Math is Fun- This site offers mathematics in an enjoyable and easy-to-learn manner, because the makers believe that mathematics is and should be fun. It aims to cover the full Kindergarten to Year 12 curriculum. Below are links to sections of the site that we have found helpful for tutoring:
Curriculum– An indispensable, fun math tutor resource! Comprehensive PreK-12 math curriculum with complete math lessons, divided by year and topic. Each lesson is a detailed, easy-to-understand walkthrough with practice questions at the end.
Math Trainer– Addictive game for memorizing basic addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts. Perfect for the student who hasn’t memorized their math facts or wants to improve their speed. Use the bar on the left hand side of the page to enter the mathematical operation that you would like to work on as well as other game specifics.
GCF Learn Free – A free resource site that features a collection of lessons on basic math.
Khan Academy– It’s a nonprofit with the goal of changing education for the better by providing a free world-class education for anyone anywhere. There are hundreds of lessons on here that come in the form of videos. The math section of the Academy is spectacular, and ranges from early math to trigonometry. As a tutor, it may be a good idea to refresh your math skills using this site if your participant would like to learn math that you may have forgotten since school, long ago. As a participant, this is a great site for them to watch videos and learn how to do all kinds of math.
Udacity– This site has some helpful videos for beginning math as well as other subjects. It’s mostly other subjects on here, but there are some useful math videos too if you are willing to look for them.
Saylor U– Here, the Math lessons are arranged by grade level. If your participant is not at a sixth grade math level yet, I would’t bother here. However, if he or she is, this could be a great resource.
Learner’s TV– There are some basic Math Lessons here as well as more difficult ones. All of the lessons come in the form of videos. This could be a good site for volunteers and participants to use together, or perhaps something participants could do in their free time to learn.
IXL- ‘Math practice that feels like play! This site supports dynamic, adaptive learning for free!’ That was the description on the webpage. Pre-K through high school math is on here. It may be a fun resource to get into.
Free Rice- Learn Multiplication and Basic Math (Pre-Algebra) while simultaneously feeding the hungry! This site is fun and rewarding.
Math Playground– Participants can practice math skills with fun and challenging games.
Soft Schools– Free math concepts, tips, games, and worksheets.
Turtle Diary– It’s a unique collection of interactive and fun educational games that can assist you in teaching important concepts that focus on specific math skills.
Family Learning– Here are some free online multiplication games that will provide a lot of times table practice.
Math.com– This site has everything. Really. Check it out.
Hot Math– Go here and click the geometry topic you are studying to activate an engaging activity.
Ventura Adult Ed GED Math– Learn all of the GED Math your learners need to know to do well on their GED test. This site is broken down into lessons that can be helpful for your own lesson plans.
Math Playground– Just like the name sounds, this site is a fun outlet full of Math games that can boost your Math skills and knowledge!
Arcademics– Play fun basic math games. This website is mostly for beginners.
Math-Aids-This site provides free math worksheets for tutors and learners. The math worksheets are randomly and dynamically generated by math worksheet generators. This allows you to make an unlimited number of printable math worksheets to your specifications instantly.