Brain Pop. (1999–2013). Algebra symbols, patterns, changes, variables, and quantitative relationships. Retrieved from http://www.brainpop.com/math/algebra.com
Brain Pop is an educational website that entails many short animated movies for students to use as a learning tool. Brain Pop has two main animated characters their names are Tim and Moby they are the narrators on the website. They introduce the math concepts and their experience with using the math to the audience. This website could be used to support individual, teams, and whole class learning skills. Teachers can use Brain Pop as a supplement to cultivate the student’s curiosity in math. Gamequarium. (2000-2009). The site that swims with learning fun! Retrieved from http: //www.gamequarium.com
The Gameaquarium have abundances of bright colorful, interactiviting, engaging games for students to play. The Gameaquarium is divided into three areas, which may perhaps work for every student’s needs. The teachers could use the interactive games to work out any issues that the students are having or they could use the game to advance the students to the next level. The website is free, which makes it splendid for the students. They can use the website at home as extra practice.
Math Fact Café. (2000-2013). The fact sheet factory. Retrieved from http://www.mathfactcafe.com
The Math Fact Café is a website that generates worksheets for addition, decimals, divisions, fractions, money, multiplication, percentages, subtraction, time, and word problems. A teacher could create various levels worksheets for the students. If a teacher knows that a child is having problems they could go in and design a worksheet just to fit their needs. There are You Tube videos online to prompt you on how to build the worksheets if help is needed.
IXL Learning. (2013). Pre-K to Geometry. Retrieved from http://www.ixl.com
IXL learning is an educational technology website. It breaks down specific math problems. It is a user friendly website and students can navigate through the website with