Online Math and Science Tutorials and Resources
Listed below are several online math and science resources to help you strengthen your math and science skills, or to provide you another way to review skills learned in a math course.
Algebra help is a site that provides lessons on various algebra subjects. In addition to the lessons, there are also interactive worksheets where you can fill in the answer and/or see the step-by-step solutions (for some topics).
Khan Academy is filled with over 3,000 videos on different subjects including math, science, finance, art history and much, much more. You will find pages and pages of video examples of numerous algebra concepts.
The Mometrix Academy provides short video tutorials on popular Algebra topics including the following: polynomials, linear equations and inequalities, functions, systems of equations, and application problems.
Purplemath's algebra lessons are written with the student in mind. These lessons emphasize the practicalities rather than the technicalities, demonstrating dependable techniques, warning of likely "trick" questions, and pointing out common mistakes.
General Math & Science Resources
How to Solve Word Problems
Do you struggle with word problems? You are not alone! Check out this link and learn the parts of solving word problems, plus some practice with math expressions.
AAA Math provides explanations for numerous math concepts. Topics can be chosen by grade level or type of math, such as algebra, measurement, estimating, fractions, etc. There is also the option of viewing a Spanish version of this site.
This site allows you to pick a topic (i.e. calculations, place value, operations, charts/graphs etc). You can take multiple choice quizzes (where correct answers are given when you are finished) or play games to reinforce the concepts.
Math Goodies is a website that presents complete descriptions of numerous math topics. The information is easy follow. At the end of the lesson explanation there are open ended interactive practice problems where you will receive immediate feedback on your answer.
Khan Academy is filled with over 3,000 videos on different subjects including math, science, finance, art history and much, much more. You will find pages and pages of video examples of numerous basic math concepts—these can be found under the heading “Arithmetic and Pre-Algebra”
Catchup Math includes engaging and effective flash cards that include specific how-to explanations with graphics and animations in both English and Spanish.
Bozemanscience is maintained by Paul Andersen, a science teacher in Bozeman, MT. He has created hundreds of science videos that have been viewed millions of times by students and teachers around the world. All of these videos are accessible from this website. Click any of the links to view videos within specific content areas.