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MATHCOUNTS provides many free problem sets, videos, lesson plans and activities that can complement in-person and online learning. We've categorized some of the best resources for several middle school math topics:
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Faster Arithmetic Models
Using the commutative, associative and distributive properties, Mathletes will arrange arithmetic problems in a different order that allows them to be solved more readily.
Order of Operations and Defining New Rules
After refreshing Mathletes on the order of operations, the video will then focus on how to solve problems where an unfamiliar symbol is defined to be a new type of operations that follows given rules.
The Multiplication Game
National math club game.
In The Multiplication Game players take turns chosing factors to obtain a product on the game board. The first player to four squares in a row wins. The game can be used to practice multiplication tables and factor pairs as well as to discuss prime and composite numbers.
In a heads up style game, students use inverse operations to guess the card on their forehead. They may or may not realize they are doing algebra! Register for the free National Math Club to access this game and dozens of others!
National math club exploration.
Operations with fractions are often hard for students to conceptualize. With this exploration's dry erase maze boards and four basic arithmetic operations, Mathletes can begin to uncover the secrets of fractions by finding a path that results in the least value or the greatest value. Register for the free National Math Club to access this activity and dozens of others!
Help students improve their basic arithmetic skills by competing in a club counting bee. Given a starting number and counting number, see how far students can count in 15 seconds! Register for the free National Math Club to access this game and dozens of others!
Counting Shapes in a Complex Figure
This plan will help Mathletes to develop a strategic approach to counting the occurrences of a certain shape in a more complex figure made of multiple intersecting lines.
Counting Paths Along a Grid
Explore combinatorics by looking at a common type of MATHCOUNTS counting problem – counting paths between two points. End with an extension that connects counting paths to another type of combinatoric problem.
The Fundamental Counting Principle
This plan will introduce students to The Fundamental Counting Principle – a faster method to determining the total number of possible outcomes of an event without listing them all out!
This video focuses on using diagrams and organized lists to ensure that each possible outcome is counted once, and only once.
Moving beyond the fundamental counting principle, students will be introduced to the difference between combinations and permutations, and presented with multiple methods for solving these types of problems.
Counting & Combinatorics Stretch
Two sets of ten practice problems from the 2002-2003 and 2015-2016 MATHCOUNTS School Handbook that cover basic counting including some number sense, shapes and paths.
Students will apply divisibility rules of various integers to simplify computation, better understand number composition and aid in problem solving. In the extension, Mathletes can prove why each of these rules work!
Least Common Multiple
Calculating the least common multiple is something many students are asked to do, but in this plan they will use their understanding of the least common multiple to stretch themselves to solve more complex problems.
In the Marble Challenge students will take turns removing marbles with the goal of not taking the last marble. This game encourages students to notice patterns in the numbers and can even be used to introduce modular arithmetic. Register for the free National Math Club to access this game and dozens of others!
Using increasingly popular KenKen® puzzles, Mathletes will use teamwork, number sense and logic skills to solve challenges. Register for the free National Math Club to access this activity and dozens of others!
Strategic Guessing Using Divisibility Rules
Often in MATHCOUNTS you find yourself with a unique problem you don't already have a prescribed method for solving. This mini gives examples of such problems that can be solved with a little logic, number sense and understanding of divisibility rules.
Number Sense Stretches
In these number sense stretches, there are three problem sets (10 problems each) from old MATHCOUNTS School Handbooks that covers number sense topics such as factoring and divisibility. These are great additional practice in after trying the Practice Plans and MATHCOUNTS Minis.
You Don't Have to Solve for x!
Often the immediate reaction when Mathletes see an algebraic equation is to solve for the unknown but depending on what you are looking for it might be easier to manipulate the equation without solving it.
This exploration is a great way to practice translating word problems into algebraic equations and to develop understanding of the concept of inverse operations. Mathletes will be amazed at first by what appears to be magic, but they will come to understand that the tricks can be explained using algebra. Mathletes can come up with their own magic examples to impress their friends and families and become true mathemagicians! Register for the free National Math Club to access this activity and dozens of others!
This exploration lets Mathletes manipulate functions in order to explore and better understand translating, stretching, compressing and other transformations of functions. Through the Desmos platform, with the added twist of similarity to the board game Battleship, Mathletes can graph functions and see the effects of changing coefficients and exponents and adding and subtracting integers. Register for the free National Math Club to access this activity and dozens of others!
In a heads up style game, students use inverse operations to guess the card on their forehead. They may or may not realize they are doing algebra! Register for the free National Math Club to access this game and dozens of others!
Algebraic Equations from Word Problems
These problems and video focus on translanting the information in word problems into representative algebraic equations.
Seeing Symmetry in Systems of Equations
When dealing with systems of equations, if you are able to recognize symmetry between the equations, you can simplify the steps to a solution. This Mini will look at some problems and demonstrate how to find and use the symmetry to your advantage.
Special Right Triangles
Mathletes will become familiar with properties of 45-45-90 and 30-60-90 triangles. In this plan, the relationships between the sides of these two special right triangles will be derived. Then, Mathletes will apply these to solve for unknown lengths in geometric figures.
From special right triangles to Pythagorean Triples, this video shows how to use properties of right triangles to solve problems.
This exploration gives Mathletes a brief introduction of the Pythagorean Theorem, then guides them through what we call Proofigami. This fun exploration will feel a lot like origami, but will provide Mathletes with a better understanding of the Pythagorean Theorem and gives club leaders a visual and tactile tool that makes explaining this proof easier. Register for the free National Math Club to access this activity and dozens of others!
30-60-90 Right Triangles
This MATHCOUNTS Mini will look at ways to use known ratios of 30-60-90 triangles to help solve more complex geometric problems.
Right Triangles Stretch
Practice solving problems by using the Pythagorean Theorem, recognizing Pythagorean triples and applying properties of special right triangles.
Trapezoids and Triangles
This video explores how we can decompose a figure into trapezoids and triangles to determine its area. The problems associated with this mini will help students determine when and how to apply their right triangle knowledge to solve more complex geometry problems.
More Than One Way to Solve a Problem
This video demonstrates multiple problem-solving strategies and emphasizes the importance of solving problems in more than one way to verify that you've solved a problem correctly.
Even More Than One Way to Solve a Problem
This video reinforces the concept of solving a problem multiple ways to validate your answer.
Fun Problem-Solving Techniques
National math club problem set.
Being able to take multiple different approaches to solve problems is an invaluable skill. In this problem set, students will look at four techniques - creating a model, acting out a situation, drawing a picture and making a list.
Chances are students are familiar with tic-tac-toe, but these rule variants on the traditional version will challenge students to rethink their strategy. Use this game to talk about symmetry, logic and proof writing.
Draw a Picture
This video explores how to solve problems by drawing a picture to organize the given information.
Make a Sketch
This video demonstrates how making a sketch of a given scenario can be a useful strategy when solving problems.
Recognizing Squares and Solving a Simpler Problem
This video focuses on recognizing squares and using them to solve a simpler problem.
