Math Resource Page


About This Webpage

The purpose of this site is to provide access to a variety of mathematical sites for students at every grade level from Kindergarten to 8th Grade. We encourage teachers and families to visit and use these sites to build, reinforce and challenge students in all areas of math.

This site has been developed by Trish Hirshfield, Diana Vosbikian, Virginia Kenna, Maria Kelly, Elementary Basic Skills Math Teachers, in conjunction with Chris Bowman, Technology Teacher, from the Mount Laurel School District.

Each site is identified with correlating New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and a brief description.

Pearson SuccessNet

Pearson SuccessNet is the powerful computer remediation component of Mount Laurel's Investigations Math program for Grades 1-5. At the beginning of the academic year, parents should receive a letter from their child's teacher with directions for accessing the site. The letter includes the student's username along with a password. Each child has his or her own page with resources and assignments. This site also gives parents and students access to the Math Student Handbook, resources and games. It can also provide individualized, prescriptive remediation for each student. Math teachers can post activities, tests and practice for groups or individuals. Once a student has taken an assigned online test, Success Tracker immediately provides feedback showing the child's score, focal points successfully completed and those that need practice. Remediation specific to each student's needs is generated. Parents can also view how their child is progressing by logging onto their child's page.

Helpful Math Websites

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Problem Solving


AAA Math - AAA Math features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth grade level) enable learning or review to occur at each individual's current level. Sorted by grade level and subject.
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Interactive Math Activities - Arithmetic Quizzes, Fraction Sorter, Pattern Generator, Sequencer, Venn Diagram Shape Sorter, Angles, and Fractured Pictures, That's just a partial listing for games on numbers & operations - there are equally impressive lists of games for geometry, algebra, probability, statistics, and modeling. *Great site for teachers/parents gr 6-8.
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Dictionary - Dictionary providing terms and formulas 4.1
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Math is Fun - general site- Organized by subject and levels of difficulty. Includes tips for learning math facts, interactive games, puzzles, math dictionary and worksheets. Texas Instrument calculators on site as well. 4.1
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Oswego Games - List of interactive activities highlighting the 100's chart, coordinate graphing and fractions. Try Dog Bone, Billy Bug and Fraction Flags 4.1
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Bitesize - Very colorful, fast-moving site. Includes teaching items, games and quizzes. 4.1
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Math Magician - This site gives students the ability to try new levels of skills. You choose the operation and the difficulty level. Students then answer 50 questions within the time given. This site is very interactive and fast paced practice with great feedback!  4.1
Math Playground - an entertaining way for grades K-6 to learn word problems, logic games, and math games. Games include Math Olympics, Fraction Playground, Area & Perimeter, Grand Slam Math (word problem practice for grades 2-5), Math TV (problem - solving videos), and Logo Park (simple computer programming). The site also contains printable worksheets, interactive math quizzes, & practice math facts. 4.1
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Mathematical Resources - a portal to interactive math sites, primary through sixth grade, including algebra patterns & function & place value, money, addition, subtraction & multiplication, time graphing, measurement, fractions, decimals, & enrichment. Arranged by grade level/topic. 4.1
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Philtugla - Integration of music with mathematics in relationship to fractions. 4.1
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Time Monsters - Interactive game to help with telling time! 4.1
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Woodlands Math - This site has great games for the elementary children ages 7-11. Great interactive games under each topic for reinforcement. 4.1
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Professor Freedman's Math Help - Great teacher site! Created by a professor from Camden Community College. Professor Freedman has won multiple awards for her programs, interactive tutorials, and overall excellence in teaching. There are videos illustrating different math operations, tutorials, homework and assignments. 4.1
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A+ Math - Improve your math skills. Great flashcard site. Watch video explanations from teachers and play interactive games. Good for grades 2-6. 4.1
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Cool Math for Kids - Cool Math is great for parents/teachers illustrating ways to approach/teach math topics to children beginning at age 5-6. 4.1
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Helpful Websites IV

Puzzle Math- Check out the tangrams!
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Top Marks - This website is arranged by topic, with varying levels of difficulty. Covers grades 1-6. Money activities are not in US currency. The measurement areas are great for practicing metric. 4.1
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CrickWeb- Numerous interactive resources for primary schools. Check out the huge calculator that can be used with the ActivBoard! 4.2 4.5

Enrichment Websites

Math Stories - The goal of this math website is to help elementary school (Grade 1st through 6th) children boost their math problem solving and critical-thinking skills. MathStories.com has over 15,000 interactive and non-interactive NCTM compliant math word problems for children to enjoy! Word problems are available in both English and Spanish. MathStories.com is the website for busy teachers, eager students, and involved parents. MathStories.com is comprehensive and easy to navigate. 4.1
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Figure this Out! - Site for FAMILIES to enjoy mathematics outside of school through a series of fun and engaging high-quality challenges. Figure This! demonstrates challenging middle school mathematics and emphasizes the importance of high-quality math education for all students.  Funding for the project was provided by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the U.S. Department of Education. ucation.
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Think Quest - This site has some information on sports and how math's connected thanks to Mr. Sport, the mascot.
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