I was surfing for math resources today and for me, I hit the jackpot, so sharing…………………
1. Algebra PowerPoints. This site has loads of Algebra tutorial PowerPoints, they are arranged systematically I guess according to the book that is being used by that particular teacher.
Linked Math Matrices:
“The matrices are a series of online tables of electronic and technology resources supporting California middle school math content standards for grades 6, 7 and Algebra 1. The resources align to the two California state-adopted middle school textbook series of McDougall-Littell and Prentice Hall. The Grade 6 matrix also aligns to Harcourt and Scott Foresman.”
Basically locate a topic and find online resources to help you teach it or for practice for the student 🙂
Now, as someone who basically put together her own curriculum, this seemed like the best find of the day:
Library guides (Grades 6, 7, Pre Algebra and Algebra) from Accelerated Math (via another site). If you are making your own curriculum, you may find this very helpful. They are pdfs, which have a table of contents of topics, BUT under each topic is an objective, THEN for each objective, it gives sample problems. So if you are making your own curriculum, you would have an idea of what types of problems to assign and you could look for worksheets or whatnot on the internet. I thought this was really a find as I do make my own curriculum for most subjects and so often you come across scope and sequences, which are helpful, but then you have to guess at what kinds of exercises to provide…
the seventh grade one is 152 pages! Haven’t gotten a chance to look at the others…………………..
Here are the links to the individual files:
Hope these resources are helpful………………………