Teens can find math help at websites like The Study Gurus, Sylvan Learning and Kids.gov. The websites offer a variety of resources for kids, parents and teachers on the mathematics subject, including fun games to help get kids interested in learning.
The Sylvan Learning website provides lessons for teens based on their grades in a variety of topics, such as algebra, geometry, calculus and statistics. The tutoring lessons start at kindergarten level and progress all the way to grade 12. The packages are designed to motivate the student while challenging him without frustration.
The Study Gurus help to improve a teen's math skills by emailing study articles and lesson courses based on their skill level. Innovative study tools, such as the mathematics video package help students understand how math works, why it is important and how to properly study the topic.
At Kids.gov, teens in grades 6 to 8 can play online math games that offer a fun and challenging way to learn. Games such as Break the Code, where students learn about the Enigma decoding machine while decoding messages, and Charts and Tables, where students can make charts to visually see and understand percentages keep kids interested in learning. The site offers games from NCES Kids Zone and the Department of Education, and it also offers many helpful tools to teach about the economy, inflation, measurement, geometry and algebra.