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Lincoln Central Elementary School Library: Math Websites

This page offers some math resources for you and your child.  Please contact the teacher for any login information that is needed.  Please contact Mrs. Ouellette ( if you have questions or comments regarding the website.


Prodigy has over 1200 math skills for grades 1 - 8. It has content from all major topics and  helps prepare students are  for standardized testing. Students need account information from their classroom teacher.


Ask the teacher for Login information.

Bedtime Math

Bedtime Math poses a real world math problem for students daily.  The answers are explained for different age levels.  The site also offers math books ns printable activities. You may also access Bedtime Math through an app. 

Math games on is a free website but also offers additional features through a paid subscription.  Some content is also available in iTunes and Google play for your mobile device.

Third Grade Computer Games

Some games include:

Clear it addition

Clear it multiplication

Division Drag Race

Math Fact Shootout

Multiplication Grand Prix

Multiplication Mine

Place Value Hockey


Math Magician

Math Magician provides timed practice for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts. 


The IXL website requires a membership but does provide free access to examples for each common core math standard for all grade levels.


Zearn provides individual math lessons aligned to Eureka Math.  Students need a username and password from their classroom teachers.


Math Playground

The Math Playground website offers math games, logic games, a math arcade games, story math problems, and math videos for Grades 1 to Grade 6.

Door 24

Door 24 Plus is a math fluency app (available on iTunes) that harnesses the power of game design to help develop students’ skills in both fact fluency and computational fluency. It provides targeted practice in the use of basic facts, number sense, and algebraic thinking.  Students need to login using their iReady account information. Please contact the classroom teacher for the account.