### Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Math Resources | Posted on July 11, 2013

Top 50 Math Sites and Apps is a great collection from the Technology Tidbits: Thoughts of a Cyber Hero blog. Check them out and let me know your favorites.

Top 50 Math Sites and Apps is a great collection from the Technology Tidbits: Thoughts of a Cyber Hero blog. Check them out and let me know your favorites.

Coloring Squared is a new series of coloring pages that seek to practice math concepts while having fun with cool pixel art puzzles.

Math with Mr. V is a You Tube Channel with math tutorial videos including algebra, geometry and trigonometry.

Brightstorm Math Videos is another site with high school math tutorial videos.

Yay Math is an online collection of math video lessons for Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry. For the most part, the videos show teachers explaining concepts on a whiteboard, but there is also interaction with students in the class.

Common Core Open Resources for Math and Science These free resources help implement the CCSS in your state and provide you with specific information to prepare teachers to equip students with the tools they’ll need to be successful on the PARCC assessments.

FastFig is a math site that acts like a word processor. Simple type in simple to extremely complex math equations for instant solutions.

Opus Math has a great deal of Common Core math resources for grades 7-8 including problem and task banks sorted by standards.

Public Lessons on Interactive Math Web Site These “public lessons” (a term from Lesson Study practices) have been developed by the Noyce Foundation and are taught by practicing teachers and professional developers. These lessons have been extensively field-tested in multiple settings and refined over time, and are generally presented to an audience of participating students and observing teachers. Most draw on learning tasks developed by the Mathematics Assessment Resource Service (MARS).

Math Monday In a partnership with Make: Online, the Museum presents a weekly column discussing fun, experiential, and puzzling topics in mathematics. Collected here are the Math Monday posts from past weeks.

Math Trail Powered by Google Maps, these exciting trails take you to locations connected by a theme. Students must use an email address and then they can choose the level of difficulty. This game combines map skills, knowledge of geography, and of course, math skills.

Brain Genie is a web site where you can watch math and science tutorials to strengthen your skills. Includes a video lesson and practice drills.

K-5 Math Teaching Resources This site provides an extensive collection of free resources, math games, and hands-on math activities aligned with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. Our math printables are suitable for use in math centers, small group or whole class settings. Instructions for each activity are presented in large print on a task card in child-friendly language to enable students to work on tasks independently after a brief introduction to the task. – See more at: http://www.k-5mathteachingresources.com/#sthash.x7zrqUEQ.dpuf

Common Core Math Videos from Southeast Comprehensive Center are organized by grade levels. These videos are intended for teachers to show how to take the Math Common Core standards and apply best practices for instruction in the classroom.

Just came upon a phenomenal resource for Common Core Math geared specifically to middle school teachers. Created by teacher Alison Shook, this Livebinder has everything from tasks, teaching resources, inclusion ideas, integrating reading & writing, students activities, and even algebra resources.

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Desmos is a site with a free online graphing calculator that can instantly plot any equations. It works on any computer or tablet without having to download anything.

Learn Math Easily is an online site that provides students with digital math content, promotes a collaborative working environment, formative assessments, and real-world applications embedded within each project. Aligned with Common Core.

E for Explore is a new web site with dozens of student learning activities relevant to Common Core.

Graphing Stories is a site by the Buzz Math group. Print the graph handout, play the short video, and have students graph what they see.

Xtra Math.Org is a free site where teachers can register, set up a class, and have students practice math facts.

Rhyme & Learn web site has videos with math and science raps to help students understand complex processes.

Why U You Tube Channel has animated tutorials in math and science. This site is best suited for middle and high school.

As many states move to CCSS, check out **STORY MATH ** web site from Math E-Learning. StoryMath™ is an innovative new approach that uses storytelling to present math in a fresh, fun and exciting light. Reading and listening to the stories will stimulate students’ imagination and help them learn useful vocabulary. Moreover, seeing math in this new context enables a deeper understanding of concepts – and helps remove the fear of the subject.

STEM Flix™ is a new, interactive video series provided for your viewing pleasure by the Northrop Grumman Foundation and Science Bob. And they are all about having fun with STEM – that is, **SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING **and **MATHEMATICS**.

SMILE is an online collection of math and science activities available to anyone, free of charge. We are also a community of educators who contribute, use, and comment on activities at howtosmile.org.

SMILE stands for Science and Math Informal Learning Educators; we are a pathway (an audience-specific branch) of the National Science Digital Library (NSDL.org).

SMILE’s learning activities, tools, and services are available to all but are designed especially for those who teach school-aged children in non-classroom settings (like museums, zoos, aquaria, and afterschool or outdoor education programs). SMILE is dedicated to bringing the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) activities developed by informal science organizations around the country to the wider informal educator community, while encouraging that community to both use and contribute to SMILE’s growing collection.