Looking for some math resources for teaching at home? We can help! our list of online math resources includes a wide variety of formats to help out any middle and high school learners. From fully online video curriculums to printable worksheets, we’ve got a math solution that will keep your middle or high school student engaged and learning.
Khan Academy is a personal favorite of our founder, who uses it to help her community college students succeed. The platorm includes content for math at all levels. Parents can set up accounts to track student progress, and students are rewarded with badges and points as they work their way through content. Units include videos and exercises designed to achieve mastery.
Prodigy is a free adaptive learning that allows parents to create accounts for their kids and track their progress. The platform is designed to align with your local curriculum standards, and the material will adapt to your child’s responses to reinforce learning. Prodigy is available for curriculum through 8th grade.
Kuta Software is a great resource for printable worksheets for Pre-Algebra through Calculus. While there is no instruction on the website, these worksheets (with answer keys!) provide great extra practice for whatever you are working on at home.
We really really love the name of this one. And it provides a full library of video content for Arithmetic through Calculus. Pair these with some worksheets from Kuta Software, and it is almost like being in the classroom.
DeltaMath is a free resource that allows teachers or parents to create online assignments and track student completion. All problems include guided solutions so that students can get the help they need when working on them. And the platform is Common Core aligned to match your assignments to the standards.
NRich is a program from the University of Cambridge that provides math resources for teachers and parents to support curriculum development. The platform also has activities and games designed to be engaging for middle and high school students.
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