Mike Likes Science

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algebra, astronomy, biology, computer science, data science, geometry, Mathematics, mathematics, Natural Sciences, science, Technology

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Mike created this YouTube channel to help people learn about Science. Every month or so, he posts science inspired music videos. If you like learning, then you’ve come to the right place!

Miacademy Learning Channel

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algebra, arithmetic, art, biology, Earth science, ELA, geography, geometry, history, Humanities, Languages, literacy, Mathematics, mathematics, music, Natural Sciences, political science, science, Social Sciences, social studies, Spanish, world languages

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The Miacademy Learning Channel features a broad selection of learning videos. Their videos are carefully curated by licensed educators and new videos are added regularly. Miacademy also offers many hands-on learning activities including a business simulation, writing in the Miacademy Weekly, and creating artwork. Teaching social skills is also one of the key values at Miacademy.

Zearn

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1, 10, 11, 12, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Elementary, High school, Kindergarten, Middle school, preK

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algebra, arithmetic, calculus, geometry, mathematics, Mathematics, statistics, trigonometry

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At the core of their mission is a belief that an understanding and love of math is critical to creating a generation of engaged learners who can change the world. It is that simple. And that lofty. And it fuels their work to support teachers in making this happen.

Math-Play

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The website provides free interactive math games for students in grades 1-8. This website provides practice and mastering math skills that the student might be having in a remote setting or in the classroom setting. This website allows students to explore different math topics and skills to master throughout their grade level and math skills level.

I Practice Math

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iPracticeMath is a completely free math-practice site for grades 1 through 9. Younger kids might need support to move through practice sessions while older kids will need reminders not to worry about constantly being right. Large or homeschooling families, as well as teachers who work with lots of ages, will appreciate the one-stop-shop range of concepts. If kids want to track progress and view certificates, they need to register with the site, but it isn’t required. Unfortunately, kids will have to falsely report their age to create an account. Adults can register up to 25 students for free but don’t have the ability to oversee accounts or progress with a dashboard.