# Math Websites

## Collection by Dawn Dibley

Blogging at http://mondaymathmessage.wordpress.com/

### Johnnie's Math Page – The Best Math for Kids and their Teachers

### ABCya! • Third Grade Learning Games, Ages 8 - 9

Kids LOVE our free online games! Go on quests, bake sweet treats, and explore while practicing fractions, parts of speech, and more 3rd grade skills. Play now!

### NRICH - Mathematics Resources for Teachers, Parents and Students to Enrich Learning

The Nrich Maths Project Cambridge,England. Mathematics resources for children,parents and teachers to enrich learning. Problems,children's solutions,interactivities,games,articles.

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### Comprehensive Core Curriculum on integrated digital platform | Smart Curriculum. Smarter Teaching.

LearnZillion provides digitized comprehensive curricula with built-in, in-the-moment supports, empowering teachers and saving them valuable prep time.

### Johnnie's Math Page – The Best Math for Kids and their Teachers

### Math Reasoning Inventory

### Inside Mathematics | Inside Mathematics

inside mathematics - a professional resource for educators

### Problems of the Week - National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

### Talking Math With Your Kids

Supporting children’s early mathematical development

### Happy Numbers

While looking for something else today for a teacher I stumbled across the GREATEST math website, Happy Numbers! I love this site for so many reasons. Here are a few: 1. Their motto is: Driven by Pedagogy, Supported by Technology (and not vice versa) YES! 2. The site is FREE. 3. Instead of just focusing on memorization of facts, it focuses on students building a strong math foundation. And if they make a mistake? Students will be supported with visuals, animations, and targeted feedback. 4…

### Introduction to Illustrative Mathematics

This is "Introduction to Illustrative Mathematics" by Illustrative Mathematics on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

### Build Math Minds with The Recovering Traditionalist

Working to help teachers think outside the traditional way of doing, and teaching, mathematics.

### Mindset Kit - Resources for growth and learning mindsets

A free resource for educators and parents who want to foster learning mindsets such as growth mindset. Follow lessons and practices from experts and members of our community.

### Marilyn's current thinking about math education and her ongoing classroom experiences and learning.

Tic-tac-toe is a game that has some advantages―it's easy to learn, requires only paper and a pencil, and doesn't take long to play. But the game has the disadvantage of getting boring pretty fast. Don't give up on it. Try these variations, all of which give kids (even adults) a chance to think strategically in new ways.