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Best websites to learn and practice maths at home

Published by SchoolAdvisor on Sep 05, 2013, 09:31 AM

This section aims to provide a list of links to useful websites and resources which may assist parents, teachers, and students to learn and practice maths. Games, worksheets, PDF files, videos and variety of practices are available for students from kindergarten to high school.

  Cut the Knot

Interactive mathematics miscellany and puzzles for different ages. It also includes hundreds of tutorials for students in different levels.

 
  IXL

A dynamic and adaptive learning environment where children and students can practice Maths and English for all ages.

  Maths Bank

This website provides A-Level maths resources for teachers and students. They specialise in high-quality, exam-style A-Level mathematics questions.  

  Maths Centre

Mathcentre has been set up to deliver mathematics support materials, free of charge, to students, lecturers and everyone looking for post-16 maths help.

   Math Worksheets Land

This website has over 9,700 PDF files with over 21,000 printable pages and covers resources from Preschool to High School.

  TUTPUP

In Tutpup, you can compete in fun, educational games against other kids from all over the World. Their focus is on helping children to gain confidence and mastery of basic educational skills.

 

Math Hunt

Maths problems crack when you scour web for Siecce and Social Studies information. It allows students to explore mathematical facts in a fun way.

 Math is Fun

 By using this website students will enjoy learning while data, dictionary, games, worksheets and tutorials are provided in an interactive platform.

 

 Mr. Martini's Classroom

 The focus of Mr. Martini's Classroom is on elementary arithmetic and math practice. Topics include counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, inequalities, fractions, decimals, exponents, radicals, negative numbers, and percents.

 

Adapted Mind

It provides students from grade 1 to 6 different platforms to learn math. 30-days special trial is also available for parents to evaluate their kid's progres.

 

MathVids

A website full of math tutorial videos for students from middle school to college.

 

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