General Numeracy Websites (K-3)

General Math Websites for Grades K-3

  1. AAA Math – Features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons for K-8 students. Great for practice at home or at school.
  2. ABC Teach – Free resources available (starred items are premium). However, members receive unlimited access to 49,000+ cross-curricular educational resources, including interactive activities, clipart, and abctools custom worksheet generators. 
  3. Adapted Mind – Research-based and comprehensive with over 300,000 math problems and explanations. But, even better, students will feel like they are playing a game. It’s easy to see progress since the reports are simple, intuitive and actionable.
  4. Aleks – An online math assessment and adaptive learning program for grades 3–12 that helps students review and successfully master the skills needed to meet critical mathematical benchmarks and standards. 
  5. Assistments – A free tool for assigning and assessing Gr. 2-12 math problems and homework. Teachers can select and assign problem sets from other providers or various textbook curricula/assessments. Questions range from Skill Builders to Problem Sets to Exit Tickets, and all work can be assigned through Canvas or Google Classroom. Once they get an assignment, students can complete it at their own pace with the help of hints, multiple chances and immediate feedback. Teachers get instant results broken down by individual student or for the whole class.
  6. A to Z Teacher Stuff – A selection of math worksheets for K – 8 math classes but the resources are limited and don’t necessarily have all math strands.
  7. BBC Bitesize (Maths) and – Simple-to-follow lessons and videos for pupils aged 4 to 14. Catch up or keep learning with short films, quizzes and practice activities that deliver key topics in the classroom or at home.
  8. BrainPOP Jr. – Short videos are a terrific introduction to any topic. Use the videos to spark interest on a new topic or to reinforce what they’ve already learned in a K-3 class.  Guide students through the activities you think are beneficial — or allow students to choose.
  9. ClassK12 – At the time of adding this website, it was free for teachers but there is some indication that may be “free to try” in the future. It’s pretty straightforward and easy to use. Adjust the difficulty level to match student performance. Real-time feedback and performance reports. K-6 students can practice before they “play” in whatever assignment given. Worksheets are also provided.
  10. Common Core Sheets – Math worksheets for just about all math strands. Options can be chosen and it can be downloaded as a PDF. In some case, there is a distance learning option as well. Good for planning lessons, review, and independent work. 
  11. CoolMath4Kids – Aimed at K-5 students, there are some math games, lessons in basic operations or fractions, some neat manipulatives and brain teasers. Check out the “more” section for a couple of cool items that are likely overlooked most of the time.
  12. Dad’s Worksheets – Despite a few pesky ads to contend with, this website is excellent for any educator needing to provide worksheets in a pinch. It is an extensive selection of math for K – 6 students in all the strands. There are some great calculators available too.
  13. Doodle Learning – An interactive and adaptive learning program for strengthening math skills. Initially, students take a diagnostic assessment quiz. The data helps when generating “4/5/6/7 a Day” practice questions. There’s a toolkit for selected questions with useful items like protractors and rulers. As students correctly answer questions and play games, they earn stars that can be exchanged to build customizable cartoon robots. 
  14. Dreambox – A K-8 digital math program designed to complement any math curriculum. The rigorous and interactive lessons adapt to each student, providing the ultimate personalized learning experience.
  15. Education City – Offers a number of different tools and content types to provide enriched, whole-child learning. The assessment and revision Journal tools are perfect for pinpointing and addressing learning gaps. Using PlayLive Maths, students race one another to answer as many questions as they can in 60 seconds. Note: The parent company, Edmentum, will redirect you to the program for your country.
  16. eSpark Learning – Students begin an adaptive pathway with direct instruction and practice after taking an initial placement test. Teachers can assign specific standards to reinforce skills where K-5 students need more practice. Perfect for whole class, independent work time, or remote learning.
  17. First in Math – Whether K-8 students are working on addition or algebra, built-in practice GOALS encourage achievement and keep them energized to sustain accelerated effort over time.
  18. Fluency & Fitness + – Provides educational brain breaks, games, multi-sensory videos, digital task cards and other activities to help K-2 students review math topics.
  19. Get More Math – Provides cumulative practice sessions uniquely tailored to each student’s needs, supporting mastery of new skills and long-term retention for Grades 3 and up. Individualized adaptive, cumulative practice. Real-time data diagnoses for individuals and classes.
