyze!__

**Answer Garden****Mentimeter**is a free service that allows you to pose a question to your audience and get instant feedback on that question through cell phones, tablets, and any other Internet-connected device. Includes open-ended response format. Mentimeter allows you to create an unlimited amount of questions and collect unlimited responses. The user interface is clean and simple and your students don't need to create accounts in order to respond to your questions.

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**OpenEd**is a service that has created a huge catalog of educational videos and games that you can browse by topic, grade level, or Common Core standard. Recently, assessments were added to the OpenEd catalog.

**can be found in the same manner as videos and games. To find an assessment select a topic, grade level, or standard then search.**

*Assessments***Geddit**This site allows students to use any mobile device to gauge their understanding of any given topic/lesson. The way this works as a lesson is being given they click/tap a on bar (think bar graph increasing vertically) to show their understanding (i.e., 1 bar - not very - 4 bars - very). On the the teacher's device they will receive instant real-time feedback and be able to see which students are doing good and which ones are struggling. This is a great way for teachers to differentiate instruction and adjust their lessons to meet individual needs.

**15 Assessments That Don't Suck**

ZearnThorough scaffolding and reinforcement of learned skills, great resources for live instruction, and tons of useful data. Students begin class with whole-group instruction. Next, students get in-class time working independently or with one or two partners on digital lessons, then work in small groups with a teacher to "deepen, extend, and remediate" based on detailed reports of student progress.

Zearn

**eQuizShow**, an easy way for teachers or students to create Jeopardy-style review games. Unlike similar tools you do not have to download or upload any PowerPoint files to use eQuizShow. On eQuizShow you can build and display your quiz completely online.

**Gooru**is a place to find and or create collections of educational videos, texts, and images. Gooru's new interface includes the option to search for materials according to ELA Common Core standards. Another new feature of the revamped Gooru interface is dragging and dropping items from your search results to your collections. Now you can also

**to go along with each of your collections.**

*create quizzes***EQ**

**uizzer**Create a variety of quiz types. Fill in the Blank, Multiple Choice, True or False. Multi-Marked, Matching, Short Answer

**ProProfs Quiz Maker**Can add videos to your quizzes.

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**EDpuzzle**- How about turning a video into an interactive lesson? With this free website, add audio notes and quizzes at any point to a video.

**QuizBean**is a platform for creating simple image-based quizzes that your students can complete online. You can create QuizBean accounts for students that do not have email addresses. You can assign quizzes to students on a class-by-class or individual basis. Quiz results are automatically sent to your teacher dashboard when students have completed a quiz.

**Authentic Assessment Toolbox**

**ImageQuiz**This tool allows you to create quizzes around images. ImageQuiz has several predefined quizzes that you can use with images but you can also create your own quizzes based on images you want.

**Quipper**is an iOS/Android app for finding or creating quizzes. This app already has a large repository of quizzes but a user can create their own as well. A nice feature is the ability to track your progress on a quiz/subject as well as the detailed explanations around each topic

**Quiz Revolution**- create interactive online assessments and analyze the data It is an easy way to make a multimedia quiz for your website or blog. With Quiz Revolution you can include video, audio, and image file in your quiz. Each

question in your quiz can have a different media format. There are two options for

answer format, multiple choice or open-ended response. Quizzes are easy to create and easy to embed into a website or blog. If your students register for a Quiz Revolution account before they take your quiz, you can monitor their quiz results.

**QuizStar**web based testing manager that allows educators to create a class, quizzes, administer quizzes and view results. Unique Feature: Multimedia files can be included in quizzes. There is also a unique student log in page with a tutorial.

**Studiyo**- Allows you create quizzes and customize them

**Gnowledge**is a free site designed for creating and sharing tests, done through an innovative, easy-to-use interface. Anyone familiar with test creation sites or PowerGrade will feel right at home. Also, there is a definite social networking aspect that is ideal for 21st Century learning through collaboration and the sharing of tests and answers.hands-on tutorials and a great FAQ page.

**Fifty Sneakers**A service for cataloging content that you quiz your students on. Your catalog of quiz materials can include a variety of text questions, images, and videos. Fifty Sneakers makes it easy to create quizzes and other assessment tools from your catalog. When it comes time to create a quiz, open your Fifty Sneakers content then select the questions and materials that you want to include in your quiz then print out your quiz. Fifty Sneakers provides detailed tutorials to get you started building your content library and quizzes.

**Understoodit**web app for quickly gauging your students' understanding of information that you have shared with them. Just open your account and open the simple poll of "understand" or "confused." Students can vote using any internet-connected device. Students can vote whenever you have the poll open. They can vote multiple times too. So if they are confused at the beginning of class, but understand ten minutes later they can change their votes.

**The Answer Pad**. allows you to set up an electronic answer sheet to a test you’ve already created. Students can then “fill in” their multiple-choice answers by using the TAPit app or The Answer Pad website Ability to assign a Common Core Standard to each question. Also, w/ their latest feature, Go Interactive, it turns an iPad or mobile device into a Student Response "clicker" system. This takes the whole "clicker" system that most schools use w/ an interactive whiteboard to a whole new level. Now teachers can engage students and assess their learning in real-time w/ no prep work.

