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Parent resources to help your child succeed in Math!
Practice Computational Fluency
Help your child study his/her vocabulary throughout the chapter, and the vocabulary section of the chapter test should be a breeze!
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connectEd - This is the online resource for My Math. Your child has a username and password. The video embedded above and linked in the previous section is a short video explaining how to get the most out of this resource.
Free video lessons on many math topics from basic arithmetic to beginning algebra. Use the tabs across the top of the page to select the broad topic, and then click on a specific video.
Log in with your Delran Google log in. Under Subjects, and Math by Subject, you can click on your course to find video lessons and practice problems for a variety of skills.
Internet4Classrooms - provides links to free online resources for Pre-K - 8, grouped by grade level and skill. Hover over the appropriate grade level on the left, then go to "Skill Builders," then "Mathematics."
NCTM Illuminations Virtual Manipulatives - this site is sponsored by the national Council of Teachers of Math, and it contains lots of free interactive applets that allow students K-12 to model and explore various mathematical concepts. Use the search bar on the right of the screen to check off the boxes for "Interactives" and the appropriate grade levels. You can further narrow your search by clicking on specific topics.
Guides to Math Apps by Level:
Print Resources for Parents
Washington Post article about how adult attitudes about math affect our kids: "Stop telling kids you're bad at math. You're spreading math anxiety like a virus."
NY Times article - "5 Ways To Help Your Kid Not Stink At Math"
List - Supporting Student Mathematics Learning at Home from the book Balancing the Equation by Larson & Kanold
Book - Help Your Kids With Math - this DK book is a one-stop resource for parents. It contains brief, clear explanations and illustrations of basic mathematical concepts from numbers through basic algebra and geometry.
Check out the wonderful things going on in K-12 math on Twitter @DelranMath