News You Can Use!
You can find additional information, along with ideas and
activities to support and encourage your child’s mathematical thinking on
internet sites such as these.
This site features a booklet, Helping Your Child Learn Math, from the U.S. Dept of Education.
This booklet presents a number of activities for families to try at home that
will engage children in learning a variety of math concepts and skills.
This site from the National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics offers resources to help families learn how to support their
children in math. Strategies to help with homework, tips on how to promote
success in math class, and information on how math is taught differently today.
Fun Websites For Kids and You
This website includes 17 math games based on soccer, car
racing and much more. Other games include Math
Baseball, where a child can score runs with correct answers and Measure It! where students can practice
their measuring skills.
This site is an amusement park for math. There are lots of
activities for children to explore and many interesting problems to solve.
Fun is your online source for arts & crafts, recipes, and parties
for every occasion. Get expert tips for activities and crafts on this website.
This website has thousands of printables for you to use
with your child in every subject in school—and it’s all free!
DLTK's Crafts for Kids features a variety of fun,
printable children's crafts, coloring pages and more including projects for
holidays, educational themes and some of our children's favorite cartoon
FunBrain is the #1 site for online educational games for kids of all ages.
(math, grammar, science, spelling, history)
Part game show, part reality TV, and part spoof, FETCH! Features real kids, real challenges, real science, and
an unreal host named Ruff Ruffman
Good Luck and Happy
(Adult Supervision Required)