General Maths Sites and Presentations
Study Ladder - game-based. Teachers set up classes and passwords, students log in. They answer maths questions in the game.(Primary/Elementary level). Teachers can set assignments on specific material for students. Reports each student's progress. Can be played in any device with a browser that supports Flash.
e-ako Maths - e-ako maths is a resource created to support students who are having difficulty developing a sound knowledge and understanding of place value, fractions, algebra and basic facts.
Real Messy Maths - presentation with lots of maths problems to solve
The Mathematics Shed - heaps of maths problems and activities
Coding can teach many maths concepts and logical thinking. This site has links to many coding resources
Manic Math Madness - a blog with lots of maths activities.
Get the Math - algebra in the real world
NRich site - rich maths problems and activities
Number Pieces - Maths Learning Center - Place value blocks that can be moved around. Also available as an ipad app.
Number Frames - Maths Learning Center Tens Frames that can be filled and manipulated
More Maths Learning Center Apps - including Number Lines, Number Rack (abacus) and Pattern Shapes, Geoboard. Most are also ipad, Windows and Chrome apps.
SumDog Sign up as a teacher to add and track your students. A variety of Maths games linked to the NZ curriculum. Paid version allows you to set them customised challenges and assignments.
NZ Maths Digital Learning Objects by level and strand
ABCYa - Variety of interactive maths activities for stages 1 - 8
Maths Is Fun
EquatIO is a maths tools helper for G Suite. There are free and paid versions. Google Docs integration is free, for Forms, Sheets etc you get a free 30 day trial then it is $100 for a single user.
Stop Motion Animation
Interactive Recordable Whiteboards
Educreations - this is an online recordable whiteboard app. Teachers can create classes and add or invite students via a class code. Teachers or students can create lessons showing how to carry out a strategy. Can also be used by students to demonstrate their understanding of a strategy eg this example. Also available as a whiteboard app for ipad
Explain Everything Edu app. Paid but very comprehensive.
Seesaw web or Seesaw app - students can take photos or videos of their work with the ipad or add images and write their own posts about their work and reflections on their learning. These examples use Blogger but the the idea is the same. Example 1, example 2, example 3
You can also set Activities in Seesaw, either using some that are in the app or creating your own. Example.
Prodigy - game-based. Teachers set up classes and passwords, students log in and create a character. They answer maths questions to progress in the game. System adapts to the level of the student (Primary/Elementary level). Teachers can set assignments on specific material for students. Comprehensive reports of each student's progress. Designed for US or Canada but can be played from other countries. Free with game but has a Premium option available - in app ads for this and these can be intrusive. Can be played on computer, ipad, tablet or phone.
Math Talks to Blow Your Mind - TED talks list
Dr Friesen on Numeracy - Maths as part of our world and interpreting the wold through mathematical ideas
Maths Antics - great videos explaining maths concepts. The videos are free and you can pay a small fee for the related exercises.
Maths Manipulatives in the Classroom - clocks, tens blocks, shapes, fraction bars, algebra tiles etc from Google Drawing.
Maths Manipulatives, EquatIO & the KnowledgeHook Gameshow
Story books for Maths
Many of these can also be found as videos or interactive stories online.