Here are ideas, projects, and additional information for doing "Math At Home."
The U.S. Department of Education provides an excellent explanation of "What is Mathematics" and some general strategies for parents to use to help develop "thinking math" and"content math".
Practice Problems for mental math, algebra I, geometry, and more.
Family Math is a family-based course for parents. The goal is to encourage underrepresented groups (especially girls and minority students) to become more comfortable with math and to enter careers that use mathematics.
Resources for parents from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
Tips and strategies for reducing math anxiety.
Information for parents compiled by the U.S. Department of Education.
Directions for games and activities for parents to do with their children at home using household items.
Entertaining and mentally challenging activities for you and your family to try.
Practice problems and learn new algorithms in various math strands which tie in to standards.
Practice many basic math skills with these lessons and activities. Includes sample grade level tests.
Amy Markezich from Stanford University offers information about the series of time periods in which most children learn best.
The Math Forum provides this great resource with hints galore for solving math problems.
Math word problem practice for elementary and middle school students available with subscription at a moderate cost.
From the Internet Public Library
Algebra tutoring with sequential practice problems to make sure you understand everything along the way.