Wednesday, December 9, 2015

6 Math Video Websites for Upper Elementary Students

Math is definitely  my favorite subject to teach.  I love to use a math workshop model and teach my students in a small group setting.  I also love to find short, focused videos to introduce/review math topics.  Below are 6 websites that you can search and find videos to use during your math whole class instruction.  

1. Art of Problem Solving

This website has a large collection of math videos.  The videos are for older students (grades 5+).

2. KhanAcademy

This website is pretty awesome! You can search by topic or grade-level.  What is neat is that there is a path you can follow that has videos and practice problems.

3. VirtualNerd

The videos on this website are so well organized!  They are prefect if you are looking for a short video to introduce/review a topic.  (grades 1 - highschool)

4. LearnZillion

This is my favorite website for math videos!  You can search any topic and then narrow it down by grade-level and standard.  The example problems and explanations are very detailed.  

5. MathAntics

The videos on this website are very entertaining and teach a lot of math vocabulary.  The videos are all free and organized by topic. 

6. Estimation 180

Even though this website is not 100% videos, it is pretty awesome!  There are currently 210+ estimation challenges for students to complete.  You can complete one challenge a day when you have a few free minutes.