Below are a list of general math resources/websites that can be used for remediation and extension at any time! Please check them out, and practice often! (Just click the button/link to take you to the site!)
Common Core Worksheets
You can search by topic or grade, and also by standard. Yay! For each standard there are using 9 or so versions of the worksheet, and you can also create customized worksheets and ‘tests’ to practice at home. This is great for remediation, current skill practice, or extension (you can see that it goes up to 6th grade).
Another great one to search by grade or topic.
Teachers Pay Teachers
This is not just a website for teachers! :) You can create an account (it’s free!) and download free /buy resources. The resources range from worksheets, Power Points, projects, activities, notes, posters, you name it! Whenever I am in TpT, I always search by topic or standard. See my screenshot below J You will see what many things can be bought, but when you filter your selection you can click free (which I do 99% of the time..)
Red Bird is provide by Fulton County for all students. We use this frequently in the class to incorporate Personalized Learning. Red Bird assesses students where they are, and then provides lessons and practice to either fill in gaps they have, or to challenge them and extend their learning. Students log in with their lunch number (username) and birthday (password). Students use these same login credentials for many things, so they will know exactly how to do it. Then on the teacher side, I can track their progress, what lessons they are learning, and where they are having difficulty. Students also work through lessons to earm rewards like coding games (which are SO popular) and the game they earn is still having them practice the concepts. It’s great!
Learn Zillion is a database of resources created by teachers to teach math and language arts concepts. Accounts are free, and once you have an account you can search for videos and lessons, and they are always assigned to a specific standard. We watch these frequently in class for mini lessons because they are always a quick, direct instruction of a standard.
Study Jams by Scholastic
Study Jams provides awesome science and math videos that are fun for the kids to watch and they also include practice problems and quizzes, as well as vocabulary. This is a favorite of students!
Another favorite that provides videos on any topic! The kiddos love it!
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Any book retailer will have workbooks for students assigned by grades. I have had the most success though at Costo, and I have bought some fabulous workbooks that align to our content, plus they are cheaper (5.99 – 7.99) a book.
Searching a standard or topic in Google will always produce lots of results, from worksheets to video lessons.
IXL will be coming back, so have no fear! J Ms. Bercher has just finalized a licensing agreement for this school year, however the ‘payment’ portion is still occurring, but once we have passed that step I will send you all an email that we are good to go! I will also give the kiddos their usernames and password (for returning NPE kids it should stay the same as previous years). I will send an update email as soon as Ms. Bercher gives us the go ahead J
Math Live: Video Clips and Resource Sheets
Math E-Labs: (Goes up to grade 6). They include corresponding recording sheets.
K-5 Math Teaching Resources: A personal favorite of mine! Search by grade and topic!