The following is a post from contributing writer Dianna Kennedy.
Math is much more than boring textbooks, repetitive worksheets or memorizing tables. Keep your children engaged with these free math resources that add up to tons of fun! (I have also added in pictures of some of our favorite math products, which all contain affiliate links.)
3.Click on Bricks
Click on Bricks uses LEGO bricks to help teach and reinforce multiplication facts.
4.Break Away from the Math Book
This extensive site has hundreds of creative math projects and puzzlers for students from kindergarten through eighth grade.
Print out this free math game, add your own manipulatives like beads or pom-poms, then watch your kids have a ball practicing their math facts.
File Folder Fun has games for preschoolers through third grade. Simply print the game pieces out and run them through your laminator. Create the game with some colored file folders, and your kids will learn by playing.
Math Nook hosts loads of free online math games arranged by category. Your students can work on money, rounding, division and more.
Math Ebook has suggestions for kindergarten all the way through high school. There are downloadable ebook tutorials and videos to help your children learn math concepts.
Need some rockin’ multiplication drill practice? Try this site on for size.
If you peruse the selections at Currclick, you’ll find lots of free math printables and fun.
12. Number Nut
Number Nut has a giant range of topics, all the way from counting to pre-algebra.
Lessons and quizzes are simple and easy to understand. I picked up a few ideas to help boost Rachel’s money math skills.
Do you have a favorite free math resource? Be sure to leave a comment!
When she’s not reviewing first grade math facts, you can find Dianna heading up The Kennedy Adventures! She writes about living her Catholic faith, her misadventures in homeschooling and trying to stay fit. Catch her on Google+, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
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