AplusMath lets students create their own flashcards from addition to square roots using the Flashcard Creator. Students can go into the Game Room and play exciting games like Matho and Hidden Picture. You can even upload the Matho app to your android phone, iPhone/iPod Touch! AplusMath has practice worksheets that can be printed out for added practice and a Homework Helper link.
At AAAMath students can browse through 25 different math subjects, such as fractions, counting, geometry, mental math, and place value. Students can practice at their own skill level from Pre-K through 8th grade. As students practice, they receive immediate feedback to prevent learning incorrect methods.
IXL.com has 100s of math skills from Pre-K through 8th grade that students can access immediately. Under construction are advanced topics for 9th-12th grades, such as trigonometry, pre-calculus, and algebra. Please be aware that this site lists state standards for all 50 states plus D.C. The state standards for Kentucky were revamped and implemented in the 2011-2012 school year. To get more information on Kentucky's state math standards, go to the following link and in the search box type Common Core State Standards.
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This site has algebra (e.g., radicals, polynomials, factoring polynomials, division of polynomials, lines, solving quadratics), pre-algebra (e.g., factors and primes, intro to fractions, decimals, percents, exponents, order of operations), pre-calculus (e.g., slopes of lines, horizontal, vertical, & tangent lines, absolute values, sideways parabolas) descriptive explanations and practice for many skills in these three math subjects. You can find math games here, too.