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Starter Of The Day Start your maths lesson with Starter Of The Day. Boost your students' mind power with this brain exercise. Give their mental ability a work out with a range of mathematical puzzles, speed tests and creative ideas. (8/25/09)

 

Online Calculators Access more than 20 online calculators: standard, scientific, matrix, graphing, fractions, algebra, and more (8/19/09)

 

Algebrahelp.com is a collection of lessons, calculators, and worksheets created to assist students and teachers of algebra. Kids begin by reading one of the lessons. Then find help with their homework using step-by-step calculators, and test knowledge using interactive worksheets. All content on algebrahelp.com is accessible free of charge. (8/19/09)

 

Online Resources for Algebra  a catalog of tutorials, lessons, calculators, games, word problems, books (8/19/09)

 

Geometry Games and Resources Online a directory of online resources sorted by grade level from 1 through 12. (8/19/09)

 

Math Fun Facts are ideas and puzzles that will change the way you think. This archive is designed as a resource for enriching your math courses and nurturing your interest and talent in mathematics! Each Math Fun Fact is a math puzzle or short article that contains a cool mathematics idea. You'll can learn about the mathematics of things like card shuffling to poker to computer vision to fractals to music, just to name a few. (8/15/09)

 

Computing Technology for Math Excellence is devoted to resources for teaching and learning mathematics (K-12 and calculus), technology integration, and the standards movement in education. Find the best Web sites for standards-based instruction and technology integration! (8/12/09)

 

MathExpression.com  provides free math tutoring online. To do so, they have carefully created easy and understandable lessons for kids. For effective learning, each lesson has four parts: a video, study tips, practice questions, and step-by-step solutions. (8/12/09)

 

Pictogram Graph  helps students create and learn about pictogram graphs in an interactive environment.  The Pictogram Graph website makes it simple to add titles, choose a picture, choose the value of each picture, choose the number of rows/columns, and place pictures on the graph. (8/12/09)

 

Tangram House  This online version of the Chinese puzzle lets students select a puzzle to complete and work with 7 tans (shapes) to fill the puzzle.  The tans can be rotated, flipped, and dragged into place.  The puzzles can be completed online or downloaded for free as an offline game. (8/7/09)

 

Math Interactives  This multimedia resource includes interactive math activities, print activities, learning strategies, and videos that illustrate how math is used in everyday life. The resource addresses the numerous mathematics topics including Fractions; Integers; Percentages; Rate/Ratio/Proportion; Square Roots; Exponents; Patterns; Algebra; Linear Equations; and many, many more. (8/3/09)

 

MathATube is a video website focused on serving up video content to help students learn mathematics. You can browse the available content or search for specific content on the site via a Google custom search. (7/26/09)

 

Calculation Nation™ uses the power of the Web to let students challenge opponents from anywhere in the world. At the same time, students are able to challenge themselves by investigating significant mathematical content and practicing fundamental skills. The element of competition adds an extra layer of excitement. (7/23/09)

 

Mathebook.net has online tutorials as well as downloadable pdf tutorials which one can save and use later,  it can even be used by teachers for homework. The site is fully interactive and will allow kids to practice and learn math with ease. (7/21/09)

 

21st Century Skills Map - Mathematics This 21st Century Skills Map is the result of hundreds of hours of research, development and feedback from educators and business leaders across the nation. The Partnership has issued this map for the core subject of Mathematics. (7/17/09)

 

Visual Math Learning is a free interactive multimedia on-line tutorial for math students designed to run on any personal computer with a modern browser. The goal of Visual Math Learning is to develop an understanding of mathematics through insight, concept, and perception. (7/12/09)

 

Domain and Range-Graphically!  This demo is designed to help students use graphical representations of functions to determine the domain and range.  It is appropriate for any course in which functions are discussed.  It is especially useful for courses such as elementary algebra, precalculus, and calculus. (7/10/09)

 

WMnet Whiteboard Resources for Secondary Math  More than 60 IWB activities from Birmingham (UK) City Council (7/3/09)

 

Mathematics at Work  brochures examine how higher-level mathematics is used in today’s workplaces. The brochures present case studies drawn from leading industries nationwide to illustrate the advanced mathematics knowledge and skills embedded in jobs that offer opportunities for advancement and are accessible to high school graduates. (7/3/09)

 

Links for Math Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHS

Downloadable PDF math activity packets from NCTM:

Middle School | High School (6/19/09)

 

 

Links for Math Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHSXP Math  is a mathematics resource site for teachers ans students. There are NCTM standards-based games, worksheets, forums, information on math careers, ebooks, and more. (6/19/09)

 

What's my angle?  Ten online interactives to support teaching and learning about and investigating angle measurement. (5/26/09)

 

Links for Math Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHSFibonacci Faces - The Beautiful People  This slideshow is an informative discussion of the Fibonacci sequence, the golden ratio and their connection to the proportions of the human face. There are accompanying resources for both algebra 1 and algebra 2. (5/21/09)

 

 

 

The COUNTDOWN  web site is a compilation hundreds of of 4-7 minute math movies edited from the hour-long COUNTDOWN TV shows. The movies are organized on the web site according to content standards established by the NCTM. These instructional videos are also cross-referenced in an alpha index so students and parents can access math support by specific topic. (5/19/09)

 

Links for Math Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHSeCalc Math Help Reference Sheets  Concise quick reference sheets for algebra, geometry, trig definitions, trig laws and identities, calculus derivatives and limits, and calculus integrals are available in both online and downloadable PDF versions. (5/10/09)

 

