These free websites have tools and information for every learner:
1. For Younger Kids. Each evening, Bedtime Math e-mails a quick, fun, math-centered bedtime story to parents of preschoolers through elementary school. Talking about math every day is the best way to develop number sense and math literacy.
2. For Math Teachers. Stanford University’s YouCubed project shares the latest research in math education plus lots of interesting and fun ways to incorporate these ideas into any classroom.
3. For Math Students of All Ages. Use XtraMath to make sure students are fluent in basic math facts (you’d be amazed at how many high-schoolers still aren’t solid on their multiplication tables).
4. For Parents of Kids With Learning Issues. Understood is full of articles, videos and resources on dxslexia, ADHD, and other learning challenges.
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