How to Help
Research says children are more likely to be successful learners when parents actively support their learning. Today, helping children to make the effort to learn mathematics is more important than ever. Our world of technology demands strong skills in mathematics, and these demands will only increase over the lifetimes of our children.
Parents must become involved early and stay involved over the school years to build children's skills in math and develop positive attitudes toward mathematics. Math education, especially in middle and high school, can play a major role in determining his or her future education and career opportunities.
Please take 20 minutes 3-4 times a week to help your child become a better mathematician. The web pages listed below contain numerous games and activities to help you engage your child in math and some include on-line tutor help. Have fun !!!!USEFUL WEB PAGES
The following websites are by no means a complete representation of all the information on the World-Wide-Web. Hopefully the information presented here will continue to grow. Suggestions for additional resources are always welcome, and this site will be updated and expanded as time goes on. Please email any suggestions, corrections, bad links, or comments to David Woods, Assistant Superintendent Secondary Education or Spencer Taylor, Executive Director of Elementary Education
It is the teachers responsibility to review any website prior to using it in class. All efforts have been made to make sure the sites are student friendly
Interactive math web site to help students improve math skills with interactive games and activities.
This site has great online math resources. Includes information on basic math, geometry, algebra, calculus, trigonometry and statistics
Practice of basic facts
AAA Math features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts.
This site contains the techniques, tips, and secrets used by master teachers!
Interactive games...lots of fun
Math games for grades K-8
Flash cards, practice sheets, games, time and money
Practice telling time
Manipulate the hands of the clock to tell the given time
A huge list of videos covering basic arithemtic, algebra, calculus, developmental math, differential equations, geometry, problem solving, linear algebra, pre-algebra, pre-calculus, probability, statistics, trigonometry, and others.
Think Central is a site where you and your child can get help on particular problems or help with concepts. Please check with your child's teacher for access instructions.
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