Middle School Math: Resources for Students, Teachers and Parents
The Middle School Math Web Guide offers the best online resources for pre-algebra, algebra and geometry, including explanations of basic concepts and tutorials on advanced skills. Whether you’re a student looking for middle school math help, a teacher interested in extending a lesson for a class of seventh graders, or a parent struggling with the challenge of helping your child with a topic you haven’t studied in years, you’ll find everything you need in the Middle School Math Web Guide.Educators: Sign up for our education newsletter.
In middle school, you’re learning fractions and decimals, and the basics of algebra and geometry. It helps to have places to go online for math homework help and math activities. The sites below are full of student resources for middle school math.
Use the sites below to find lesson plans and teaching resources for middle school math students at different learning levels. You'll also find online games and activities that can help students with math and computer literacy at the same time.
- Many Web sites that are unattractive or hard to navigate are full of good educational resources. Although findingDulcinea usually weeds out sites for poor design, we’ve made some exceptions here to bring you as much information as possible.
- We also usually avoid recommending sites that are directories of links to other sites. In our education guides, we make exceptions to this rule in order to provide as much helpful content as possible. Make sure to approach every directory with caution and evaluate the links before using a tool in the classroom.
- Check the “Student Resources for Middle School Math” section of this Web guide for more Web sites to use in the classroom.
In middle school, your child may need your help with concepts you haven’t studied since you sat at a school desk yourself. Using these parent resources for middle school math, you can relearn middle school math concepts while helping your child master them for the first time.
- Ask your child’s teacher what the class is studying and what’s coming up in the next few units so you can prepare ahead of time and make sure your child is ready when the unit starts.
- Take a look at the other sections in this Web guide for more sites that may help you at home. And visit the findingDulcinea Homeschooling Web Guide for ideas about bringing math into the home classroom.