Traditional study and homework has evolved with the development of the internet. It can be an invaluable resource that turns a dreaded task into alot of fun. Many websites offer activities that help children learn skills and reinforce concepts through flashcards, practice tests, interactive games, worksheets, and much more. Below are a few suggestions for math websites:

**www.aplusmath.com ** [2] Practice math skills using the game room, flashcards, word finds, and printable worksheets. Students can also input a problem and it will determine if your answer is correct or not. Topics include addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, square root, rounding, time, money, geometry, algebra, fractions, and decimals.

**www.mathcafe.com** [3]** [3] **1st- 4th graders can build worksheets, print premade worksheets, use flashcards and play games. Topics include addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, time, and money.

**www.coolmath4kids.com** [4] Students learn using prepared lessons, a math dictionary, games, math art, and puzzles. Addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, fractions, decimals, algebra, calculus, and trigonometry are covered.

**www.freerice.com ** [5] Students can practice basic math skills. For every problem that is solved correctly, ten grains of rice is donated to the World Food Programme of the United Nations.

**www.aaamath.com ** [6] Kindergarteners through 8th graders can practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, estimation, fractions, geometry, graphs, measurement, money, ratios, and statistics.