workbooks to download (PDFs) for FREE for grades 1-10 for non-commercial
purposes. These are good quality, too, and not just machine-made worksheet
collections. Some homeschoolers use MEP for a complete curriculum. Includes
some interactive materials. Provided by Centre for Innovation in Mathematics
textbooks for Introductory Mathematics (prealgebra), Introductory Algebra, and
Intermediate Algebra that are available for free online reading, evaluation,
and even printing. For each section of the book, the website also shows links
to corresponding math videos from MathTV.com.
Free learning guides (tutorials) for all prealgebra
topics with interactive practice problems, step-by-step examples, graphs, and
real-world applications. This can be used for an online pre-algebra textbook.
Over 100 very nice, compact prealgebra worksheets from
the Glencoe Parent and Student Study Guide. The sheets have a short,
instructional part that reviews the concept, several problems, and answers
upside down in the end of each sheet.
This is a book about mathematics education. Adding It Up explores how students in pre-K through 8th grade
learn mathematics. It explains research findings on what children know about
numbers by the time they arrive in pre-K and details the processes by which
students acquire proficiency with whole numbers, rational numbers, integers,
beginning algebra, geometry, measurement, and probability and statistics.
Free videos, animated math courses, or online math
CK-12 is a large, free site for learning and
practicing math and science. It contains text-based lessons, FlexBooks®
(digital textbooks in PDF, ePub and mobi formats), videos, and quizzes for
multitudes of math and science topics from K to grade 12.
Possibly the web's biggest and free site for math
videos. What started out as Sal making a few algebra videos for his cousins has
grown to over 2,100 videos and 100 self-paced exercises and assessments
covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history.
Over 6,000 free, online video lessons for basic math,
algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. Videos also available in Spanish. Also
includes online textbooks. I've written a review of MathTV lessons when
they used to be offered on CDs.
Video tutorials for prealgebra, algebra 1, algebra 2,
and intro physics. This will also include practice problems and quizzes
sometime during 2010-2011 school year. Includes both a free and paid (premium)
This online geometry course includes readings,
problems, videos, interactive activities, homework problems and solutions. It
is meant for K-8 teachers but will work well for middle school students as
A large online library of short video lessons and
quizzes. The videos are recorded by several different tutors, who vary in their
methods and teaching styles, so you have the chance to learn the same lesson
from several perspectives.
Mathematics Illuminated is a 13-part, integrated-media
resource created for adult learners and high school teachers. The series covers
the broad scope of human knowledge through the study of mathematics and its
relevance in the world today. It reaches beyond formulas and computations to
explore the math of patterns, symmetry, relationships, multiple dimensions, and
more, all the while uncovering the secrets and hidden delights of the
ever-evolving world of mathematics. This course us videos, online texts, web
interactive activities, and group activities.
A website featuring short movies that show how algebra
or science is used in the real world, plus supplemental activities & lesson
plans. On the website you can view the movie clips and activities for free, or
purchase a DVD that has them.
These are from Charles A. Dana Center at The
University of Texas at Austin. The benchmarks describe the content and skills
necessary for students on any given grade (K-6), or by strands (K-6 and 7-12).
You can use these to have an idea of what topics to cover on any grade.