An educational site for kids, their
parents, and teachers. The site includes a lot of specially devised
games dedicated to bring in more fun into the learning process. The
games are mainly connected with numbers and words. Extra games are for
the fun brain relaxation.
The site is divided into six zones: a
weekly brainteaser (PuzzleZone);
entertaining science-fiction composition exercises (SciFiZone);
weekly science fair profiles and tips (ScienceFairZone);
a small selection of logic and memory games (GameZone);
science news topics for the classroom (TeacherZone);
and a weekly hands-on activity (LabZone).
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.
Great educational resource
with the word puzzle specialization. You'll discover plenty of word
puzzles and the ways how they fit into the educational program. They
will surely enrich your vocabularies because they do not propose words
- they "make words come alive".
A huge collection of mathematical puzzles and
puzzling mathematics. With more than 200 Java applets, this is one of the most
interactive sites one the Web. You may spend many pleasant hours at this site.
This online Maths Club has thousands of
members from 100 countries and many more regular users. Educationally
oriented, it places emphasis on mathematical activities: problems,
articles, games... Also it provides new magazines for school students of all ages
Puzzle generation tool
to create and print word search, crossword and math puzzles using your
word lists as well as to build your own maze or print hand-drawn mazes
created around holidays and classroom topics. Plus Extras: vocabulary
lists and clip arts for your puzzles.
Jill Britton is a
teacher, consultant, author and conference speaker. On her site she
promotes recreation-orientated learning experiences for Middle School
students through symmetry and tessellations, the art of M. C. Escher,
polyhedra and many other recreational tools.