Top 5 Math Websites for Homework Help & Test Prep

Whether you are looking to strengthen your child’s math skills or find a video to help with a tricky concept, the teacher tested sites below will do the trick.  

Khan Academy— The overwhelming favorite for math and science concepts grades K-12, Khan Academy is organized by grade level and then topics aligned with the Common Core Standards.  Simple video tutorials walk students through the basic steps of every skill.  This is a lifesaver since the homework gets harder and your skills may be…rusty.  We’ve all been there. Mrs. Quinn gives her stamp of approval. Pin this one!

IXL–This site offers high-quality online practice and feedback for all subjects and all grade levels.  A membership is expensive; HOWEVER, the site offers 20 questions a day for free–the perfect amount for a few days of test prep.  Just have your child create a free account, then search by Common Core math topics.  

MathIsFun–Practice problems, games, explanations, puzzles–this site has it all for every grade level.  It’s a great site for fun test prep.

MathOpenRef– -Alternate angles? Trapezoids? Coefficients? This site offers quick, clear, explanations of terms, concepts, and formulas for older students. Your child can bookmark this one for quick reference during homework time.  Ms. Vasile approves!

HenryAnker.com—  This simple site, developed by a classroom teacher, offers online practice for all the Common Core Standards grades K-8.  This is Mrs. Zuccaro’s “go to” site for test prep!

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