This guide contains interactive activities and videos that can used with the Math curriculum from Grades 7-9.

- BBC Maths: Ages 11-16UK math resources for students ages 11-16
- 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.
- CorbettmathsThis free UK resource provides K-12 math videos, math practice questions, and worksheets with answers.
- 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.
- Figure thisA site that demonstrates challenging middle school mathematics and emphasizes the importance of high-quality math education for each and every student. Find interesting math challenges that middle-school students can do at home with their families
- Focusing on Competencies in MathActivity plans (Grades 8-12) and videos demonstrating a competencies-based approach to secondary math. Group work, problem solving on non-permanent surfaces, self-reflection, and getting students out of their chairs, and even their classroom, are some of the teaching strategies demonstrated that could be useful in many contexts.
- Funbrain: Math ZoneMath games for students from K to 8.
- Futuristic MathMath topics and activities for K-7. Lots of worksheets, printable tests, online games, online quizzes, games, and puzzles
- GeoGebraGeoGebra est un logiciel de mathématiques dynamiques, pour tous les niveaux d'éducation, qui associe géométrie, algèbre, tableur, grapheur, statistiques et calcul infinitésimal en un unique logiciel facile à utiliser.
- Get the MathAimed at middle school and high school students, the website features videos with young professionals who explain how they use algebra in their jobs.
- Good CalculatorsA collection of really good online calculators for use in every day use!
- How to Learn Math: For StudentsHow to Learn Math is a free self-paced class for learners of all levels of mathematics.
- HypatiaA free piece of software available for desktop computers that performs a "math spell check" on formulas for students.
- Indigenous Mathematics K-12 NetworkFind ideas, lessons and other math resources to use with Indigenous learners.
- MashupMathA collection of free math worksheets designed for students from Grades 1 through 9.
- MathCatcher: Stories and MoviesThese stories offer opportunity for students to engage with math. The videos are in English, Cree, and Blackfoot.
- MathiesA collection of Ontario Ministry of Education-developed resources to support mathematics learning from Kindergarten to Gr 12.
- 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 SnacksMath snacks are smart educational animations, games, and interactive tools that help mid-school learners better understand math concepts
- NRICHNRICH shares 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.
- NumberphileA collection of engaging videos about mathematics and numbers.
- Omni Calculator1550 free online calculators for you and your class to access!
- PBS Learning Media: MathematicsThis sites has excellent and engaging K-12 math resources for teachers and students
- 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.
- 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.

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