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Here you find hundreds of math worksheets,
workbooks, math word problems, puzzles, games, videos and much more
for students and teachers in grade levels 1 through 6. Our materials
are printable, fun, easy to use and free to download.
The site offers free math lessons featuring an
interactive on-line tutorial for teaching elementary mathematics and
basic arithmetic for grades K-12 at the pre-algebra level. The
tutorial includes games, puzzles, interactive diagrams, and computer
animated virtual manipulatives that emphasize active learning concepts
Interactive tools to help anyone with
mathematics. The tools embrace such topics as prime factors, long
multiplication, long division, quadratic equations, etc. Plus a
comprehensive puzzle archive. Website by Mark Riedel.
The Smartkit website strives to bring you a fresh
daily supply of captivating puzzles to exercise and train your brain.
Intermixed you’ll also find an expert, in-depth & frequently updated
guide to brain enhancement.
A Student-centered, Non-competitive,
All-inclusive, and Problem-based math fair is an event
that gives teachers an opportunity to have their students do problem
solving with a particular goal in mind. The site introduces you to the
event in greater detail, claiming the math fair can be adapted to
almost any curriculum and set of standards.
"Appunti di Matematica Ricreativa", i.e. "Notes
of Recreational Mathematics." Though in Italian the site embraces a
wide collection of mathematical topics which can be of interest to
any math lover. BTW, you can use the AltaVista
Babel Fish Translation for the site's text
A free website devoted to making math fun. The
explanations use simple language, with plenty of graphics and
animations to make learning easy. The site includes math-oriented
Puzzles and the
Math is Fun Forum.
GENA is an independent educational organization
which mission is to improve student performance through the provision
of engaging inquiry-based learning opportunities for students by
providing job-embedded professional learning services to teachers, and
conducting and publishing research.
The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) is
the largest professional society that focuses on undergraduate
mathematics education. The MAA defines its mission as "to advance the
mathematical sciences, especially at the collegiate level." Their site
contains many interesting sections including such as
Mathfest, and especially
The most complete mathematical resource on
the web, assembled over more than a decade by internet encyclopedist
Eric W. Weisstein with assistance from the mathematics and internet
communities. This comprehensive and interactive mathematics
encyclopedia is a must for every math devotee.
Great and free mathematics resources to the education community!
Plenty of mathematics stuff in such topics as Geometry, Fractions,
Graphs, Algebra, etc., and, of course, Puzzles. If you want to enrich
your own education process or make mathematics curriculum brighter -
this site is meant for you.