Helpful Links for Teachers and Administrators
Log into the Everyday Mathematics website for fun and creative math games.
Log into the Everyday Mathematics website to access the publisher's online assessment and planning tools.
For technical support, contact McGraw-Hill, the publisher of Everyday Mathematics.
Extra Math Practice
The links below may provide students with an opportunity for practice. These websites are not connected to CEMSE or to Everyday Mathematics and our posting them does not constitute an endorsement.
This page contains a list of games listed by grades and units.
IXL provides a fun and engaging environment in which students can practice their math skils and be rewarded for their hard work. If you purchase a membership, you can also set goals, track students' progress, and monitor their usage information.
This site features a library of over 2,700 instructional videos and 240 practice exercises covering a variety of subjects, including many elementary mathematics topics.
XtraMath is a free web-based program that helps students master basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts. Students learn to recall them quickly and accurately and can then use these math facts as a basis on which to build more complex problem-solving skills.
Special Interest Groups
CREDE is dedicated to supporting students who are hindered by language or cultural barriers, race, geography, or poverty. To this end, the CREDE website provides tools and resources to assist educators of these students.
This website is directed at teachers and parents of students with learning disorders or ADHD, offering everything from the basic facts about learning disabilities to expert advice on working with children with LD.
The NAGC website provides information and resources to help teachers, parents, and administrators work with students who demonstrate outstanding levels of aptitude or competence.
CEMELA is an interdisciplinary, multi-university consortium focused on the mathematics education of low-income Latino students in the US. The CEMELA website also provides information relevant to working with other linguistic and cultural minority groups, as it is more broadly interested in turning language and cultural diversity into an educational asset.