**MATH tools & Resources**

-3 Act Math: math problems presented using 3 different situations/acts. Google Sheets resource of 3 Act math activities is provided.

-CreateAGraph: choose from five different graphs and charts to consider for use in communicating information visually.

-Get the Math: Free website through PBS that uses video games, music, fashion, sports, restaurants, and special effects to teach math concepts. Targeted for teenagers and has some great challenges, videos, and resources. It also includes resources for teachers.

-Illuminations: Resources for teaching math - lessons and interactives.

-Math Pickle: Math challenges, puzzling games, videos, etc.

-Math Open Reference: resources for teachers to use with students to teach math.

-NextLesson: This site offers some great real world/project based lessons for applying math skills - you can choose the grade-level and whether you want free or pay lessons. There are some awesome math application lessons!

-Open Middle: provides examples of DOK 2 and DOK 3 math problems.

-Phet: Interactive simulations for science and math.

-Radix Endeavor: multiplayer game for STEM learning. Students are players and play in the math or science strand. Teachers can enroll classes, but enrollment isn’t necessary for students to play – it’s a free online role-playing math game created by MIT.

-Virtual Nerd: Math videos through Algebra 2 that you can use for instruction or to “flip the classroom”

-XtraMath: dedicated to math achievement for all using effective, efficient, adaptive, and intrinsically rewarding supplemental math activities.

-YouCubed: math activities, research-based teaching strategies, and an online course for teachers.

-YouTube Math: full length lessons with multiple examples covering topics from Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, PreCalculus, Calculus, and Statistics.

-Number pieces

-Geogebra Math Apps

-Mathigon

-Number Line, by The Math Learning Center

-Fraction Wall, by Visnos

-Fraction Puzzle Game

-Number Balance

-CreateAGraph: choose from five different graphs and charts to consider for use in communicating information visually.

-Get the Math: Free website through PBS that uses video games, music, fashion, sports, restaurants, and special effects to teach math concepts. Targeted for teenagers and has some great challenges, videos, and resources. It also includes resources for teachers.

-Illuminations: Resources for teaching math - lessons and interactives.

-Math Pickle: Math challenges, puzzling games, videos, etc.

-Math Open Reference: resources for teachers to use with students to teach math.

-NextLesson: This site offers some great real world/project based lessons for applying math skills - you can choose the grade-level and whether you want free or pay lessons. There are some awesome math application lessons!

-Open Middle: provides examples of DOK 2 and DOK 3 math problems.

-Phet: Interactive simulations for science and math.

-Radix Endeavor: multiplayer game for STEM learning. Students are players and play in the math or science strand. Teachers can enroll classes, but enrollment isn’t necessary for students to play – it’s a free online role-playing math game created by MIT.

-Virtual Nerd: Math videos through Algebra 2 that you can use for instruction or to “flip the classroom”

-XtraMath: dedicated to math achievement for all using effective, efficient, adaptive, and intrinsically rewarding supplemental math activities.

-YouCubed: math activities, research-based teaching strategies, and an online course for teachers.

-YouTube Math: full length lessons with multiple examples covering topics from Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, PreCalculus, Calculus, and Statistics.

**Virtual Manipulatives**-Number pieces

-Geogebra Math Apps

-Mathigon

-Number Line, by The Math Learning Center

-Fraction Wall, by Visnos

-Fraction Puzzle Game

-Number Balance

**Don't forget to check out EdReady for free math and ACT tutoring! Contact Susan Quinn (susan_quinn@gfps.k12.mt.us) for more information!**