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Educational Websites

Khan Academy

A lot of the videos I assign for homework come from Khan Academy. Khan Academy is a free program that offers instructional videos, tutorials, practice problems, and assessments covering virtually every math concept. Students are able to independently practice these concepts at home.


Quizlet is an amazing educational resource. I have classes set up for Pre-Algebra and Algebra 1 study sets. The kids are able to join my class and study mathematical concepts through flashcards and interactive games.

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My Algebra 1 class link:

Study Island

Study Island is a program we use quite frequently at Madill Middle School. Here your child may work on ELA and Mathematics standards for independent practice. We highly recommend additional practice through this program.


iXL is a paid program, but it allows your child 20 free problems per day. iXL offers independent practice in mathematics, ELA, science, and social studies. This program is aligned to the Oklahoma Academic Standards.

MATHCOUNTS Trainer (Art of Problem Solving)

MATHCOUNTS and Art of Problem Solving teamed up to provide challenging, engaging, and fun math problems for students anywhere. I use this program some for my MATHCOUNTS kids, but students of all levels are able to practice math and refine their skills.

Prodigy Math

Prodigy is a fun, interactive game in which students must answer problems to defeat wizards. It is completely free to use!

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