Using the Difference of Squares to Solve Problems
This video explores how to use the difference of squares to solve problems and why this method works.
Systems of Equations Stretch
Apply the difference of squares formula in order to solve problems involving systems of equations.
Difference of Squares
An important formula to know, the difference of squares identity is derived geometrically in the video for this problem set. Mathletes will then try to recognize the difference of squares structure in various expressions and use the identity to find the value.
Perfect Squares/Using a Simpler Case to Solve a Problem
This video demonstrates how to use perfect squares to find a simpler case to help solve a problem.
This video demonstrates how to solve problems using the difference of squares.
Similar Triangles and Proportional Reasoning
This video shows how to identify and use similar triangles to solve geometry problems
Using Similarity to Solve Geometry Problems
This video explores how to apply properties of similar triangles in solving problems about two-dimensional and three-dimensional figures.
Similarity and Proportional Reasoning Stretches
Practice with the concept of similarity by answering questions about similar figures, and see how similarity relates to proportional reasoning and geometric transformations.
This video demonstrates how to use similarity and proportional reasoning to solve difficult geometry problems.
Similarity and Proportional Reasoning
Sometimes it is necessary to create the similar triangles you'll need in order to solve a problem. This video shows how to look at and build on given diagrams to create similar figures.
This video explores how to use parallel lines and angles to identify similar triangles and solve problems.
Fence Me In
After rolling dice to determine the size, in part, of a rectangle, players then use perimeter and area formulas to determine dimensions. The goal is to try to fill up the board first.
Areas of Irregular Convex Polygons
This video demonstrates two strategies for how to find the area of an irregular convex polygon.
Find the areas and perimeters of various figures, and see how area and perimeter measurements can be used to solve other types of geometry problems.
Area of Irregular Polygons Reboot
This video demonstrates how to find the area of an irregular polygon by dividing the figure into smaller regions for which the area is more easily determined.
This video explores how we can decompose a figure into trapezoids and triangles to determine its area.
Problem of the Week
Practice calculating area and perimeter measurements using the image of a shamrock.
Number Sense: Looking for Patterns
This video focuses on techniques for solving problems by looking for patterns that emerge among the digits in large numbers.
Patterns All Around
Recognizing patterns in objects in order to express them mathematically is an important skill for students to learn. In this game students will attempt to recognize visual and numeric patterns in a group of cards.
Sequences, Series and Patterns
This video shows how to find patterns in both visual and numerical sequences and how to use patterns to identify an unknown value in a sequence.
More Sequences, Series and Patterns
This video demonstrates how to find a pattern in a sequence or series, and prove that it works, to solve problems.
Representing Patterns Numerically
In this practice plan, Mathletes will recognize visual patterns and practice defining them numerically in order to find the number of elements in the pattern after a large number of repetitions.
Practice with patterns through problems about visual and numerical sequences and series, the digits of large numbers and other real-world and math topics.
Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences
This video explores how to solve problems about arithmetic and geometric sequences.
Relationships Between Arithmetic Sequences, Mean and Median
This video demonstrates how to use mean and median in solving problems about arithmetic sequences.
This video focuses on techniques for solving problems involving arithmetic sequences, including finding the nth term.
Practice with standard arithmetic and geometric sequences and series, as well as with other special types of sequences and series, like the Fibonacci sequence.
Patterns, Sequences and Series
This video shows a few techniques for solving problems using patterns in sequences and series.
Sequences and Central Tendency
This video demonstrates how the relationship between measures of central tendency and sequences can be used to solve problems.
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As a school leader in the digital age, one of your greatest responsibilities is to ensure teachers are using quality math websites that can engage students, monitor their progress, close learning gaps, and address individual needs. But because they vary so much in quality, finding the best ones poses a real challenge.
Middle school, in particular, can be a trying time for students as their adolescent brains transition from tangible, foundational math concepts to more complex and abstract ones. So, here’s a list of 14 math websites for middle school that will greatly enrich your students’ learning experience.
1. Prodigy Math
Prodigy Math is a free, adaptive math platform used by more than 1.5 million teachers, and 90 million students around the world. With 1,500+ math skills, it offers curriculum-aligned content from every math strand from 1st to 8th grade.
Teachers can use Prodigy Math as a Response to Intervention tool , to differentiate math content , to reinforce and supplement lesson plans and more!
Plus, teachers and admins can access comprehensive data reports illustrating growth, performance, and student engagement — at home or at school.
One of the biggest results I've seen is that Prodigy is able to take students who struggle with and dislike Math, and get them to love Math again! The students ask often when they are going to get to play Prodigy. They see it as fun, but as their teacher, I know they are practicing and mastering math standards. Laney Park , K-5 Administrator, Hall County School District
Make curriculum-aligned math learning more engaging than ever this year!
2. Khan Academy
In 2008, Salman Khan created Khan Academy, a non-profit educational organization whose mission is to provide free world-class education for everyone.
Most people visit this website for one-off videos. However, teachers can also join Khan Academy using a Teacher account if they want to utilize personalized, standards-aligned math content into their daily instruction.
Just filter the available math content by grade and assign practice exercises, videos, and articles -- all while tracking student progress.
Created for students in 2nd to 12th grade, this innovative peer-to-peer application seeks to improve critical thinking skills by making math social.
Focusing on the social aspect of math, according to CueThink, will help foster a growth mindset and enable students to perceive challenges as opportunities.
Using this online program, students apply mathematician George Pólya’s four phases when tackling math problems: understand, plan, solve, and review. They’ll ask questions like:
- What does this make you wonder about?
- What do you notice?
- What’s your estimate?
- What other questions can I ask?
Once they settle on a strategy and devise a plan, students will answer the question and review their answer.
Teachers can access a wide variety of free tools and resources for their middle school students. From the popular Jeopardy game to the upbeat Rocketship game, these are perfect for end-of-unit or end-of-chapter reviews!
SuperTeacherTools’ games are also designed to be as simple as possible for teachers. That means they’re easy to set up and easy to run. And if teachers experience difficulties, the Help Desk contains visual instructions.
Plus, everything on this website is free for both teachers and students to use.
Endless engagement. Adaptive content. Standards-aligned.
Join millions of teachers using Prodigy to make math fun, differentiate instruction and help students love learning!
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics started Illuminations in an effort to increase educators’ access to quality standards-based resources for teaching and learning math.
Students in middle school will find over 100 activities (e.g., virtual manipulatives, applets, and games). There are also Calculation Nation games wherein students can challenge themselves as well as opponents from anywhere in the world.
Simply search for resources by grade, topic, or standard! Teachers can easily incorporate these interactive activities into their lesson plans to help keep students engaged.
One user described MathTV as the Netflix of online learning. This website is home to 10 thousand free math videos covering topics such as algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. However, their “Basic Math” topic will be most relevant for middle school students.
Behind the videos are 34 great tutors. They have so many because their varied approaches to the same math topics and problems help students see how to solve problems differently.
MathTV has been optimized for all mobile devices so students can watch them on the go or teachers can incorporate them into daily mathematics instruction.
