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Math Resources

  1. This web site was developed to help students improve their math skills interactively.
  2. IXL is a comprehensive math practice site for grades K-8. It provides unlimited questions in more than 2000 topics.
  3. ABC New Media Education now gives you the Count Us In Games. The games are to help children understand number concepts
  4. This online community includes teachers, students, researchers, parents and educators who have an interest in math and math education. The site includes Ask Dr. Math, Problems of the Week, discussion groups and much more.
  5. Customized by grade level and topic, AAA Math features explanations of various mathematical topics, practice problems and fun, challenging games.
  6. This website includes fun ways to learn math facts and math principles.
  7. This fully interactive site and allows the user to sharpen basic math skills, play games, and explore new math concepts.
  8. Created by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, this site helps families enjoy mathematics outside school through a series of fun and engaging challenges.
  9. Math Cats provides playful explorations of important math concepts through games, crafts and interactive projects. Includes a magic chalkboard and an art gallery.
  10. Easy Math’s website for teachers, parents and students is complete with lessons, tests, exams, worksheets, study skills, and much more.
  11. Fun interactive games.
  12. Games and information to help children understand fractions at various levels.
  13. Timed math facts
  14. This site includes 17 original games based on soccer, car racing and much more. Other games include Math Baseball, where a child can score runs with correct answers and Operation Order, where students can build pyramids with their knowledge of algebra.
  1. Quack and Countby Keith Baker. Slip, slide, leap, and dive with a family of seven lively ducklings as they get ready to fly for the very first time.
  2. Mall Maniaby Stuart J. Murphy. Shopping, counting, and a birthday present all add up to a surprise ending on Mall
  3. Mania Day! A lighthearted look at addition strategies.
    If You Were a Minus Signby Speed Shaskan. This book features adorable illustrations and bouncy, clear explanations about what a minus sign is and how it works.
  1. Anno’s Mysterious Multiplying Jarby Masaichiro and Mitsumasa Anno. The book demonstrates the concept of factorials by using colorful pictures, such as rolling landscapes and castles, and a mysterious jar.
  2. Doorbell Rangby Pat Hutchins. Ma has made a dozen delicious cookies. It should be plenty for her two children. But then the doorbell rings — and rings and rings. Each ring of the doorbell brings more friends to share the delicious cookies Ma has made.
  3. Divide and Rideby Stuart J. Murphy. Scream down the Dare-Devil Coaster and whirl around in the Twin Spin cars! Join in the carnival fun as 11 friends divide up to fit on the 2-to-a-seat roller coaster and the 4-to-a-cup teacups ride.
  1. Wholly Cow: Fractions Are Funby Tatjana Mai-Wyss. With the guidance of a likeable cow, readers are guided in the basics of fractions, like parts of a group, parts of a whole... Each spread shows the cow in a different scenario and asks fraction questions related to the illustration
  2. Fraction Funby David Adle. This is a colorful illustrated book with hands-on activities and easy to understand instructions that introduces fraction concepts.


1. The Greedy Triangleby Marilyn Burns. In this introduction to polygons, a triangle convinces a shape shifter to make him a quadrilateral and later a pentagon, but discovers that where angles and sides are concerned, more isn't always better.
2. Bigger Better Bestby Stuart J. Murphy. Jenny and Jeff must calculate area to settle their debate. This simple geometry concept will prove once and for all whose room is bigger -- but maybe Jill can show her squabbling siblings that bigger isn't always better!


1. Measuring Pennyby Loreen Leedy. In Measuring Penny, Lisa is given an assignment in her math class. She has to measure something in as many ways as possible
2/ Capacity, Length, and Weightby Henry Pluckrose. These are math textbook for the younger reader that considers capacity, length, and weight. Very simple text promotes discussion about the illustrations and encourages further investigation. The book also includes notes for teachers and parents.
  1. The Penny Potby Stuart J. Murphy. Follow along and count coins with Jessie and her friends as they are transformed into a clown, a monster, and more at the face painting booth.
  2. My Rows and Piles of Coinsby Tololwa Mollel. Saruni is a picture of determination as he learns to ride his father's big bicycle and saves his small earnings to buy one of his own in order to help his mother deliver her goods to market.
  1. Clocks and More Clocks by Pat Hutchins. When the hall clock reads twenty minutes past four, the attic clock reads twenty-three minutes past four, the kitchen clock reads twenty-five minutes past four, and the bedroom clock reads twenty-six minutes past four, what should Mr. Higgins do?
  2. Telling Time with Big Mama Catby Dan Harper. A snack at 9:00, a nap at 10:00, sneaking onto the forbidden chair at 11:00--telling time is the only way Big Mama Cat can remember all the imp

  1. Beep Beep, Vroom, Vroom!by Stuart J. Murphy. As Molly plays with her big brother’s toy cars, readers will see and recognize patterns, an essential first step in learning to reason from the specific to the general.
Place Value:
  1. How Much is a Million?by David M. Schwartz. Children are often intrigued by or confused about (sometimes both) very large numbers. Here Schwartz uses concepts that are simple to help readers conceptualize astronomical numbers like a million, billion, and trillion.
  2. Circumference and All the King’s Tensby Cindy Neuschwander. The family is planning a royal celebration for King Arthur's birthday, but they are having a hard time determining how to organize all the guest.