This guide contains interactive activities that complement the Math curriculum from Grades 4-6.

- Aboriginal Math GamesFind math activities based on traditional Indigenous games. These games were played by tribes that lived throughout the continent that became North America.
- BBC Maths: Ages 11-16UK math resources for students ages 11-16
- BrainPop: Math Calculations & ComputationsEngaging animated learning videos, games, quizzes, and activities to encourage kids on their unique learning path
- Calculation NationA free education service that uses the power of the Web to let students play games and challenge opponents from anywhere in the world. At the same time, students are able to challenge themselves by investigating significant mathematical content and practicing fundamental skills.
- Can Figure It GeometryCreated by teachers, this highly interactive tool provides an easy-to-use workspace where students can practice proofs while exercising their deductive reasoning muscles.
- Cool Math GamesThis site has an extensive preview and review of precalculus and calculus in addition to their elementary and middle school games and reviews.
- CorbettmathsThis free UK resource provides K-12 math videos, math practice questions, and worksheets with answers.
- Cree Dictionary of Mathematical Terms for Elementary ClassesCreated in 2020 at the University of Regina, this is the first Cree dictionary to focus on math terms used in the Elementary Math curriculum.
- Exploring Math Through the Construction of a Lodge Part 1Presented by an Anishinaabe educator, this video explores the math needed to construct a lodge.
- Exploring Math Through the Construction of a Lodge Part 2Presented by an Anishinaabe educator, this video explores the math needed to construct a lodge.
- Funbrain: Math ZoneMath games for students from K to 8.
- Futuristic Math:Math topics and activities from kindergarten to 7th grades. Each topic is covered with worksheets pdf downloads, printable tests, online games, online quizzes, fun games, printable board game samples and templates, and puzzles
- How to Learn Math: For StudentsHow to Learn Math is a free self-paced class for learners of all levels of mathematics. It combines really important information on the brain and learning with new evidence on the best ways to approach and learn math effectively.
- Indigenous Mathematics K-12 NetworkThis network brings teachers, students, parents, administrators and academics together to explore and imagine ways of improving mathematics education for Aboriginal learners. Find ideas, lessons and other math resources.
- Khan AcademyFind videos, tutorials, and other educational content on a wide variety of topics.
- Manipulatives for the Upper ElementaryOn this webpage, you can access math manipulative activities, one for each of the three grades and for each of 7 different manipulatives.
- MashupMathA collection of free math worksheets designed for students from Grades 1 through 9.
- Math BlasterWith an exciting theme featuring aliens and outer space, Math Blaster lets your students become intergalactic heroes based on their math operation and critical thinking skills. Registration is required, but the game itself is free.
- MathCatcher: Mathematics Through Aboriginal StorytellingThis program aims to promote mathematics by encouraging students to recognize how math is used in everyday life and how it forms the basis for many of our daily decisions and life-long choices.
- MathCatcher: Stories and MoviesThese stories, based on the storytelling tradition of Indigenous peoples, offer opportunity for both elementary and secondary students to engage with math. The videos are in English, Cree, and Blackfoot.
- Math CatsThis website is a highly interactive site geared to children ages 12 and under. It includes a math art gallery, Microworlds and Logo programming and math questions on a "magic chalkboard."
- Math ChaseFree online learning games to help students practice their math skills. Games include times tables and problems for addition, subtraction, division, odd and even, sequences, prime numbers and place values.
- MathiesA collection of Ontario Ministry of Education-developed resources to support mathematics learning from Kindergarten to Gr 12.
- Math InteractivesFun interactives for everything addition to probability
- Math is FunThroughout this site are concise sentences and cartoon characters, making content easier for young students to process. In addition to providing exercises that cover essential math skills, there are games and puzzles.
- Math Learning Centres: Online ManipulativesA collection of free apps available for multiple devices that allow students to work with virtual math manipulatives.
- Math NookGames and puzzles for play by students learning at home. The resources can be filtered by grade level, covering K-12, and include worksheets, mobile apps, tutorials and teaching tools. No registration is required for access to the games.
- Math PlaygroundFree math games for grades 1 to 6
- Math Songs by NumberRockCartoon videos of songs to help students from K-6 remember math concepts.
- NRICHNRICH welcomes millions of users every year to share our free, online mathematical activities for learners aged 3-19.
- NumberNutIf you are looking for math information, stay on this site. You can start by choosing one of the math topics we cover.
- NumberphileThis website is a gateway to a collection of engaging videos about mathematics and numbers. The Numberphile site features their most recent videos; many more videos are hosted on their YouTube channel, linked from this page.
- PBS Learning Media: MathematicsThis sites has K-12 math resources such as: free, high quality videos, interactive games, animations, lesson plans and other digital resources to bring math concepts to live.
- Play the Year GameThis game is geared for students in grades three through twelve with a general knowledge of mathematics. Teachers may print out activity sheet for students to record their findings, or may print sheets of manipulatives for students to use.
- SolveMe MobilesFun, introductory algebra puzzles to solve.
- Study Jams: MathLots of fun math activities and videos for students. For a full list of math study jams, click the "All Topics" button at the top of the page.
- TED: How High Can You Count on Your Fingers?How high can you count on your fingers? It seems like a question with an obvious answer. After all, most of us have ten fingers -- or to be more precise, eight fingers and two thumbs. This gives us a total of ten digits on our two hands, which we use to count to ten. But is that really as high as we can go?
- TED: How to Organize, Add and Multiply MatricesWhen you're working on a problem with lots of numbers, as in economics, cryptography or 3D graphics, it helps to organize those numbers into a grid, or matrix. Bill Shillito shows us how to work with matrices, with tips for adding, subtracting and multiplying (but not dividing!).
- Yummy MathThis site provides engaging, real-world math activities for students and teachers from K-12. The resources are free to use but a paid membership is required for more premium content.

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