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Recommended Math Web Sites

Dear Teachers of Mathematics,


The WCSU Math Committee compiled a list of resources, given feedback from colleagues.  We hope you find something new and that continues to improves math teaching and learning in our SU.  We welcome your feedback!




http://www.scoop.it/t/common-core-resources-for-mathematics

Created by Tracy Watterson, Elementary Mathematics Assessment Coordinator at the Agency of Education to highlight math resources for VT teachers.


http://ve2.vermont.gov/

A site where the Agency of Education houses resources and professional learning materials from this school year’s offerings.


http://www.gynzy.com/en/corporate

PreK-8 (although not as much for older grades); per teacher fee $99/school year; free trial; for use on white/interactive board; math/literacy/social studies/science


www.engageny.org

PreK-Pre-Calculus; free CCSS lesson plans/worksheets/warm-up/exit tickets/HW pages; instructional videos (focus standards)


http://www.commoncoresheets.com/

PreK-6, free worksheets by topic; multiple versions focusing on same skill


www.ixl.com

PreK-Algebra II (Pre-Calculus coming soon); free trial; fairly inexpensive (eg. for 66 students approximately $600/year); when used consistently, notable student gains


www.learnzillion.com

K-8; video lessons by teachers


www.mathisfun.com

PreK-Alg II; video lessons, pictoral/written explanation of topics; worksheets; great student/parent resource if HW help needed


http://mrnussbaum.com/

PreK-6 games/workshops for interactive/white board


http://www.math-play.com/math-jeopardy.html

PreK-Geometry jeopardy and other games


http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/

PreK-Calculus; free (and pay) teacher created materials


http://www.k-5mathteachingresources.com/

K-5; activities connected to each CC standard (games (all parts can be downloaded), worksheets, language arts connection:  suggestions for picture books/read alouds))


www.khanacademy.com

PreK-Calculus; video lessons (very procedural) for use in the classroom and at home; practice available for skills after the lesson is viewed; if students sign-up and add teacher as a coach, teacher can assign work and receive an email update as to when site is used; can be used as part of flipped classroom


www.nctm.org

National Council ; very broad; free access to many materials; if you become a member, access to all lessons/videos/journals/etc.


http://www.math-aids.com

PreK-Geometry; good site for worksheets; some can be customized


http://themathworksheetsite.com/

PreK-6; worksheets; can be customized


http://illuminations.nctm.org/

K-12; interactive site; how-to information re: lessons for the teacher; extention work


http://www.kidscount1234.com/mathcentersandgames.html

K-2; great for math centers, lower elementary addition; download PDFs with all materials


http://www.learner.org/interactives/geometry/3d_prisms.html

8th grade/HS geometry; great 3-D models for students to manipulate; students can make their own


http://www.kindergarten-lessons.com/kindergarten-number-activities.html

PreK-Kindergarten only


http://www.codecademy.com/

How to write code (LAFTER/HEY program)


www.kutasoftware.com

Pre-Algebra-Calculus; practice worksheets; similar to IXL problems, but printable


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