**19 Pencils**- A site for creating quizzes and websites with student tracking.

**Understoodit**web app for quickly gauging your students' understanding of information that you have shared with them. Just open your account and open the simple poll of "understand" or "confused." Students can vote using any internet-connected device. Students can vote whenever you have the poll open. They can vote multiple times too. So if they are confused at the beginning of class, but understand ten minutes later they can change their votes.

**Apps**

Most of the app links are for IOS but check to see if there is an Android option

Most of the app links are for IOS but check to see if there is an Android option

**Calculators | Graphing | K - 5 | Middle School | Algebra | High School**

**Elementary Math with iPad**- Free Book

Learn how other teachers have taught math with iPad, and how you can integrate a variety of content for iPad into your own math classrooms. You'll find examples of math lessons that can complement your instruction and help you understand how to use different types of content for iPad together. And you'll explore curated math collections to help you discover apps, books, and iTunes U materials to build your own math lessons.

**Calculators**

__Calculator Free__**Three calculating modes- Standard, String and RPN**

**Number Frames**iOS and web app that helps students create arrays. They can construct frames of numbers to five, ten, twenty, and one hundred. Students use the frames to count, represent, compare, and compute a set of numbers. This app helps students see quantities as equal groups and draw conclusions about different quantities.

**Mathsrulz**formula flashcards and calculators is the most feature packed mathematics app on the appstore.This FREE app has over 50 calculators to help you answer those tricky questions. The app also has a memory test function to help you memorize those tricky formulas, perfect for exam preparation! This app is perfect for students in secondary school but is great for anyone wanting to refresh their memory.

**Maple Player**Comes with a collection of interactive calculators and conceptual explorations. Find solutions to integrals, derivatives, limits, plot arbitrary functions, and calculate solutions to linear systems.

**OoO Calculator**from the creator of Math File Folder Games. The calculator solves "order of operation" problems. Best of all it breaks down how to solve the problem and also gives the student a "whiteboard" to work out the problem for themselves too.

**Touchcalc**multimode calculator for iphone and iPad

**Graphing and Data**

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**GraphBook**interactive graphing examples

**Quick Graph**Graphing calculator, move pinch and rotate in 2D, 3D and 4D

**Data Analysis**a general purpose iPad App for the plotting and analysis of all types of data that can be formulated as x,y pairs. The program can be used easily by both students and professionals. It is particularly useful for quick analysis of various types of data by curve fitting, analysis of data via a standard curve, and analysis of various types

**Choreo Graph**arts-meets-math creation tool engaging (and silly), and coordinating lessons support learning.

**Sketch2Graph**Use it to learn more about the relationship between the graphical and algebraic representation of math expressions. In most graphing apps you provide a math expression and get a graph. With Sketch2Graph it is the opposite-- you draw a graph and get back math that represents what you drew.

**Create a Graph**Web site : save graphs to iPad Photo

**Graph Book**Interactive graphing examples

**K - 5**

**Playful Minds**(K - 3) provides your child with a gradual and in-depth understanding of math.

**Thinking Blocks**for elementary and middle school mathematics provides interactive templates in which students use brightly colored blocks to model and solve problems. As students work through the problems they are provided with feedback as to whether or not they are using the correct sequence to solve each problem. There are templates and problems for addition, multiplication, fractions, and ratios. You can also develop your own problems using the modeling tool.

**MathScaled**is a prototype series of puzzles based on a balance-scale format. The goal is to place different shapes with unknown weights on the scale so that it is balanced. Puzzles have embedded supports for solving, such as a Scratch Pad for recording information and the option for immediate feedback on your progress. Learners can also choose from different levels of puzzle challenge.

**Math Manipulative Apps for iPad**

**Virtual Manipulatives**

**offers animated math lessons and practice assessments for students. The animations provide instruction for solving word problems. The word problems contain visual aids to help students understand the explanations that they hear and read on the app. At the end of each unit in HeyMath! students can test their comprehension with a practice assessment.**

**HeyMath! from Singapore****Motion Math: Wings**Practice mental multiplication, pattern recognition, and estimation

**Math Tapper Estimating Fractions**

**Students estimate fractions by observing symbols and pictures**

**MagicPlan CSI**- Have a lesson where your students are pretending they are detectives at a crime scene? This floor plan app will help them sketch out a room.

**Mathchat**

**– easy to create math problems, students can draw responses, help each other, ask friends for help all through a live communication function within the app**

**TowerStorm**The game takes place in a multiplayer 3D virtual world. Players can create their avatar and unlock special power ups as they immerse themselves in a fun 3D world while solving problems in Math/Literacy aligned to Common Core Standards. The game tracks a players score and generates detail reports as well as lets a player customize and select what problems they want to encounter (i.e. Algebra, Vocabulary, etc.). Also, TowerStorm has high replay value as each game lasts only 5 minutes.

**MathLands**it’s full of problem solving and critical thinking games that are completely free. This app is great for students at a variety of levels.

**Carroll Sort Numbers**Sort numbers on a Carroll diagram. Sort according to one or two properties, including: odd, even, multiples, square numbers, prime numbers, triangular numbers, numbers less than 30 or more than 50.

**Venn sort numbers**Sort numbers on a Venn diagram. Sort according to one or two properties, including: odd, even, multiples, square numbers, prime numbers, triangular numbers, numbers less than 30 or more than 50.

