Does anyone know of any good programs or websites to use to help young kids learn and/or practice basic math skills. (e.g. arithmetic, prime numbers, etc)
LearnAlberta also has a middle school version known as Junior High Math. Very useful for upper level math classes. I also found that the Math 6 Spy Guys lessons are very self-directed which are great for station activities.
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