**ALEKS** From McGraw-Hill, a web-based assessment and learning system that uses adaptive questioning to determine your needs. It also instructs on topics you are most ready to learn. Grades 3-12. Cost: Free trial, paid subscription.

**Arithmetic Four** Two users play a game in which each player tries to connect four game pieces in a row (like game Connect Four). The players answer math questions to connect the pieces. Grades 2- 8.

**Art of Problem Solving** Along with textbooks, Art of Problem Solving has a stable of robust online resources, including videos, math problems from math contests, and online classes. Also features after-school enrichment resources. Grades 2-12. Cost: Free trial, paid subscription.

**BeatCalc **Just like it sounds, this game challenges students to beat a calculator! Features step-by-step directions for performing functions quickly. Grades 3-8.

**BrainPOP** Engaging animated learning videos, games, quizzes, and activities to encourage kids on their unique learning path. Grades: pre-K-8.

**Buzz Math** BuzzMath focuses on helping middle schoolers practice their math skills. It contains high-quality problems. It gives immediate and detailed feedback, letting students progress at their own pace. Randomly generated values let students retry problems to obtain mastery. Grades: 6-9. Cost: Free demo, paid subscription.

**Coolmath Games** Yes, math games can be cool! Check out the hundreds of games on this site and on Coolmath4kids. Grades K-12. Cost: Free, paid for ad-free version.

**Corbettmaths** This U.K. based resource provides math videos, math practice questions, and worksheets with answers. Grades: K-12. Cost: Free.**C**

**CueThink** This National Science Foundation–funded program helps students strengthen math skills, inspires a growth mindset, and encourages critical thinking. Students will learn to solve problems and explain their thinking using mathematician George Polya’s four-step approach. Grades K-12. Cost: Free trail.

**Desmos** An online graphing calculator that students can use for free. Includes a teacher-centric activity builder for creating digital math activities. Grades 9-12.

**Dreambox** An adaptive learning platform designed to complement classroom instruction and deliver results. Includes resources for teachers, student data reports, and instructive insights. Grades K-8. Cost: Free trial, $ subscription.

**Edgenuity** Online learning digital curriculum for primary or supplementary instruction. Give students the support they need exactly when they need it. Grades K-12.

**eMathInstruction** This site provides e-textbooks, answer keys, video lessons, and printables for students and teachers of algebra 1 and 2, geometry, and trigonometry. Grades: 8-12.

**Figure This!** Figure This! is a site designed to encourage families to practice math together. It includes fun and engaging math games and high-quality challenges. It also offers challenges in Spanish. Grades 6-8.

**First in Math** We love the friendly competition and game-based content offered by First in Math. Gain skills practice and fluency as you play games targeted toward fact proficiency and logical thinking.

**Flocabulary** Use hip-hop to learn math! Flocabulary offers songs, activities, and videos. Grades: K-12.

**Freckle Education**Allows you to practice math at your own level and pace. Has more than 30,000 math questions, starting with a diagnostic that assigns material at just the right level. Front Row also features lessons, assessments, and reports. Grades: K-9. Cost: Free for teachers; $ for upgrades and other features.

**Funbrain** Funbrain has been helping students learn key math concepts and develop crucial skills since 1997. Students can choose from a slew of games. Grades: K – 8. Free.

**GeoGebra** Graphing calculator for functions, geometry, algebra, calculus, statistics, and 3-D math. Includes practice sheets. Grades: 9 – 12.

**Hotmath** Hotmath provides homework assistance for high school and college students, using “worked out” examples of math problems. Grades: 9 – college level.

**IXL Math** Make math about more than numbers! Engaging items, real-world scenarios, and unlimited questions. Individualized math practice. Grades: K – 12.

**Illuminations** This site, from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), features lesson plans, mobile games for students, interactive activities, and brain-teasers. Grades: K – 12.

**Illustrative Math** High-quality educational resources for teachers and students. Excellent math tasks, videos, lesson plans, and problem-based curriculum modules. Grades: 6 – 8. Cost: Free.

**Istation** Istation makes personalized learning easy with computer-adaptive instruction, assessments, personalized data profiles, and teacher resources. Includes digital lessons and face-to-face teaching strategies. Grades: K – 8.

**Jefferson Lab** You will love fun math games like Speed Math Deluxe, Mystery Math, Place Value Game, and more. Grades: 3 – 11.

**Khan Academy** Khan Academy is on a mission to give a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere. Their personalized learning resources are available for all ages. Video learning segments are followed by practice activities. Grades: K – 12.

**LearnZillion** Cloud-based curriculum for K–12 students, focusing on supporting both traditional and blended classrooms. Grades: K – 12. Cost: Free; $ premium version.

**Math Central** Run by the University of Regina in Canada, this site offers free resources for math teachers and their students, including a database where users can search for the answers to math questions. Their Mathematics with a Human Face page includes information about careers in mathematics as well as profiles of mathematicians. Grades: K – 12.

Mashup Math has a library of 100+ math video lessons as well as a YouTube channel that features new math video-lessons every week. A free e-book of math challenges is also available. Grades: K – 8.

Math-Aids Provides free math worksheets for teachers, parents, students.

**MATHHelp.com **In-depth lessons with videos, guided practice, interactive self-tests, and more. Grades: 5 – 12.** **

**Mathletics **Online learning space that is engaging, supportive, and designed to get you interested in math while teaching U.S. state standards. Grades: K – 12. Cost: Free trial for teachers and families; $ subscription.

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives Free site covering topics of: Numbers & Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, Data Analysis & Probability. Grades: K – 12.

**PBS Math Club** You will love this entertaining video blog. Not only does each episode cover Common Core Standards, it makes math learning culturally relevant with pop-culture references. Grades: 6- 9.

**PowerMyLearning** This organization helps students in low-income communities harness the power of digital learning platforms to raise educational outcomes. The program features school workshops, instructional coaching, and professional learning communities.

**Prodigy Software** Math games that tackle more than 1,200 crucial math skills in a fun and engaging way. Grades: 1 – 8. Cost: Free for teachers; $ for families.

**That Quiz** Free simple math test activities from beginning math operations to calculus. You set the skill level, how many problems, and time limit. A report, which tallies right and wrong answers, is provided after each quiz. Grades: 3 -12.

**Quizlet C**reate study flashcards, play learning games, practice skills, collaborate with your study friends, and more. Grades 5-12

Topmarks A free UK-based site that provides resources for teachers as well as online learning games for students. K-Grade

Virtual Nerd Free site with over 1,500 video lessons for Grades 6-10.

**Woot Math** Woot Math offers adaptive practice for teaching rational numbers and related topics, such as fractions, decimals, and ratios. Cost: Free tier for teachers. Grades 3-7

**Xtramath** A free interactive online tool that helps students practice and master basic arithmetic facts. Grades K-8