TOP 5 MATH WEBSITES FOR STUDENTS


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This article is written by Fitz.

In this modern age, studying mathematics is a lot easier and comfortable with the help of the internet. Several websites have provided mathematical resources in text, video, and interactive applications so that students are not limited with just reading. Some websites also have downloadable worksheets and online quizzes for assessment purposes.

My criteria on choosing the top math websites are based on the following:

  • presentation
  • accessibility
  • content quality
  • variety

Here are some of the math websites which I find are the most helpful in studying math:

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The Khan Academy website has very good graphics. It contains articles, online tests, and video lessons. A search tab is provided to find for the subjects, skills, and videos desired. In order to load the images and play the videos properly, a stable internet connection is required.

Lessons are arranged by subject. An interactive quiz is provided for each lesson and serves as a task that needs to be completed. In these tests, you may use hints and a video lesson to help you understand the topic covered by the questions. Once you successfully completed a task, you are automatically directed to the next significant task.

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The Math Is Fun website has a neat presentation. It contains lessons, printable worksheets, puzzles, games, and activities. It also has a dictionary of mathematical terms.

Lessons are arranged into two: (1) by level and (2) by subject. Lessons by subject are found in each tab in the homepage while lessons by level are found after clicking the Index button. Lessons are detailed but easy to comprehend.

Subjects are:

  • Numbers
  • Algebra
  • Geometry
  • Data
  • Measurement
  • Money (for Pre-K to Grade 9)
  • Calculus (for Grade 10 and up)

Levels are divided into:

  • Pre-K to Grade 2
  • Grade 3 to 6
  • Grade 7 to 9
  • Grade 10 and up

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As the name implies, the Purplemath website uses mostly purple especially on the borders and highlights. The website focuses on Algebra only.

Lessons are found in the Index located at the top right of the homepage. Discussions are very detailed and examples are provided as well as illustrations.

Though it does not have quizzes and worksheets to provide, the website gives a link to websites such as Math Is Fun, IXL Learning, and Kuta Software which have algebra worksheets.

 

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The AAA Math website has a very simple presentation. It contains lessons and unlimited interactive practice tests. The website provides lessons from kindergarten up to 8th grade.

Lessons are arranged into two: (1) by level and (2) by subject. Lessons by level are found in the upper tabs of the homepage while lessons by subject are found at the right side of the homepage.

Lessons are brief but understandable.

The website sorted 25 subjects namely:

  • Addition
  • Algebra
  • Comparing
  • Counting
  • Decimals
  • Division
  • Equations
  • Estimation
  • Exponents
  • Fractions
  • Geometry
  • Graphs
  • Measurement
  • Mental Math
  • Money
  • Multiplication
  • Naming Numbers
  • Patterns
  • Percent
  • Place Value
  • Practical Math
  • Properties
  • Ratios
  • Statistics
  • Subtraction

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The iPractice Math website has a formal presentation. It contains lessons, worksheets, and online practice tests.

The lessons are detailed and have figures and illustrations as well. Examples are also provided at the end of each topic. Links to the worksheets for the lesson are found at the right side of the page.

Worksheets are free and printable. They are based on the common core curriculum. They are either fill in the blanks or multiple choice questions. It can also be solved online and evaluated once done.

Practice tests are taken online and the answer is evaluated immediately. A certificate is given but a sign-up is required in order to claim it.

Fitz is associated with iPracticeMath.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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