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Homework Help & Extra Practice



Math Fluency Practice:
Students who want to become faster at basic math, can request access to the Reflex math program. The program is on a website that can be accessed wherever there is an internet connection. Reflex uses games to help students practice their math facts, thereby building their math fluency. For example students will be able to quickly answer math facts like 5 x 6 and 17 - 9. The program is only available to 30 students so first come, first served.
  • Website: www.reflexmath.com/rm
  • Login: gails.mcmillan
  • Select your math class block
  • Password: given to student in class

Parents - We only have 30 available spots because the program is part of a grant that we won that gave us free access for one "class" for a year. To find out more about the program or if you want to buy a personal license visit www.reflexmath.com


Helpful Websites
  • www.Schoolfamily.com This is a wonderful site that addresses everything from homework and grades to social changes and extracurricular activities. It's definitely family-oriented.

  • www.education.com This site covers students academic and social development as well as informing parents about their childs health and path toward higher education. You may find articles that suggest games to enhance learning and fun activities to do together at home. The list goes on.

  • www.quickmath.com This is a great way to check homework. Solutions and breif explainations are provided for some problems.

  • www.studyisland.com This is a tutorial site where students can practice their knowledge of skills in almost every subject area.



  • AAA Math. http://www.aaamath.com/ Find explanations of mathematical topics, practice problems, and challenging games organized by topic and grade level.


  • ·Coolmath.com. http://www.coolmath.com This site is fully interactive and allows the user to sharpen basic math skills, play math-related games and explore new math concepts.

  • Figure This! Math Challenges for Families. http://www.figurethis.org Challenges families or classrooms to solve math and spatial problems; great for the "non-mathematician."

  • Fun Brain.com. http://www.funbrain.com Who ever thought learning math could be so much fun? Test your math skills with these fun and interesting games. Inlcudes some teacher and parenting resources.

  • Johnnie's Math Page http://jmathpage.com Johnnie's Math Page has activities to help with subjects like fractions, geometry, multiplication, statistics, probability, measurement, and numbers. Each topic has a range of activities labeled by level from primary math to intermediate math.

  • Math Cats. http://www.mathcats.com Emphasizes the logic and beauty of math, rather than drills and practice. Provides open-ended and playful explorations of important math concepts through on-line games, off-line crafts and interactive projects. Requires a free MicroWorlds download.



  • Math Playground http://www.MathPlayground.com Math Playground is an educational site for elementary and middle school students where you can practice your math skills, play a logic game, and have some fun!

  • Maths Dictionary for Kids http://www.amathsdictionaryforkids.com/ An animated, interactive dictionary for students which explains over 500 common mathematical terms using simple language and visual examples.

  • Mathslice.com http://www.mathslice.com Play online math games like Math Wheel (math terms), Jeopardy (addition), and Finding Nemo (direction) or generate custom math worksheets on topics such as telling time, fractions, money, and many more!

  • National Library of Virtual Manipulatives http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/index.html Interactive math tutorials and challenges including algebra, geometry, measurement, and probability, as well as lesson plans in Spanish and English

  • The Mint http://www.themint.org Learn about money: earning it, saving it, spending it, investing it, tracking it and safeguarding it. This site has information for teachers and parents as well