FOR MATH WORKSHOP:
Inside Mathematics: Click the grade level and see different problems by topic. These are leveled and excellent problem solving practice- some are very difficult. They also include a whole class/primary option.
Mathwire: Google “mathwire problem solving grade ___” for more specific Mathwire problems. These are broken down by grade level but the site also contains more than this link- these are excellent for the problem solving station.
Illustrative Mathematics: This site includes word problems and detailed answers based on the standards. Sometimes they need to be made kid-friendly, but they are great overall.
Bedtime Math: Daily math problem at 4 different levels. Real-world connections, engaging, and interesting for students. Also involves reading. The answers are directly below the problems, so you might want to print these out as well.
FOR K-5 TEACHERS:
Common Core Mathematics Vocabulary: Great site for word walls and vocabulary stations, common core aligned vocabulary presented in three different formats.
Math Share Site: Access information relative to Howell Township’s math department using your district username and password.
Illuminations: One of the best databases for Math lessons and projects. Includes many problem-based learning possibilities and differentiated lessons.
Teaching Channel: Excellent resource for videos, lessons, and ideas. All current educational trends and topics covered. Includes other subject areas, this link is to Math only.
LearnZillion: Great resources for common core lessons.
Xtra Math: Free, web-based math fluency site great for students to use in school and at home to help master basic facts.
DreamBox: This site contains several games and activities for K-5 teachers and students.
Greg Tang Math: Singapore-math based mathematician has TONS of great resources for teachers and students.
APPS FOR K-2 TEACHERS:
Sushi Monster: (Grades 1-2) This is a fun, interactive, and multi-level game to practice math fluency. Completely engaging and appropriately challenging.
10 Frame Fill: (Grades K-1) This game provides children practice with recognizing additive “10 Families” (e.g., 1 and 9, 2 and 8, etc.). Set the 10 Frame to fill in sequence or randomly. Use contrasting color chips to fill the 10 frame as you determine the answer; select to show a corresponding number sentence.
Domino-KIDS: (Grades K-1) A powerful arithmetic math set for the 1st Grade! To counting, calculating or simply to have fun in playful handling on numbers! First counting … then calculating, pushing, pulling, tapping … and then understanding!
Number Pieces Basic: (Grades K-2) (more of a manipulative than a game): Number Pieces Basic helps students develop a deeper understanding of place value while building their computation skills with multi-digit numbers. Students can use the number pieces to represent multi-digit numbers, count, regroup, add, and subtract. The drawing tools allow students to label representations and show their understanding.
Todo Math: (Grades K-2) Todo Math is the award-winning and beloved early elementary math app that offers an unsurpassed 300+ days of math activities, 20+ multi-level games, and 30+ engaging mathematical missions!
Animal Math: (Designed for K, appropriate for K-1) Travel the world over from Bessie’s Farm to the plains of Africa to the deepest reaches of outer space as you join math-explorer Emma through more than 100 fun math games on a quest to help her animal friends find a way home! Playable by kids of all ages with lots of positive encouragement, professional narration and catchy music. Cute characters include cows, chickens, lions, giraffes, kittens, puppies, robots and monsters! Designed by parents and teachers, this app adheres to Common Core Standards for kindergarten math.
Bitsboard Math: (Grades 1-2)“If you want your kids to excel at math then download this app! It includes over 6 math games and over 1,000 pre-build practice tests to master multiplication, addition, subtraction, and division! It’s a huge time saver for parents and teachers. Not only that, the math games are fun and interactive to keep kids engaged and learning more!”
Raccoon Ninja: (Grades 1-2) *Weapons are used to slice numbers- download with discretion* Raccoon Ninja is on a mission to return the sacred scrolls, and he has to fight his way through the Skunk Ninjas to retrieve them. Follow along with his adventure by answering correct addition and subtraction problems. Throw weapons at the correct answers and get weapon upgrades as a reward for your progress.
Endless Numbers: (Grade K) As a follow-up to Endless Alphabet, set the stage for early numeracy learning with Endless Numbers! Kids will have a blast learning number recognition, sequences, quantity, numerical patterns, and simple addition with the adorable Endless monsters. 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.
FOR ECG TEACHERS: