Educational Websites

Big Ideas Math

This is the link to our Big Ideas Math book that we use in the classroom.  Students should have their own username and password that we created together in class written in their planner in order to sign in online.  All book assignments can be found here. 

Khan Academy

This website is a huge resource of information regarding the Common Core (National Standards) for Math & Science.  This allows the student to view videos as well as practice specific concepts. 

Arcademic Skill Builders

This is a fun, educational Math website that allows students to practice a variety of Math topics while playing fun and engaging games. 


This is a website that allows you to "play" different Math games.


This website includes numerous games that cover a variety of Math topics.

Shodor Interactive Math Activities

This website is a great resource of games that review all types of Math topics from Geometry to Algebra to Probability! 

CoolMath4Kids.com (Fractions)

This is a great place to review how to calculate how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions.


AplusMath features the game of Math-O which allows the student to review adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing of numbers in a fun way.

Fun Brain

This is a Math website that allows you to play baseball while reviewing adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing numbers.

Reading and Interpreting Graphs

This website focuses on how to interpret graphs and represent data.

AAA Math-Mean

Find the mean for a set of numbers.

AAA Math-Median

Find the median of a set of numbers.

Area & Perimeter of Quadrilaterals & Circles

This is a great website to review area and perimeter of quadrilaterals and circles.

Composite Figures

This is an interactive website that works on the area and perimeter of composite figures.

Coloring Multiples in Pascal's Triangle

This website is great for working with multiples of a number.

Percents Review

Find Percents of Rational Numbers.

Product Game

This interactive game works on factors and multiples.

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