This week for “my want to learn” series I thought I would cover math. I hope you didn’t miss the free sites for learning foreign languages. Today I have 26 free sites for you to check out.
I’ve pulled together a list of free math websites that you might find helpful in your journey to teach math to your children. Math games, math worksheets, videos, problems and more.
Khan Academy: many homeschoolers have this as their go-to math.
MathSprint: worksheets to download and use.
Ureddit: upper level mathematics.
Splash Math for kids in 1-5. Games, learning etc.
Adapted Mind. For kids 1-8.
HomeAdvisor. A list of math games and resources.
Math.com. Basic math through to calculus and much in between. Worth checking out.
IXL. math is more than just numbers. With unlimited questions, engaging item types, and real-world scenarios, IXL helps learners experience math at its most mesmerizing!
Apples for the Teacher as a variety of math activities for elementary school children.
Math Fact Cafe. For grades 1-5, a math sheet generator.
Arcademics has a number of free math games.
Dad’s Worksheets. Lots of math worksheets, and some good explanations too!
BlueBonkers has a few math sheets from fractions through algebra.
Math Apprentice. Games for middle school age math. Not all easy. Takes some thinking.
Middle school math to cover? Try out master math. Video, worksheets, etc.
NRich. The NRICH Project aims to enrich the mathematical experiences of all learners. I like this site as some of the questions postulated make a person think a bit.
Sheppard Software has some neat games that work decently to help a student practice their math skills. From elementary level and up.
Algebra One. Learn algebra for free. Videos, worksheets.
Math is Fun presents Sam Lloyd puzzles. You might find these fun to work through with your students.
Purple Math. All sorts of math to be found here.
Hippocampus. Arithmetic, Algebra & Geometry, Calculus & Advanced Math along with Statistics & Probability