Looking for math resources to help your student at home? BCLS offers access to plenty of resources designed to challenge kids of all ages and offer parents even more options for homeschooling.
Bedtime Math has compiled some of the best hands-on math activities for families to do together, best for ages 3-9. Their site also features a parent blog and games to play at home and their app is available in English and Spanish.
BCLS now provides free access to Tumble Math. This collection of math-based digital picture books features a variety of subjects, from counting to finance. Most books are also paired with lesson plans and quizzes. This resources is ideal for Kindergarten through Fifth Grade.
View books by subject or check out Tumble Math’s full list of book titles. There are no downloads, as long as you have an internet connection, you can access the collection at anytime on your computer, Smartphone or tablet. To select a book, click on the cover and read the summary. If it appeals to you, select the blue “Read online” button to open the book. Each time you open a new book, simple instructions will appear describing how you can adjust the font, view the book’s table of contents or bookmark the page for later.
Math Playground provides a variety of online math games from arcade style to word problems. Best for First through Sixth Grade. Their playground also includes videos with cartoon explanation on terms and how to solve a specific problem.
Common Core Sheets offers downloadable and printable worksheets and answer keys. They have a wide range of subjects from multiplication to graphs. Although Common Core Sheets primarily focuses on math, the site also provides some worksheet options for Social Studies, Science and Language Arts. Best for Kindergarden throught Eighth Grade.
fun with math and some of your favorite characters from Arthur, Sesame Street and Curious George through PBSKids. Best for ages 3-6.
With Free Math Help, get access to games as well as lessons on Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus and Statistics. Users can also use a variety of digital calculators such as a factoring calculator or a graphing calculator. Lastly, they offer a message board for students to post their math questions to be answered by fellow users or a moderator.