7. Illustrative Mathematics
In 2017, Illustrative Mathematics 6-8 was the first open educational resource and core curriculum they released. Within a couple of years, EdReports gave it the highest rating among middle school math programs. As reported by PR Newswire :
The problem-based curriculum sparks discussion and enjoyment of mathematics. Students learn by doing, solving problems in mathematical and real-world contexts, and constructing arguments using precise language.
Illustrative Mathematics designs lessons teachers can use for independent, group, and whole-class work. After selecting a grade, they can choose the relevant unit, chapter, and lesson. It will bring you to a page with preparation instructions, a lesson plan, and practice problems.
8. PBS Math Club
This collection of videos is aligned to the Common Core Standard for 6th to 9th grade, covering topics from integers and equations to negative numbers and statistics.
Helping students with homework -- and making them laugh -- PBS Math Club also uses pop culture references to explain math concepts.
And if the one to six-minute videos are too long, check out their 15-second InstaCram versions!
This innovative collaboration between the Faculties of Mathematics and Education at the University of Cambridge seeks to develop confident, resilient problem-solvers.
NRICH -- as its name suggests -- aims to enrich the mathematical experiences of all learners by providing thousands of free online resources for Pre-K to 12th grade that are:
Middle school students can, for example, play a collection of games called “Is there a better way?” wherein each game has multiple routes to the same solution. Hearing how students arrive at solutions differently will deepen their understanding and broaden their problem-solving skills.
10. Get the Math
Geared toward middle and high schoolers, this website aims to reveal the real-life application of algebra through combining video and web interactivity.
Teachers can switch up their algebra lessons and show their students short videos about how young professionals use math in music, fashion, video games, restaurants, basketball, and special effects.
At the end of each video, the featured individual will pose a challenge to two teams of students. But the creators of Get the Math highly encourage classes to try and complete the challenges by applying the same algebraic concepts.
Note : This website is no longer actively maintained, so some material and features may be unavailable.
11. Math is Fun
Despite this website’s dated appearance, the math resource that started on April 19, 2000 still gets updated today! Math is Fun is a simple yet fun resource to help engage students while learning math.
The content covers topics including data, geometry, numbers, money, algebra, calculus, physics, and measurement. In addition to exercises, teachers can also direct their students to the game, puzzle, and activity sections of the website.
For the teachers who are in need of inspiration, there is a Teacher’s Page with ideas to help get their creative juices flowing. They’ll find tools such as symmetry artist, tessellation artist, function grapher, math puzzles , and more.
12. Moby Interactive
A branch of the award-winning online paid resource MobyMax, Moby Interactive gives teachers free access to whiteboard activities, skills review, and printable worksheets which include over half a million problems and manipulatives.
Whether teachers want to use existing problems from MobyMax’s curriculum or create their own, the Whiteboard Activities module can help engage students of all learning levels.
The Skills Review will also evaluate students using a placement test so teachers can appropriately plan their lessons to help close student learning gaps.
13. National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
Dating back to 1999 and created by Utah State University, this is a digital library of web-based interactive tools teachers can use to help teach math concepts from Pre-K to 12th grade.
Teachers and students alike find the most success when using these tools combined with in-class lessons, homework, or traditional practice.
It’s important to note that tech-savvy students may comment on this website’s datedness. As Common Sense states: “Students who struggle with difficult math concepts may like the trial-and-error format, but the vintage design and unclear feedback may scare some away.”
14. Math Antics
Rob and Jeremy of Math Plus Motion create all the content on this website. The goal of Math Antics is to make learning math a little easier for everyone through simple yet engaging math resources.
The math videos you’ll find are not categorized by grade but by topic. However, the majority of content they cover falls between U.S. 3rd and 8th grade.
All of their video lessons covering topics -- arithmetic, fractions, geometry, percents, and algebra -- are free! To access their print-based exercises, example videos, worksheets and answer sheets, you can subscribe for $20 per year.
Final thoughts about math websites for middle school
Every school -- every classroom -- presents incredibly diverse learning styles. Using this list, the teachers in your building or district will surely find math content that satisfies students’ many learning needs.
Some of the websites emphasize math word problems and mental math practices , whereas others focus on specific math concepts such as multiplication .
However, they all have one thing in common: helping engage students as they learn to love math.
Ready to engage your students and help them to love learning math?
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Math-Drills.com includes over sixty-four thousand free math worksheets that may be used to help students learn math. Our math worksheets are available on a broad range of topics including number sense, arithmetic, pre-algebra, geometry, measurement, money concepts and much more. There are two interactive math features: the math flash cards and dots math game.
Math-Drills.com was launched in 2005 with around 400 math worksheets. Since then, tens of thousands more math worksheets have been added. The website and content continues to be improved based on feedback and suggestions from our users and our own knowledge of effective math practices.
Most Math-Drills users are classroom teachers or parents. Classroom teachers use our math worksheets to assess student mastery of basic math facts, to give students extra math practice, to teach new math strategies, and to save precious planning time. Parents use our math worksheets to give their children extra math practice over school breaks and to enhance their math education. Home schools use our math worksheets in their programs to develop and strengthen math skills in their children.
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Middle School Maths (Grades 6, 7, 8, 9) - Free Questions and Problems With Answers
Grade 6, 7, 8 and 9 Maths questions and problems to test deep understanding of Maths concepts and computational procedures of students are presented. Answers to the questions are provided and located at the end of each page. Fractions Questions and Problems with Solutions
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- Grade 6 Math Practice Test with detailed solutions and explanations.
- Algebra Questions and Problems with detailed solutions and explanations.
- Equivalent Fractions Examples and Questions
- Convert Yards, Feet and Inches
- Examples and questions on Terms in Algebraic Expressions with detailed solutions and explanations.
- Rectangualr Coordinate Systems
- Find Factors and Multiples of Whole Numbers ; examples and questions with detailed solutions and explanations.
- Prime Factorization ; examples and questions with detailed solutions and explanations.
- Calculate Areas of Squares, Rectangles, Triangles, Parallelogram and Trapezoid , solutions and explanations to questions on how to calculate areas of basic shapes.
- Calculate Areas of Composite Shapes , questions with detailed solutions and explanations to calculate areas of composite shapes.
- Algebraic Expressions , detailed solutions and explanations to questions on algebraic expressions.
- Simplify Algebraic Expressions Using like terms , questions with detailed explanations on how to simplify algebraic expressions.
- Use of the Distributive Property in Algebra ; questions to expand and factor algebraic expressions with detailed solutions and explanations .
- Equations in One Variable , questions , including word problems, with detailed solutions and explanations on algebraic expressions.
- Grade 6 Maths Problems with detailed solutions and full explanations .
- Fractions and Mixed Numbers - Grade 6 and detailed solutions and full explanations included.
- fractions in maths, explain fractions through several examples with detailed solutions including calculators.
- A fraction calculator that helps you develop further the skills of how to reduce, add and multiply fractions.
- interactive tutorial on equivalent fractions Explore equivalent fractions interactively using an applet.
