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Family Math Websites
These websites offer support for family members who are working with their children to develop their mathematics skills.
- Ask Dr. Math
If you need an answer fast, Dr. Math is the place to turn. Sponsored by Drexel University, the site includes an extensive archive of past questions students have asked. If you can't find it there, you can always write to Dr. Math.
Elementary math teachers, specialists, mentors and coaches can find the best math resources on the web. Access quality professional development and classroom content collections, teaching resources aligned to the Common Core and NCTM standards, content sharing tools and discussion groups.
- Math.com's Help Your Kids with Math Homework
This site features an abundance of explanations for parents, along with online calculators and other tools that can help family members point their students in the right direction. This is a commercial site, but offers many free and useful resources.
- The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive Mathematics
Compiled under a grant from the National Science Foundation, this site contains a myriad of explanatory and exploratory applets children can use to help them understand basic and advanced mathematical concepts. The library of manipulatives is searchable based on math strand and age group.
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