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Welcome to! This web site was developed to help students improve their math skills interactively. Visit our game room and play exciting games like Matho and Hidden Picture...Test your math skills with our Flashcards! Try out the Math Word Find puzzle.
All Math
It's so important to learn addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, because it helps prepare us for anything. Just think about it. If you have a pizza recipe for 1 small pizza and you need 4 large pizzas, addition and multiplication can help you buy the right stuff, mix it correctly, cook it just right and even split the bill with your brother. After all it's his friends you're cooking for! So, we've put together a pretty good flashcard program that can help you memorize your times tables. We are ready to answer your questions and try to give you a place to learn more about arithmetic.
Count On
Count On is the continuation of Maths Year 2000 and will carry on the mission to popularise maths, making it a 'can-do' subject and promoting maths for all.
Ed Helper-Math
Thousands of free mathematical worksheets! Math Worksheets - Algebra, Decimals, Fractions, Ratios, Measurement, Probability, Statistics, Trigonometry, Polynomials! Plus Puzzles, Spelling, and Vocabulary!
Explore Math
Explore Math features interactive multimedia activities that cover topics from beginning algebra to pre-calculus.
Figure This!
Figure This! Match Challenges for Families Find learning activities geared toward middle school students from the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Dept. of Education.
FunBrain Numbers
Seventeen original games based on baseball, soccer, car racing and other fun things will intrigue even the most stubborn elementary-age math students.   My favorites included Cookie Dough (learn to spell numbers up to 10,000 and don't forget that compound numbers from twenty-one to ninety-nine  use a dash), Change Maker (in four different currencies) and Tic-Tac-Toe Squares (not your usual Tic-Tac-Toe.)  Some of the game pages were a little slow to load, but the quality of the games overshadowed this one drawback.
The NCTM Illuminations Web site is designed to illuminate the new vision for school mathematics presented in NCTM's Principles and Standards for School Mathematics.
Math Goodies
This is a free educational web site featuring interactive math lessons, homework help, worksheets, puzzles, message boards, and more. We have over 400 pages of free math activities and resources for students, teachers, and parents.
MathNerds was created by the Center for Advancement of Teaching, Xavier University, as a service for providing help in solving mathematical problems.
MathWork, a tool for creating an unlimited number of customized printable math-related worksheets and answer keys, is a labor of love for homeschooling dad Scott Byrce. In addition to the usual operators, MathWork includes fractions, graphing, telling time, reading a tape measure, and a one hundred chart. "A one hundred chart has a variety of uses. A one hundred chart can be used to teach counting or skip counting. A one hundred chart that starts at zero is good for introducing the concept of place value. A one hundred chart that starts at one can be used to teach about the Sieve of Eratosthenes, and for finding prime numbers."
Math Worksheets
This web page will allow you to create and print math worksheets for children learning simple arithmetic (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division). It requires a browser that supports JavaScript 1.1 and Style Sheets, and a printer. It will work on Internet Explorer 4.0 and Netscape Navigator 4.0 if JavaScript and Style Sheets are enabled

About Math Worksheet Land
Math is a universal language. Regardless of your culture or your dialect two plus two equals four. That is why I like math; it is one of the only things out there that everyone agrees on; outside of theoretical math of course.

National Math Trail
The National Math Trail, an interactive, Internet-based project, is supported by the U.S. Department of Education Star Schools Program through SERC (the Satellite Education Resources Consortium) and by Texas Instruments, Inc
Native American Geometry
About 500 years ago, the Navajo Nation moved from the Northwest to the American Southwest. There they learned the art of rug weaving from the Pueblo Indians. The Navajo became very good at weaving and developed it into an art of their own. The Navajo used geometrical shapes and designs in their rugs. Geometry is the study of shapes, such as circles, triangles, and squares. These shapes can be found on the rugs that they make.
Newton's Window
Newton's Window is not your typical math site! There is something here for everyone, even kids who hate math, which makes it a valuable resource for teachers and parents. It has games, puzzles, riddles, and numerous interactive challenges for students. Weekly SAT words, the Weekly SAT math tip, and the Weekly Math Challenge help take the drudgery out of math. The site also offers homework tips; articles; bulletin boards for teachers, parents, and students; and much more.
PBS Mathline: Concepts -- The Iditarod
This month's Math Concepts focus on the Iditarod Sled Race. Prepare for your classroom lessons with an array of supporting material—time charts, checkpoint guides and a map as well as a history and background of the Iditarod. A list of other supporting print and Web resources is included as well; in the Careers section, you'll find a related article supporting this theme.
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