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Math Websites

For Parent-Teachers & Students

Cut the Knot   website offers interactive math puzzles and assignments from basic arithmetic to algebra, geometry, probability and higher level math.  It also has a link to lessons for teachers and support for parents at home!

DreamCalc™ is a virtual scientific calculator. It gives the intuitive feel of using a real hand-held calculator, but on a PC or laptop.

The First in Math® Online Program provides students the opportunity to play the 24® game online and improve their math fluency. More than just a fun activity, First In Math offers substantive content that supports the core curriculum. Eight Skill Set®groups offer a full range of challenge and tie into national and state standards. serves over a million students with instant explanations for odd-numbered homework problems for over 250 math textbooks. Believing that providing immediate assistance to students with assigned math work improves math learning, they offer step-by-step answers, math videos, and math tutoring.

Study Island is a leading provider of easy-to-use, web-based, state standards mastery products. Study Island’s rigorous, research-based content provides web-based instruction, practice, assessment, and reporting to match individual states’ standards in math. This website offers instruction and practice for CAHSEE, and various math AP and SAT2 exams.

 Virtual Nerd uses a patent-pending e-learning platform to provide anytime, anywhere access to online tutorials. They are focused on helping students, but have a lot to offer educators as well, starting with free access to their entire library of tutorials!

 Manga high is one of the world’s first games-based-learning sites, where students learn Mathematics via purpose-built casual games that balance fun and learning. Mangahigh was founded by an experienced team of mathematicians and game specialists who strive to balance game play and education. Students can play against each other or classes can play against other classes anywhere in the world.

 At Khan Academy you can learn almost anything for free with a library of over 2,600 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and 215 practice exercises, Khan Academy is on a mission to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace.

MathTV produces quality materials for mathematics instruction, including textbooks (both print and electronic) videos, online homework, and worksheets. They offer products at a reasonable price, with professional, accessible service. Study skills, success skills, and common mistakes are integrated in with all our materials.

 IXL's math skills are aligned to the 2010 Common Core State Standards, the 2008 California Preschool Learning Foundations, and the 1997 California Content Standards, providing comprehensive preparation for the Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) program. With IXL's state standards alignments, you can easily find unlimited practice problems specifically tailored to each required standard in grades K-Algebra.  Even better, IXL automatically tracks student progress and displays proficiency scores in the state standards reports. These reports allow you to quickly evaluate student aptitude and identify trouble spots.

Free Rice is a non-profit website run by the United Nations World Food Program. There is math, science, geography, art history, foreign languages and more. Freerice has a custom database containing questions at varying levels of difficulty. There are levels appropriate for beginners and levels that will challenge the most scholarly professors. In between are levels suitable for students of all ages. Freerice automatically adjusts to your level. It starts by giving you questions of increasing difficulty and then, based on how you do, assigns you an approximate starting level. You then determine a more exact level for yourself as you play. FreeRice has two goals: (1) Provide education to everyone for free. (2) Help end world hunger by providing rice to hungry people for free. 

 Annenberg Learner uses media and telecommunications to advance excellent teaching in American schools. Annenberg Learner's multimedia resources help teachers increase their expertise in their fields and assist them in improving their teaching methods. Many programs are also intended for students in the classroom and viewers at home. All Annenberg Learner videos exemplify excellent teaching.

Random offers true random numbers to anyone on the Internet. This website can be used by teachers and students for assistance with statistics and probability problems.

Lesson Planet provides a convenient way to discover and share innovative lesson plans. The Lesson Planet solution helps teachers find lesson resources, correlate them to standards, and organize their curriculum. Lesson Planet’s tools offer teachers a time-efficient way to inspire their teaching with fresh ideas.

Math is Fun

Address math standards for algebra, geometry, probability and statistics. Each section has clear examples and then how “Your Turn” questions where students can test their knowledge of the topic.

Math Way

Gives sample problems in algebra, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus and statistics.  The website also allows students to enter in their own problem and have the answer calculated for them.


Gives a pull-down menu covering multiple topics in algebra, plots, geometry, trig and calculus where students can find explanations of math concepts as well as sample problems.

Purple Math

Provides algebra lessons that are written with the student in mind. These lessons emphasize the practicalities rather than the technicalities, demonstrating dependable techniques, warning of likely "trick" questions, and pointing out common mistakes.

Purple Math

Free math lessons and math homework help from basic math to algebra, geometry and beyond.

Figure This

Created by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, this site helps families enjoy mathematics outside school through a series of fun and engaging challenges. Students can try fun problems which cover topics in algebra, statistics and probability, and geometry.

SOS Math

Study site for high school, college students and adult learners. Provides homework help as well as test prep. More than 2,500 math pages filled with short and easy-to-understand explanations the following subject areas: algebra, trig, calculus, differential equations, complex variables, and matrix algebra.

Homework Spot

Study site for high school, college students as well as adult learners. Help for homework and test prep. Includes algebra, calculus, and trigonometry help.

Math Words

Source for math terminology from triangle trig, circle trig. Includes material about trig functions, their inverses, and trig identities.


Includes algebra, geometry, calculus, advanced math, statistics and probability topics. Has good videos, interactive simulations, and worked examples of problems. Also has other topics including biology, chemistry, physics, economics, history and government.


Homework help videos in math (Algebra 1-2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-calculus, Calculus) & Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology). Search for topics or view by most popular topics.

Calculation Nation

Calculation Nation® is part of the NCTM Illuminations project, which offers Standards-based resources. Allows students to investigate significant mathematical content through games which are engaging and cover multiple high school math topics. Must register, but registration is free.

High School Math activities ranging from easy high school math activities to more advanced. Includes worksheet puzzles which employ math concepts.

Euclid's Elements

Illustrated edition of Euclid's Elements includes 13 books on plane geometry, geometric and abstract algebra, number theory. Uses a Java applet called the Geometry Applet to illustrate the diagrams. Euclid’s Elements is one of the very earliest mathematical works to be printed and available in its entirety at this link.

Math Forum This online community includes teachers, students, researchers, parents and educators who have an interest in math and math education. The site includes Ask Dr. Math, Problems of the Week, discussion groups and much more.

AAA Math Customized by grade level and topic, AAA Math features explanations of various mathematical topics, practice problems and fun, challenging games.

Cool Math This fully interactive site and allows the user to sharpen basic math skills, play games and explore new math concepts.

PBS Mathline: Online Interaction. PBS Mathline provides a collection of online lesson plans from their television math projects for the elementary, the middle, and the high school. Topics include money, statistics, measurement, and algebra. To view and print all these plans, you must download Adobe's free Acrobat Reader.

TeacherVision, part of the FamilyEducation Network, provides a collection of math and general curriculum areas lesson plans for grades K-12.

The Math League, designed for students in fourth grade through high school, specializes in math contests, books and computer software. The “Help Facility” is handy reference guide for math topics complete with examples, definitions and explanations.

Fun Brain This site includes 17 original games based on soccer, car racing and many other games include Math Baseball, where a child can score runs with correct answers and Operation Order, where students can build pyramids with their knowledge of algebra.

Math Play Ground This site is an action-packed site for elementary and middle school students. Play a math game, solve a logic puzzle, and have some fun!

A Plus Math  This web site was developed to help students improve their math skills interactively.  It allows students to make flashcards, play interactive games, and has a homework helper as well.

KUTA Software This is a great website for teachers.  It offers hundreds of free worksheets on several different math concepts, allowing you to differentiate your instruction, improve your materials and adapt to your individual classes.  While it is a subscription website, there are several great options that are offered for free.

Rice University and the Houston School District provides beginning algebra lesson plans developed by teachers.