  20. Gizmos – Interactive math and science simulations for grades 3-12. Over 400 math and science Gizmos gives everyone something to graph, measure, and compare. Even predict and prove. That’s hundreds of opportunities where students don’t just act like scientists and mathematicians – they are! There are free resources available to test out.
  21. Happy Numbers – While teaching small groups, this website individualizes instruction for the rest of the class and gives you actionable insights about student growth. The thoughtfully-designed progression of skills, concepts, connections, and tools that ensures K – 5 students a firm foundation.
  22. Illustrative Mathematics (Learn Zillion) – Easy-to-use slides and teaching notes empower teachers to shift math classes from K-8 workbook time to discussion-and-problem-solving time. Each lesson includes a warm-up, activities, a cool-down, and practice problems that can be assigned to small groups and individual students.
  23. Imagine Math – Inspires a lifelong love of math within a storybook learning environment with lovable and culturally-relevant characters.  An online, adaptive, supplemental math program with math concepts reinforced by visual models, memorable songs and intentional vocabulary. For teachers, it provides scaffolded and differentiated instruction with adaptive, diagnostic assessment.
  24. Interactivate – The creation, collection, evaluation and dissemination of interactive courseware (grade 3 – 12) for exploration in science and mathematics.
  25. Istation Math – Learners are instantly placed in appropriate game-like instructional experiences, in which they follow an individualized instructional path based on their progress in the content. Teachers then have immediate access to personalized data profiles to guide instructional decision-making.
  26. Illustrative Mathematics (Learn Zillion) – Easy-to-use slides and teaching notes empower teachers to shift math classes from K-8 workbook time to discussion-and-problem-solving time. Each lesson includes a warm-up, activities, a cool-down, and practice problems that can be assigned to small groups and individual students.
  27. Kids Math TV – Provides video tutorials, worksheets & games for K-7 students. It will serve as a private math tutor and math help for children.  Videos cover various math topics from learning to count to solving algebra problems. Children will learn to solve specific math problems.
  28. Knowledgehook – An interactive math assessment tool for gr. 3-12 students. The practice tests and assessments, called “Gameshows”, include settings that allow teachers to award students for time achievements, create a class leaderboard, show benchmarks and allow students to upload pictures of their work. A basic report shows which students have completed Gameshows and how many questions they got correct. Note: The premium version provides more benefits for a fee.
  29. Mashup Math – A creative solution aiming to encourage a passion and interest in math. It has a library of 100+ math video lessons and other resources. Free worksheets available but everything else requires a membership.
  30. Mathchimp –  A free directory of math games, videos, and worksheets for Gr. 1-8. This website organizes the external resources so they’re easier to find. In addition to searching, teachers can add resources to the site.
  31. Math Fact Cafe – Math drills, flashcards, counting, time, money, and more for K-5 students.
  32. Math Shed – Mastery teaching slides following a whole-class, no worksheets approach. Develop math number sense through times-tables, number bonds, powers of ten and more. Use the system to set students deadlines and to make relevant math challenges available to them. Detailed reporting of students’ activity and competence over time. Doing the marking for you!
  33. Mathsphere – A world leader in Maths Education, providing software at realistic prices which will enable students to enjoy their maths, become confident in their own ability, quick and accurate in mental arithmetic and proficient with pencil and paper methods. There are free samples available.
  34. Math Solutions – – Math Solutions is dedicated to improving students’ learning of mathematics by providing educators with the highest-quality professional learning services and resources.
  35. Mathville – Educational online math games and learning activities created for K-8 students. Good practice website on any number of math topics.
  36. Math Worksheets 4 Kids – These practice worksheets cover all the key math topics like number sense, measurement, statistics, geometry, pre-algebra and algebra. Packed here are workbooks for grades K-8, teaching resources and high school worksheets with accurate answer keys and free sample printables.
  37. Math World – Contains over 300 courses that cover all learning goals for K-6 students. Each grade has 48 math courses that can be followed randomly or by a suggested route on the interactive map. A list view option has been provided to make it easier to find specific math topics.
  38. Matific – Students can play Matific for 30 minutes a week at school or at home. Weekly updates sent to teachers to keep them informed of their students’ progress. If teachers want to cover specific content, they can simply assign this content for students to complete and it will be seamlessly integrated into their workflow. 
  39. MIND Research Institute – Through ongoing research, it continues to investigate key questions about learning, mathematics, and how the brain works. It is a visual instructional program that leverages the brain’s innate spatial-temporal reasoning ability to solve mathematical problems.