**Dragon Box**5.99 gr. (3- 10)This is a math game that teaches algebra without you really realizing that it is a math game teaching you algebra. It feels more like a logic card game than anything else. There are 200 puzzles that secretly teach kids to solve equations. They unlock each level by figuring out how to balance an equation (you have to isolate the dragon on one side of the board in order for him to emerge). After each level, he grows a little until he is full-grown. Students learn concepts such as elimination, fractions and isolating variables throughout the game. It is NOT a drill/skill type app. It is actually teaching students to think like mathematicians instead of just asking them to solve a bunch of problems.

**Learn Maths with Beluga**- math games with hundreds of hours of gameplay that learners both young and old can enjoy.

**Oh No Fractions**is an excellent free iPad app that focuses on one skill – comparing fractions using models.

**Math Champ**is a neat system of two apps working together to deliver math challenges to your students’ iPads.

**Fractions**0.99 This app uses everyday items (like a pizza or an apple) to demonstrate and quiz users on fractions. We think it’s great because it is simple to use, practical (because we don’t think you’re going to eat that whole pizza yourself!) and adaptive, so it continues to challenge you as you learn.

**Chicken Coop Fractions Game By Lumpty Learning**Grade 3-5 In this hilarious educational game you will be shown a fraction and your job is estimate the decimal equivalent by placing a nest on a number line.

**VersaMateis**It covers equivalent

**, as well as comparing, ordering, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions. This bright and colorful game asks children to interact with fractions while using critical thinking skills.**

*fractions***ThatMathQuiz**iPad app is a simple website with more power than meets the eye. At first glance, it’s a menu of mostly math skills for students to practice. Good start. Overview click

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**- app/program that helps students learn Math. This is done by having students watch video tutorials on a given subject and then writing their answer on an iPad. This is a great way for educators to "flip their classroom" and differentiate instruction.**

**Tabtor****Geometry Pad**is a fantastic free app for drawing on a coordinate plane on iPads. Draw figures, add text and identify the points on the grid. This app is great for teaching how to identify x and y values and creating your own polygons.

**Protractor !st**it is not just a protractor, it is a CONVERTER! 1 degree equals to 0.0174 radian! Having to convert between degree and radian or vice versa, you will need a calculator next to you when using normal protractors. Protractor 1st deletes this annoyance by combining all angle units measurements in one finger point.

**MathGraphs**An interactive iPad app for graphing circles, ellipses, parabolas and hyperbolas Are you interested in learning about graphing common geometrical equations? Do you have trouble remembering the formula for a circle, ellipse, parabola or hyperbola? This iPad app allows you to interact with these equations in a dynamic intuitive way.

**Geoboard**students stretch virtual rubber bands over pegboards to create lines and shapes to learn about perimeter, area, and angles.

**Grid Lines**- A innovative Battleship style Math iOS game that has students plotting points on a plane to defeat their opponent.

**- This app has students trying to recreate shapes by rotating, reflecting, or translating them to the other side of the chess board. Also, this game is blue-tooth enabled allowing multiplayers players across multiple devices.**

**Tangram Chess****Number Line**for iPad (also available as a

__web app__) is a powerful virtual tool that helps children see relationships between numbers and interact with a number line.

**Doodle Fit**The task in Doodle Fit is simple: fit the given sets of blocks into the given shapes. Drag the blocks into positions in search for the layout that covers the whole shape. A level is complete when all blocks have been used and there is no more space free in the shape.

**Number Rack**Rack provides a set of virtual number beads that are grouped into sets of five red and five white beads. Number Rack on the iPad allows students to have up to 10 rows of beads. Number Rack on the web provides up to five rows of beads. You can obscure some of the beads to model subtraction and addition with the virtual beads.

**Numberline**can be used with adding, subtracting, fractions and percent

**Number Line By**Grades 3-5 Number Line is an educational game app to help students learn about fractions, decimals, and percents by ordering equivalent fractions, decimals, and percents on a number line. The app features multiple levels where the player must drag circles with either a percent, decimal or fraction onto a number line in the correct sequence.

**Pattern Blocks**0.99 This app allows you to create virtual geometrical shapes using a grid. Different colors represent different shapes, and the tool reinforces the concept of fractions along with geometrical shapes.

**Gooru Collections**( gr. 5-12) Through the app students can find collections of resources for studying and learning about mathematics and science. To find some resources select science or math then choose a subject within either of those categories. Before you open a collection of resources you can preview the material to see if it contains videos, text, or links to websites.

**Long Division Touch**Learn the mechanics of long division with a touch interface. Drag digits down, slide the decimal into the correct position, and tap to identify repeating decimals.

**Math Tappers**

**Multiples**simple game designed first to help learners to make sense of multiplication and division with whole numbers, and then to support them in developing fluency while maintaining accuracy.

**Pick a Path**from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Players must decide the best way to reach a target number using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of positive and negative numbers.

**- has students working different Math/Algebra problems to help a robot fix his circuits and uncover the mystery behind Door 24.**

**Door 24****Axiom**This educational game has players control a ship by tilting their ipad to collect numbers and math signs to solve a equation, similar to the Marble Math games. The game has over 80 levels and gets significantly harder as the levels progress.

