Math Pad

Students can do basic arithmetic problems, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division directly on the computer.

Number Concepts 1

Software program for beginning math students.

Scholastic Keys

Scholastic Keys provides elementary students with a kid-friendly interface for Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.


The talking Coin-U-Lator makes coin counting easy and fun.

Counting Coins Software

Attainment's Counting Coins

Introductory math and money skills software program

Osmo Game System

Osmo Game System on iPad 2

Unique gaming accessory for the iPad.

Coin Abacus

Coin Abacus

Make counting various combinations of coins and dollar bills simple for students of all ages and abilities by encouraging them to experiment with different coin and bill combinations. Students use their fingers to slide the realistic coins and bills from left to right.

Math Shark


Practice math facts anywhere with this engaging handheld game. MathShark offers quizzes at eight different skill levels in addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, and percentages.

Algeblocks - Hand to Mind

Eliminate student struggle with concrete understanding. Provide meaning to variables, combine like terms with understanding, use an area model to represent multiplying and factoring polynomials, and solve first- and second-, and third-degree equations. Enough materials for 4 students working independently.

Algeblocks for Middle School resource guide

Algeblocks for Middle School resource guide

This book helps teachers effectively implement Algeblocks in the classroom with 48 lesson plans grouped into seven units. It also includes lab worksheets to use with each lesson.

The seven units include:

Equebeam balance

EquaBeam Balance

Help students understand equality with this self-correcting balance. This unique balance has a double-sided crossbeam with imprinted numbers on one face, and a blank face with tracks to hold value strips.

two colored algebra tiles

Algebra Tiles

These math manipulatives allow students to build geometric models of polynomials and explore related concepts with these colorful, plastic two-colored algebra tiles. Each student set has 35 algebra tiles: 20 single units, 10 x, and 5 x². This classroom set comes with 30 complete student sets.