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*Industrial Mathematics Projects for High School Students* These projects range from basic math to calculus and are engaging and relevant. They include areas of application, background, materials needed, and a download which contains any handouts, rubrics, and sample solutions. (12/21/13 09:54)

**jsTIfied** is an online TI-73, TI-76.fr, TI-81, TI-82, TI-82 Stats.fr, TI-83, TI-83+, TI-83+SE, TI-84+, and TI-84+SE emulator written in JS/HTML5. It is an exact functioning replica of a real graphing calculator, so you can use it for math, graphing, statistics, programming, and more. (12/7/13 11:07)

**That Quiz: Probability** is an online quiz for grades 3-5 to use to brush up on their comprehension of how probability works. The game has five levels, a timer that can be used or not, and instant feedback. The site is very easy to navigate and is a great review. (12/6/13 19:34)

**The Pythagorean Theorem: Geometry’s Most Elegant Theorem** This video lesson teaches students about the history of the Pythagorean theorem, along with proofs and applications. It is geared toward high school Geometry students that have completed a year of Algebra and addresses NCTM national standards. (11/23/13 09:56)

**Trigonometry for Solving Problems** This lesson offers a pair of puzzles to enforce the skills of identifying equivalent trigonometric expressons. Addtional worksheets enhance students' abilities to appreciate and use trigonometry as a tool in problem solving. (11/23/13 09:53)

The **Electronic Bookshelf** features an interdisciplinary approach to a mathematical topic. Some of these materials may be downloaded directly and others may be obtained by contacting the listed source. Many were developed as part of the Math Across the Curriculum Project at Dartmouth College. This work was supported in part by the National Science Foundation. (11/16/13 09:50)

The **Wolfram ****Problem Generator** creates random practice questions for students, and Wolfram Alpha then helps them find the answers step-by-step. *T*he Generator covers six subjects: arithmetic, number theory, algebra, calculus, linear algebra and statistics. The difficulty of the questions can be adjusted for students in elementary school through those in college calculus classes. (10/26/13 10:11)

**Core Math Tools** is a downloadable suite of interactive software tools for algebra and functions, geometry and trigonometry, and statistics and probability. The tools are appropriate for use with any HS mathematics curriculum and compatible with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. (10/19/13 09:44)

**Math Worksheets Land** has tons of printable math worksheets that cover just about every topic in the CORE curriculum, over 15,900 PDF files that total more than 51,000 printable pages, preschool to High School. (10/12/13 09:29)

The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics launched **Figure This!** - Mathematical challenges for families provide interesting math challenges that middle-school students can do at home with their families. (8/17/13 10:08)

**Formulasheet.com** Search for formulas. Upload your formulas with a single click. Create formulas from scratch using an intuitive equation editor. (5/24/13 10:05)

**Venn Diagrams** This activity presents a variety of problems for the students to investigate the power of Venn Diagrams. This activity is envisioned to be used prior to a probability unit to introduce a counting technique when the elements are not mutually exclusive. (5/11/13 08:39)

**WriteLaTeX** is a free service that lets you create, edit & share your scientific ideas easily online using LaTeX, a comprehensive & powerful tool for scientific writing. (4/26/13 10:54)

**Problem Based Learning Curriculum Maps** are based on the Math Common Core State Standards and the associated scope and sequences. The problems and tasks have been scoured from thoughtful math bloggers who have advanced our practice by posting their materials online. (4/19/13 10:27)

**KnowRe** is an online adaptive math learning program with the goal of helping students succeed in math. This is achieved by: Assessing a student’s individual strengths and weaknesses, Personalizing a curriculum for each student’s focus areas, and Engaging students with game-like features, attractive graphics, and social learning. (4/12/13 09:59)

*Understanding Geometric Figures Through Drawing and Paper Folding* is a series of 5 videos explaining and demonstrating how paper folding helps students understand geometric figures, and how to use paper as a visual and kinesthetic tool. One segment goes through the van Hiele Taxonomy of Geometric Thinking as a way to follow a student’s progress through the steps of understanding. After the lecture segments, watch students in classrooms working with paper and compasses as they explain what they are learning. (3/29/13 10:39)

**Math for Morons Like Us** has been designed by students to "assist you in your pursuit of increased mathematical understanding," or whatever sounds good to you. The subjects covered range from Pre-Algebra to Calculus. This site is meant to help you understand math concepts better, hopefully clarifying some of those confusing math concepts. (3/23/13 10:34)

The **InThinking Teach Maths** is a subscription site designed for teachers of middle years students aged 11-16. The aim of the site is to provide 'Lessons to look forward to' focusing on the creation of rich teaching and learning experiences and fostering math thinking skills. A range of ideas and resources that take full advantage of technology, extend the walls of the classroom, and are simply good activities. (3/23/13 10:21)

**MrHegartyMaths.com** is a website where students can find help using video tutorials for their GCSE and A-Level maths exams. The website contains numerous video tutorials which either explain maths concepts or answer past paper exam questions. (3/23/13 10:06)

**jsTIfied** is an online TI-73, TI-76.fr, TI-81, TI-82, TI-82 Stats.fr, TI-83, TI-83+, TI-83+SE, TI-84+, and TI-84+SE emulator written in JS/HTML5. It is an exact functioning replica of a real graphing calculator, so you can use it for math, graphing, statistics, programming, and more. (3/2/13 09:48)

**Symbolab** is a semantic web search engine for math and science that allows users to search for equations, formulas, and expressions using mathematical symbols and scientific notations as well as full text search. The goal of the site is to provide the most relevant search results that are theoretically and semantically similar, rather than visually. Symbolab indexes the full text and equations of online encyclopedias, dictionaries, academic publications, lectures, books and more currently covering mathematics, physics, and chemistry. (2/23/13 11:12)