Links for Math Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHSCalculators  Online, desktop, and embeddable calculators in basic and scientific versions. Use online versions with an IWB to teach calculator skills. (5/10/09)

 

mathematics at pppst.com  free math presentations in PowerPoint format (5/8/09)

 

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Illuminations Resources for Teaching Math from NCTM has 102 online interactive activities available. Search for the type of activities you’re looking. (5/8/09)

 

Math Exercises  These interactive exercises allow kids to enjoy themselves while improving their maths!! (4/28/09)

 

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Waldomaths  A collection of Java applets for interactively investigating a variety of math topics. Grades 6-12. (4/28/09)

 

Tricki  a Wiki-style site that is intended to develop into a large store of useful mathematical problem-solving techniques. All of them will be techniques that are used regularly by mathematical problem-solvers, at every level of experience. (4/25/09)

 

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Math Nspired  An online resource center for algebra and geometry educators from Texas Instruments where you can customize activities to meet the unique needs of your students(4/22/09)

 

Links for Math Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHSCalculation Nation™  uses the power of the Web to let students challenge opponents from anywhere in the world. At the same time, students are able to challenge themselves by investigating significant mathematical content and practicing fundamental skills. The element of competition adds an extra layer of excitement. (4/20/09)

 

Annenberg Media's multimedia mathematics resources help teachers increase their expertise and assist them in improving their teaching methods. Many programs are also intended for students in the classroom and viewers at home. (4/3/09)

 

Algebra vs the Cockroaches  A Flash game in which you must write the equation of the line in slope-intercept form to destroy the roaches before they win

(3/25/09)

 

Links for Math Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHSThe Eyeballing Game  works by showing you a series of geometries that need to be adjusted a little bit to make them right. You will be presented with each challenge three times. The table to the right shows how you did on each challenge each time.

(3/16/09)

 

 

Figure This  is a series of mathematics challenges designed to be done by students with their parents (3/10/09)

 

Gamequarium>Algebra  numerous links to algebra-related content (2/25/09)

 

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Math Doodles  is a set of math games created by Daren Carstens that help middle school students learn the most important aspect of math…it can be fun! (2/24/09)

 

Interactive Algebra  Activities for Equations & Inequalities, Factoring, and Graphing (2/22/09)

 

MyAlgebra.com  - the place to solve YOUR algebra problems! (2/21/09)

 

Links for Math Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHSMathBits.com  is devoted to offering fun, yet challenging, lessons and activities in high school (and college level) mathematics (2/20/09)

 

 

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Mathtrain.TV  is a free educational "kids teaching kids" project from Mr. Marcos & his students at Lincoln Middle School in Santa Monica, CA  (2/16/09)

 

Links for Math Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHSNUMBERNUT.COM  This site offers an introduction to mathematics and its variety of topics. It's not just for kids, it's for everyone, even if you aren't a number nut. (2/14/09)

 

Using a Scientific Calculator  Learn to use a scientific calculator to do simple and complex math problems. Practice with the on screen calculator or use your own.  (2/12/09)

 

incompetech 

Free Online Graph Paper / Grid Paper PDFs (2/4/09)

 

Lure of the Labyrinth  is a digital game for middle-school pre-algebra students. It includes a wealth of intriguing math-based puzzles wrapped into an exciting narrative game (2/3/09)

 

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Visual Fractions  a tutorial that models fractions using number lines and circles (1/29/09)

 

 

Links for Math Teachers - Classrooms for the Future / MVHSMathTV.com  algebra and basic math videos (1/23/09)

 

Dynamic Math Classroom  examples of how the Web and dynamic software can transform math learning and teaching (1/23/09)

 

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SpeedCrunch  a fast, high precision and powerful desktop calculator. (1/22/09)

 

Jeopardy Math  Jeopardy-style PowerPoint math games (1/17/09)

 

Problem Pictures bringing mathematics to life with photographs. Striking photographs are combined with original questions and problems to challenge students at all levels. (1/9/09)

 

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FreeMathHelp.com  many math help resources available, including math lessons, math games, and a math help message board. (12/30/2008)

 

Utah Education Network  Math interactives for grades 7-12

 

NetTrekker Math Resources

 

Real World Math  activities using Google Earth in the math curriculum

 

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MathVids.com  a website dedicated to providing high quality, instructional, free math videos to middle school, high school, and college students

 

LaTeX Equation Editor  type in your LaTeX equation and click Render Expression to get an equation you can paste into any document

Sitmo Equation Editor  easily create equations that will be generated as .png format images

 

WebMath

WebMath Solve your math problems today

 

SOS Math

S.O.S. MATHematics free resource for math review material from Algebra to Differential Equations

 

Calculus on the Web from Temple University

 

Mathway

Mathway Solves your math problems with step-by-step explanations

 

Futures Channel

The Futures Channel: Mathematics high quality multimedia content which educators in any setting can use to enliven curriculum, engage students and otherwise enhance the learning experience

The Futures Channel: Algebra

 

The Futures Channel: Problem Solving

 

interactive mathematics

interactive mathematics where you learn math by playing with it

 

Interactivate

Interactivate interactive Java-based coursework for exploring mathematics

 

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives interactive web-based models for math

 

MasterMathMentor

Master Math Mentor higher level math resources

 

TI-89 Graphing Calculator Emulator  download a free authentic-looking simulation of the TI-89

 

Equation Grapher  interactively graph polynomials live, the shape of the curve changes as the coefficients are modified

 

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Learn and Use GeoGebra Step-by-Step Help on How to Use GeoGebra 

 

 

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