We know that math can be daunting for some students and that’s why we’ve put together a list of websites for students, parents and teachers. We hope that these resources will grow your understanding of and love for math! Enjoy and feel free to share! 


  1. Prodigy – Prodigy is the math curriculum meshed with your child’s favourite video game. In the past, I’ve had students begging me to play Prodigy because they enjoy it so much. It’s not only a crowd pleaser, but teachers love it too because it helps them with reporting and assessment.
  2. IXL – IXL has a bank of skill sets within math, language arts, social studies and science that your child can develop through games. This resource supports students from K-12.

Activities you can do together:

  1. Mathies – Mathies is an Ontario Curriculum based website that provides games, printables, and resources.
  2. Math Frog – play math games and follow up with printables
  3. Khan Academy – videos with lessons and printables covering math and more!
  4. Wired Math – a series of games and lessons for grades 7-10 math based off the Ontario Curriculum
  5. A Plus Math – Worksheets, online practice and printable flash cards


  1. How to Help Every Child Find Success In Math – This article follows the Growth Mindset approach that was introduced by Carol Dweck and highlights the importance of adopting a Growth Mindset to find success in math.

For Teachers:

  1. Grade 12 Advanced Functions and Calculus and Vectors and Computer Science 
  2. Invitations for Mathematics – Sample math lessons with handouts for grade 4-6
  3. Ontario Math Resources 
  4. Jump Math – Teacher guides with sample lessons available online

What websites have you, your child or students been using to supplement and extend learning? We’d love to hear from you and grow our list of resources!

One Thought to “How to Help Your Child Succeed in Math”

  1. Great post for parents and tutors for their students. I would like to share this with my students to follow your suggestion.

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