This post was updated in January 2022

The list below features a collection of some of the best math websites for teachers and students. I have been constantly updating the list to keep the resources fresh and relevant. The initial collection contained around 40 websites but over the last few years a number of these websites have either lost their importance or have been taken down completely.

The current version contains 11 best math website, based on my Edtech blogging experience and teacher reviews and feedback. I invite you to check them out and share with us if you have other suggestions to consider.

### 1- Symbolab

Symbolab enables students to work on their math problems using a powerful set of calculators. Symbolab is both an equation search and a math solver. Some of the calculators provided by this tool include 'equations, simultaneous equations, inequalities, integrals, derivatives, limits , tangent line, trigonometric equations, functions and more'. To learn more check out Symbolab full guide for teachers and students.

### 2- Khan Academy

Another great educational platform where you can find a wide variety of educational resources covering almost any topic area from math to history and grammar. Khan Academy offers an ideal personalized learning environment where students 'practice at their own pace, first filling in gaps in their understanding and then accelerating their learning.'

### 3- IXL Math

IXL Math offers a comprehensive K-12 curriculum in math and English with a 'Real-Time Diagnostic, which pinpoints students' grade level proficiency in key math and English language arts strands.' Students get to develop and master key math skills through fun and interactive questions.

### 4- Wolfram Mathworld

Wolfram Mathworld is a platform by Wolfram Research which offers a diverse set of educational math resources covering areas such as: applied mathematics, geometry, topology, number history, calculus and analysis, and many more. The site also offers useful calculators to help students solve math problems and access step by step tutorials.

### 5- Mathway

Matway is a powerful online calculator that provides help with problems for students of all ages. Areas covered by Mathway include "Basic Math/Pre-Algebra (arithmetic, integers, fractions, decimal numbers, roots, factors, and more...); Algebra (linear equations/inequalities, quadratic equations/inequalities, absolute equations/inequalities, systems of equations, logarithms, functions, matrices, graphing, and more...); Trigonometry/Precalculus (trigonometric functions, identities, conic sections, vectors, matrices, complex numbers, sequences and series, and more...); Calculus (limits, derivatives, integrals, and more...); Statistics (probability, permutations, combinations, and more...)". To learn more check out Mathway full tutorial for teachers and students.

### 6- Mathletics

Mathletics offers a math program to use in both in-person and remote classrooms. You can design engaging math activities, use problem-solving and reasoning questions, compensate their learning with generated certificates and awards. Mathletics also provides in-depth reporting to help you keep track of your students learning progress and design plans for future lessons.

### 7- Desmos

Desmos is a great graphing calculator that now offers a huge collection of other math resources and tools. Teachers can use the site's library to search educational activities or design new ones from scratch. Besides graphing calculator, Desmos also offers a scientific calculator, four function calculator, matrix calculator, test practice, and many more.

### 8- Delta Math

An educational platform designed by a math teacher, Delta Math features over 1800 ready-made math problem types aligned to Common Core. With its integrated auto-grading system, students get instant feedback on their answers. They can further create automatically graded graphs and get immediate feedback with correct answers. To learn more, check out Delta Math full tutorial for teachers and students.

### 9- Xtramath

XtraMath is all about improving students math fact fluency. There are tons of math activities, problems, and exercises for students to work on. Teachers can create their own classes and invite students to join the class and start engaging with math content. Teachers can also access printable materials and several other educational resources to help them in their math teaching. To learn more, check out XtraMath full tutorial for teachers and students.

### 10- Prodigy Math Game

Prodigy Math Game allows students to build math skills though standards-aligned game designed for students 1st to 8th grade. Prodigy also offers online tutoring done by classroom teachers. The free version of the site offers access to 50.000 questions and over 1000 curriculum aligned skills. 'As students play Prodigy Math Game, curriculum-aligned math questions adapt to match their individual progress. Prodigy offers an engaging in-game experience while students practice important math skills required for their grade level.'

### 11- Buzz Math

Buzz Math provides teachers and parents with a wide variety of educational resources to help their kids with math learning. These resources include over 30.000 interactive math questions, brain teasers, video explanations, manipulable objects, mathematical glossary, and many more. As students complete math problems, they receive personalized badges that showcase their achievements.