Important Links and Resources

Awesome Apps For Your Devices

posted Aug 26, 2017, 1:37 PM by Michelle Boyd

I have some great links to apps you can download for your device! Whether you have an Android or Apple device, I have some great options for you!

Awesome Online Math Games

posted Aug 26, 2017, 1:34 PM by Michelle Boyd

Here are some fun games for learning/practicing many math topics!
  • Vector Kids Interactive Games Tons of interactive flashcards and games here, including Math Invaders!
  • Fraction Game Move all your markers to the other side using the fewest moves.
  • Bloxorz This is a game of strategy.  Good luck!
  • Zeus' Petals "A mysterious dark tower has appeared and spread chaos across the land. Help Zeus restore peace and tranquility by using multiplication skills to clear blocks from tower."
  • Integers/Fractions/Percents/PEMDAS Math Games Lots of different math games to help you with integers here!
  • Math Playground There is soooo much goodness on this site.  No really.  This one's a good one.  I could play on this site, too!  Lots of great games.  Find the skill you want/need to work on, and play the game that goes with it! (Side note: I know I always tell you your brain is lifting weights when you do math, but they really have a picture of a brain lifting weights here!)
  • Funbrain's Math and Number Games
  • NumberNut This site has everything: lessons, quizzes, activities, and workbooks!  Focus on one skill at a time.  Have fun with this one!
  • Math Mayhem Play other kids around the world.
  • Living Math! Ohmygosh!  There is so much awesomeness in this site!  Look beyond just the games section, too!
  • Interactive Math Games Find the topic you need help with and have fun!
  • Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Algebraic Expressions Edition
I'll add more as I find them. There are also games posted on homework pages, so check those out, too!  Also, email me if you have some awesome games to add to this list!

Useful Tools

posted Aug 26, 2017, 1:31 PM by Michelle Boyd   [ updated Sep 26, 2017, 12:03 PM ]

Don't have graph paper? Print some out!

Need a make-shift protractor? Try this one!

Don't have a scientific calculator? They're all over online!

You can probably Google any of these, but here are some resources that I have found online. 

For Graphing and Number Lines:
Centimeter Grid Paper
Coordinate Grids
Coordinate Plane (no numbers)
Coordinate Plane (no axis)
Coordinate Planes (six)
Create-a-Graph
Free Online Graph Paper
Grid and Dot Paper
Number Lines -10 to 10
Number Lines Blank
Print Free Graph Paper

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