Desmos

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Desmos
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10, 11, 12, 7, 8, 9, High School, Middle school

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Algebra, Arithmetic, Calculus, Geometry, Mathematics, Mathematics, Statistics, Trigonometry

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Desmos offers a free suite of math software tools such as five different calculators and geometry tools. Calculators include a graphing calculator, a scientific calculator, a four four-function calculator, a matrix calculator, and one designed specifically for test practice. Their tools power core math curricula for many of the world’s largest publishers and their calculators are built into the majority of U.S. state-level assessments and digital college entrance exams. Additionally, their cutting-edge technology also powers our free digital classroom activities, thoughtfully designed by teachers to support and celebrate the different ways students come to know mathematics. These activities are guided by their pedagogical philosophy and open up a world of possibilities for students to explore concepts more deeply, collaborate with their peers on problem-solving, and apply knowledge creatively as mathematicians.

Didax- Virtual manipulatives

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Didax
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1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Elementary, Kindergarten

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Algebra, Mathematics, Mathematics

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Didax offers free to use virtual math manipulatives that are browser-based. Their ad-free Virtual Manipulatives are a great way to enhance at-home learning. To use the manipulatives, you do not need to create an account. You click on the manipulative you would like to use and drag the manipulatives into position to see math concepts come alive!

Penjee | Learn to Code, the fun way

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Penjee
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10, 11, 12, 9, High School

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Computer Science, Technology

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Penjee is a place where you can learn how to code with the python language. Start right away with their video tutorial as well as start their basic training!

Carnegie Melon Computer Science Academy

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Carnegie Mellon University
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10, 11, 12, 9, High School

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Computer Science, Technology

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Free, online and interactive computer science curriculum meant for high school students. Available to teachers who create an account. Also contains a shorter course meant for middle school students.

U.S. History Videos

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Hippocampus
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History, Social Sciences, Social Studies

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Free online U.S. history video library ranging from 1492 to the present.