Below you will find links to all of the resources available through Harcourt Math.

 
 
Harcourt Math 2008 - Online Textbooks
This site correlates with the NEW GCPS math adoption and offers an online version of the 1st - 5th grade textbooks, along with lots of additional resources and information. Contact your classroom teacher or Mr. Dalton for the username and password for your grade level.
Think Math - This site correlates with the NEW GCPS math adopton and provides games and elab activities by grade level and topic (Algebra,  Data Analysis, Geometry, Measurement, Number, Operations, Probability, Time and Money).
Advantage Math - This site provides games and elab activities by grade level. (Some may be repeated from Think Math site.)
That's a Fact - This site is one part of the "old" Harcourt Math and provides an excellent opportunity to practice math facts with many options for Types of Facts (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, addition/subtraction mixed, mulitiplication/division mixed); Difficulty Level (Facts to 5, 10, or 12); and Time (30 problems in 1 to 9 minutes or untimed).
Math Jingles - This site is one part of the "old" Harcourt Math and provides numerous "math jingles" for teaching/reviewing math concepts and skills.
Harcourt Math 2004 - This site correlates with the 2004 Harcourt Math series. Click on a grade level to find activies that correlate to the chapters in the textbook, or check out the Glossary, E-Lab, "Show Me's (interactive demonstrations of specific topics), That's A Fact (drill and practice with math facts), or Math Jingles. Some activities may be repeated on other Harcourt sites.
Harcourt Math 2002 - This site correlates with the 2002 Harcourt Math series and was previously linked on our website (solid shapes icon). Click on a grade level to find activies that correlate to the chapters in the textbook, or check out the Glossary, E-Lab, "Show Me's (interactive demonstrations of specific topics), or That's A Fact (drill and practice with math facts). Some activities may be repeated on other Harcourt sites.

 
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