**Reading a ruler**

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**Measure Length – Tiny Chicken by TapToLearn**

**is an app that’sfor teaching students how to use a ruler to measure inches, centimeters and millimeters. They’ll move a ruler on their screen and find the length of different farm animals**

**Reality Basketball Game**Download the app to your iPad, print out the PDF file on their website and hold your iPad over the piece of paper. A virtual basketball hoop will pop off the page and you can shoot baskets straight from your iPad. You can teach probability, addition, or more

**Foldify**3.99 is an iPad app that students can use to design all kinds of 3D figures on their iPads. After designing their figures students can print their designs with directions for folding their designs into 3D paper objects. Foldify provides basic templates for objects like cars, houses, and people. Students complete the templates by coloring them in, adding their own pictures to the templates, and adding fun digital stamps to the templates.

**Tiny Chicken Learns Rounding**practicing rounding in the ones through ten thousands place,

**Math Bugs**

**.**Identify place value to the thousands place, students will create bugs with the number of attenteas, wings, etc

**Todo K-2 Math Practice**Designed with learning differences in mind (including kids with special needs), Todooffers Common Core-aligned math activities for a range of learners in preK-2 grade levels. The lack of student accounts and dashboard make this app useful for independent learning.

**Beluga Learning**provides a game based environment in which students practice mathematics skills. The games range from basic number line activities to some basic Algebra activities. Students create Beluga Learning accounts without using an email address. Beluga Learning keeps track of which skills students have mastered and which ones they need to spend more time practicing.

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**Dinosaur in Jurastic Park**based on PBS show with sorting, balancing and counting.

**Cargo-Bot**a simple iPad app that turns "thinking like a computer" into a genuinely addictive puzzle game.

**Grid Drawing**

**Full of puzzles for students to solve symmetry problems**

**Teaching Table**

**create interactive math lessons with interactive manipulatives let you increase student engagement and share fully customizable math lessons.**

**123 Char**

**Math Lands**kids will be asked to exercise logical and critical thinking but in the context of gameplay and puzzle-solving. The concept is called "learning through play" and it will change children's attitudes towards math.

**Sushi Monster**turn the times tables into interactive flashcards.

**Tangrams**

**Dragon Geometry**solve shape puzzles. Develops spatial thin king skills

**Number Pieces**. This app simulates base ten blocks and allows students to manipulate the pieces and annotate their screen. It’s good for children learning place value and teachers who want their students to explain their work.

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**Estimation**For students who are learning estimation, this app is basically a calculator that you plug your problem into, but it doesn’t give you an answer until you’ve made your estimate. A bar shows you if your estimate is within a reasonable range. This app is really basic, and easy to use.

**MathTappers: Numberline - a math game to help children learn whole numbers, integers & real numbers**Grades K-2 Grades 3-5 A learning game that challenges players to find the locations of numbers on a numberline. This game allows players to develop their understanding of our number system and their proportional reasoning skills by giving them an opportunity to consider the relative positions of whole, integer and real numbers on a numberline.

**Questimate**- Questimate is an innovative new educational (Math) iPad app where the student creates the estimation based questions and then solves or shares them w/ others. Students can play solo or with others and create fun questions where the answer is the best estimation to the problem. This is all done through a very easy to use interface and has a very high replay value. The game will not only save progress but the further along a student progress the more items they can "unlock".

**Hands-on Equations 1**Beginning algebra app for grade 3 and up

**Grades 6 - 8**

**Thinking Blocks**for elementary and middle school mathematics provides interactive templates in which students use brightly colored blocks to model and solve problems. As students work through the problems they are provided with feedback as to whether or not they are using the correct sequence to solve each problem. There are templates and problems for addition, multiplication, fractions, and ratios. You can also develop your own problems using the modeling tool.

**Choreo Graph**arts-meets-math creation tool engaging (and silly), and coordinating lessons support learning.

**Gooru Collections**( gr. 5-12) Through the app students can find collections of resources for studying and learning about mathematics and science. To find some resources select science or math then choose a subject within either of those categories. Before you open a collection of resources you can preview the material to see if it contains videos, text, or links to websites.

**Cymath**is another free app that also lets students scan typed or handwritten math problems to see solutions and steps. Of the three apps on this list, this one had the largest field of view for the camera. It also has the cleanest user interface except for a banner ad that appears in the free version. Cymath is available for Android and iPhone.

**Photomath**was the first app that I remember having the capability to let students snap a picture to get the answer to a math problem. It will not only show students the answer it also shows the the steps required to solve a math problem. When I recently tested the app against the other two in this list, it was the most responsive of the three. It also felt the most intuitive of the three. Photomath is available for Android and iOS.

**- has students working different Math/Algebra problems to help a robot fix his circuits and uncover the mystery behind Door 24.**

**Door 24****Think 3D Free**Interact with 3 shape

**Loot Pursuit**is a mathematics game designed for middle school students. The free iPad game requires students to know the order of operations to complete many of the math problems in the game.

**GeometrIQ**is an interactive game presenting geometrical problems covering wide range of topics such as parallel & perpendicular lines, triangles, circles, quadrilaterals, perimeter and areas and various theorems in each area.

**Algebra**

**AlgebraLab**Make connections with algebra and science**MathDisk**is an innovative new site/app (Android/iOS) that can be used for many different aspects of Math (i.e. Algebra, Geometry, graphing calculator, Calculus, and more). The this works is by creating worksheets on the easy to use graphic designer that resembles a draw program w/ lots of tools. However, it's even easier to use on a mobile device w/ a touch screen interface. A finished project can then be embedded into a site or blog and shared w/ others via email or social networks.__Support____Video overview__- Cymath Android

‘Our math problem solver is designed to help you with your math homework. In addition to homework answers, we also show you how to get there step-by-step. Let Cymath help you with your math homework today!’ - MalMath Android

’MalMath is a math problem solver with step by step description and graph view. It’s free and works offline.’

