Get Homework Help with these Great Math Websites
If you homeschool or you want to supplement your child's math education from school, there are some great websites to help you. This is a list of websites for elementary, middle and high school students. Most of the sites are free.
The websites have interactive games, math tests, video tutorials, downloadable workbooks and worksheets and even a free math curriculum.
There are a lot of math websites on the web. Some are very good. Some aren't so good. I will list the websites that I think are the best and that have worked so well with my kids.
Ixl.com is free up to 20 problems a day per computer. There is a paid subscription to get unlimited problems. Basically, this is a math testing website with problems aligned to state standards. It's a great way to prepare your kids for state testing. If you do independent homeschooling, it's a great way to ensure that your child is learning the math they really need to learn. The website covers math from preschool to 8th grade. It also has algebra and geometry sections.
Khan Academy is a free, nonprofit website. It has both video math tutorials and tests. This website covers math from basically 1st grade through college. It also teaches other subjects like science, social studies and economics.
The BBC's Bitesize website is excellent for both math and literacy skills. And it's free. If you are in the US, you will have to figure out the equivalent grade level for your child. This website use fun, colorful games to teach math.
This website has lots of free, printable math workbooks. The workbooks are for 1st through 6th grade. These workbooks are good for supplementing homework or a homeschool curriculum.
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The Mathematics Enhancement Programme is a free math curriculum. It can either be used as a full curriculum for homeschool or it can be used to supplement another curriculum.
Oxford Owl has free colorful PDF books for 3 to 7 year olds. The books use songs, poems and games to teach basic math concepts for preschool and early elementary age students.
Soft Schools has several math games and quizzes that cover arithmetic, geometry, counting and fractions. All the games are free.