# Free Animated Math Lessons

June 17th, 2019

It’s Monday, June 17, 2019, and time for Math at ClickSchooling!

Recommended Website:

e-Learning for Kids

Age Range: 5-12 (Grades K-6, with parental supervision)

This website is from a global, nonprofit foundation dedicated to fun and free learning on the internet for children ages 5 – 12.

There are hundreds of Math e-Lessons on this learning portal. The lessons are intended as supplemental material: designed to support a full curriculum and provide additional practice.

When you get to the website, you can select the lessons by grade level. You can also choose to have the lessons displayed by popularity. You’ll find choices like these:

• K: Length and Mass
• K: 2D Shapes
• K: Measurement
• K: Time
• K: Money
• 1: Numbers to 20
• 1: Time & Area
• 1: 3D Objects
• 1: Fractions & Money
• 2: Mass
• 2: Time & Temperature
• 2: Measurement
• 2: Chance & Data
• 2: 3D Space
• 3: Numbers to 999
• 3: Counting Forwards & Backwards
• 3: Counting in 4’s
• 3: Graphs
• 4: Fractions & Decimals
• 4: Pattern & Function
• 4: Four-Digit Numbers
• 4: Capacity
• 4: Calculations
• 5: Prisms & Pyramids
• 5: Whole Number
• 5: Volume & Capacity
• 5: Bar Graph & Data
• 5: Perimeter
• 6: Prisms & Pyramids
• 6: Mixed Problem Solving
• 6: Angles
• 6: Factors & Multiples
• 6: Number Sense

The lessons are presented through an animated interactive video. And there is also a Teacher Guide in each lesson – look for the little person icon in the upper right of the ‘video’.

Once you have explored the Math World portal, check out the rest of the website because these people provide lessons for children ages 5-12 in Science, Environmental Skills, Computer Skills, Health, Language Arts, and Life Skills. Bookmark this site and come often!

# Have Fun Tracking Money

June 6th, 2019

It’s Thursday, June 6, 2019, and time for Social Sciences at ClickSchooling!

Recommended Website:

Where’s George

Age Range: 6-18 (Grades 1-12, with parental supervision)

This website offers a way to track a U.S. dollar bill to see where it’s been – what a great way to tie in social studies with math! We were required to register (free) in order to access the site.

Once you’re there, just enter the denomination, series, and serial number of any U.S. dollar bill, along with your current U.S. zip code in the form on the homepage.

A “Bill Tracker Report” will be generated explaining where your bill has been, how far it has traveled, how long it’s been in circulation, and you can even read comments from people explaining where they got the bill before using it or passing it along to someone else.

But that’s not all! Using the “Tools/Fun” item on the menu at the top of the page, click on “Cool Links About Money.” A new page opens with links to the BEST MONEY WEBSITES where you can learn all about the history of U.S. currency, design features, and even security measures to deter counterfeiting. You’ll also find links where you can track bills from various countries in Europe, as well as currency from India, Africa, China, Japan, and New Zealand.

If you are from Canada, be sure to check out Where’s Willy” to track Canadian currency! (By the way, for those who don’t know, “Willy” refers to Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the first French Canadian Prime Minister.)

# Free Classical Math Curriculum from 1878

May 20th, 2019

It’s Monday, May 20, 2019, and time for Math at ClickSchooling!

Recommended Website:

DonPotter.net

Age Range: 6-14 (Grades 1-8, with parental supervision)

This very plain website houses a most unusual math resource. It has a downloadable arithmetic book from 1878! Even if you have a fabulous math program already, it is fun to look at and see what kids learned from over 140 years ago.

When you get to the site you will see a brief introduction explaining that the book, “First Lessons In Arithmetic,” was published in 1878 and handed down from one generation to the next by the Potter family. Don Potter decided to put the antiquated volume on the net because, “This math book will provide home school parents… a incomparable tool from the past to help their students master the fundamentals of arithmetic.”

