Many children don’t understand why they need to learn math if they’re not studying to become an engineer or an accountant. But we use math every day, whether we’re calculating a meal tip or budgeting for a big ticket item.
At Curriki, we offer more than 10,500 math resources designed for grades K-12. And the best part is that they’re FREE for teachers, students and parents to use.
Our two newest math courses are now available: Curriki Algebra and Curriki Geometry. Both curricula are aligned to Common Core Standards and use project-based teaching methods to engage today’s “digital” student through interactive technologies, videos, real-world examples and more.
Here are several sites that offer quality math resources:
Khan Academy – A popular site among teachers and students alike, Khan Academy offers thousands of videos for students to learn at their own pace.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics – Illuminations offers standards-based math resources for K-12 teachers including online activities and lessons.
PBS Teacher’s Math – You can search for math resources by grade level or subject, which all have a focus on games and interactivity.
Super Kid’s Math – This site not only rates educational software, but offers a handy way to easily create math drill worksheets.
Inside Mathematics – This is a professional resource for teachers and features innovative teaching methods and tools and promotes the sharing of best practices.
Passy’s World of Mathematics – A blog written by Passy, a teacher of mathematics and ICT (information and communications technology) sharing “all the fun ways of doing mathematics online 24×7.”
Curriki – –10,000+ math resources that can be personalized for different styles of learning and range from lessons and workbooks, to interactive games and videos.