Useful Links
Links for Math Content:
Khan Academy - provides tutorials and practice for grades K-12. You can login with your district-provided Google account.

Mr. Tarrou's Chalk Talk - a youtube channel with short, engaging videos on a wide range of topics from Algebra through Calculus & Statistics.

Math Plane - a math "Humor and Help Hub" containing extra practice for Pre-Algebra through high school mathematics.

NCTM Illuminations - this site is sponsored by the National Council of Teachers of Math, and it contains lots of free interactive applets that allow students K-12 to model and play with various mathematical concepts. Use the search bar on the right of the screen to check off the boxes for "Interactives" and the appropriate grade band. You can further narrow your search by clicking on specific topics or content areas.

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives - a free site out of Utah State University for K-12, it has many similar applets to the Illuminations website. To find appropriate applets, click on the square on the grid where the topic you're interested in intersects with the appropriate grade band.

LucasVB Gallery - a gallery of animations that help students visualize various mathematics (and physics) concepts. Most are for grades 9-12.

Ask Dr. Math - the Math Forum @ Drexel University allows students and teachers K-12 to submit questions that are answered by college math students & professors. There is a search feature to search for previously answered questions before submitting a new one.

Internet4Classrooms - provides links to free online resources for Pre-K - 8, grouped by grade level and skill. Hover over the appropriate grade level on the left, then go to "Skill Builders," then "Mathematics."

Helpful book for parents K-12: Help Your Kids With Math: A Unique Step-by-Step Visual Guide. Over the years, many parents have voiced their frustrations to me about helping their kids with math. Sometimes parents are not familiar with the strategies being taught in the classroom, and sometimes the child has progressed beyond the parent's own comfort level with math. This book is a great resources for parents who want a quick reference, and it promises an "illustrated, stress-free approach." It covers topics from basic addition and subtraction algorithms through algebra, geometry, statistics, and probability.

Links for Math Fact Practice:

FASTT Math - check with your child's teacher if your child has forgotten his/her username or password.

The Math Worksheet Site - allows you to print out free practice drill worksheets for your child. Click on the appropriate operation to begin customizing your worksheet.

Play Kids Games - online math fact practice.

Fact Monster - online math fact practice.

Math Playground - online math fact practice.

Links for Standards & Testing:
New Jersey Student Learning Standards for Mathematics

PARCC Testing - Delran Parent Information