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10 of the Best Math Websites Out There

There are an awful lot of math sites on the internet and too often, they are filled with distracting ads that make it difficult to find the learning material, or too many games that don’t so much teach math skills as babysit kids.

Here are some I’ve found useful in my technology lab. They’re straightforward, with an uncluttered interface (mostly) and a focus on teaching not entertaining:

Wild on Math—simple to use, challenging for the best of students

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Math and Virtual Manipulatives and Tessellations –well organized, using a whiteboard with shapes and colors as the virtual manipulatives.

Math website—popular, a standard math2

Math—by Grade Level–a longtime favorite that reinforces basics, math facts and speed math

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Math–Mental Math –traditional mental math practice. Well done.

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Math–Minute Math –Mad Minutes

math3Games that make you think –logic, for K-3

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Multiplication.com–lots of multiplication problems, lessons, games, with a few on addition and subtraction
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Interactive Math Lessons–lots of them. You’ll find everything you need here.

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Math problems by skill and grade

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21 thoughts on “10 of the Best Math Websites Out There

  1. Pingback: 10 of the Best Math Websites Out There | Maths Addict

  2. Hi,

    I’d like to introduce our new math website. We have free online math games that target a variety of skills as well as teaching tools and other fun and educational material. We’re relatively new but are continually adding quality material that is useful for teachers, parents, and students. Please visit us at http://www.mathnook.com and feel free to email us with any questions you might have.

    Thanks,

    Jan Hall
    Owner

    • Thanks for sharing your site with us. I went to visit (always looking for new math stuff for my students). I like the games you’ve selected as well as the site’s layout–easy for younger students to maneuver. And, you’ve kept the ads from taking over the page. Nice work.

      • Thanks, I’m glad you like it. Yes, we’d prefer not to have ads but it does allow us to keep the games and other content free.

        We’ve got a lot more free stuff on the way. More games, worksheets, and worksheet generators.

        Thanks again,
        Jan

      • Hi Jan

        Wanted to let you know how much my students enjoy your site. I cycle it through on my internet start page selections, and they are always excited to see it there. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

  3. I would like to introduce you also to our site
    http://www.basic-mathematics.com

    This site offers a thorough and comprehensive coverage of basic math concepts. It features an in-depth coverage of ancient numeration system for anyone who wants to know how the Egyptians, Babylonians, etc computed their math. A must check for
    teachers and anyone wishing to master basic math skills.

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  5. MathCelebrity.com should be at the top of this list. Nowhere else on the Internet can you enter a math problem, push a button, and every single line of math work appears.

    The amount of detail on this site in the explanations is incredible. This site also has quiz generators for teachers and students as well.

    • I’ve never heard of that site. Sounds wonderful. I’m going to try it out. I might even feature it if it’s as good as it sounds. Thanks for the heads up, Angela.

  6. Hi Jacqui, If you’re interested we have a really helpful website for teachers and schools. It’s called Studyladder and has thousands of free resources for primary school students. We cover the following subjects – math, literacy, science, art, language and culture. Check out our website – http://www.studyladder.com

    Thanks,

    Lauren

  7. I like to share my website called ChiliMath (http://www.chilimath.com/) intended to discuss algebra topics (maybe Geometry, Trig and Calculus in the future). I have been putting a lot of time to add more content on weekly basis – definitely a work in progress. This site is new and I think it will be 1 y/o next month. I hope you find the content useful for kids. Thank you.

    Mike
    Owner

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