7- Ck-12 Android

‘CK-12 features 5000+ math and science lessons and concepts - all accessible anytime, anywhere. All content is created and curated by teachers, for students. Whether you’re looking to improve your grades, or brush up on your favorite math or science topics, CK-12 has you covered - for free!’

**Dragon Box**5.99 gr. (3- 10)This is a math game that teaches algebra without you really realizing that it is a math game teaching you algebra. It feels more like a logic card game than anything else. There are 200 puzzles that secretly teach kids to solve equations. After each level, he grows a little until he is full-grown. Students learn concepts such as elimination, fractions and isolating variables throughout the game. It is NOT a drill/skill type app. It is actually teaching students to think like mathematicians instead of just asking them to solve a bunch of problems.

**Equation Genius****:**will help you do you math in seconds. It supports: 1st degree equations (ax + b = c), Quadratic (2nd degree) equations (ax^2 + bx + c = 0), Cubic (3rd degree) equations (ax^3 + bx^2 + cx + d = 0), System of two unknowns (2 variables), System of three unknowns (3 variables).

**Hands on Equations Lite**visual and kinesthetic ways to understand abstract algebraic equations.**Coverup**cover up the challenging part of the equation to make it more intuitive to solve**Function My****stery Mac****h****in****e**Guess the mystery function with the help of your algebra machine**Lion Grapher**See how many lions you can get with linear equations before time runs out,**Pointplotter**Test your knowledge of the 2D coordinate system**Shuttle Mission Math**Find the weight of space creatures to assemble a space mission team**Submarine Algebra**Using mx+b format guess the location of your opponent's sub**Tortoise and the Hare Algebra**Explore rates of change in this race.

**CuriositySchool**

**focuses on solving engineering problems, including Biology, Chemistry, and Physics all in one, simple to use app.**

**GeoGebra**

**is a dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that brings together geometry, algebra, spreadsheets, graphing, statistics and calculus in one easy-to-use package. Interactive learning, teaching and evaluation resources created with GeoGebra can be shared. see website also (www.geogebra.org)**

**- has students working different Math/Algebra problems to help a robot fix his circuits and uncover the mystery behind Door 24.**

**Door 24****Buzz Math Midddle School**Learn and practice math skills. When a student gets an answer wrong it shows how to solve it. Supports differentiated instruction.

**BuzzMath Middle School**- A fantastic iPad app for Middle School students wanting to learn and practice their math skills. Some nice features is when a student gets an answer wrong BuzzMath shows them the correct answer and how to solve it. Also, supports "differentiated instruction" as well as a website with a teacher portal for managing and tracking students. - See more at: http://www.techlearning.com/Default.aspx?tabid=67&entryid=6174#sthash.8k3AO8DX.dpuf

**Sketchpad Explorer**Drag, manipulate and animate visual mathematics to develop and generalize your understanding of fundamental concepts across elementary math, geometry, algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and beyond. Based on the award-winning software The Geometer’s Sketchpad®, the Sketchpad Explorer app allows you to interact with, and investigate, any document created in Sketchpad. It does not have the comprehensive power of Sketchpad.

**Mobimaths**tools include the angle of elevation tool, the outside distance tool, the angle of rotation tool, the inside distance tool and the visual mapping tool. There is also a rods game that focuses on fractions, decimals and percentages. The current version includes the angles and distance tools. The Visual Mapping tool that is coming will allow learners to take a picture and overlay a grid to work out ratios and areas. Students will be able to move and resize the grid and add points on the grid to measure area. On the mobimaths website, you will find fantastic

__lesson ideas__for using mobimaths to learn.

**MagicPlan CSI**- Have a lesson where your students are pretending they are detectives at a crime scene? This floor plan app will help them sketch out a room.

**Questimate**- Create your own questions to build your students' estimation skills on size, speed, time,

**Axiom**is a fun math based iOS app that is free for today. This educational game has players control a ship by tilting their ipad to collect numbers and math signs to solve a equation, similar to the Marble Math games. The game has over 80 levels and gets significantly harder as the levels progress.

**Reality Basketball Game**Download the app to your iPad, print out the PDF file on their website and hold your iPad over the piece of paper. A virtual basketball hoop will pop off the page and you can shoot baskets straight from your iPad. You can teach probability, addition, or more

**CK-12 Study Now!**is a free iPad app from the Ck-12 Foundation. The free iPad app puts CK-12 Flexbooks (multimedia books) on students’ iPads. Students can browse the app by subject and topic. Each Flexbook has to be downloaded individually to students’ iPads. In some cases CK-12 Flexbooks can be a good alternative to buying textbooks. In other cases they make good supplementary material for your lessons.

**Cargo-Bot**a simple iPad app that turns "thinking like a computer" into a genuinely addictive puzzle game.

**Socrative 2.0**includes a brand new design and great new features. Here is an introductory

__video__about the new features. It is a system that uses cell phones and or laptops (user's choice) for gathering feedback from students. You can post as many questions as you like in a variety of formats.

