These skills are rooted in algebra, geometry, statistics and other topics.
In total, the online academy has more than 20,000 closed-captioned videos and material covering more than 5,000 topics.
After selecting one, you can set the lowest and highest numbers to appear in the questions, as well as the number of questions on the worksheet.
It takes a click to generate an accompanying answer sheet.
The library contains manipulation tasks targeted to students from pre-kindergarten to grade 12.
For example, a grade 6 geometry activity involves using geoboards to illustrate area, perimeter and rational number concepts. The website lists skills, such as telling time and the order of operations.
Created by Utah State University, the online library’s goal is purely to engage students.
Specifically, it’s to help teachers provide students with more activities.
Math Goodies also appeals to diverse learners by featuring free puzzles, articles and word problems to complement the lessons.
You can use the website to create custom worksheets, too.
The resources target students from kindergarten to grade 12, including printable rulers and measurement conversion tables.
You can pair them with Teacher Vision’s lesson plans, but you must be a registered user to access them.
Regardless, you can access relevant lessons from teachers across the United States.