Elementary Math Websites of Interest
The following are a number of websites that have been selected with our students in mind. There are hundreds of websites available for academic help, but the sites listed below come highly recommended by Peak to Peak teachers. Feel free to use and search at your convenience! As always, we encourage you to monitor the use of internet resources with your children, and choose those that are most appropriate for your situation.
Some websites may prompt you to find more specific information about your child’s learning levels. We would encourage you to start conversations with your child’s teachers about reading levels or math skills that would be most beneficial for you to use.
K-5, Assorted Topics
This website is from New South Wales in Australia, and provides many games that can be used to support classroom teaching. Examples are: Numeral Track (identifying numerals), Butterfly Ten Frame, Domino Sequence, Arrays (multiplication) and Domino Sequence.
This is the English version of a website developed by the Freudenthal Institute in the Netherlands. There are 43 different games here, and you can select the age of your students to get to appropriate activities. This works the thinking behind math skills, rather than rote memorization or traditional practice pages.
This site allows you to first select a grade level, then to select specific skills usually addressed at that level. It will track accuracy, and adjust the questions if they are too hard or too easy!
This site is divided into categories of math skills, with many choices of games and tutorials for each topic.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives: Allows students to use a computer to manipulate the objects and tools they use to work out math problems.
National Council for Teachers of Mathematics Illuminations: Searchable database of many online activities reinforcing math standards for each grade range.
This site’s games are color-coded based on grade. The further you scroll down, the higher the grade level.
This site has a variety of games for many different topics. You need to look for the topic choices in a straight-line menu near the top. This website says it also has the option to download for the Nintendo Wii game console.
Johnny’s Math Page is full of interactive games for 6 major categories of mathematics. In addition, many printable worksheets are available.
A site that is full of many easy-to-play games for different math topics.
This site has many math topics in a variety of formats, but requires some reading for each problem or activity.
This is a website with hundreds of links to other websites of games, videos, online math tools, and worksheets. Many excellent resources, but requires some time to click through links to find what you want.
Strictly for practicing math facts: you can choose the operation (add/subtract/multiply/divide) and the difficulty.
You choose the operation, and the flashcards flip themselves once you give an answer.
Another great site for math fact practice; you choose the difficulty and the operation (or combination of operations) before receiving a set of problems.
This has talking flashcards that show the problem, read the problem, state the answer, and then allow the student to type the answer. Just turn the speakers down to have flashcards without the answers spoken.
This site provides many games to practice multiplication facts!
Printable Worksheets/ Activities:
This site allows you to generate worksheets for math facts, time, and money. There is also the option for online play.
This site is designed specifically for parents to find resources to help students develop math sense, understand homework, and includes many games to play with household materials that help to strengthen mathematical thinking.
A site that is full of every type of printable resources, charts, graphs, etc. that you may ever need or want for math practice and assignments!
http://pearsonsuccessnet.com (requires student or teacher login)
This site has many related resources, videos, and practice pages matching our math curriculum. It also has an online version of math textbooks grades 3-5. Several games to reinforce key concepts included.