Are you looking for some places to have your child learn math? These sites can provide some supplemental math or could be the basis for your child’s education! Check out our online English Language Arts and Writing Programs too!
Part of Readingeggs.com, this is good for kids 3-9 years old. It can be used on a tablet or computer, and has a free trial. Always look for coupon codes too.
Khan academy is one of the most known, free programs online. It is run by donations. There are some interactive parts but there are many videos as well.
Currently (as of 2020, they offer Math and coding classes 2 times and week and ELA classes once a week and have a placement test). These are a live classes. They have classes Grade 1-Calculus.
Elementary through college, offering alegebra, geometry, Chess and AP calculus. Grades 3-12. Some are individually based and some are session based (semester).
Online videos for learning the basics of math. Great for another explanation of information. It is interactive, but it is better for a review. Free.
Fun games learning games for the 1st grade-third grade crowd. There is math, science, adventures, arcade, animals and stories. There is a free trial that doesn’t require a credit card for sign up. However, it does require a Google Chrome extension on the browser.
From Prek-Calculus. Interactive and has timing limits as well if you want. Is better for a review than teaching items. Has links to Skill plans and books to show you how to learn the items. IXL has Math, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, and Spanish
Similar to Reading Eggs, Adventure Academy serves a little bit older children ages 8-13 and goes over Multiplication, division, geometry, fractions and word problem. It also has a reading and spelling component.
Math and spelling available. No credit card required for the free month trial. There are Printable Worksheets, activities and more. Uses common core. Interactive program is ok, but you have to press “show animation” for the program if you want it to be fun for the kids. It’s a little clunky.
Fun games for kids. The theme is “monsters teach you math”. I think the theme is goo for kids 1st-4th grade, but it goes up to 8th grade. I think 8th grades would think this is babyish. You get a free month but it requires a credit card to sign up.
Requires a credit card to sign up and has kindergarten through fifth grade math. Common core and on common core.
Do you have a favorite online math program not listed here? Tell us about it!