The links below were sifted out of a myriad of sites on the web. These sites are not required in, endorsed by, or managed under Fairfield Public Schools elementary math work, nor are they the only sites available. They are purely a sampling provided as one of the many resources parents can avail themselves. Click on the picture to take you to the site where you can acquire the app which may be free or require a fee.

Free Math Apps

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Marvelous Math Websites It can be difficult for parents to keep math on the front burner, especially when it is hard to know exactly what their child should be learning. Here are some of the best websites to help your child maintain their math learning and have fun at the same time!

Created by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, this site helps families enjoy mathematics outside school through a series of fun and engaging challenges.

Math Cats provides playful explorations of important math concepts through games, crafts and interactive projects. It includes a magic chalkboard and an art gallery.

This website is for parents, students, and teachers. It is complete with lessons, activities and games on numbers, geometry, measurement, algebra, etc.

This site includes 17 original games based on soccer, car racing and much more! Other games include Math Baseball where children can score runs with correct answers, and Operation Order where students can build pyramids with their knowledge of algebra!

This resource offers printable math worksheets AND answer keys on topics including addition/subtraction, multiplication/division, fractions, decimals and more.

This program presents a “bedtime math problem” each night, designed to challenge your child to think critically about how to solve math problems. It provides parents with hints about how to help your child think through the problem (without just telling them the answer).

This site has a list of children's books that can be used to teach every type of math concept. All you have to do is go to the website and click on the link to Children's Math Literature and you have another link to support budding math concepts.

This site is aligned to the Common Core State Standards. It is designed to increase interest in math through the use of interactive games that specifically target the areas students should understand and be able to do at each grade level. In addition, Mental mathematics is a component of the Common Core Mathematical Practices and XP Math Games makes it easy to support its development.

Kahn Academy is a free, not for profit site that allows students of any age to sign up and take math pretests, then practice and level up their math skills whenever they wish! One may choose from thousands of lessons to learn something new. Then on their profiles, students can select avatars and show off their badges. Parental help is advised to navigate the login process.

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The links below were sifted out of a myriad of sites on the web. These sites are not required in, endorsed by, or managed under Fairfield Public Schools elementary math work, nor are they the only sites available. They are purely a sampling provided as one of the many resources parents can avail themselves. Click on the picture to take you to the site where you can acquire the app which may be free or require a fee.

## Free Math Apps

## Paid Math Apps

Marvelous Math WebsitesIt can be difficult for parents to keep math on the front burner, especially when it is hard to know exactly what their child should be learning. Here are some of the best websites to help your child maintain their math learning and have fun at the same time!

- www.AAAmath.com

Customized by grade level and topic, AAA Math features explanations of variousmathematical topics, practice problems and fun, challenging games.

- www.figurethis.org

Created by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, this site helps families enjoy mathematics outside school through a series of fun and engaging challenges.- www.mathcats.com

Math Cats provides playful explorations of important math concepts through games, crafts and interactive projects. It includes a magic chalkboard and an art gallery.- www.mathisfun.com

This website is for parents, students, and teachers. It is complete with lessons, activities and games on numbers, geometry, measurement, algebra, etc.- www.funbrain.com/brain/MathBrain/MathBrain.html

This site includes 17 original games based on soccer, car racing and much more! Other games include Math Baseball where children can score runs with correct answers, and Operation Order where students can build pyramids with their knowledge of algebra!- www.math-drills.com

This resource offers printable math worksheets AND answer keys on topics including addition/subtraction, multiplication/division, fractions, decimals and more.- www.xtramath.org

This is a free web program that teaches addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts which are critical to success in math.- www.bedtimemath.org

This program presents a “bedtime math problem” each night, designed to challenge your child to think critically about how to solve math problems. It provides parents with hints about how to help your child think through the problem (without just telling them the answer).- http://letsreadmath.com/math-and-childrens-literature

This site has a list of children's books that can be used to teach every type of math concept. All you have to do is go to the website and click on the link to Children's Math Literature and you have another link to support budding math concepts.- http://www.fun4thebrain.com

This site has many games based on various math topics designed for every grade level.- http://www.ixl.com

This is a site that has many online practice skills listed according to grade level.- http://www.aplusmath.com

Designed to help students improve their math skills interactively, this site includes games, flash cards, and a homework helper.- http://www.xpmath.com/

This site is aligned to theCommon Core State Standards. It is designed to increase interest in math through the use of interactive games that specifically target the areas students should understand and be able to do at each grade level. In addition, Mental mathematics is a component of theCommon Core Mathematical Practicesand XP Math Games makes it easy to support its development.- http://www.khanacademy.org/

Kahn Academy is a free, not for profit site that allows students of any age to sign up and take math pretests, then practice and level up their math skills whenever they wish! One may choose from thousands of lessons to learn something new. Then on their profiles, students can select avatars and show off their badges. Parental help is advised to navigate the login process.Top of Page