- Percent - Grade 6 Questions and Problems. and detailed solutions and full explanations included.
- Interactive Tutorial on Percentage Interactive tutorial on percentages using an applet.
- Convert Percentages, Fractions and Decimals Tutorial on how to convert percentages, fractions and decimals. Questions with detailed solutions as well as exercises with answers are presented.
- Units Conversion and Calculators
- Convert Units of Measurements
- Grade 7 Math Practice Test with detailed solutions and explanations.
- Video on Solving Linear Inequalities Algebra Questions and Problems with detailed solutions and explanations.
- Relations in Mathematics
- Functions in Mathematics
- Functions Represented by Equations
- Rectangular Coordinate System in a Plane
- Divisibility Rules Examples and Questions .
- Divisibility Rule for 7 Examples and Questions .
- Introduction to Polynomials
- Multiply and Simplify Monomials
- Graphing Functions
- What are Exponents in Math? ; examples and questions With Detailed Solutions are included.
- What are Radicals in Math? ; examples and questions with detailed solutions are included.
- Prime and Composite Numbers ; examples and questions With Detailed Solutions are included.
- Prime Factorization ; examples and questions With Detailed Solutions are included.
- Common Factors Calculator. An online calculator that computes the common factors and the GCF of two or more positive integers.
- Greatest Common Factor (GCF) ; examples and questions With Detailed Solutions are included.
- Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) ; examples and questions With Detailed Solutions are included.
- How to Reduce Fractions ; examples and questions With Detailed Solutions are included.
- How is Cross Multiplication Used to Solve Equations? ; examples and questions With Detailed Solutions are included.
- How to Solve Rate Problems? ; Grade 7 questions With Detailed Solutions are included.
- Find Ratio in Math ; Grade 7 questions With Detailed Solutions are included.
- Find Rate in Math ; Grade 7 questions With Detailed Solutions are included.
- Solve Maths Proportions ; grade 7 questions With Detailed Solutions are included.
- Grade 7 Maths word Problems With Answers and Solutions and explanations included.
- Fractions and Mixed Numbers - Grade 7 Maths Questions and Problems With Answers and solutions and explanations included.
- Grade 7 Maths Questions on Set Theory With Answers and the solutions and explanations included.
- Like Terms in Algebra - Grade 7 Maths Questions and Problems With Answers
- Add and Subtract Polynomials - Grade 7 Maths Questions and Problems With Answers
- Grade 8 Math Practice Test with detailed solutions and explanations.
- Video on Solving Linear Inequalities
- Distance and Midpoint Formulas with examples, questions and solutions and Distance and Midpoint Calculator
- Divisibility Rule for 7 Examples and Questions . .
- Applications of Linear Equations - Problems with Answers for Grade 8 with solutions and explanations included
- Fractions Questions and Problems with Solutions
- Grade 8 questions on simplifying expressions with negative exponents with solutions and explanations included Online Trigonometry Calculators and Solvers
- quadratic equations problems for Grade 8 with solutions and explanations included
- Algebra Questions with Answers and Solutions for Grade 8
- Grade 8 Maths word Problems With Answers Also solutions and explanations are included.
- Grade 8 Geometry Problems and Questions with Answers . Also solutions and explanations are included.
- Grade 8 Problems and Questions on Triangles with Answers . Also solutions and explanations are included.
- Grade 8 Questions with Answers on Angles in Triangles . Also solutions with explanations included.
- Grade 8 Problems and Questions on Circles with Answers . Also solutions and explanations are included.
- Simplify Square Root Calculator
- Geometry Problems
- Grade 9 Math Practice Test Questions
- Exponents Questions with Answers for Grade 9 ; also Solutions and detailed explanations are included.
- Add/Subtract and Multiply/divide Monomials Examples and Questions with Solutions for Grade 9
- Add and Subtract Polynomials - Grade 9 , examples and questions with detailed solutions
- Solve Equations - Grade 9 , examples and questions with detailed solutions
- Multiply Polynomials - Grade 9 and Solutions to Multiply Polynomials .
- Maths Word Problems with Answers - Grade 9 ; also Solutions and detailed explanations are included.
- Algebra Questions with Answers for Grade 9 . Also Solutions and detailed explanations are included.
- Geometry Problems and Questions with Answers for Grade 9 . Also Solutions and detailed explanations are included.
- Ratio Word Problems with Answers - Grade 9 . Also Solutions and detailed explanations are included.
Online Calculators to Practice and Understand Concepts
- Linear Equations Solver Calculator
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- Divisibility Test Calculator. An online calculator that tests whole numbers for visibility by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13.
- Lowest Common Multiple (lcm) Calculator. Calculate the lowest common multiple of two positive integers.
- Greatest Common Factor (gcf) Calculator. Calculate the greatest common factor of two positive integers.
- Prime Factors Calculator. Factor a positive integer into prime factors.
- Fractions Addition Calculator. Add 2 or 3 fractions and reduce the final answer.
- Fraction calculator that helps you further develop the skills of how to reduce, add and multiply fractions.
- Multiply Fractions Calculator. Multiply 2 fractions and reduce the answer.
- Divide Fractions Calculator. Divide 2 fractions and reduce the answer.
- Reduce Fractions Calculator. Rewrite Fractions in reduced form.
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Math is a cumulative subject; as students advance from grade to grade, the concepts they learn in math class advance, too. If your child is struggling with middle school math, you can introduce sample problems and model how to solve them as a way to boost his confidence in his abilities.
How Are Middle School Math Problems Different from Elementary Math Problems?
As your child enters middle school, he likely will be introduced to math concepts that are quite a big tougher than he's used to. While first through fifth grade generally are spent mastering basic skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, middle school math typically requires more complex application of these skills in the form of ratios, proportions and statistical thinking.
If your child is struggling with a particular math concept, you might work through a sample question with him. Then, stand by while he attempts to solve a similar problem on his own, which can help him gain confidence in his math skills.
Middle School Math Problems and Solutions by Grade Level
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2. 4/5 ÷ 2/1
1. On his quiz, John answered 12 out of 15 questions correctly. What percentage of questions did he get right?
2. A building is 510 feet high. On a scale drawing, one inch equals three feet. How large would the building be on the drawing?
1. Solve for x: 23 = 4x - 1.
2. In a right triangle, the base is three inches, and the height is four inches. Find the length of the hypotenuse.
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70 Educational Websites For Middle School
August 10, 2022 // by Seda Unlucay
This diverse and comprehensive collection of online learning resources and educational games is a great way to enhance classroom lessons or provide homework support. Featuring subjects including Math, English, Science, Social Studies, and coding skills, it's sure to keep middle schoolers engaged and learning for hours.
IXL offers a comprehensive Math and English curriculum for junior kindergarten to Grade 12, with real-time feedback on lessons.
Subject Areas: Math and English
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2. Sheppard Software
This popular educational site offers hundreds of free learning games for a variety of subjects including Geography, Math, Science, and Language Arts.
Subjects: All Middle School Subjects
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3. Khan Academy
Probably one of the most well-known non-profit educational websites, Khan Academy empowers students can learn at their own pace with tailored lessons.
