## Math Resources

Interactive websites for every subject and grade level. This is an awesome site with numerous activities! Take some time to look through it and see what you can use!

__Mr. Wolfe's Math__has games for all different concepts in math

Sheppard Software has several interactive games for all concepts.

IXL has math and reading activities for K-12 students. You have to pay to use the website, but they do give you a certain number of free activities without an account. You can sign up individually as a class or as a whole school. My students really enjoyed using IXL and it breaks everything down by standards for you.

**Prodigy-**is a RPG game based math program. With Prodigy, learning is a whole classroom experience. Unlike other websites (e.g., coolmathgames, coolmath, or multiplication.com), students can play and learn through an ever-expanding world with their friends. Their progress is automatically saved, so students will run home at night to continue playing with their classmates!

Fraction Calculator - This page hosts a fraction calculator that can perform addition, subtraction multiplication or division of two fractions. The values for the calculation can be simple or mixed fractions, or consist of only wholes.

Percentage Calculator - This online percentage calculator shows how a percentage is represented as a fraction of a number. To find a percentage of a number out of a total, simply enter the values in left side of the calculator with the partial number as the numerator (the value on the top) and the total as the value on the bottom (the denominator). The calculator will calculate percentage value numerically, and show you the same value as represented visually.

Create a Graph contains five different graph and chart styles and includes detailed instructions and the ability to save the created graph. When completed, the graph can be printed, downloaded, or emailed.

This is a website created by several districts to give teachers interactive games to play in the classroom. There are games and activities for every subject and every age level and they are all listed by TEKS!

TurtleDiary.com has lessons, games and activities for different grade levels and almost any concept. This link will take you right to the math resources page.

ABCya has games for grades K-5. There are numerous math and reading games along with some holiday and other types of games. Take some time to discover what they have!

**AAA Math**features a comprehensive set of

**thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons for grades K-8**

Cyberbee has some great math activities for all different math concepts. There are games that you can play as a class or individually. They give you step by step instructions to complete each activity so the students learn about the concept and then practice it.

Cookie.com has games for Pre K and Kinder age students. This link takes you right to the math resources.

Kinderweb has several math games for Kinder age students to play dealing with shapes, money, time, and many more! Could be used as a class or individually.

Cool Math has a lot of fun games. Not all of them are necessarily math games, rather just brain teasers. There are some great actual math games though as well.

Requires a membership, but has a lot of great math games.

Knowledge adventure has a lot of games for each subject and different age ranges.