The Internet offers many resources to support mathematics instruction. Conduct a search for websites that offer free mathematics resources (e.g., math activities, games, and/or lessons for students). Choose at least one site, provide a summary of its offerings, and evaluate the effectiveness of these offerings in reinforcing math concepts. Support your thinking by referencing your text and the C.C.S.S.M.
Although there are many free online math resource sites the one I personally have found to be incredibly helpful for students and parents alike is CoolMath.com (http://www.coolmath.com/). This site is attractively set up to engage youth and offers a variety of lessons, games, puzzles, art and even a math dictionary just to name a few things. This site can assist a student with everything from simple addition to calculus and does so in a fun and exciting way doing just what the title implies and that is making Math cool. ...
Teaching children and utilizing existing technology is a perfect match for math. This response delves into one such website available to children; parents and teachers.