# Math

updated 8-14-21

1. Braingenie
2. CK12 Math help
3. EquatIO (Texthelp)–free for teachers; integrates into Canvas
4. Generation Genius–K-8 math and science videos
5. Good Calculators
7. King of Math (app)
8. Learn Multiplication facts—for fun
9. Mathantics
10. Math Basics Plus
11. Math edutainment
12. Mathematica–from Wolfram Alpha; desktop, cloud, and mobile device
13. Math for K
14. Math Minutes
15. Math practice—requires subscription
16. Math Science Music
17. Maths Dictionary
19. Mathway–make printable worksheets
20. New Assistments--aligns with your math curriculum
21. Operation Order – Funbrain
22. Order of Operations
24. TED talk on math and computers
25. TEDEd talks on math
26. Transum Math
28. Virtual Manipulatives
29. XPMath–teacher guides, math games for lots of ages; aligned with CC
30. XtraMath–master basic math facts
31. Yummy Math–math in the news

## Algebra

1. Algebra curriculum (pretty thorough but might be dated)

## Lesson Plans

1. Common Core-aligned
2. Math bundle for K-8
3. Mathalicious–teach with real-world situations; lesson plans for older students

## Math Facts

1. Math Duel–duel against a friend while learning math facts (app)
2. Sushi Monster–math facts from Scholastic (app)

## Number Square

1. Build a number square
2. Find Owl’s Friends–number square
3. Happy Numbers

## Activities from Eric Curts

1.  Blog post – “11 Ways to Teach Math with Google Drawings” – Website link
3.  Training video – “Teaching Math with Google Drawings” – YouTube Video
4.  Blog post – “Interactive Clock Face with Google Drawings” – Website link
6.  Blog post – “Creating Fractions in Google Slides and Drawings” – Website link
7.  Blog post – “Pattern Block Templates and Activities with Google Drawings” – Website link

## 26 thoughts on “Math”

1. Thank you for featuring our free website MathGameTime.com. We thought WordGameTime.com would be a great addition to this helpful list as well. Best of luck with Ask a Tech Teacher!

1. We are offering the 40 – week parent-driven Mathtweets program delivers a weekly module that has 1 Tutor sheet with simple explanations and 5 Work sheets. such that you can solve your problem with minimum effort. Please visit http://www.mathtweets.com

1. Thanks for adding this to the list!

1. Perfect timing, Marcel. I’ll be updating the pages over the next few months and will blend these in.

1. Thanks for adding this, Ritika. I’ll incorporate it the next time I update.

2. Hi Jacqui

We have a website https://physicscatalyst,com .It has very organized content for Science and Maths fom Grade 6 to Grade 12. Please do check it. it would good addition to your list

thanks
Jatin

1. Thanks, Jatin. I’ll check it out.

3. NCERT Point is also educational website which provides NCERT Solutions

1. Thanks for visiting. You have some good content on your blogs.

4. You made such an interesting piece to read, giving every subject enlightenment for us to gain knowledge. sarvanam

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