Helpful Websites for Students
- Patrick JMT: Skill Levels: Grades3rd-12th+ (arithmetic through Calculus)
- The “JMT” in Patrick JMT stands for “Just Math Tutorials.” noting but math. Similar to Khan Academy, this top math website has clear math videos on tons of topics. Scroll down their home page to see all the categories!
- Khan Academy: Skill Levels: Grades3rd-12th+ (basic math through Calculus III) plus ACT & SAT Prep!
- World renowned, Khan Academy, is full of helpful videos explaining all sorts of math topics (they have videos on other school subjects too). When you login (free forever, they say!) you see a home screen and your child can even take a math pre-test to see where he/she is starting.
- Arcademics: Skill Levels: Grades K-6th Grade
- This great math website was created to meld “Academics + Arcade = Fun” in mind! Games are free, multi-player, and educational. And they even designed these games while conscious about online safety. “Private” games can be set up with a password, so a student and his/her friends could organize games to play against each other in a private game! “Public” games can be joined by anyone at anytime but there is no contact between the outside players and the student. They also monitor player names and block inappropriate ones.
- Hooda Math: Skill Level: Grades K-8
- Hooda Math is an awesome math website geared toward helping kids practice and learn through fun computer games. Specific topics the games work with are: addition, subtraction, multiplication, addition, geometry, basic physics, fractions, integers, and algebra.
- Math Pickle: Skill Level: Grades K-12
- Math Pickle, a great website for K-12 math topics, appears to be designed with the teacher in mind, but do not let that deter you! Take mini-lessons and do them with your kids! Make it a game. Make it a fun project. They will learn without realizing it (which is the best way to learn – naturally!)
- Algebra.help: Skill Level: Grades 7-12
- Education World: Skill Level: Grades K-12
- Education World presents a variety of math resources that all teachers can use to liven up instruction. “But I’m not a teacher!” you protest. It doesn’t matter! Anyone can take advantage. And parents would be wise to seek out resources that teachers themselves like to pull from.
- Art of Problem Solving: Skill Level: Grades Aprox. 3-11
- This math website has math discussion forums, math competition information, classes students can enroll in and more. Especially helpful are the clear videos.