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Math Content

A+ Math
Improve your math skills interactively.
AAA Math
Interactive Math Lessons
Arcademic Skill Builders
Cool Math
An Amusement Park of Math and More... Designed for Fun!
Part of the Family Education Network
Math Fact Cafe
Khan Academy
Review and Practice. Much improved and now heavily relied upon by many school districts. Registration is not required but can be used to help teachers to track the progress of students.
Webmath is a math-help web site that generates answers to specific math questions and problems, as entered by a user..
Online practice for all grades, all math content areas from K through High school
S.O.S Math
S.O.S. MATHematics is your free resource for math review material from Algebra to Differential Equations!
Tutorials and games
Free Math Help
Math Lessons - Looking to understand a subject better, or maybe you don't understand what your textbook is trying to tell you? We have a collection of algebra and geometry lessons that you can view online right now. If the site does not have what you are looking for, there are other sites referenced here that may help you out.
Select Math
This is a really good web site that matches the Boston math curriculum to online resources, mapped to the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks. Many of the links referenced in this project are also listed in this page.
The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
This is a great collection of virtual manipulatives. Many of these ideas are computer adaptations of classroom activities, but it can also work the other way around. You can use this as a source of ideas of activities that you can do off-line. The site is well organized and free. Copies of the site are available for purchase on CD.
There are online activities as well as things you can download (Excel workbooks) and adapt. There are indexes and links to other sites and it is worth a look. Some of the links from Select Math go to the NCTM web site.
Box and Whisker Plots Animated (
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For Parents Brushing up on Their Math

Math Instruction

    Provides a collection of both free and for sale resources, math games, and hands-on math activities aligned with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. Their math printables are suitable for use in math centers, small group or whole class settings. Instructions for each activity are presented in large print on a task card in child-friendly language to enable students to work on tasks independently after a brief introduction to the task.
    Link added September 2013

  • The National Math + Science Initiative has some execelent free lessons, for math and science.

    A collection of common core aligned instructional videos. Registration is free. Comments from teachers who have used this resource are invited to share them, please e-mail comments to

    This page begins a map of common core standards to IXL activities.

  • Classroom Aid
    This directory lists resources for Open Texbooks and material for Open Source Education.

    One of many sites for free, open textbooks with a focus on high school STEM; itís customizable and standards-aligned.

    Illustrative Mathematics provides guidance to states, assessment consortia, testing companies, and curriculum developers by illustrating the range and types of mathematical work that students experience in a faithful implementation of the Common Core State Standards, and by publishing other tools that support implementation of the standards.

  • Mr. Brennan's Math Library
    If I see one thing in a book I think I can use I seem to add it to my collection. This list isn't updated but it has 50+ books that are available for loan.


Parent Resources

  • The Council of the Great City Schools
    Parent Roadmaps to the Common Core Standards- Mathematics
    The Council of the Great City Schools' parent roadmaps in mathematics provide guidance to parents about what their children will be learning and how they can support that learning in grades K-8. These parent roadmaps for each grade level also provide three-year snapshots showing how selected standards progress from year to year so that students will be college and career ready upon their graduation from high school.

  • How will your child's personal data be used once it is collected and stored in a national database?
    InBloom is the organization charted with creating a national database. It is worth knowing what people in your state and in your district think about this and figure out the best plan for managing your student's personal and private information. Use the Google Search box at the top of the screen to search inbloom and the name of your state.

  • There are a lot of opinions and publications about the role of the Gates Foundation to promote Common Core Standards, The Council of the Great City Schools has received money from the foundation. There is a view that the Common Core Standards are being implemented without any supporting data, without any field testing, without any parent input, legislature support, and with little input from experienced educators that are not on the payroll of publishers or those pushing the privatization of the country's education system. Parents are encouraged to conduct their own research on how there local school district has determined whether to adopt the Common Core Standards. It is also worth investigating how a national student database will be used and the privacy of students protected or exploited.

From Around the Country

  • A really helpful collection of local and national respources from The Utah Education Network. Resources are available for Math and ELA.

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Glencoe Web site for Grade 7 Math (MRMS)

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