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4. Online Thesaurus
This free online thesaurus features a synonym of the day as well as grammar and writing tips.
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BrainPop features entertaining and informative videos that are proven to support critical thinking skills as well as social-emotional learning .
Subject: All Middle School Subjects
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Shmoop uses humor and relatable content to deliver student-centered courses and test prep as well as additional resources for teachers and districts.
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7. New York Times: The Learning Network
The New York Times features photos, graphs, and videos designed as academic skill builders to expand students' understanding of the world around them.
Subjects: English, Math, Science
Learn more: The New York Times
8. Adventure Academy
This award-winning online paid resource features a collection of games designed to teach Math, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies.
Subjects: English, Science, Social Studies
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9. Bored of Boredom
Bored of Boredom is a nonprofit, student-created platform offering free group classes and tutoring.
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10. Carnegie Learning Help Center
While specializing in math videos, this educational resource also features excellent English, international language, and computer science resources.
Subjects: Math, English, International Languages, Computer Science
Learn more: Carnegie Learning
11. Duolingo Language Arts Games
Duolingo is a free, world-famous language learning app that features a game-based learning model and features more than 19 different languages.
Subjects: International Languages
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12. Educational History Channel Videos
This series of history videos feature fascinating historical facts. They are updated weekly and feature interactive activities as follow-up lessons.
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13. Steve Spangler Science Experiments
Steve Spangler is a famous scientist, featured on the Ellen Show, who offers free weekly science experiments.
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14. National Geographic Education
This free resource features interesting videos on subjects such as the Silk Road and wildlife.
Subjects: Science, History, Geography
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15. OER Commons
This free resource features online books organized by grade level, lesson plans, slides, and educational games.
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16. PenPals Schools
PenPals connects students from classrooms across the world to create projects about fifty different subjects including robotics and the environment.
Subjects: Literacy, Social Emotional Learning
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17. Research Quest
Research Quest features online classes designed to develop critical thinking and investigative science skills.
Subjects: Critical Thinking, Science
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18. Metropolitan Opera Digital Library
The Met Opera offers a weekly opera suitable for younger audiences and a plethora of resources to help students better understand the history and social context of each performance.
Subject: Performing Arts
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19. Orsay Museum
The Musee d’ Orsay offers a virtual tour of its collections including French paintings, sculptures, and photographs.
Subject: Art History
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20. Studio Ghibli Online Tour
A tour of this impressive animation studio is sure to please lovers of art and Japanese culture.
Subject: Cartoon Animation, Art
Learn more: Ghibli Museum, Mitaka
21. Yoga Education
Yoga makes for an ideal brain break from learning, offering both physical activities as well as mental and emotional health benefits.
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22. The Smithsonian Institute
The Smithsonian Institution is the world’s largest museum and education group featuring a built-in content library of interactive games and academically enriching content that can be used for class lessons.
Subjects: History, Social Studies
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The San Diego Zoo features amazing animal webcams as well as information about animal conversation efforts.
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24. Science Mom
Science Mom features hundreds of free science videos about all sorts of interesting subjects including rocks and blood types in a simple-to-understand manner.
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25. Get The Math
This website features entertaining, reality TV-based videos and algebra lessons designed to help kids solve real-world math problems.
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CueThink allows students to collaborate online in order to solve math problems.
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27. PBS Maths Club
This series of educational videos cover Common Core standards for Math including integers, ratios, and statistics. It utilizes cultural references to movies and books to make the learning relevant and fun.
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This educational website challenge students with mathematical brain teasers and puzzles.
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29. Illustrative Mathematics
This series of online activities features math lessons based on real-world scenarios.
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30. Math TV
Math TV features free Math videos from real classroom teachers ranging from basic numeracy to calculus.
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Kahoot features fun, user-generated quizzes covering all middle school subjects and more.
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32. Math is Fun
Featuring games, worksheets, and engaging activities, Math is Fun makes for hours of gamified learning.
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Prodigy features Math and English game-based learning that is highly engaging and effective for building core literacy and numeracy skills.
Subjects: Math and English
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This creative and colorful student-centric site feature all sorts of interesting video lessons on topics such as telephones, Lego, and the science of rainbows.
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Apart from featuring a wide variety of biology games, videos, and stories, this site allows kids to ask a biologist anything they're curious about.
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37. World Book
This website features articles, a curriculum guide, and a blog all linked to World Book facts and statistics.
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CK12 offers free lessons on all Middle School subjects and offers a virtual tutor to guide student learning.
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Data Nuggets offers research-based articles to teach students about the scientific process, including formulating a hypothesis, interpreting data, and posing investigative questions.
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Subject: Civics, Career Education
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Scientists and engineers have collaborated to create a series of engaging, hands-on activities that support problem-solving abilities .
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This science-based website features experiments, games, quizzes, and interesting facts to inspire inquiry and scientific thinking.
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Kids are sure to love creating their own biomes by choosing their own plants and animals. They can also have fun creating their own animal chimera hybrids.
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This kid-friendly online version of the classic Farmer’s Almanac features meteorology facts, star gazing, and astronomy information as well as historical facts about lunar cycles.
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How Stuff Works is a popular and long-running site that offers easy-to-understand explanations of how the world works. From fiber optics to composting, there is something for every reader.
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This innovative site offers virtual science labs and simulations as well as interactive math games for hours of meaningful STEM learning.
Subject: Science, Technology, Math
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49. Cool Math
Unlike its elementary school-focused predecessor, Cool Math4Kids, Cool Math is aimed at middle school and high school students and features games designed to teach algebra and calculus.
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52. Project Gutenberg
Project Gutenberg offers over 60,000 free eBooks that students can download to read wherever they wish. From classical literature to current bestsellers, there is something for every bookworm.
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Subject: International Languages
Learn more: Fluent U
54. MIT App Inventor
This free and easy-to-use site from MIT allows students to build their own fully functional apps for Android and iPhone.
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Scratch offers a simple and intuitive user interface that allows students to learn the fundamentals of coding by designing games, and digital animations.
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57. PBS Above the Noise
Above the Noise takes a deeper look at controversial and current topics in the news.
Subject: English, World News
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This innovative site replaces passive video watching with hands-on problems exploring all sorts of math and science subjects.
Subject: Math and Science
SciShow is a popular Youtube channel featuring daily videos about weird and interesting facts, a talk show, and an FAQ segment.
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Subject: Math, Science, English, Test Prep
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Subject: Math, English, Science, Social Studies, and Test Prep
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Science Bob features creative science experiments and science fair ideas.
Subject Area: Science
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65. OWL Purdue Writing Lab
This free and highly regarded university site offers writing, research, and grammar content to help students with formal writing assignments.
Subject Area: English
Learn more: The Purdue Writing Lab
GeoGuessr is a geography game that challenges players to find clues to determine their location in the world.
Subject Area: Geography
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This multifaceted site features civics games and inventive lessons to help kids develop an appreciation of the role of the government in their daily lives.
