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Math Practice

Math Practice Websites
MAPS Skills Practice
This is a website where students can practice problems at their level based on the results of their MAP test.  You can ask your child’s teacher what their last MAP score was.
Cool Math 4 Kids
This is a math website that is an amusement park of math, games, and more!
Math FROG (Free Resources and Online Games)
This site covers topics for grade 4-6.  It has two components.  One is a worksheet to print and the other is a game that’s based on the worksheet.  I strongly recommend you watch the Introduction Video (just under 5 minutes) to get a full understanding of how to access all the resources.
Khan Academy
This site allows students to choose any are of need—they can watch a video and complete practice problems.  This is mainly for middle school and high school math topics.  Parents should keep this site to learn or get a refresher for themselves as your child progresses to higher levels of math.
Math Playground
This site has math games, math word problems & math practice by (grade level).  The cost is $9.95 a month, but you can keep getting unlimited free 30 day trials, and many of the worksheets are free.
IXL (I excel!)
This website contains practice for both math and language arts.  This site is used by many parents who homeschool.  The premimum subscription is $9.95 a month, but there are many free resources as well.
This is a great website with many timed practice sets.  It allows you to compete with other students from around the world.  The website is totally free, by signing up or joining it allows you to compete with other kids.
Free Rice
This site has many different topics in various subjects to practice.  As you answer questions correctly, your earn rice for the bowl (every 100 grains of rice is 1 full bowl)—this organization actually donates rice to third world countries (through the United Nations World Food Program) based on the number of correct answers you get!  Again, it’s a totally free site, but if you sign-up the site keeps track of your total and allows you to join different groups.  Try not to get too distracted by all the advertisements!
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