• Games & Resources for Math


    Arcademic Skill Builders: Online educational games for learning basic math, language arts, vocabulary, and thinking skills. Math games include addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, and fraction and ratio games. 


    Cool Math 4 Kids:  Online math games for reinforcing skills with addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, etc. Contains a link to coolmath.com for older students  and a 3 – 5 yr old section. 


    Funbrain:   Games for math & reading, games grouped & searchable by grade level. 
    Fun 4 the Brain:   Games for addition, subtractions, multiplication, division, science and just for fun. 


    Gamequarium: Interactive mathematics games, virtual manipulatives, online calculators, and graphing tools. 
    Harcourt Math Glossary: Interactive math glossary for students in K-6 that provides a searchable database of math terms, accompanied by illustrations and animated examples.  


    Illuminations - Weblinks: Search 724 web links for games and information for number sense, algebra, geometry, measurement, data analysis and probability.  


    Illuminations - Activities:  Search 105 math activities online based upon grade spans.  


    Internet 4 Classrooms: Contains various math games and activities.
    Mathematics Benchmarks, Grades K–12: Benchmarks for K-12, as well as models of secondary school courses, sample secondary school assessments, and tasks. 
    Math123xyz.com: Interactive multimedia math resources, including math lessons, interactive tutorials, learning tools, enrichment, and extra practice. Basic Skills, Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Algebra, and Trigonometry.  


    Math Dictionary for Kids: More than 600 interactive mathematical definitions for elementary school students. 
    Math Playground: Play logic games, solve word problems, and watch math videos. 


    Mathwire.com: Activities, worksheets, and creative ideas for teaching math that are classroom-tested by teachers. Based on NCTM Standards. 


    National Library of Virtual Manipulatives: Interactive manipulatives to use.  For example: access a spinner, make a graph, etc. 


    Numbers Made Meaningful: Teacher-tested math stories and games based on the story Trouble with Zero, for PreK through grade 1. 


    Rockin’ the Standards: A veteran elementary school teacher and his rock band have taken lyrics from common tunes and changed them to help kids remember the mathematics they’ve been taught in school. 


    Soft Schools: Worksheets and games. 


    Superkids: Online resource for teachers or parents to create math worksheets on topics including addition, exponents, and telling time. 


    Time Monsters: Interactive online lessons and quizzes about time.  http://www.timemonsters.com/

    Reading and Writing Resources


    Starfall - Starfall has games, books, word families, poetry, etc.


    Storyline Online - This site provides an on-line streaming video program featuring Screen Actors Guild members reading children's books aloud.


    Award Books - Caldecott Award winning books

    ReadWriteThink - International Reading Association  - Parents guide to after-school activities.  

    Roy the Zebra - Reading games

    We Give Books - Read books from the free digital library and We Give Books gives books to children who don’t have them.

    PBS Kids - Reading Games

    Storybird -Storybirds are short, art-inspired stories you make to share, read, and print.  Read them like books, play them like games, and send them like greeting cards. They’re curiously fun.

    Wacky Web Tales- Mad libs that are geared for grade 3 and up.  A great way to practice parts of speech.  

    Funbrain - Reading - Mad Libs Junior - Mad libs that are more structured.  You choose from a pre-formed list of nouns, verbs, etc.

    Word It Out - Input words and they will be transformed into a word cloud.


    Common Core Standards