High School Math Vocabulary




VocabularySpellingCity provides these high school math word lists to teachers and parents to supplement the high school math curriculum. Using math vocabulary lists and interactive, educational games, high school math students can reinforce advanced math concepts learned in school. The games and lists are ready-to-use: just select any area and word list and then pick one of the 35+ learning activities. The material for the games was specifically written for use in high school math classes. Read MoreRead Less

The math vocabulary lists are based on the Common Core High School Math Standards. VocabularySpellingCity has selected level-appropriate academic vocabulary from all strands of high school math, including geometry, algebra, trigonometry, calculus, statistics and probability. High school math teachers may choose to import these advanced math vocabulary lists into their own accounts and edit or augment them.

High school math is one of the most demanding subjects students face during secondary school. Math concepts become more intricate and high school math vocabulary becomes more exacting. High school math students need every advantage possible to make comprehending advanced math easier. Using varying study methods with high school math terms, students can make concrete math connections that will enable them to successfully achieve in higher math. Limiting word acquisition and vocabulary comprehension to the use of a high school math dictionary robs students of the valuable opportunity to make concrete connections between various strands of math and real life.

The math vocabulary lists are based on the Common Core High School Math Standards. High school math vocabulary strands include algebra vocabulary, geometry vocabulary, trigonometry vocabulary, and high school pre-calculus vocabulary. High school calculus terms are also included in the vast array of words available for drill and practice in the high school math vocabulary lists below. Whether students need high school math help or introduction to college math terms, the targeted vocabulary lists offer various study options. From spelling to definitions and context rich sentences, drill and practice are available through a fun and entertaining approach. High school students can now even have some fun while studying advanced math!

You can import the word lists into your account and use with any of our 35+ activities. Grade level-appropriate activities are recommended below.

The following games are among the most popular and recommended for high school students.

Paragraph Writing Practice allows students to create a paragraph using their spelling or vocabulary words.

Play Paragraph Writing Practice with a high school literature list.

Vocabulary TestMe provides students with the opportunity to take a vocabulary test independently.

Play Vocabulary TestMe with a high school science list.

WhichWord? Definitions provides practice recognizing definitions for each spelling and vocabulary word.

Play WhichWord? Definitions with a high school informational text list.