"Building a mathematical foundation through a multi-sensory approach"
IXL Math: This is an excellent website for extra practice. You can pick the appropriate grade level for your child and then click on any math curriculum expectation and receive a series of practice questions online.
Web Math Minute: This is an excellent website for creating your own worksheet that you can print out or practice online. The worksheets can have up to 50 questions on them. The worksheets can be a timed activity where you track math fluency over several weeks/months OR you can go at your child's pace (no timer). The worksheets can address addition skills, subtraction skills, multiplication skills, division skills, or you can create a mixed review (all of the above skills).
Online Math Learning: This website is great for multi-sensory math. You can select the appropriate grade level and find worksheets, videos, songs, and rhymes for a wide variety of curriculum expectations.
Math Salamanders: This website provides a variety of printable math worksheets from Pre-K to Grade 5. The site is divided by grade level and also by subject (which is great if you are just searching for a specific skill for your child to work on).
Khan Academy: This website gives you the option to sign-up for free if you want your child to have a personalized math plan OR you can skip signing up and click on the "Math" tab under subjects. From there, you can pick any mathematical skill to work on. Before doing practice questions, students can watch a brief video explanation of how to do the particular skill that they will be working on.