This is my collection of “Virtual Filing Cabinets” and searchable lesson databases for mathematics. These are the places that I go first when looking for resources to plan a lesson. If you know of any other great math filing cabinets, please put it in the comments section below.
Math Teacher Wiki – You can edit this page! It is an open/public wiki with resources for all levels of math. If you have a great idea or activity that you would like to add to any of these pages, just hit EDIT on the appropriate page and start typing! When you are finished, don’t forget to hit SAVE at the bottom.
TMC Website and TMC Wiki – Best professional development for math teachers anywhere, ever.
Global Math – Weekly webinars every Tuesday night at 9PM EST.
Math Subject Chats – Twitter Chat times and archives for math subject chats from middle school to calculus.
Sam Shah’s Virtual Filing Cabinet – All levels
Problem Based Curriculum Maps – CCSS aligned
Visual Pattens Website
I Love Math – All levels
Mr. Barton Algebra Resources – Includes pdf and files of games and activities
6th Grade Wiki – Addresses common core and three acts
Kristen’s Algebra I Links – Algebra I and Precalculus
Laura Candler Math Resources – Up to beginning Algebra
Project-Based Pre-Algebra Site
Craig’s GDoc Filing Cabinet – Middle School
Angela’s Online Filing Cabinet – It’s mostly middle school now but she is teaching HS this year so I expect this to change.
Sandra Miller’s Online Filing Cabinet – Alg 1, Alg 3, Geometry
Amber Caldwell’s Online Filing Cabinet – Alg I, Alg 2, PreCalc
Jefferson County Schools Math Powerpoint Presentations – K-12
UNC’s School of Education Searchable Lesson Database – All levels
NCTM Illuminations Searchable Database of Lesson Plans
SHODOR Database – online math and science activities
CREATE for Mississippi Lesson Database
Mathalicious – Real World Math Problems
Math Forum Problem of the Week – Problem Solving
Math-Aids.Com provides an unlimited amount of free math worksheets from kindergarten to high school, in a PDF format with the answer key.
Here is another resource you may want to look at. https://sites.google.com/a/wccusd.net/mcc-wccusd1/
I use it all the time.
Try these math resources too:
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Great Resource!: Please check out http://www.WhatIFMath.org – a free web resource of math experiments for grades 2-12. Read the Philosophy, the Blog, and try the experiments.
Eventually, Art Bardige, the mind behind What IF Math, plans to open up the site for students
and teachers to create and post many, many more exciting math experiments based on
real-world data and examples. Neato, Huh? thank. Frank Ferguson – p 978.313.1254
Here is a great resource to learning to count using your hands.
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Free math tool for teachers from pre-algebra to pre-calculus
You have all heard “Flip the Classroom; use Kahn Academy” The concept is a good one. We all know that a student who has been introduced to material before class catches on to it faster in the classroom. But, have you seen how kids use Kahn Academy? They open the browser window to Kahn Academy, start the video and then open up the facebook or instagram window and “listen” to the video while multi-tasking. Not the most effective way to introduce math concepts to a student.
There has to be a better way.
What if there was a free tool that introduced math concepts from pre-algebra through pre-calculus. but didn’t use video. Instead the tool had an interactive Socratic Tutor that allowed students to go step-by-step through multiple problems of the same problem type until they “got it”.
There is such a tool for math teachers. And yes, it’s free. With over 550 problem types that can generate hundreds of thousands of unique problems covering math from pre-algebra through pre-calculus. Which also includes the problem types most commonly found on the SAT and ACT.
Go to: http://www.useusinclass.com/ and register
Click on the Generate Links button
Select the Category and Sub Category and it will show the Problem Types
Click on the Problem Type to see an example
If you want to generate a link to that problem type, click the Generate Link button
After your link is generated you can cut and paste the link to your teacher web page for your students to use. It’s that simple. No cost. No charge. No fee. Students don’t have to register or share their information with us to use it. No advertising on the student’s page. Four clicks and you have the link to the resource that you can put on a page you own for your students to use.
How you elect to use the tool, from flipping the classroom to pre-test review that’s all up to you. We just want you to give it a try, and use the Suggestion button under the Settings tab to let us know how you are using it and what we can do to make the tool better and easier for you (or even what Problem Types we don’t have that you would like to see).
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I need to know how to find the unit rate can you please help me??
Check out these unique coordinate graph pictures https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Jackson-Mare especially featuring Star Wars, MLB, and Superhero themed graphs!
Here are some great notes/online textbook on high school calculus, from a very unique perspective: http://www.andrusia.com/math
I’m getting the like to “I Love Math” coming back to a dead page. That’s a shame, it was a super website.
I wonder if you have seen the new teacher worksheet site (Easy Teacher): http://www.easyteacherworksheets.com/math.html
They have a whole bunch of sheets for all grade levels. Best of all it’s free.