  40. MobyMax – The three-pronged approach highlights personalized learning, assessments, and interactive activities. The math section not only concentrates on K-8 math concepts but fact fluency and an emphasis on numbers. It is free to sign up with some access to resources but a license may be needed for more in-depth resources. Designed for U.S. Schools but international schools are welcome.
  41. Mr. Nussbaum Learning and Fun – Developed with the idea that crucial concepts, themes, ideas, and fact sets taught in the classroom can be enhanced over the internet through interactivity.  Offers interactive games specifically designed to essential concepts taught in elementary years and research themes designed to make the process of gathering information interactive and enjoyable.
  42. Numberock – A collection of music videos that teach and reinforce K-5 mathematical concepts and numeracy to make learning math fun in a whole new way. Downloadable Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Games, and Anchor Charts are also available.
  43. Origo Connects – An opportunity for parents and caregivers to connect directly with school, allowing for a seamless transition from mathematics classroom instruction to follow-up home support. Activities are organized by topics enabling teachers or caregivers to choose the content to match students’ learning needs.
  44.   PBS Learning Media (Math) – Ranges from counting cardinal numbers to linear equations and functions. Review the calculation of area using a Cyberchase video, continue on to find the area of combined shapes using a Math Active interactive lesson and assess their understanding using Khan Academy.
  45. Primary Homework Help (Math) – Interactive online activities, worksheets and math investigations to help with mental math skills as well as the topics of number sense, shape and space, statistics and probability as well as measurement.
  46. Primary Resources – Provides a selection of PDF, MS Word and PowerPoint resources made by teachers for students in Key Stages 1 and 2 (or K – 6).
  47. Prodigy Education – Engage students as they explore the Math Game world, where they answer math questions to complete epic quests and earn rewards. While students play, real-time data creates progress, comprehension and coverage reports for you – no grading required.
  48. Redbird Mathematics – A digital curriculum platform (now part of McGraw-Hill Education) that incorporates robust, research-based adaptive technology. Teachers can assign students to grade-level learning tracks or let them sort themselves with a course placement activity. Students then work through a series of exercises to demonstrate prior mastery (Show What You Know), learn new concepts and then practice what they learned. 
  49. Scholastic Teachables (Math) – More than 1,500 math lesson plans and teaching ideas that span more than 25 different math concepts and skills.
  50. School Friendzy – A collaborative learning system for teachers and Gr. 1-12 students with a strong focus on math. Students can complete assignments and quizzes created by their teachers, search for tutorial videos, complete math problems individually or in competition with other students and collaborate with other students. Teachers can create and check assignments or register and manage students. One of the collaborative features allows students to see how their classmates answered a problem correctly. 
  51. SenTeacher – A limited number of printables and downloads but there is also access to weblinks and information on how to assist students with special needs. The Print tools  allow you to create, adapt and share teaching resources for a wide-range of abilities.
  52. SoftSchools – Although it is a K – 12 website, this section provides information about math concepts and tips as well as games and worksheets for K – 8 students. There are ads that pop up on some pages.
  53. SplashLearn – Long-term learning goals with a Daily Learning Path unique to each K-5 child. From engaging games to interactive playsheets, there’s something for everyone. Become aware with trackable reports and watch the progress daily.
  54. ST Math – It’s unique, patented approach provides students with equitable access to learning through challenging puzzles, non-routine problem solving, and informative feedback. Note: Licenses can be purchased by schools only. Homeschool teachers can access website for free until June 30th, 2022 here.
  55. Starfall – Originally set up as a reading program, it has progressed to introducing math concepts for K-3 students. The Kindergarten section has numbers, Kindergarten math, geometry & measurement and math songs. The Grade 1-3 section has a little bit of all the math strands separated into the respective grade groups – except geometry and measurement which has its own category.
  56. Study Jams (Scholastic) – A place for grades 3-6 students to learn, review, and practice math topics. Engaging videos, songs, slide shows, karaoke songs, and quizzes cover a range of skills.
  57. Sumdog – The free option is limited with six math games, a free diagnostic tool, adaptive questions tailored to each child’s level, personalised practice for times tables and a heatmap report of results to easily identify gaps. For more in-depth information and resources, a subscription will be necessary.
