by Christina Yeager
Math is a vital element of developmental education and it’s no surprise that most states require mathematics curriculum for homeschoolers. Instruction materials are the sole management homeschooling parents, guardians, tutors and teachers’. Finding helpful and productive resources can be a challenge. Here are five more online resources for math that homeschoolers can use to satisfy curriculum requirements.
Math Worksheet Center
Math Worksheet Center provides numerous worksheet resources for just about ‘everything math’ if not everything. Algebra, exponents, graphs and charts and even trigonometry sheets can be found on the website - and that’s just to name a few.
The website of Math-Drills.Com has a comprehensive assortment of worksheets as well. Matter of fact, the site information boasts availability over 50 thousand worksheets to help traditional and homeschool students learning proper math technique and the execution of problems.
The YouTube channel of Math Antics has a massive video playlist for simple to complex learning. If a homeschool student is struggling to understand a certain area of a current lesson plan, this is an excellent resource to utilize. Also, all of the videos you can access on YouTube can be found on the Math Antics website as well. This may help to find search videos easier.
Math-Aids.Com may or may not be an affiliate of Mat-Drills.Com, even if that were true, it’s a great online resource for math worksheets. According to the website, 1223 unique worksheets in over 94 different math topics are available on the website. You can disregard the ads on the site by joining the ad-free member’s area.
The Math Worksheet Site
The Math Worksheet Site is another fantastic resource for math worksheets. The site contains a ‘worksheet generator’ that allows you to construct unique lessons. Gain even more material by becoming a subscriber, which is not free. However, those interested can give the site a ‘test drive’ and receive a temporary password for a 3 weeks trial period.