Whether you are looking to supplement your child’s traditional school math experience or homeschooling experience, there are several good options for online math classes. Ranging from free, to $500, there are several options available depending on if you just want to learn, or if you want to earn credits. Here are a few of our favorite options:

Homeschool Math is a site offering a dynamic range of online math classes. Providing full lessons, ebooks, free math worksheets and online math games to keep it interesting, Homeschool Math offers full curriculum courses for, among others, grades 1-6, and specialty classes in addition, algebra, geometry and fractions. To further assist parents and guardians in making the decision that is right for their child, they offer resource articles such as “How to Choose a Homeschool Math Curriculum”, “Is Your Math Curriculum Coherent and Logical?” and “Algebra 1 Curriculum: Advice and Recommendations for Homeschoolers.”

Another option for online math classes is Khan Academy. Khan Academy is a non-profit organization that offers, among other options, free math courses. Students of all walks of life are welcome and frequent program-users include home-schoolers, public and private school faculty and adults returning to school. Among their 3,000 courses offered, they include Arithmetic and Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Probability, Statistics, Precalculus, Calculus, Differential Equations and Linear Algebra.

Omega Math online math courses is another option for those looking to enhance their math education. With lessons to cater to students from age K-12, they have a large library of courses in the areas of Algebra, Geometry, Statistics and more. They also welcome college students as well as adults looking to return to school. One great feature of Omega Math is that they offer Basic Math and Algebra 1 in both English and Spanish. All math instructors have graduate degrees in mathematics and are available to assist students with all of their questions. They have three course options with varying price points. Non-credit classes start at $115, continuing education units through California Polytechnic University San Luis Obispo start at $295 and for full university credits through Omega’s affiliation with Woodbury University, classes start at $485.