  58. SuperKids – Math drill sheets for grades 2-6 on the topics of basic operations, numeration, order of operations, telling time, pre-algebra, fractions, decimals, percents and more. Simply select the type of problem, the maximum and minimum numbers to be used and print.
  59. Syvum – Provides very simplistic math games and worksheets under the label of “Math Homework Help”. It also has word problems, quizzes and brain teasers for students aged 6-14.
  60. Tailor-Ed – Create limitless lesson plans or exit tickets, gain access to 5000+ resources and have all the premium content Tailor-ED offers at no extra charge. There is an all-new resource library and just-in-time student insights as well.
  61. Tang Math – Provides unparalleled math lessons for students as well as professional development for in-service teachers. Games and resources are free but there is a cost for everything else. (Prior to August 7th, 2021, the website was
  62. Teach Starter – Very good selection of teching resources but the free option truly is limited. Numeracy teaching resources include lesson and unit plans, PowerPoint presentations, worksheets, posters, games, maths investigations, activities and interactive widgets.
  63. Teacher Led – All of the manipulative-style resources on it are designed to help the teacher lead the lesson. The purpose is to allow the teacher to explain, demonstrate and provide examples to further the students’ understanding of the lesson.  In addition to the teaching aids, there are challenge resources available for students to practise and revise what they have learned.
  64. The Daily Cafe (Math Daily Three) – A framework for structuring math time so students develop deep conceptual understanding, mathematical proficiency, and a true love of mathematics. In addition, teachers are able to provide differentiated instruction, helping to ensure that all students reach their potential. Note: There is limit free access but to get true benefit pf information, a premium plan needs to be purchased.
  65. Think Math! – The curriculum fosters a student’s natural curiosity and building skills by embedding useful practice in puzzles, investigations, and games. It also helps develop strong mathematical habits of mind—the mathematical practices—by providing opportunities for surprise, pattern finding, and mathematical thinking even in “routine” exercise.
  66. Tumble Math – Educators have long known that one of the most effective ways to teach math concepts, especially to reluctant learners, is by using stories and literature. This is the most comprehensive collection of math picture books that can be found anywhere. The books are accompanied by supplementary materials such as lesson plans and quizzes. There are discounts for schools and libraries; inquiries can be made by the email address provided.
  67. VMath – A targeted math intervention program for struggling students in grades 2–8 that provides additional opportunities to master critical math concepts and skills. It delivers essential content using strategies proven to accelerate and motivate at-risk students.
  68. VMath Live – Empowers K-8 students to master math content at their own pace in a motivating online environment. The learning is structured so students work sequentially through the lessons and can earn badges, trophies, and points.
  69. Wide Open School – Daily Plans offer grab-and-go lessons, life skills, and refreshing brain breaks. The Family & Teacher Center has guides for the best ways to support your learners. They are adding new learning tools to the site daily. Note: Their partners are stepping up to help by offering free and low-cost internet and devices and making resources available offline or on smartphones.
  70. WootMath – Offers adaptive practice for teaching rational numbers and related topics, such as fractions, decimals, and ratios to students in Grades 3-7. The free tier allows two self-paced units, access to the lesson library (but cannot copy, edit or share), reporting features, google classroom integration and online support. There are more features available to subscribers as well as access to the Escape Rooms and Math Jam.
  71. Worksheet Genius – It has been offering completely free, printable, differentiated, randomized math worksheets for K – 6 classrooms since 2007.
  72. Worksheet Works – Great website with worksheet generators to customize math worksheets for the basic math topics and word problems needed for a K – 8 classroom.
  73. Wowzers – An interactive, adaptive math program that provides students opportunities to learn, practice, and apply new concepts. Each session is organized in a traditional workshop model. Start with a pre-assessment and follow with a lesson, practice, games/quests and the final quiz. Remediation steps are provided for students that struggle with a concept. 
  74. Zearn (Math) – A learning and teaching program created by teachers, for teachers, where all kids can love learning math. Materials, data, and support for daily math, all in one place. Over 800 digital lessons where kids independently learn and practice the same concepts they are learning in the classroom.
  75. Zorbit’s Math – In-game experiences are supported by a library of hands-on Classroom Resources that are adaptable, playful, and classroom-tested. Craft targeted assignments and use specific activity recommendations to help close gaps, cement strengths and promote a growth mindset.  Zorbit’s Math is for K-3 students and Mathstoria is the 4-6 program starting in 2021.

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