At Home Middle School (6th to 8th)
This website teaches middle school math using free resources from Khan Academy, Math Antics, TecMath, TedEd, and other sources. It organizes these materials into 180 daily lessons.
Comprehensive School Mathematics Program (K to 6th)
Lesson files, worksheets, blackline masters, and storybooks are available for download.
Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool (1st to 7th) C
Easy Peasy teaches math using a variety of methods and sources, including video lessons and games. The lower grades also include a downloadable workbook.
Easy Peasy All-in-One High School (8th to 12th) C
The material is taught using a variety of sources and methods, including video lessons and online textbooks. Courses available are Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Trigonometry/Pre-calculus, and Calculus.
edX (10th to 12th)
EdX, a nonprofit created by Harvard and MIT, offers numerous math courses. The length and format vary from course to course, and availability changes periodically. The courses are free to audit, or certificates of completion are also available for a fee.
Everyday Arithmetic (2nd to 8th)
These vintage textbooks, available for download, were originally published in the early 1900s. Included books are First Year in Numbers (2nd grade), Primary Book (3rd & 4th), Intermediate Book (5th & 6th), Book 3 (7th & 8th), and a teacher’s guide.
Flipped Math (8th -12th)
Concepts are taught using videos. There are also downloadable note-taking pages and assignments. Courses included are Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, and Pre-calculus. While the curriculum content is free, if you choose to use the assessments, they must be purchased.
Free Math (K to 5th)
Free Math teaches mathematics using online text and downloadable practice worksheets.
The Good and the Beautiful (1st to 5th) C
This math curriculum includes a printable worktext and hands-on activities. Only the PDFs of this curriculum for grades 1st through 5th are free. Other levels and physical books are available for purchase.
HippoCampus (8th to 12th)
HippoCampus offers Algebra 1 and Developmental Math courses. The courses include an online textbook, video, lectures, and practice problems.
Khan Academy (K to 12th)
Khan Academy uses video-based instruction. Online practice problems, quizzes, and tests are included. Courses covered are K through 8th grade math, Pre-algebra, Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Trigonometry Pre-calculus, Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Differential Equations, and Statistics. Some AP courses are also offered.
Light & Salt Learning (GED)
Light & Salt Learning’s GED Math Course uses instructional videos and practice problems to teach students math concepts they’ll need for the GED test.
MasterMath (6th to 9th)
This is a video-based curriculum with printable worksheets and online quizzes. Courses included are 6th through 8th grade math and Algebra 1.
Match Fish Tank (3rd to 12th)
Match Fish Tank offers 3rd through 8th grade math, Algebra 1 & 2, and Geometry. The downloadable courses include lesson plans, student worksheets, tests, and answer keys.
Math is Fun (Pre-K to 12th)
This website offers Pre-K through 8th grade math, Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Statistics, and Calculus. Lessons include online text and practice problems. Some lessons also include videos, games, or other interactive components.
Math & YOU (9th to 12th)
Math & YOU is an online consumer math textbook that integrates mathematics with lessons about history, science, finance, pop culture, and other topics. The course’s focus is on math that is relevant to the student’s everyday life.
Mathematics Enhancement Programme (K to 9th)
MEP was created for use in UK schools but is also used by homeschoolers worldwide. Lesson plans, copy masters, practice books, and answer keys are available for download.
Miniature Masterminds (Pre-K to 2nd)
Miniature Masterminds offers downloadable full-year workbooks, which you can find here: kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade. They also offer many shorter themed workbooks for Pre-K through 2nd grade.
Modern States (10th to 12th)
Modern States courses prepare students to take College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams. Students can earn college credit through CLEP exams while still in high school, making college more accessible and affordable. There are courses available for precalculus, calculus, college mathematics, and college algebra.
Number Stories (K to 1st)
NWT Literacy Council (5th to 12th)
The Everyday Math Skills workbook series offered on this website teaches the basic math skills needed for daily life. The downloadable workbooks are Home Math, Kitchen Math, Money Math, and Simply Math. They were written for use in Canada, using the metric system, but can be used by homeschoolers in other countries.
Olney’s Primary Arithmetic (1st to 4th)
Cynce’s Place has made these vintage textbooks, which are now available in the public domain, into downloadable workbooks. Part I is for 1st and 2nd grades and Part II is for 3rd and 4th grades. There is also a teacher’s manual.
OpenStax (9th to 12th)
OpenStax offers downloadable student textbooks, instructor guides, and other instructor resources for Pre-Algebra, Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Algebra & Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus Volumes 1 to 3, Introductory Statistics, and Introductory Business Statistics. While most of these courses are intended for college students, motivated high school students may be able to complete them.
These math courses are taught using downloadable workbooks.
This course covers budgeting, banking, borrowing, housing, taxes, investing, retirement, and more using a downloadable workbook and teacher’s guide. While it’s designed for special needs students, other students may use it as well.
Ray’s Arithmetic (1st to 11th) C
These vintage textbooks, available for download, were published in the 1870s and 1880s. Included books are Ray’s New Primary Arithmetic (1st to 2nd grade), Ray’s New Intellectual Arithmetic (3rd to 4th), Ray’s New Practical Arithmetic (5th to 6th), Ray’s New Higher Arithmetic (7th to 8th), Ray’s New Geometry and Trigonometry (9th to 10th), Ray’s New Elementary Algebra (9th to 10th), and Ray’s New Higher Algebra (11th).
Saylor Academy (10th to 12th)
Saylor Academy is a nonprofit initiative offering courses at the college and professional levels. However, high school students may also take their classes. Saylor provides College Algebra, Calculus I, Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning, Introduction to Statistics, Foundations of Real World Math, Algebra, and Geometry courses.
School Yourself (8th to 12th)
School Yourself teaches math through interactive video lessons with personalized learning paths. Subjects included are Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, and Statistics.
Siyavula Math Textbooks (7th to 12th)
These downloadable textbooks follow the South African school syllabus, but can likely be used by residents of other countries too. Only grades 10th through 12th currently have a teacher’s guide available.
ST Math (Pre-K to 8th)
ST Math teaches a conceptual understanding of math through the use of interactive math puzzles. This program can be used as a standalone math curriculum or as a supplement to another curriculum. ST Math is free to homeschoolers through June 30, 2023.
Ukuqonda Math Textbooks (4th to 6th)
The Ukuqonda Foundation created these downloadable textbooks and teachers guides. The courses follow the South African syllabus, but they can likely be used by residents of other countries as well.
Under the Home (K to 4th)
Under the Home’s math courses are based on the classic textbooks, The Eclectic Manual of Methods and Ray’s Arithmetic. Printable workbooks are included.
Utah Middle School Math Project (6th to 8th)
A downloadable student workbook and parent edition are available for each grade. Please be aware that while the parent edition offers detailed explanations, solutions are only provided for select problems. The books were designed for use in Utah schools, but can be used by homeschoolers in other states.
This curriculum teaches math through videos, interactive digital lessons, and practice problems. To create your free account, sign up as an adult and then add your students.
Free Math Resources (K to 12th)
This page lists additional free resources that can be used to supplement any math curriculum. There are worksheets, workbooks, online practice, videos, games, online graphing calculators, and more.