It’s Monday, August 22, 2016, and time for **Math**** **at *ClickSchooling!*

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**Recommended Website:**

**Age Range: 15 and up **(Grades 9 and up; children with parental supervision)

This website provides **free math instruction videos on specific math topics** mostly on the college level, but we thought high schoolers would find this helpful as well.

Turn on your speakers and head to the site. “Select a Topic” to choose lessons of interest that include:

- Basic Mathematics – fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, ratios, percent, etc.

- Algebra – positive and negative numbers, linear equations, functions, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, roots and radicals, quadratic equations, logarithms, graphing, and more.

- Trigonometry – functions, triangles, radian measure, identities and formulas, equations, polar coordinates, etc.

- Calculus – limits, derivatives, integration, applications, and more.

Then, notice the featured math topic and the display of icons with pictures of various teachers and students. Click on any one and a video of them explaining the math topic/lesson appears on the screen.

Click on “Videos by Textbook” to access math textbook video lessons. (The actual textbooks may be purchased through the XYZ Textbooks link at the bottom of the page). **All of the lessons in the textbook have video tutorials!** Simply click on the textbook of choice, and a table of contents appears. Click on the topic of choice, then the video of choice. The textbook titles include:

- Basic Mathematics
- Introductory Mathematics
- Pre-Algebra
- Elementary Algebra
- and more advanced math textbooks.

This is a remarkable resource whether you need a little help with a particular math topic or want an entire math curriculum delivered on video.

Note: MathTV also has some interesting and helpful math videos on their YouTube channel.