Elementary School • Numbers, Fractions, Math
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Not understanding your Math homework? Get help from a tutor. It's free!
Kids InfoBits - Math & Measurements http://0-galenet.galegroup.com.ilsweb.lvccld.org/servlet/KidsInfoBits?subTopic=Math%2B%2526%2BMeasurement&locID=lvccld_main&topic=Science%2B%2526%2BMath&ste=3
Mathematics - Hot Topic http://hottopics.lvccld.org/mathematics
Library resources including eBooks, famous mathematicians and Donald Duck in Mathmagic Land videos.
Mathematics - World Book for Kids http://0-www.worldbookonline.com.ilsweb.lvccld.org/pl/forkids/browsearticles?class=science_and_mathematics-mathematics
Explores the concepts and real life applications of numbers by using illustrations, rhymes and a focus on the interaction between the reader and the text.
Math & Measurements
Mathematics lessons that are fun, Fun, FUN! http://math.rice.edu/~lanius/Lessons/
You've gotta learn math. Would it be nice if it were fun? It is here! Give this a try!
Basic Skills & Help
A Plus Math http://www.aplusmath.com/
Games, flashcards, worksheets, and homework help. This interactive site is the place to improve your math skills. Helpful for students grades 2-8.
Cool Math for Kids http://coolmath4kids.com/
Cool math 4 kids is an amusement park of math, games and more - especially designed for fun, fun, FUN!
Math Is Fun http://www.mathisfun.com
Fun with basic math skills. There is some more complex stuff, too, and some easier bits. Something for everybody.
Math Printables Ages 3-13 http://www.scholastic.com/parents/resources/collection/math-printables/
From counting to graphing to multiplication, these activities will foster and improve basic math skills.
Math Printables Grades 1-2 http://www.scholastic.com/parents/resources/collection/printables-1st-2nd-grade/
Have fun with numbers and counting with these activities.
Math Printables Grades 3-5 http://www.scholastic.com/parents/resources/collection/printables-3rd-5th-grade/
Have fun learning Math with these fun activities.
Charts & Graphs
Create a Graph http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/createagraph/
Just type in your data and a graph will be created. Print or save graphs and charts for homework projects. Created by the National Center for Education Statistics.
A Maths Dictionary http://amathsdictionaryforkids.com/dictionary.html
Math terms are explained with great examples.
Addition Flashcards Addition Facts with Critters http://ebooks.lvccld.org/ContentDetails.htm?id=F858C648-9726-4DD0-9868-AFDB908989ED
Flashcards with attitude and critters. Use this book to learn essential addition facts. This book focuses on addition facts for adding the numbers 1 through 12 to whole numbers through 12. Complete with 156 addition facts.
Addition Made Easy http://ebooks.lvccld.org/ContentDetails.htm?id=1215C30E-6628-4A24-BEE2-A52A412122CB
Are you having trouble with two-digit addition? How about three-digit addition? Does column addition confuse you? Do you wish someone could simply explain the properties of addition? Well, ask no more! In a simple and direct style, Rebecca Wingard-Nelson covers topics such as partial sums, regrouping, and place value. Whether you are learning this information for the first time—on your own or with a tutor—or you would like to review your math skills, this book will be a great choice.