Subject Area: Civics
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Sutori offers collaborative presentations, portfolios, timelines, and self-paced courses on subjects ranging from Ancient Egypt to the Aztec, Inca, and Mayan civilizations.
Subject Areas: Social Studies, History
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69. Math Games
Math Games offers a huge collection of engaging math games with built-in progress tracking.
Subject Area: Math
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Wonderopolis shows kids a wonder of the day and tests their understanding, helping to spark curiosity about the world around them.
Subject Area: All Middle School Subjects
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Middle School Math Games
Are you looking for free middle school math games? Check out the exciting games on this website and have fun practicing your math skills.
The games below are suitable for the following grades:
6th Grade Math Games
7th Grade Math Games
8th Grade Math Games
Integer Math Game This is a fun monster game about adding and subtracting decimals. Students will have fun destroying Halloween monsters.
Exponents Jeopardy This is an exciting jeopardy game about exponents. You can play it alone, with your friends, or in teams. It makes an excellent classroom activity.
Place Value Millionaire Game This is a fun online game about place value in whole numbers and decimals. It can be played in two teams or individually.
GCF Jeopardy Game Find the GCF in this interactive jeopardy style math game.
Multiplying and Dividing Integers Game
Play this interactive game called "Grade or No Grade". What grade can you get? Answer well, and don't let the examiners trick you!
Integers Jeopardy Game
This game has 4 categories: adding integers, subtracting integers, multiplying integers, and dividing integers. You can play it alone or in teams.
Adding and Subtracting Fractions Board Game
In this online board game, you have to add and subtract fractions with common and different denominators.
One-Step Equations Math Racing Game Solve one-step equations in this action-packed, fast-paced car racing game called One-Step Equations Math Racing Game.
Exponents Pirate Game This math pirate game involves exponents for fun and practice.
Integers Game Fun game about adding and subtracting integers.
Properties of Operations Math Racing Game The realistic action of this cool fast-paced car racing game makes it a winner.
Algebraic Expressions Millionaire In this game you have to identify the correct mathematical expressions that model given word expressions. The game has a single-player and a multi-player option.
Fractions Jeopardy In this game you have to add and subtract like and unlike fractions, as well as multiply and divide fractions.
Factors and Multiples Jeopardy Factors and Multiples Jeopardy is a free online game for middle school students and teachers. The questions in this game focus on important concepts such as factors, multiples, prime factorization, GCF, and LCM.
Adding and Subtracting Integers Pirate Game This fun online game gives practice adding and subtracting positive and negative whole numbers
Angles Jeopardy Game is a fun way to assess your knowledge about measuring and classifying angles. The game has a single-player mode and a multi-player feature.
Math Word Search Game
In this math word search game try to identify the words in the right column. Click and drag to circle groups of letters.
Find the probability of simple events. Coco will be your charming guide.
In this game, Genie will help you solve inequalities and word problems involving inequalities.
Square Roots Game
In this millionaire game you earn points by adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, simplifying, estimating, and graphing expressions with radicals.
Factors Millionaire Game
Factors Millionaire Game is a fun way of assessing students' knowledge about factors and divisibility. This online game can be used as a review activity in the classroom or at home.
Coordinate Plane Game
Locate points in the coordinate plane and earn as many points as possible in this fast-paced math game.
In this you have only ten seconds to answer each quation. If you answer correctly, you will earn a point; but each mistake will cost you a point.
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enVision® Mathematics © 2024 for grades K-5 is the only middle grades math program that combines problem-based learning and visual learning to deepen students’ conceptual understanding. enVision is used by classrooms across the country and around the world. The latest enVision is even better with new digital Let’s Investigate! lessons which provide students with opportunities to take ownership of deeper exploration into problem-based learning. Ensure successful implementation with the comprehensive teacher support based on the 5 Practices.
enVision packs a unique one-two punch. Lessons start with Problem-Based Learning (PBL), where students must think critically about a real-world math problem, evaluate options, collaborate, and present solutions. This is followed by Visual Learning to solidify the underlying math concepts. It’s the best way to help kids better understand math ideas.
The program is made up of the following program components:
- Teacher’s Edition - Available in digital or print, the Teacher’s Edition includes wrap-around pages that provide direct instruction and teaching suggestions to engage students. The Interactive Teacher’s Edition online features annotation models and downloadable lesson resources.
- Student Edition - Interactive Student Edition—available in digital or print write-in format.
- enVision Digital - enVision digital courseware on Savvas Realize® includes robust digital tools that give teachers flexibility to use a digital, print, or blended format in their classrooms. Teachers can customize the program to rearrange content, upload their own content, add links to online media, and edit resources and assessments. All program resources, including personalized practice, remediation, and assessments are available in one location for easy lesson planning and presentation Students will use technology to interact with text and activities, and they can write directly in their digital Student Edition to make interaction with text more meaningful. Students will engage in activities that will inspire conceptual understanding, classroom discourse, and build their mathematical thinking skills, while learning to formulate and defend their own opinions.
The learning model in the enVision program—problem-based learning, visual learning, and data-driven differentiated instruction—has been researched and verified as effective. Core instruction used for every lesson has been shown to be effective for developing conceptual understanding.
enVision Mathematics features comprehensive differentiated instruction and intervention support to allow access for all students. The program’s balanced instructional model provides appropriate scaffolding, differentiation, intervention, and support for a broad range of learners, and is designed to facilitate conceptual understanding of mathematics for students at a range of learning levels.
Comprehensive, built-in differentiation resources support all levels of learners, including those with learning disabilities and ELLs, through personalized, adaptive learning. The program meets a variety of student needs and provides Response to Intervention (RtI) during each lesson, at the end of each lesson, at the end of each Topic, and any time as indicated in the Teacher’s Edition. A description of RtI tiered instructional resources for the program is included in the Teacher’s Program Overview for each grade. The following are examples of tiered instructional support found online for each lesson.
Tier 1 ongoing Intervention includes the following resources that can be used during the lesson:
- Prevent Misconceptions. During the Visual Learning Example, a remediation strategy is included to address a common misconception about the lesson concept.
- Error Intervention (If... Then...). During Practice & Problem Solving, error intervention identifies a common error and provides remediation strategy
- Reteaching Set. This set is provided before independent practice to develop understanding prior to practice.
- MathXL for School: Practice & Problem Solving, during the lesson, includes personalized practice for the Practice & Problem Solving portion of the lesson, along with Additional Practice or Enrichment; auto‐scored with on‐screen help, including Help Me Solve This and View an Example tools, tutorial videos, Math Tools, and one‐click animated glossary access.
Tier 2 strategic intervention includes the following resources that can be used at the end of the Lesson:
- Intervention Activity. This supports teachers working with small groups of struggling students.
- Reteach to Build Understanding. This provides guided reteaching as a follow‐up to the intervention activity.
Tier 3 intensive intervention instruction is delivered daily outside of the core math instruction, often in a one‐to‐one situation. The Math Diagnosis and Intervention System can be used for this purpose, for example.
