Check out the links below for some interesting math.
From artwork made by M.C. Escher from mathematical transformations to Fibonnacci numbers found in nature.
Also check out the site to help in math for parents and students.
This site gives you the ability to write or draw. When you need to submit work in a document in Google Classroom, you can use this site to do the work then take a picture or screen shot and insert it into your document.
My Math Universe provides information about the site, information about the Digits curriculum as well as related technology troubleshooting tips. There are video resources for parents, links to fun Digits "stuff," etc.
A critical component of a student’s success in school is dependent on what and how they learn at home. This practical guide provides steps that parents can take to improve their child’s learning of the Common Core (both English Language Arts and Math). To download a guide called Shifts for Students and Parents, click on the link below and follow download instructions.