HOW TO DO MATH: KNOWING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NOT KNOWING AND NOT KNOWING YET!
FREE MATH LEARNING WEBSITES AND TOOLS: MATH APPS, EXTENSIONS AND WEB LINKS
The internet provides abundant FREE resources to supplement student learning, all designed to elevate student "confusion" to a "conclusion". Khan Academy set the standard for innovative online instruction, however there are other powerful resources: LEARN ZILLION, Bill Gates' investment in "Teachers for Teachers", recruited the best teachers in the United States to develop K12 Common Core video instruction in math and language arts. The Virtual Nerd provides, 37 minute math training videos, and Pearson.com released their preCommon Core math text books, which provide spectacular video training, and online assessments. New releases reflect the advancement in immersion technology tools, such as Braingenie which adds another layer of engagement, multiplayer games and leaderboards within math and science content.
FOR GRADES K12: BRAINGENIE: The most comprehensive assessment practice center from Kindergarten math to 12th Grade Pre Calculus. Students can set up multiplayer games and compete in real time. Teachers can set up classes and provide formative assessment. Includes assessment practice in physics, biology and chemistry.
Braingenie Link: http://braingenie.ck12.org/ 
FOR K8
MATH GAMES: Math Games for K8 is an exciting suite of games that uses a customized learning approach based on each student’s mastery of a skill. Because it adapts to student strength, and provides powerful feedback loops, students won’t get bored. These skills are perfectly aligned to grade level curriculum standards and usually take less than five minutes to complete. A great way to review or practice previous learning or a place to accelerate one's skills. Teachers can set up classrooms and monitor student progress through learning platforms like Edmodo and Google Classroom Link on picture or: https://www.mathgames.com/

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FREE VIDEO TRAINING:K12
SIXTH GRADE THROUGH ALGEBRA 2: This website was created by expert math tutors to provide clarity and deeper understanding of math. http://www.virtualnerd.com/ 
KINDERGARTEN THROUGH TWELTH GRADE: This link provide teachers and students access to 1000+ high quality lessons, videos, practice sheets and much more, in both math and language arts. Signing up is FREE.Teachers can send assignments to Google Classroom and Edmodo. https://learnzillion.com/landing

SAL KHAN: A nonprofit video sharing company, provides FREE expert training in math, art, computer programming, economics, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, arts humanities, finance, history, and more.

KHAN ACADEMY: KCOLLEGESal Khan's helpful math videos went viral, providing help to eager but confused learners. With support from Google, Bill Gates and other funders, he set the gold standard for expert video training. Teachers can set up classes, students can create their independent learning challenges.

PEARSON MATH BOOK RESOURCES
After the Common Core was introduced, text book companies, like Pearson, provide free access to their materials. Click on this image, and it will take you out to traditional text books, some with video training and practice tests graded on line. Others are just the text book with answer keys. This is a perfect resource for a student who wants to practice skills.
FOR HIGH SCHOOL: DESMOS GRAPHING CALCULATOR:Recognized by Bill Gates as one of the top ten apps of the year. FREE!! Includes teacher lesson plans, student training videos, etc: LEARN DESMOS LINK: learn.desmos.com/graphing

LINK TO TEACHER TRAINING DESMOS GOOGLE SLIDE PRESENTATION: http://bit.do/dGCFL

Fee Based Math: AdaptedMind Math is full preassessment, progress tracking, lesson, and practice product. It provides engaging challenges, positive feedback loops in a gameified learning environment. Cost: $9.95 a month and covers 5 children. Over 60% of school districts use this, so check with your district before ordering this product. This product includes reading. 
In the link to this blog, the author provides TWENTY Chrome Web Extensions, Chrome Web Apps, and Addons for Docs, Sheets, and Forms, tools that will help both teachers and students learn and explore math more effectively in a digital world. "Moreover, many of the extensions, apps, and addons will actually increase students’ options for collaboration, critical thinking, inquiry, and exploration of mathematical concepts. SEE. http://www.controlaltachieve.com/2016/10/mathextensionsappsaddons.html