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Math Interactive Glossary
This glossary was developed for teachers, but is helpful to parents in exploring and understanding mathematics vocabulary used in the K-8 math TEKS. Each term is displayed in a four quadrant Frayer Model that includes My Definition, Key Characteristics, Example, and Non-Example.

Math Tips for Parents

STAAR Mathematics Resources
This webpage contains STAAR resources for grades 3-8 mathematics, Algebra I, and Algebra II assessments.

Great Math Website for Kids
Great Websites for Kids is a compilation of exemplary websites geared to children from birth to age 14.

Figure This! Parent Corner

You Cubed

Sesame Street Happy, Healthy, Ready for School: Math Is Everywhere™

NCTM Illuminations
While Illuminations is a resource for teachers, and parents benefit by having free access to quality standards-based resources for mathematics, including interactive tools for students that can be a learning supplement in the home.


Virtual Nerd
Over 1,500 video lessons covering Middle Grades Math through Algebra 2.

Bibliotech Math Power Hour
Free math tutoring sessions for patrons of any age that need tutoring with math classes or homework.

Khan Academy
Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom.

WebMATH is a math-help web site that generates answers to specific math questions and problems, as entered by a user, at any particular moment. WebMATH also shows the student how to arrive at the answer.

Young Mathematicians Math Games
These games for children ages 3 to 6 years old are designed to be both simple to use and very engaging.

Math at Home
This website is designed to help parents and teachers foster the development of early math skills in children between the ages of birth and five.

Making Math a Family Thing
Strategies for parents and teachers on closing the math gap between home and school.