Below a running list of resources available for when schools are closed and you need to continue to provide some math learning for your children. All links found online or emailed to us. If you want to add, email us, if you own one of the links and want it removed, email us also.

A 50% off on the video series MomsTeachMath use coupon code: COVID-19

90 day free offer from Dreambox

Players: 1

Ages: Pre-K through 8th grade

Cost: Free for 90 days, then a subscription fee

Math Ideas: All sorts of arithmetic and algebra, targeted to your child’s grade level.

Lesley University’s Center for Mathematics Achievement in collaboration with the Kentucky Center for Mathematics have put together this resource guide for parents and caregivers to be able to support children’s mathematics learning at home during school closures for COVID-19 outbreak.  All the suggested resources below are free, with the exception of the board games.

Scholastic has a free resource per day to do with your children. Not just math but all kind of things.

Read aloud books:

https://youtu.be/RfiS-2y0UDc  The Perfect Dog

https://youtu.be/b5IExINb-fc  Stretchy McHandsome

https://youtu.be/r3YFzAFhxEQ  Underwear

https://www.natgeokids.com/au/  National Geographic Kids, no username or password

Twinkl free for one month

To support your community, Twinkl is offering teachers access to all of our teaching resources at www.twinkl.com with a completely free one-month all-access membership.

Setting this up is easy to do. Go to www.twinkl.com/offer and enter the following offer code: USATWINKLHELPS (This code will only work for new memberships.

UNDERSTOOD gives 20 activities to keep the children busy

Magna High provides free access to their system for schools impacted by the COVID-19 stops.

Problem based lesson search engine

Math Twitter Blogo sphere search engine

A quick start guide to using Kahn Academy for distance learning

FREE math apps and virtual manipulatives from Math learning center

All digital resources from Math before bed are now free until further notice (their server may not be able to cope at times)

Math card games book free by Math Geek Mama until the end of the month March

Math resources by Lesley University Center for Mathematics achievements

GreatMinds offer the following: Starting Wednesday, March 18, we are going to share—free to anyone—recorded daily lessons in Grades K–12 of Eureka Math®, K–8 of Wit & Wisdom®, and 3–5 of PhD Science®. These lessons will be delivered by our own teachers and will be viewable on any device so that teachers and their students may use them.

Delta math with $50 for 12 month access to instructional videos.

MathFlips free flashcards with a problem on one side and another problem on the other side that guides the student to a solution

From the illustrative mathematics blog:

Free or freemium mathematical stuff

SFUSD 10 days of Math Elementary School Closure lessons

Amazing Educational Resources huge spreadsheet with resources

Fraction talks for nice images to get students talking about fractions

25 NON screen activities to do at home

Connection between the unit circle and trig functions

The social distancing game to understand the impact

From numeracy lab a page about Fraction Estimation

A great post from SaravanderWerf about circles with videos and explanations

Suggested daily schedule while schools are out

715 math worksheets from great schools: https://www.greatschools.org/gk/worksheets/?category=math-2

RESOURCES BY AGE

Pre-K through 2

  1. Highlights for Children is offering FREE printable worksheets for preschoolers to second grade! Choose from the grade levels below and click the link to download the worksheets:
    1. Pre-K ➡️ download here: http://bit.ly/3d2Badr
    2. Kindergarteners ➡️ download here: http://bit.ly/3d0CzBj
    3. 1st Graders ➡️ download here: http://bit.ly/2WhGbJb
    4. 2nd Graders ➡️ download here: http://bit.ly/2wdNM0N

Pre-K through 5

  1. Have Fun Teaching creates worksheets, activities, flashcards, and other educational resources to help teachers and parents save time when creating their children’s curriculum. They’ve created FREE Coronavirus Relief packets your children can work on and can be downloaded hereNOTE: The download is a .zip file. You must be on a computer or laptop to save it.

Pre-K through 12

  1. Scholastic is offering a “Learn at Home” website for children that can be accessed from any device. Click here to find out more about the classes offered and select the link appropriate age-range link.
  2. Learn In Color offers a variety of worksheets and study guides from all different subjects like math, social studies, science and more! Click here to browse through their site to find an option that works for your child.

Middle Schoolers

  1. No school? No problem! Whataburger and UpBrainery are partnering to provide middle schoolers with access to FREE online classes hosted by actual teachers. NOTE: Registration is FREE for the first 500 children. Click here to register.

A few games for learning multiplication & addition facts, conceptually & visually:
multiplication:
How Close to 100 and Tic-Tac-Toe Products
addition:
Tic-Tac-Toe Sums

And some always great for everyone tasks:
Ice Cream Scoop and Four 4’s

These printable directions for 40 fun card games cover skills all the way from first grade to ninth grade, so you’ll definitely find some games that fit your child’s current grade level. All you need is a deck of cards to get started. (Bethany is offering the entire set free until March 31st, so make sure to grab them before then.) 

 A good number of videos by Build Math Minds with instructions on how to teach your student various math topics.

Great content from the youcubed website:

Household supplies only:

  • Snap-it (K-2): In this activity, students use snap cubes to make sense of parts and wholes and relate that to addition and subtraction of pairs. A small handful of anything you have on hand: pennies, paper clips, etc. will work just as well as snap cubes.
  • Fewest squares (3-12): Students draw an 11×13 grid and try to find the fewest number of squares they can use to cover it without overlap or extending outside the grid. Our students have worked this question for hours at a time!

Indoor with technology / other supplies:

  • Number visuals (K-12): In this activity students color-code collections of circles as they look for patterns. They can do this directly on a tablet, or you can print them out for the whole family, pull out some crayons, and use them as dinner mats. (K) : (1-2) : (3-5) : (6-12)
  • Poly-Up (5-12): Poly-Up is an online platform that pushes students to develop computational thinking skills while helping Poly fix machines.

Outdoors:

  • Mathematical Art (K-12): We encourage students to expand this activity and discuss the maths you see in public art AND ANYWHERE! (Really anywhere! nature, architecture, street signs, etc.) Are there interesting shapes? Angles? Patterns? There is so much to see out there!

Family activities:

  • Feet under the table (K-2): While sitting around the table, ask your student to figure out how many feet are under the table without looking. If your child is up for a challenge have them figure out how many toes are under the table.
  • Emoji Graph (K-12): Students can survey their family on a topic of their choice and make a graph describing their findings. (K-2) : (3-5) : (6-8) :  (9-12)

An enormous treasure trove of LEGO options to explain every Math concept

Nothing to do with Math but a wonderful site with stories for children to listen too, free https://stories.audible.com/start-listen

Other activities (also not math related) to do at home Check out what the UK Scouts have

This simple hands-on activity requires only construction paper and scissor and will help your students to develop a deep understanding of equivalent fractions.

This short animated video lesson teaches students how to measure angles using a protractor.

Check out this collection of free printable fourth grade math worksheets and answer keys whenever your students need some extra practice with a given topic.

Are you looking for engaging multi-step 4th grade math word problems with answers to add to your upcoming lesson plans?

It’s never a bad idea to show your kids how math applies to real life!

Area Models are one of the best visual tools you can use with your kids to help them conceptually grasp how to multiply two-digit numbers.

Move over, PEMDAS…there’s a new sheriff in town!

These silly and fun math jokes and puns are perfect for adding some humor to your fourth grade classroom.