This is a great list of websites put together by edtechteacher.org. The list includes several websites that all have great resources ranging from lesson plans, fun games for students to play, and blogs. It's a great list of resources for teachers, students, and parents.

This is a great website from Discovery Education. It has a lot of math resources that parents can use with their children. They have a section on homework help, a section on how parents can help motivate their children, and a link to a math-help site that is called WebMATH. The website also has a more

I found this blog which discusses how this particular teacher uses math journals in her classroom. I found it helpful because she has a ton of examples! I would use math journals such as these as morning work, potentially, or as a formative assessment tool that I could check throughout the week t more

There is a huge elephant standing in most math classrooms, it is the idea that only some students can do well in math. Students believe it, parents believe it and teachers believe it. The myth that math is a gift that some students have and some do not, is one of the most damagi more

Is the feedback that you are providing your math students encouraging a fixed mindset or a growth mindset? Learn more about how to promote a growth mindset and its strong correlation to achievement.

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This a great resource that not only provides ideas for teachers to help keep kids involved over the summer, but it has great ideas for parents as well. It provides ideas for taking average summer activities, like hosting a lemonade stand, and how you can incorporate math into your daily routine. more

Various math games involving algebra, data, geometry, measurements, numbers, puzzles and worksheets. You may pick grade appropriate selections. Fun math activities for every age group.

Timed math tests have been popular in the United States for years. Unfortunately, some of the wording in the Common Core State Standards may point to an increased use of timed tests. From the 2nd grade on, the common standards give math “fluency” as a goal. Many test writers, teachers, and ad more