Below is a list of Great Math websites you can use at home.
**There are some that are free and may have public ads.**
Prodigy is an interactive math game in which students can interact with one another in an online world while practicing various mathematical concepts. Parents can sign up as well and stay connected to their student's learning. All students in fourth grade have been signed up for this game and have their own username and password to be able to play. There is also an "app" that you can download for free to use this on an various devices.
Use Jefferson Lab "SOL pass" to review for SOL tests. There are lots of math practice questions! Just pick your grade, Math, and how many questions you want on your practice quiz.
Do not enter an email or password at the login screen! Click on your class and enter your user name and password. (student lunch number for both)
Dreambox Learning is an interactive, adaptive math program which helps students deepen their conceptual understanding of mathematics as they progress at their own pace.
Study Jams is sponsored by Scholastic. This is the link for Math, but there is also a link for Science.
Try this Calculation Nation game which is just like the Multiplication Tic-Tac-Toe game we played in class! The only difference is that you are playing against the computer. Try your best strategies to win against the computer!
Try these challenging math problems to sharpen your problem solving skills.
Cool Math has something for everyone! Games, activities, and even lessons for those topics (like long division) where you might need extra practice.
Play fun games, solve word problems, practice using manipulatives, and much more on this great website! You can even create and print your own flashcards. Try "Thinking Blocks" to improve your problem solving skills.
This is the National Library of Virtual Manipulatives website and offers students the opportunity to explore online versions of manipulatives such as Base 10 blocks, pattern blocks, tangrams, and more. There are activities listed by grade level. This is a great site for parents to explore with their student.
This fun site contains lots of great reading, math, and spelling games!
Choose your grade level to play fun games to practice and sharpen math skills learned in class. Great resource!
Practice math skills you need in 4th grade while playing fun games.
KENKEN puzzles can be as challenging as you want them to be. Similar to Sudoku, but you decide on the size of the puzzle and how many numbers to use. Be sure to read the "How to Play" directions because it can be a little tricky at first.
Continue to practice your math facts on Reflex Math at home.