Helpful Links

There are many great resources to help foster your child’s learning in math.

Online Math Resources:

  • Mathletics– Students use personal logins to practice grade level standards and practice computation
  • xtramath– Great resource for computation practice
  • You Cubed – Great videos, articles, and activities by Professor Jo Boaler from Stanford University
  • Khan Academy– Videos to teach both students and parents math concepts and algorithms
  • Learn Zillion– Videos to teach both students and parents math concepts and algorithms
  • BrainPOP– A variety of free online games for many math concepts
  • Math Breakers- This lets you play with math while exploring a 3-D virtual world, filled with number creatures and mathematical machines

Recommended Math Apps

Preschool

DragonBox Numbers: Give your child a great foundation for future math learning. Perfect for kids aged 4-8. ($7.99)

Endless Numbers: Each number features interactive sequences and equation puzzles with numbers that come alive, and a short animation that provides context and meaning to each number. (Free)

Motion Math Hungry Guppy:  Your 3- to 7-year-old will learn numbers and basic addition with this delightful game. It’s easy to play – simply drag bubbles together to add them, then feed it to your fish. ($3.99)

Primary

Mathletics: Students are able to login on with their mathletics account and race students around the world in computation facts (Free)

Hungry Fish: Students create number bonds to feed the fish (Free)

Mathtappers: This developer has a variety of apps from multiplication, telling time, equivalent fractions, and number lines. All of their apps come with the ability to create accounts and track progress (Free)

Motion Math: This developer has multiple great apps!

Math Bingo: Students work on basic computation skills to fill out the bingo board and collet bugs ($1.99)

MeteorMath: students blast asteroids to practice their basic math facts ($1.99)

Intermediate

Mathletics: Students are able to login on with their mathletics account and race students around the world in computation facts (Free)

DragonBox Algebra 5+: A fun and easy way for your child to learn how to solve basic equations. Suitable for children as young as 5 ($4.99)

Lobster Diver: Students use a number line to dive at given intervals (including negatives and fractions) to collect and sell lobsters (Free)

Wings: This app shows multiplication in different forms as students fly towards the bigger number (Free)

Hungry Fish: Students create number bonds to feed the fish (Free)

Sushi Monster: Students work on addition and multiplication skills to create number bonds to feed the hungry monsters (Free)

Mathtappers: This brand has a variety of apps from multiplication, telling time, equivalent fractions, and number lines. All of their apps come with the ability to create accounts and track progress (Free)

Unblock Me: This logic puzzle is addicting! This app has great visual and problem solving skills that students won’t want to put down (Free)

MeteorMath: Students blast asteroids to practice their basic math facts ($1.99)

OhNo Fractions: students compare fractions, they are able to tap the fraction to see a visual representation of the fraction. ($0.99)

Curious Ruler: Measure and compare objects around you! ($0.99)

Math Bingo: Students work on basic computation skills to fill out the bingo board and collet bugs ($0.99)

Middle School

Mathletics: Students are able to login on with their mathletics account and race students around the world in computation facts (Free)

DragonBox Algebra 12+: Take your child’s equation solving to the next level with more difficult equations, more levels, and more dragons. ($7.99)

DragonBox Elements: Teach you child the rules that govern geometry. Every puzzle is a geometric proof. ($4.99)

Lobster Diver: Students use a number line to dive at given intervals (including negatives and fractions) to collect and sell lobsters (Free)

Unblock Me: This logic puzzle is addicting! This app has great visual and problem solving skills that students won’t want to put down (Free)