I thought I would share some of my favorite Common Core Math websites and how I use them. I teach math grades 4-6 in one room at the same time, so access to easy differentiated practice is awesome. My students work on lessons through our curriculum, but I supplement with a lot of websites and paper practice.
IXL is amazing for practice from pre-K to Algebra. The students can click on the exact links they need. It works really well because it tells students what they did wrong, and they can find exactly what they need. I also can send specific links to students via edmodo. The only downside is that I cannot assign links to kids. They just added grammar for grades 2-4 as well. They are supposed to be adding the grammar for grade 5 in January.
Sumdog is a great website that is common core aligned with math practice up to grades 6. They can play games, so it makes spiral review fun. Sometimes my students act like they don't like Sumdog as much anymore, but it seems like it would be more fun as a game. They have grammar practice as well.
Jen Runde mentioned this website on Facebook last night. I checked it out. I couldn't figure it out after like 5 minutes, so I gave up but it seems like it could be a more involved game instead of just small games.
I love Scootpad because for the $5 a month subscription you can assign specific skills to specific students. I am going to use Scootpad as more of an assessment and IXL as more practice. I love that Scootpad is one of the few with reading practice by standard as well!
Xtramath is great for math fact practice, and it is free.
Buzzmath is a website for Common Core practice for grades 6-8. They have missions and little tutorials. My grade 6 math class likes this website. It is all led by a little mad scientist.
What are your favorite common core math websites?