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**Back-Channeling with Socrative**| Socrative Garden-

Socrative has class backchannel capabilities.

**Socrative for iPad**

Socrative is an app that turns any device into part of a student response system. If you have BYOD or iPad or any type of 1:1 technology, Socrative is a must use so you don't have to buy a separate response system. Socrative now allows you to add images to your questions and have short answer quizzes graded for you. Additionally, the short answer activity now allows you to display your question on your audience's devices. See Infuse learning below for a comparative program.

**ModMath**( app) is an adaptive program that improves math skills. The app lets you type math problems right onto the touch screen of an iPad rather than write them out long-hand. You can then solve the problems using the touch pad and print or e-mail the assignments all without ever picking up a pencil.

**Blubbr**quiz creation service. Using Blubbr you can create interactive quizzes that are based on YouTube clips. The structure of the quizzes has a viewer watch a short clip then answer a multiple choice question about the clip. Viewers know right away if they chose the correct answer or not. To create a quiz on Blubbr start by entering a topic for your quiz. After entering your topic enter a search for a video about that topic. Blubbr will generate a list of videos that you can select from to use in your quiz. When you find a video that works for you, trim the clip to a length that you like then write out your question and answer choices. Click here to try a short Blubbr quiz about the human heart.

**Nearpod**iOS app and/or website that teachers can use to create quizzes, polls, and multimedia presentations. Those materials can be shared directly to students who have the Nearpod student app installed. Teachers can view students' responses individually or as a whole class. video

**Student Evaluation**- Self reflection often is insightful for all stakeholders. This simple form cuts to the chase for differentiated instruction.

**Frolyc**a tool for teachers looking to design their own lesson-based activities. Teachers can create activities for students like: completing a graphic organizer, identify cause and effect in a passage, draw a response to a question or take a quiz. Students can access activities that are assigned to them by a teacher using Frolyc’s iPad app

**Learnclick**Easily create Cloze Quizzes with this app. Choose between blank fields, dropdowns, drag&drop as well as multiple choice quizzes. See detailed statistics on how well your students performed.

**GoClass**is a free iPad application for creating short lessons and delivering them to your students. The lessons can include annotated images, free hand sketches, text, and video. GoClass gives teachers tools for creating class rosters that they can use to keep track of which students are using the lessons when. Teachers also have the option to ask questions and poll their students. After the students' response have been gathered teachers can project those responses without showing individual student's names.

**. As students complete the activity, teachers will receive feedback on student progress in real time! You can access a library filled with Common Core aligned activities created and shared by other teachers. You can create a unique learning experience for your students. a learning and**

__Activity Spot__**, Froylc is a powerful platform for increasing student engagement and monitoring student progress. Since Froylc lets users assign activities to students individually, it’s easy to**

*assessment tool***student tasks.**

*differentiate***Kahoot**is a new service for delivering online quizzes and surveys to your students. The premise of Kahoot is similar to that of Socrative and Infuse Learning. On Kahoot you create a quiz or survey that your students respond to through any device that has a web browser (iPad, Android device, Chromebook). Your Kahoot questions can include pictures and videos.

__- Sometimes you may wish to just ask a question and let your students give their creative answer. Answer Garden allows you to do this on the web. You can show the interaction on a website, print the results, or even put the results into a Word Cloud for the class to analyze!__

**Answer Garden****Mentimeter**is a free service that allows you to pose a question to your audience and get instant feedback on that question through cell phones, tablets, and any other Internet-connected device. Includes open-ended response format. Mentimeter allows you to create an unlimited amount of questions and collect unlimited responses. The user interface is clean and simple and your students don't need to create accounts in order to respond to your questions.

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**OpenEd**is a service that has created a huge catalog of educational videos and games that you can browse by topic, grade level, or Common Core standard. Recently, assessments were added to the OpenEd catalog.

**can be found in the same manner as videos and games. To find an assessment select a topic, grade level, or standard then search.**

*Assessments***Geddit**This site allows students to use any mobile device to gauge their understanding of any given topic/lesson. The way this works as a lesson is being given they click/tap a on bar (think bar graph increasing vertically) to show their understanding (i.e., 1 bar - not very - 4 bars - very). On the the teacher's device they will receive instant real-time feedback and be able to see which students are doing good and which ones are struggling. This is a great way for teachers to differentiate instruction and adjust their lessons to meet individual needs.

**15 Assessments That Don't Suck**

**eQuizShow**, an easy way for teachers or students to create Jeopardy-style review games. Unlike similar tools you do not have to download or upload any PowerPoint files to use eQuizShow. On eQuizShow you can build and display your quiz completely online.

**Gooru**is a place to find and or create collections of educational videos, texts, and images. Gooru's new interface includes the option to search for materials according to ELA Common Core standards. Another new feature of the revamped Gooru interface is dragging and dropping items from your search results to your collections. Now you can also

**to go along with each of your collections.**

*create quizzes***EQ**

**uizzer**Create a variety of quiz types. Fill in the Blank, Multiple Choice, True or False. Multi-Marked, Matching, Short Answer

**ProProfs Quiz Maker**Can add videos to your quizzes.

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**EDpuzzle**- How about turning a video into an interactive lesson? With this free website, add audio notes and quizzes at any point to a video.

