Math Resources

Notes handed out in class: 

Rounding Multi-digit Numbers 

Place Value I 

Expanded Form 



Web Resources: 

Basic Facts Practice 

You choose the basic facts you are working on and how much time you want to do them in.


Khan Academy 

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 Basic Fact Flashcards 

 You choose the level of difficulty and which operation to work on. This website as additional resources as well.


 Multiplication Games 

 This website has a variety of games all focused on learning basic multiplication facts. There will surely be one game you will like.


Virtual Math Manipulatives 

This site has amazing virtual manipulatives for instruction.  You can select the grade, a background, workmat or gameboard and a variety of different manipulatives.  The teddy bear counters are my favorite and they sit in a ten frame boat! 

Basic Blocks for Subtraction This is an online virtual manipulative in which students subtract 2-digit number ending in zero. 


Base Blocks for Addition    

This National Library of Virtual Manipulatives resource models addition of whole numbers using base ten blocks and the standard algorithm. 


Learn Zillion Math Videos offers a free and growing set of Math and English Language resources for grades 2-12 that have been developed by expert teachers directly from the Common Core State Standards.


Math Games

Mission 2110 Addition & Subtraction 

Add and subtract your way across the Hexafield in this Mission 2110 game. Looking for the old Addition or Subtraction activities? Play them at BBC Teachers. 








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