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- Animation Plus, Virtual Nerd videos, interactive MathXL for School: Practice & Problem Solving, Additional Practice, and Enrichment, online digital math tools, and online math games.
The authorship team is made up of respected educational experts and researchers whose experiences working with students and study of instructional best practices have positively influenced education. Contributing to enVision with a mind to the evolving role of the teacher and with insights on how students learn in a digital age, these authors bring new ideas, innovations, and strategies that transform teaching and learning in today’s competitive and interconnected world.
- Dr. Robert Q. Berry, III is an Associate Professor at the University of Virginia in the Curry School of Education with an appointment in Curriculum Instruction and Special Education. A former mathematics teacher, he teaches elementary and special education mathematics methods courses in the teacher education program at the University of Virginia. Additionally, he teaches a graduate level mathematics education course and courses for in-service teachers seeking a mathematics specialist endorsement.
- Zachary Champagne taught elementary school students in Jacksonville, Florida for 13 years. Currently he is working as an Assistant in Research at the Florida Center for Research in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (FCRSTEM) at Florida State University.
- Dr. Randall Charles is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Mathematics at San Jose State University, San Jose, California. His research interests have focused on problem solving with several NCTM publications including Teaching and Assessing Problem Solving, How to Evaluate Progress in Problem Solving, and Teaching Mathematics Through Problem Solving. In recent years Dr. Charles has written and talked extensively on Big Ideas and Essential Understandings related to curriculum, teaching, and assessment.
- Francis (Skip) Fennell, PhD, is emeritus as the L. Stanley Bowlsbey professor of education and Graduate and Professional Studies at McDaniel College in Maryland, where he continues to direct the Brookhill Institute of Mathematics supported Elementary Mathematics Specialists and Teacher Leaders Project. A mathematics educator who has experience as a classroom teacher, principal, and supervisor of instruction, he is a past president of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE), the Research Council for Mathematics Learning (RCML), and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM).
- Eric Milou is a Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ. He is an author of Teaching Mathematics to Middle School Students. Recently, his focus has been on approaches to mathematical content and the use of technology in middle grades classrooms.
- Dr. Jane Schielack is Professor Emerita in the Department of Mathematics and a former Associate Dean of Assessment and PreK-12 Education in the College of Science at Texas A&M University. A former elementary teacher, Dr. Schielack has pursued her interests in working with teachers and students to enhance mathematics learning in the elementary and middle grades. She has focused her activities for improving mathematics education in two main areas: teacher education and professional development and curriculum development.
- Jonathan Wray has involvement and leadership in a number of organizations and projects. His interests include the leadership roles of mathematics coaches/specialists, access and equity in mathematics classrooms, the use of engaging and effective instructional models to deepen student understanding, and the strategic use of technology in mathematics to improve teaching and learning.
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enVision Mathematics is designed to achieve a coherent progression of mathematical content within each course and across the program, building lesson to lesson. Every lesson includes online practice instructional examples as the progression of topics builds, allowing students additional practice with these skills and to develop a deeper conceptual understanding.
At the beginning of every topic, teachers are provided with support for the focus of the topic, how the topic fits into an overall coherence of the grade and across grades, the balance of rigor in the topic, and how the practices enrich the mathematics in the topic. Carefully designed learning progressions achieve coherence across grades:
Coherence is supported by common elements across grades, such as Thinking Habits questions for math practices and diagrams for representing quantities in a problem. Coherence across topics, clusters, and domains within a grade is the result of developing mathematics as a body of interconnected concepts and skills. Across lessons and standards, coherence is achieved when new content is taught as an extension of prior learning—developmentally and mathematically. (For example, Solve & Share at the start of lessons engages students in a problem-based learning experience that connects prior knowledge to new ideas.)
Look Back! and Look Ahead! connections are highlighted in the Coherence part of Topic Overview pages in the Teacher’s Edition.
The Topic Background: Rigor page shows teachers how the areas of rigor will be addressed in the topic, and details how conceptual understanding, procedural skill and fluency, and application builds within each topic to provide the rigor required.
On the first page of every lesson, the Lesson Overview includes sections titled Focus, Coherence, and Rigor. The Rigor section highlights the element or elements of rigor emphasized in the lesson, which may be one, two, or all three. Features in every lesson support each element, but the emphasis will vary depending on the standard being developed in the lesson. The core instructional model features support for conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and application during both instruction and practice, as described below.
- Problem-Based Learning Step 1 Problem-Based Learning supports coherence by helping students connect what they already know to a problem in which new math ideas are embedded. When students make these connections, conceptual understanding emerges. Students are given time to struggle to make connections to the mathematical ideas and conceptual understandings. They can choose to represent their thinking and learning in a variety of ways. Physical and online manipulatives are available.
- Visual Learning Step 2 Visual Learning further develops understanding of the lesson ideas through classroom conversations. The Visual Learning Example features visual models to help give meaning to math language. Instruction is stepped out to help students visually organize important ideas. Students perform better on procedural skills when the procedures make sense to them. Procedural skills are developed through careful learning progressions in the Visual Learning Example.
- Assess and Differentiate Step 3 Assess and Differentiate features a Lesson Quiz and a comprehensive array of intervention, on-level, and advanced resources for all learners, with the goal that all students have the opportunity for extensive work in the state standards. Leveled practice with scaffolding is included at times. Varied problems are provided and math practices are identified as appropriate. Higher Order Thinking problems offer more challenge. Students have ample opportunity to focus on conceptual understanding and procedural skills and to apply the mathematics they just learned to solve a range of problems.
- How does the program identify performance gaps? At the start of the school year, schools have the opportunity to implement norm-referenced and validated assessments to identify students’ strengths and areas for growth. The new award-winning Math Screener and Diagnostic Assessments and Growth work directly with the enVision Mathematics course on Savvas Realize to inform instruction and provide robust student data. As a result of the Diagnostic assessment, teachers are armed with flexible instructional recommendations personalized to every student.
enVision Mathematics portrays diverse individuals and groups in a variety of settings and backgrounds. The program has been reviewed and approved for unbiased and fair representation. The selections in enVision Mathematics include a wide variety of contemporary, classic, and multicultural authors.
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- What is Pick a Project? Pick a Project is one of the motivating activities in enVision Mathematics , giving students a choice by letting them pick from a selection of math projects. Pick a Project launches each enVision topic and engages students in a real-world math project that accommodates different learning styles and interests. Students work independently, with a partner, or in small groups. The math problem activates prior knowledge and is a great way to deepen understanding during the entire topic.
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11 Top Free Online Math Courses for Middle School
In full detail we have gathered all about top free online Math Courses for Middle School so we can share with you, have you been wondering if its achievable to study Maths online or so?, everything in this article covers all you need to know to make the best decisions.
These math classes are intended to assist middle school students in comprehending complicated mathematical equations and to prepare them for university and college-level courses.
In different nations, the term “middle school” has varied connotations. In the United Kingdom, middle school is a school for pupils aged 9 to 13. It is a junior high school in the United States and Canada.