**QuizBean**is a platform for creating simple image-based quizzes that your students can complete online. You can create QuizBean accounts for students that do not have email addresses. You can assign quizzes to students on a class-by-class or individual basis. Quiz results are automatically sent to your teacher dashboard when students have completed a quiz.

**Authentic Assessment Toolbox**

**ImageQuiz**This tool allows you to create quizzes around images. ImageQuiz has several predefined quizzes that you can use with images but you can also create your own quizzes based on images you want.

**Quipper**is an iOS/Android app for finding or creating quizzes. This app already has a large repository of quizzes but a user can create their own as well. A nice feature is the ability to track your progress on a quiz/subject as well as the detailed explanations around each topic

**Quiz Revolution**- create interactive online assessments and analyze the data It is an easy way to make a multimedia quiz for your website or blog. With Quiz Revolution you can include video, audio, and image file in your quiz. Each

question in your quiz can have a different media format. There are two options for

answer format, multiple choice or open-ended response. Quizzes are easy to create and easy to embed into a website or blog. If your students register for a Quiz Revolution account before they take your quiz, you can monitor their quiz results.

**QuizStar**web based testing manager that allows educators to create a class, quizzes, administer quizzes and view results. Unique Feature: Multimedia files can be included in quizzes. There is also a unique student log in page with a tutorial.

**Studiyo**- Allows you create quizzes and customize them

**Math Planet**contains lots of games that will help students master Common Core math skills. Designed for students in second through eighth grade, it allows users to try out a handful of games for free before purchasing content specific to a particular grade level. Students can have an individual login to keep track of their performance

**Gnowledge**is a free site designed for creating and sharing tests, done through an innovative, easy-to-use interface. Anyone familiar with test creation sites or PowerGrade will feel right at home. Also, there is a definite social networking aspect that is ideal for 21st Century learning through collaboration and the sharing of tests and answers.hands-on tutorials and a great FAQ page.Fifty Sneakers A service for cataloging content that you quiz your students on. Your catalog of quiz materials can include a variety of text questions, images, and videos. Fifty Sneakers makes it easy to create quizzes and other assessment tools from your catalog. When it comes time to create a quiz, open your Fifty Sneakers content then select the questions and materials that you want to include in your quiz then print out your quiz. Fifty Sneakers provides detailed tutorials to get you started building your content library and quizzes. Understoodit web app for quickly gauging your students' understanding of information that you have shared with them. Just open your account and open the simple poll of "understand" or "confused." Students can vote using any internet-connected device. Students can vote whenever you have the poll open. They can vote multiple times too. So if they are confused at the beginning of class, but understand ten minutes later they can change their votes.

**The Answer Pad**allows you to set up an electronic answer sheet to a test you’ve already created. Students can then “fill in” their multiple-choice answers by using the TAPit app or The Answer Pad website. Ability to assign a Common Core Standard to each question. Also, w/ their latest feature, Go Interactive, it turns an iPad or mobile device into a Student Response "clicker" system. This takes the whole "clicker" system that most schools use w/ an interactive whiteboard to a whole new level. Now teachers can engage students and assess their learning in real-time w/ no prep work.

**19 Pencils**- A site for creating quizzes and websites with student tracking.

**Hands-on Equations 1**Beginning algebra app for grade 3 and up

**Teaching Table**

**create interactive math lessons with interactive manipulatives let you increase student engagement and share fully customizable math lessons.**

**Fx Math Solver**The Lite version is free and shows you a whole and complete range of equation simplification from K to University.

**Algebra Genie**- A mobile gaming app that teaches algebraic topics, such as exponents, quadratic functions, logarithms, and more.

**Wuzzit Trouble**helps develop mathematical conceptual thinking skills. Unlike so many math games that focus on basic computational skills, Wuzzit Trouble aims to help players increase their critical 21st century mathematics competencies.

The game is built around the important mathematical concept of integer partitions – the expression of a whole number as a sum of other whole numbers. At the easiest levels of the puzzle, these provide engaging practice in basic arithmetic, leading to arithmetical fluency, but that’s just the start. Integer partitions is a major area of mathematics, still being worked on today by leading mathematicians.

__iPad app is a simple website with more power than meets the eye. At first glance, it’s a menu of mostly math skills for students to practice. Good start. Overview click__

**ThatMathQuiz**__here.__

**3D Math**basic equation creation involving problem solving and critical thinking. It allows you to alter your initial choices and think about the possibilities in front of you to solve the problems. It is time based which still makes it difficult for weaker students to engage in.

**5 Dice**app presents students with a number that they have to write an equation for using all of the dice presented to them.

**HMH Math On the Spot**, you can choose from hundreds of video lessons and topics from

**. Whether you are studying negative numbers, linear equations, the Pythagorean Theorem, or polynomial functions, On the Spot video tutorials give you the detailed help you need where and when you need it...**

*Grade 6 to Algebra 2***Foldify**3.99 is an iPad app that students can use to design all kinds of 3D figures on their iPads. After designing their figures students can print their designs with directions for folding their designs into 3D paper objects. Foldify provides basic templates for objects like cars, houses, and people. Students complete the templates by coloring them in, adding their own pictures to the templates, and adding fun digital stamps to the templates.

