Elementary Math

K5 Learning

Online reading, math, and spelling curriculum for elementary ages. Includes interactive lessons, assessments, progress tracking, and reports for parents. There are also free worksheets and some printable workbooks available for purchase.

A+ Interactive Math

A very affordable online math curriculum. Interactive lessons with online practice and tests, plus printable worksheets, and progress tracking. There are placement tests available, and you can purchase a single year or access to the entire program with the ability to change individual student placement at any time. Looks like a very flexible and comprehensive program.

Doodle Maths

A supplemental math app available on all platforms. The program adapts to a child's responses and provides practice where needed. The is also a parent app that tracks progress and allows you to change the program manually. Reasonably priced, and available through Homeschool Buyers Co-op.

Common Core Sheets

Printable worksheets aligned to common core standards. The content is mostly math, but there are also a few social studies, science, and language arts sheets. Find what you need by grade level or concept, and choose premade sheets or generate new ones. Each sheet comes with an answer key and most can be used online or printed.

ST Math

This online math curriculum emphasizes conceptual understanding through visual instruction. The program includes differentiated instruction and progress tracking. A bit pricey, but available through Homeschool Buyers Co-op at a substantial discount.

YouCubed

This is a wonderful website from Stanford Math Education Professor Jo Boaler. The site has many inspiring articles and videos about a new approach to math teaching and learning. There is a free online course to help students think differently about math. She is also in the process of writing a K-8 math curriculum that follows her revolutionary approach. You can try out many of the tasks and activities on the website. The curriculum looks great, but the best thing about this resource is the potential for both students and parents/teachers to develop a great mindset about math.

The Measured Mom

This blog comes from a former teacher, now stay-at-home mom. She concentrates mostly on pre-reading and literacy topics, but also has some math and science ideas. There are a lot of free printables, and a shop with reasonably priced materials. 

Learn Math Fast

This math system covers grades 1 through 12 and is focused on helping students develop good "mental math" habits. It looks like the sort of program that will work very well for some students, but not others. It is reasonably priced, and there are some sample pages available for you to try.

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