The team at Illustrative Mathematics has authored a list of resource links focused on adapting to online teaching during the pandemic. They range from content-specific resources to general advice specific to the pandemic.
StraDDegy provides access to 100’s of resources that can be introduced as whole-class, small group or independent activities. Teachers can sign up for a free 30-day trial.
The University of Cambridge provides a page with a wide selection of math learning activities for ages 3-19.
The University of Cambridge provides a page with links to a wide selection of activities for students of all ages.
The Mathematics Assessment Project offers a set of assessment activities for middle- and high-school math teachers.
They are divided into 3 levels based on the extent to which they require students to autonomously apply their mathematical knowledge, and include a scoring rubric, a set of pre-scored sample student work, and the same set of work without the scores.
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics has a web page of free resources. They are relevant to teaching math in general but do include some online-specific resources.
This site hosts a series of workshops to share practical tips, virtual experiments and other concrete tools that families – even those with little time, few resources and no STEM exposure or teaching experience – can use to engage their children’s learning.
NASA’s Universe of Learning provides resources and experiences that enable youth, families, and lifelong learners to explore fundamental questions in science, experience how science is done, and discover the universe for themselves.