**High School**

**Wolfram|Alpha**($2) is a source for instant expert knowledge and computation.

**Gooru Collections**( gr. 5-12) Through the app students can find collections of resources for studying and learning about mathematics and science. To find some resources select science or math then choose a subject within either of those categories. Before you open a collection of resources you can preview the material to see if it contains videos, text, or links to websites.

Cymath Android

‘Our math problem solver is designed to help you with your math homework. In addition to homework answers, we also show you how to get there step-by-step. Let Cymath help you with your math homework today!

MalMath Android

’MalMath is a math problem solver with step by step description and graph view. It’s free and works offline.’

7- Ck-12 Android

‘CK-12 features 5000+ math and science lessons and concepts - all accessible anytime, anywhere. All content is created and curated by teachers, for students. Whether you’re looking to improve your grades, or brush up on your favorite math or science topics, CK-12 has you covered - for free!’

**CuriositySchool**

**focuses on solving engineering problems, including Biology, Chemistry, and Physics all in one, simple to use app.**

__iPad app is a simple website with more power than meets the eye. At first glance, it’s a menu of mostly math skills for students to practice. Good start. Overview click__

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**Elevated Math**Cover topics from place value, estimation through algebra. The free version has some video lessons

**Equation Genius**

**:**will help you do you math in seconds. It supports: 1st degree equations (ax + b = c), Quadratic (2nd degree) equations (ax^2 + bx + c = 0), Cubic (3rd degree) equations (ax^3 + bx^2 + cx + d = 0), System of two unknowns (2 variables), System of three unknowns (3 variables).

**Hands-on Equations 1**Beginning algebra app for grade 3 and up

**Algebra Genie**- A mobile gaming app that teaches algebraic topics, such as exponents, quadratic functions, logarithms, and more.

**Algebrator**help you solve your toughest algebra problems. It's an algebra calculator with multiple functions including:

-Find the slope between two points

-Find the equation of a line that is parallel or perpendicular to a given line

-Calculate the sum, difference, product, or quotient of fractions

-Solve quadratic equations

-Solve quadratics by completing the square

-Factor a quadratic

**Mathsrulz**formula flashcards and calculators is the most feature packed mathematics app on the appstore.This FREE app has over 50 calculators to help you answer those tricky questions. The app also has a memory test function to help you memorize those tricky formulas, perfect for exam preparation! This app is perfect for students in secondary school but is great for anyone wanting to refresh their memory.

**Nudge**, an

**iPad**and

**Android** app from Benciti Technology, provides students with interactive, on-demand algebra tutorials. The app includes practice problems that students can attempt to solve on their mobile devices. When they get stuck on a problem, students can ask for a hint or a demonstration of how to solve the problem. Nudge also shows students where they made their mistakes in solving the problem.

**Fx Math Solver**The Lite version is free and shows you a whole and complete range of equation simplification from K to University.

**Sketchometry**dynamic geometry system sketchometry allows the user to construct geometric objects and define their dependencies by simply drawing sketches of lines, circles, and points on the screen.

**Math Shake**is an engaging, playful app that helps students learn to solve word problems. It contains thousands of questions which students turn into an equation by looking for keywords and clues in the problem. Once students have discovered the equation, they can use a variety of built-in learning tools such as number lines, tens frames, fraction pieces and counters to work our their answer. Teachers and parents can also use these tools to teach effective strategies.

**GeoGebra**

**is a dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that brings together geometry, algebra, spreadsheets, graphing, statistics and calculus in one easy-to-use package. Interactive learning, teaching and evaluation resources created with GeoGebra can be shared. see website also (www.geogebra.org)**

**Dragon Box**5.99 gr. (3- 10)This is a math game that teaches algebra without you really realizing that it is a math game teaching you algebra. It feels more like a logic card game than anything else. There are 200 puzzles that secretly teach kids to solve equations. After each level, he grows a little until he is full-grown. Students learn concepts such as elimination, fractions and isolating variables throughout the game. It is NOT a drill/skill type app. It is actually teaching students to think like mathematicians instead of just asking them to solve a bunch of problems.

**GeometrIQ**is an interactive game presenting geometrical problems covering wide range of topics such as parallel & perpendicular lines, triangles, circles, quadrilaterals, perimeter and areas and various theorems in each area.

**CK-12 Study Now!**is a free iPad app from the Ck-12 Foundation. The free iPad app puts CK-12 Flexbooks (multimedia books) on students’ iPads. Students can browse the app by subject and topic. Each Flexbook has to be downloaded individually to students’ iPads. In some cases CK-12 Flexbooks can be a good alternative to buying textbooks. In other cases they make good supplementary material for your lessons.

**3D Math**basic equation creation involving problem solving and critical thinking. It allows you to alter your initial choices and think about the possibilities in front of you to solve the problems. It is time based which still makes it difficult for weaker students to engage in.

**iFormulas:**is a clean, simple, easy to use mathematical formula application. Provides basics for Algebra, Calculus, Geometry or Trigonometry class. It does not give you answers but provides an easy navigational guide. Over 330 different formulas, definitions, laws, properties, etc.

**5 Dice**app presents students with a number that they have to write an equation for using all of the dice presented to them.

**HMH Math On the Spot**, you can choose from hundreds of video lessons and topics from

**. Whether you are studying negative numbers, linear equations, the Pythagorean Theorem, or polynomial functions, On the Spot video tutorials give you the detailed help you need where and when you need it...**

*Grade 6 to Algebra 2*