When I was teaching, the number one question I would receive from parents was, "How can I help my child from home?" I have a few go-to websites that I always suggested! There are a plethora of free websites that are really engaging for kids of all ages. Here are a few of my favorites:
Khan Academy - Khan Academy is a GREAT tool for children (or adults!) of any age to learn new material. They have instructional videos in a variety of levels from kindergarten through calculus. After watching a video, there are practice exercises. You continue until you master a concept, and then move on to the next concept! Get stuck? Watch a video or get up to three hints!
Math Playground - Math Playground has games for children in 1st grade through pre-algebra. This is a great resource for concepts that have already been learned but may need additional practice!
Fun Brain - Fun Brain has many games and instructional videos that really hook in a child. They are unique and definitely engaging. This website is geared for pre-k all the way through 8th grade.
Math Play - Math Play has many games for children in grades 1st grade through 8th grade. They also have multi-player games if your child has a friend or sibling who want to join!
IXL - IXL is a great source to use for practicing concepts already familiar to you. They do not show you a video prior to practicing, but if you get an answer incorrect you receive step by step instructions so you can understand where a mistake was made. The catch with this website is you are only allowed 10 practice problems for free per day! If you want to receive a membership for unlimited practice, it is currently $9.95 per month.
Many of these websites also have content in reading as well! Check them out and let me know what you think. Have a favorite that you would like to see added to the list? Let me know below!