Ok, so now on to business! This week, we are sharing our favorite websites that are our "go-to sources" for math. It can be to show what the kids use, or for you as a resource! I'm going to share one of both!
First, my site for teachers:
The online activities are great for the kiddos to access, too! You can find them through the lessons or you can just go to them by clicking "Activities" at the top left of the page. I found this one recently that I REALLY wish I had used during our division unit when I taught partial quotients:
My site for students that I LOVE and the kids totally ADORE is Education City. Unfortunately, this is not a free site, but we are lucky enough to have a subscription for it. If you don't have it at your school, it is definitely worth it! The program's animations are so amazing, which is why the kiddos love it. They stay so engaged the whole time, they think they are just playing a fun game. But... muahahaha! <evil laugh> They are learning!!!!
There are so many more sites I could share honestly, but this post is long enough, and I know you all have amazing sites to share too! :o) So what are your favorite go-to math sites? Link up below! Don't forget to grab my (NEW!) button and link back to this post from your blog post!