• Multiplication
• Division
• Fractions
• Notation and Numeration
• Long Multiplication
• Long Division
• Money, etc.

Click on any chapter, and a .pdf file opens with problems and instructions, accompanied by illustrations sure to create nostalgia for a bygone era. In addition to the free textbook, Mr. Potter offers a few other links to math resources on this site as well.

# Math Games with Coins!

April 22nd, 2019

It’s Monday, April 22, 2019, and time for Math at ClickSchooling!

Recommended Website:

U.S. Mint – Counting with Coins

Age Range: 5-10 (Grades K-5, with parental supervision)

The U.S. Mint has 7 games to help children learn the value of coins – at the grocery store!

Join the Mint Pals as they bring you through the grocery store to buy supplies for:

• a camping trip
• making chili
• making s’mores
• and more.

Learn subtraction, adding, counting money and more. And if you play again, the scenario changes a little bit for more practice.

When you are done with the math games, click “Back to Games” in the top left corner where you can play other U.S. Mint educational games – for all ages.

# Fun Math Games & Printables for Kids

April 1st, 2019

It’s Monday, April 1, 2019, and time for Math at ClickSchooling!

Recommended Website:

Kids Math Games

Age Range: 5-13 (Grades K-8, with parental supervision)

We stumbled upon this ad-supported website that offers a wide variety of free, online, interactive math games, printable worksheets and quizzes, video tutorials and more!

This colorful site is user-friendly and engaging. Most kids will be enticed to try a game or two, or three, or more.

When you get to the site, you’ll see a brief introduction and the featured math topics that include:

• Numbers – Fun challenges related to numbers, patterns, fractions, decimals, etc.
• Geometry – Learn about shapes, grids, weights, angles, rotation, and more.
• Facts – Read interesting math facts and trivia.
• Videos – Watch educational clips that teach addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and more.
• Printable Worksheets – Includes addition, multiplication, fractions, etc.
• Pictures – See math photos, images, and diagrams.
• Printable Quizzes – Test your knowledge of division, decimals, money, basic algebra and more!

You’ll also find logic games, math riddles, board games, and math puzzles. This is a terrific resource that will enhance learning math. Bookmark it, to return often.

# Social Studies for Kids

September 27th, 2018

It’s Thursday, September 27, 2018, and time for Social Sciences at ClickSchooling!

Recommended Website:

Social Studies for Kids

Age Range: 7-13 (Grades 2-8, with parental supervision)

Bookmark this ad-supported website right now! It offers tons of great resources about history, geography, government, different cultures and more that your kids will enjoy.

When you get to the site you will see a headline banner with the name of the website. Below it is a menu that will help you navigate through some of the website. Below the menu bar, you will discover the highlights currently featured at the site in Recent Events, History and featured trivia. For example, if you visited the site when this review was written, you would have seen a feature presentation on “Ancient Greece.”

Content you will find available on the site include:

• Current Events – Get some insight on what’s taking place throughout the world.
• Cultures, Holidays, Languages, Religions – an array of links to websites with activities, information, and resources to explore the world’s people and their customs and beliefs
• Economics – The website description of this section says it best: “Economics is not just money. It’s businesses and how they work. It’s lemonade stands and how many dollars they take in. It’s toy collecting and baseball card collections. It’s taxes and allowances. It’s stocks and bonds. Economics is part of almost everything you could ever think about. Find out how by visiting the links on this page.”
• Geography – You’ll find more than maps here. You’ll find links to websites with lessons and activities that help kids to have a better understanding of the world, and where they are in relation to the rest of it.
• Government – Learn everything from how a bill becomes law in the U.S. to how other countries are governed.

You’ll also find selections that contain historical timelines, information on U.S. and World History, activities for learning about every state in the U.S., information about ancient civilizations, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, Wars, Archaeology, Sports, Explorers, and more. There are even teaching resources and other fun kid sites.

Use this website as a starting point for all your social studies schoolwork.