Florida Literacy Council has compiled a collection of freely available videos from YouTube that cover math subject areas generally included on the GED. These video mini-lessons will take you through subjects on the test from the basics like fractions, decimals, and percents to more advanced subjects like solving equations, simplifying polynomial expressions, deconstructing word problems, and graphing.
This site has over 2,400 short teaching videos on a variety of topics in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, developmental math, etc. Khan Academy was originally designed for math students, but has expanded to include a wide variety of subjects. Tutors have the option to set up an account and place their learner in their class. This lets tutors track progress. Click here to get started for the first time. (Note: LFL is interested in this new tracking feature. If you use it with your learner, please let us know what you think.)
An instructors’ guide to teaching math in adult education settings (PDF file).
This website has several pre-made math worksheets, or you can develop worksheets of your own. The worksheets for time and money are particularly helpful.
This math help site is designed for students and adult learners. Click on the tabs for help by category or click on “Quick jump to math help” and scroll down to the specific problem area you need help with.
Tune in to Learning has practical real life math problems for basic math students. Great site!
This site is recommended for GED candidates learning to use a calculator.
For more exercises using a calculator.
This site was designed for younger students (K-12), but has an excellent algebra and geometry section. There are lots of practice problems with instant feedback and step-by-step instructions on how to solve each problem. It’s very user friendly.