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An important component of Title I is to act as a comprehensive support program for students working below grade level in mathematics. Assistance is provided in the areas of curriculum and supplemental materials at the school's request. Data is collected to guide instruction and support and to ascertain the needs of each school.
Title I tutors at nonpublic schools receive staff development through Title I-sponsored inservices. Educational staff at facilities for neglected and delinquent youth attend workshops at their request. Computer software and hardware is provided to agencies and nonpublic schools. Knowledgeable professionals in Title I are available to assist teachers in finding resources and developing strategies to help students showing a need for help.
It is our goal to help you and your child understand and enjoy the subject of mathematics. You see, math is a very important part of life. It's everywhere! We use it to buy groceries, play games, cook or bake, wrap presents, or solve money issues. In addition, our modern world of computers and electronics requires the reasoning skills math practices develop. So join us here for fun with math. Both you and your child will see that math is understandable and helpful. Who knows, it might also end up being a lot of fun.
Make math a fun part of your birthday celebration!-- Give an educational gift the whole family will enjoy. Board games such as Sorry or Mancala, among others, reinforce math concepts while dishing out an ample dose of fun.
(Pre-K - 3rd) These cute little kittens will teach you a few things about math. This site also has a great section for math trivia.
(Pre-K-4th) Games designed to make you think and learn.
(Pre-K - adult) This site full of jigsaw puzzles! You can even do one of the United States!
(K-1st) A great site for little ones who are just being introduced to addition.
Games, Flash Cards, and Homework Help
(K-6th) A Math
This is a great site. It has flash cards, games and even homework help.
Virtual Math Lessons in both English and Spanish
This site teaches lessons in math in both English and Spanish!
Fun and Help with Money
(K-6th) This is a good site for students who are struggling with money. It deals with everything from counting money to making change.
Math Games for All Ages
(K-6th) FunBrain. This site teaches different math strategies with the use of a game. This site has topics other than math too.
(K-6th) This site is full of free downloads. There are many math games so that you can learn and play at the same time!!
Fun Math Games
(K-adult) CoolMath. This site is for kids, adults, teachers and parents. There are games for students to play, as well as tips for parents and ideas for teachers.
Fun Arcade Style Games
(K-adult) These games are fun to play and teach many problem solving skills. They are an excellent way to develop number sense, learn math facts, and many other math skills.
A Collection of Sites
(K-12th) MathMaddness. Lots of different sites so that you can do your own surfing!
(K-12th) This site provides age appropriate manipulatives and activities. These activities are based on the NCTM standards.
Simple to use Flash Cards
(1st-6th) This site is designed like the old fashioned flash cards, but more high tech. You can customize what you want to practice, and no more lost cards!!
Help By Topic
(K-8th) AAAmath. Here you can find help on just about any math topic in the K-8 curriculum.
Math Tutoring and Homework Help Online
(K-6th) Having trouble in math. Now you can get the extra help that you need, or you can work ahead. This site has many lessons for the K -6 student.
Teach Yourself: Math Lessons from Simple Arithmetic to Pre-Calculus
(1st-12th) This is a great site for the student who needs a little more explanation, or just a different view than the book or the teacher has offered. Parents can also use this site to brush up on skills to help their student with homework.
A Collection of Problem Solving Games
(3rd-adult) These problem solving games can really stimulate your brain. Then it actually gives the algebraic reasoning behind the solutions! Real math in action!
Visual Problem Solving
(3rd- adult) These are visual puzzles that really make you think. You have to pick out the one that is different. This site will really give your brain a workout.
(4th-7th) This site has a glossary of terms for the geometry student.
Mathematics Standards (NCTM)
(Parents and teachers) This site contains the NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) standards for grades Pre-K - 12.
(All ages) All games can be customized from easy to Super Brain. You also select the subject (addition, subtraction, etc.). You'll also find fun activities for estimation, geometry, money and more.