Need help translating? Try copying (Ctrl + C) some text into the Google Translator by pasting it (Ctrl + V).
- Webmathminute.com allows you to create addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems. Students can complete the problems online or print them out to solve them on paper. The website also generates an answer key to make it easy to check for correct answers. At the Junior level, I cannot recommend this resource enough. It is perhaps the most valuable skill students can master in their years from grades 4 through 6. At the grade 4 level, we solve multiplication problems up to 9x9.
- Prodigy is an online role-playing video game featuring a turn-based combat system that requires math problems to be solved in order to progress. Your student has been given login information for our class that allows me to monitor their progress and affect the type and difficulty of the questions they see. This allows me to tie their game experience in with the topics we are covering in class. If your child does not have their login information memorized, please e-mail me at email@example.com, and I can provide it for you.
- If you have an Ottawa Public Library card, you can access TumbleMath. If you need a card, you can get a temporary card for free right here!
- mathFROG features a variety of activities and games which are all designed to progress the learning goals we address at the Junior level. Follow-up activities can also be printed once a game is completed to check how much your child has learned through their exploration.
- Mathies is a Math resource and games website developed by the province of Ontario. It is deeply connected to the exact programming we deliver in the classroom.
- Multiplication.com has a variety of entertaining games to help students master their times table. Just be sure to keep an eye on what your child is doing, as there are some games on the website that are not Math-related!
- IXL contains loads of skill-testing activities designed to develop a wide variety of mathematics skills.