Math Resources
Onscreen Resources
Daily Number Sense 
Daily Number Sense  Lots of projector activities for developing number sense in geometry, magnitude, manipulation, number characteristics, and relationships. I use these as warmups for the main math lessons. You can also read a quick explanation of why we need to develop number sense. 
TouchMath Practice 
TouchMath Practice  A simple display of 1digit and 2digit addition problems using TouchMath numerals. 
Triangle Flash Cards 
Triangle Flash Cards  This page produces onscreen triangleshaped flash cards. The triangle shape reinforces the numberbond relationships between numbers. The fullscreen display is appropriate for whole class projector display or allowing students to access it on their own for practice. Can be easily configured to display +/ facts or ×/÷ facts, and can show all numbers or hide either the whole or one of the parts. Hovering over the missing number will display it. 
Number Lines 
Number Lines  A white screen with a blank number line. I project it directly onto my white board so I can label some of the hash marks for different activities. Includes ability to display tenths (from 0 to 1), decimals (2 whole number range), fractions (from 0 to 1), mixed numbers (2 or more wholes split into fractions), and integers (20 marks with a bold center mark that can be used as 0. For each line (except tenths and integers), the marks are randomly generated. 
Math Journal Ideas 
Math Journal Ideas  This page displays a random math journal prompt for each day of the year. The prompt is large and easy to read, perfect for displaying on a projector after a math lesson. A parameter can be passed in the URL using "?day=" plus a number to display a particular prompt. For example, https://www.mrfloresreads.info/resources/math/journal/?day=202 will display the prompt for day 202. Currently, there are 101 different prompts. Most of the prompts were originally published in a document by Joanne Griffin, retrieved 2/17/16. 
Gruzzles 
Gruzzles  A puzzle game played on a 099 chart to develop one more/one less, ten more/ten less, and rounding. 
Simple Dice 
Simple Dice  Roll 1 to 5 dice. Has option for using without sound. I had trouble finding a simple online dice roller that didn't have ads, so I made my own! We use this instead of hard plastic dice (too loud) or soft foam dice (bouncy and always getting damamaged). 
Game Spinner 
Game Spinner  Online spinner with various layout options including 110 and 09, as well as a few custom layouts. This tool is used every day! Most of our math facts practice games need some kind of spinner, so I can easily add custom layouts as needed. If you have an activity that uses a spinner that is not yet included here, contact me and I may be able to set it up for you. BTW, if you are interested in the math games that go along with the spinners, they come from these really good resources called Mastering the Basic Math Facts from Heinemann Publishing. 
Scoreboard 
Scoreboard  A simple display for keeping track of team points for inclass review games. Can display scores for 16 players/teams, customizable bonus point amounts and sounds, and a few different display themes. 
Printable Resources  
Making (Number) Sense 
Making (Number) Sense  PARENT INFORMATION (WORK IN PROGRESS). This is a printable document that can be shared with parents. It has ideas and activities for parents to help them develop number sense in their children. I usually print the first half (the activities) and only send home the second half (explanation of number sense) if they request it. 
Elementary Math Page Generator 
Elementary Math Page Generator  WORK IN PROGRESS. Creates pages of homework or classwork for grades 2 and up. Choose the types of problems/concepts to include and indicate options. Concepts lean heavily on those that develop more number sense as reflected in the new Common Core State Standards (though I started this project about three years before my state adopted the new standards). While technically it is still a "beta" version, I have spent a lot of time smoothing out the rough edges so it's pretty complete. 
Secret Message Math 
Secret Message Math  A simple math practice generator. Choose the operation, set some options, enter a "secret message" or an answer to a riddle, and print up a page. 
Facts Practice Pages 
Facts Practice Pages  As students pass timed facts test, they progress at different rates. I wrote this little program to print individualized halfpage sized facts practice pages. Can produce simple single factor pages (e.g. all +7) or follow the order presented in the Mastering the Basic Math Facts books. 
Money Practice Pages 
Money Practice Pages  Individually print halfpage sized pages to have students practice identifying American coins and paper currency. 
UpsideDown 099 Chart 
UpsideDown 099 Chart  A PDF of a chart I created and use in my classroom. Instead of listing the numbers from 1100, it uses 099, and instead of starting at the top and going down, it starts at the bottom and goes up! For more information as to the why, see my UpsideDown Hundreds Chart? article on the main site. 
External PagesThe following are other sites I occasionally use. These are not my pages; most are connected to curriculum publishers. Most of these pages are older and based on the Flash technology, which has fallen out of favor due to security issues. I am always looking for replacements for these. If you have any sites you find useful, feel free to pass them along to me!
