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Practice makes perfect, and IXL makes math practice fun!
IXL motivates students through interactive games and exercises while keeping teachers and parents informed and involved. With more than 4,000 skills spanning pre-school through high school, IXL offers a dynamic and enjoyable environment suitable for any learning style. Students who use IXL are succeeding like never before.
To sum it up, PowerMyLearning Math is the go-to place for over a thousand all-star activities in every K-12 math topic area. Awesome activities plus a little curiosity are a big part of the formula for math success!
This is an interactive math resource for teachers, parents, and students featuring free math worksheets, math games, math flashcards, and more.
This site has fun math games related to animated characters from PBS television shows. This site is for primary grade levels.
XtraMath is a web program that teaches addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts which are critical to success in mathematics.
The TenMarks program builds skills and mastery in mathematics. The variety of question types provide student the opportunity to practice and demonstrate comprehension of concepts using critical thinking and problem solving skills.
Developed by The Screen Actors Guild Foundation, Storyline Online features accomplished actors and actresses reading some of their favorite children’s books. Each story comes with a free Activity Guide and can be viewed on YouTube or SchoolTube. Rainbow Fish, Wilfrid Gordon Macdonald Partridge, and To Be a Drum are just a few of the books available.
Similar to Storyline Online, Read to Me features popular children’s books being read by famous performers. There are activity guides with hands-on ideas, discussion questions, and lesson plans that can easily be adapted to the Common Core State Standards. Entirely free, the site is colorful and engaging.
While some areas of Starfall are part of their premium service, they have many early reader stories available for free. Students can follow along as the story is read to them and can, in some instances, help create their own story. The website is highly engaging and a favorite of young readers.
Children can listen to short stories read aloud to them as they follow along with the highlighted text. ABCya! has a variety of educational games in addition to the featured stories. Free resources and materials are available for grades K through 5.
Storynory features a collection of original, fairytale, and classic children’s audio stories. Students can follow along with the story as it is read to them, as the text is also included on the site. There are also some great features available that give you the option of downloading the audio to your computer, listening to “catch phrase” explanations, translating text into different languages (especially helpful for your ELL students!), and more.