After all, the same kind of arithmetic is taught in schools all around the world, therefore whatever it implies in any country, this post still applies. That’s true, arithmetic is the same everywhere; the approach may differ, but the result is the same.
This article is now intended to assist middle school students all over the world with their arithmetic skills. This will work perfectly if your child does not attend regular school for one reason or another, or if you want your child to be homeschooled.
It’s also possible that your youngster enjoys math and wants to continue learning at home, which is OK. You could show them this post so that they may learn about the many online math courses that are specifically tailored for them and get started right away.
Remember that the math courses featured in this page are intended for middle school kids, but they can also be useful for adults who have forgotten how to use middle school algebra or calculus and wish to brush up on their skills.
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Before going into full list of top free online Math Courses for Middle School, lets check out some reasons why studying maths online. Kids are becoming smarter by the minute, and they obtain the majority of their information from the internet. The internet is a very vibrant place to be, and we both know how much lively experiences appeal to children, and the internet is no exception.
Learning arithmetic from a chalkboard is tedious – every student would agree – but nothing is tedious online, including learning algebra or calculus. So, by going online, kids will be able to have a whole different learning experience than they are accustomed to.
Furthermore, online learning has a number of advantages that traditional or “offline” schooling does not. Online learning is flexible, convenient, cheaper – in some cases, free –, faster to complete, and provides the same level of education as a traditional school.
Some of the world’s best teachers, lecturers, and professors teach courses, programs, and subjects. CEOs of major corporations deliver free lectures to students on a variety of topics, as well as valuable advise on life after school, in certain online courses.
We at Study Abroad Nations have previously published a number of pieces on free online courses — this time for adults – and have decided to provide this one for children. Through this article, youngsters from all over the world with a smartphone, tablet, PC, or desktop computer and an internet connection can now enroll in free online middle school math courses.
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And in this section we will talk about where anyone who wishes to study maths online can find a free and legit course to take, then we shall continue to the full list of top free online Math Courses for Middle School.
There are a number of online learning platforms where you may learn math for free, and Mathplanet is one of them. However, as you read farther into this article, you will come across others.
These websites provide free online middle school math courses in pre-algebra, algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, and geometry, as well as SAT and ACT practice examinations.
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Pre-Algebra is the first in our list of top free online Math Courses for Middle School. As a middle school student, you must prepare for high school, and you can do so by taking this math course, Pre-Algebra. Use it to get a feel for the situation before diving into the actual thing.
MathPlanet offers this course, which is entirely online and completely free. The course is broken down into ten chapters, each of which is broken down into multiple lessons. An introduction to algebra, graphing and functions, area and volume, equations and inequalities, the four rules of arithmetic, and more are included in the chapters.
Through this course, MathPlanet will assist you in navigating the first stages of high school algebra; take advantage of the opportunity and enroll now.
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2. Algebra 1
Here is the second in our list of top free online Math Courses for Middle School. This free online middle school math course, Algebra 1, is a high school preparatory course that will walk you through functions, polynomials, inequalities, systems of equations, expressions, radical and rational expressions, and other topics.
The course is organized into 12 chapters, each of which is separated into multiple lessons, each with theories, video lessons, and examples to provide you with the finest learning experience possible.
3. Algebra 2
At the third to rated of all the top free online Math Courses for Middle School we have the study of Algebra 2. This is another “trial run” course for middle school pupils preparing for high school. Algebra 2 is a free online middle school math course that will teach you polynomial functions, matrices, graphs and inequalities, probability and trigonometry, exponential and logarithmic expressions, and more.
The course will be organized into 13 chapters with theories, examples, and video lessons to offer you with a fantastic teaching experience.
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This is the fourth in our list of top free online Math Courses for Middle School. The geometry course is structured into ten chapters, each of which includes theories, video lectures, and examples. These classes will take you through a variety of arithmetic topics, such as circles and areas, parallel lines and triangles, transformations and quadrilaterals, trigonometry, and so on.
Geometry is a free online math course for middle school pupils that prepares them for high school geometry.
5. High School Precalculus: Help and Review
Here is the fifth in our list of top free online Math Courses for Middle School. One of the free online math courses for middle school students interested in calculus is high school precalculus. This subject prepares middle school students for calculus in high school. The course is structured into 32 chapters, each of which has interesting video lessons and practice tests.
This course is also appropriate for high school students, as it provides assistance and reviews on a variety of topics such as polynomial functions and trigonometric graphs, sets in algebra, and graph symmetry, among others.
The study of Statistics is the sixth in our list of top free online Math Courses for Middle School. Statistics is a free online math course for middle school kids that you may take to learn more about the subject. Statistics is a discipline of mathematics concerned with the study and collection of data, and it is valuable in identifying trends and making judgments.
Sensitivity analysis, distributions, regression analysis, and hypothesis testing are among the subjects covered.
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At the seventh most rated of all the top free online Math Courses for Middle School we have Trigonometry Online Course. Trigonometry may help you grasp any math problem or topic that involves distances, angles, or waves. If you are unfamiliar with trigonometry or are having difficulty grasping some of the concepts, you should join in this course and learn through interesting video lectures.
Radians and trig functions, trig identities and triangle formulas, inverse trig functions, special angles, and unit circle, among other topics, are covered in this course, which is applicable to various science and engineering courses.
8. Statistics 101: Principles of Statistics
This is the eighth in our list of top free online Math Courses for Middle School. Yes, this is statistics, but it differs from the other two in that it is reviewed and recommended for up to four semester hours and is transferable to over 2,000 schools and universities.
Apply for a credit transfer to save time and money on your degree. The Principles of Statistics course consists of 11 chapters divided into several sessions provided via videos, as well as a practice test at the conclusion of your studies.
9. Math 101: College Algebra
The Study of Math 101: College Algebra makes up our ninth list of top free online Math Courses for Middle School. You must be the intuitive type if you’re reading this and have a strong interest in arithmetic. Engage in this course, Math 101: College Algebra, which is one of the free online math courses for middle school, to take your passion to the next level.
You can apply for credit transfer to over 2,000 universities and colleges after the course has been evaluated and recommended for 3 semester hours. Expert math tutors will teach you algebra in the most straightforward manner possible, and you’ll be able to take a quiz to assess your understanding.
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10. Math for Kids
The Maths for kid Course is the second to last in our list of top free online Math Courses for Middle School. This includes a variety of math areas such as arithmetic, algebra, and geometry, but teaches them in the most basic way possible to help pupils grasp them.
As a parent, you can encourage your child to join in this course, where they will study from a top math tutor and get unique information on a variety of arithmetic topics.
They will be able to improve their marks and even attempt the accessible quizzes to discover how much better they have grown as a result of this.
11. 6th – 8th Grade Math: Practice & Review
This maths Practice & Review course is the last in our list of top free online Math Courses for Middle School. Enroll in this course, which delivers fascinating videos and texts on algebra and fundamental arithmetic for middle school students, to get ahead or catch up in math. You can effortlessly use it to complete your homework or prepare for a test.
The course is divided into 55 chapters, each with its own set of video lessons and theories to provide you with an engaging learning experience.
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