**Who Killed Professor X?** is a graphic novel that teaches math through a detective story set in 1900 Paris. Its heroes include some of the greatest mathematicians of all time. It is the story of a murder, of which the mathmaticians are considered suspects. Each suspect’s statement to the police leads to a mathematical problem. Readers try to solve problems and determine whether or not each suspect has a valid alibi. (2/16/13 09:15)

**YourTeacher** is a leading digital publisher specializing in middle school, high school and college level math. Their subscription website, YourTeacher.com, together with an extensive line of math apps, have provided hundreds of thousands of students with math tutoring, standardized test prep, and homeschooling. (2/16/13 09:02)

**Understanding Mean, Median And Mode** When you’re working with averages, you’re crunching a lot of numbers into one handy number that gives a general idea of what you’re measuring. In this lesson and you’ll learn a few useful ways to crunch the numbers in your life. (2/9/13 10:07)

**Shape and Space in Geometry** provides a chance to experience geometry anew. At its roots, geometry is not abstract. Rather, it's fun and colorful, instructive and practical. Geometry is about real things: how big they are, whether they fit, how to find them, what they look like in a mirror. Geometry is naturally concrete. This lab divides activities into two broad categories. Activities about *shape* center on identifying properties of various shapes and measuring their dimensions. Activities about *space* focus on moving objects around in your imagination, and visualizing how things will look. (2/2/13 10:12)

**Tumbletown Mathletics** is a fast paced Flash game that will test a variety of mathematic skills. Practice fractions, counting money, understanding spatial relationships, perimeter measurement, and basic arithmetic calculations such as adding, subtracting, simple multiplying and dividing while earning points. There are five increasingly difficult levels to this interactive game.(1/26/13 10:08)

**Trigonometry: Measure of an Angle** describes the process of expressing a real number as the radian measure of an angle. It explains why angles are expressed in degrees, minutes, and seconds. Three examples show how to express an angle in degree-minute-second notation, in radians, and how to find the length of an arc on a circle. Three exercises with solutions are provided. (1/26/13 10:04)

Love, betrayal..... calculus.... **Math Warriors** is a web series about a bunch of college math nerds at Yale, as they strive to win the National Collegiate Math-a-thon against their arch-nemesis, Harvard. Math's a real battlefield! Math Warriors is like The Big Bang Theory meets The Office -- and it’s online, free to anyone in the world who would like to view it. The show brings together the world of math and sciences with the world of pop culture and entertainment. Laugh at the warriors -- and you may not even realize you are learning something about math while you watch.... (1/26/13 09:57)

**Printable Teaching Resource: Algebra Assessment Tool** This assessment tool allows students to reflect upon and display their understanding of algebra. You can download and edit the template to suit your needs as required. (1/26/13 09:50)

**Homework Help** is a free online math help resource for students in Grades 7-10. Homework Help provides free, live one-on-one tutoring from Ontario teachers Sunday to Thursday from 5:30pm – 9:30pm ET. (1/26/13 09:47)

This set of 25 free flash-based interactive math resources to use on your interactive whiteboard is from **Dreambox**. They are suitable for KS1 and lower KS2 (Grades K-4) Games include Numbers 1-10, 1-20, Matching Number pairs, Ordering Fractions, and fraction addition. Plus many more! These will work on any iwb or even with just a projector. (1/18/13 13:02)

The **Pattern Block Rock** activity connects your knowledge of geometric shapes and equivalency to musical notes and rhythms. Simply choose your pattern blocks and press play — your pattern will transform into a musical composition you can see and hear! (1/12/13 10:18)

The **Video Math Tutor** website is intended to help students from seventh grade through college. Teachers, tutors, and parents will also find this site to be very useful. It contains a collection of high quality videos and printable notes created by Mr. Luis Anthony Ast, a professional math tutor with 29 years tutoring experience. (1/12/13 10:02)

**Thinking Mathematics** presents a host of curriculum essays, more general mathematical essays, and puzzlers. Find books that cover the content of the high school curriculum in a joyful and accessible way (with no sacrifice to rigor) respectful of the beauty and wondrous creative nature of mathematics. See how even high-school mathematics can surprise and delight, and how clean and uncluttered key topics can be. (12/29/12 16:08)

The mission of **Math for America** is to improve mathematics and science education in US public secondary schools by building a corps of outstanding STEM teachers and leaders. Our goal is to support those outstanding STEM teachers already in the classroom and to increase the number of mathematically talented individuals entering teaching. (12/29/12 16:04)

**The Math Board Game** ™ was designed by educators to reinforce the Common Core Math Standards for students in Grades 3-8. The game is a powerful, engaging resource for teachers to use in their classroom with their students, as both a learning tool and a preparation for the Common Core Standards assessments. Students compete individually or as a team to answer CCS math procedure questions and perform math tasks, with the goal of moving around a colorful math game board and making it to the finish first. (12/29/12 15:59)

**Algebra 1 Teachers** is a tool that will help with Algebra 1 curriculum design using the Common Core State Standards. Lesson plans, assessments, activities, organization, and even tips on keeping your sanity will be addressed on this website. (10/20/12 10:12)

**Maths Careers** is a resource for those wishing to know where studying mathematics can lead. The website is focused on young people between 11 and 19. You will find a range of resources that support the teaching of maths in the classroom. (10/20/12 10:07)

** VCE Further Maths Help** Free video tutorials from Australia for maths students. *EducateTube.com* serves up math videos spanning topics from exploring numbers to advanced topics. *YourTeacher.com Channel* Where you can find hundreds of free math videos. (10/20/12 09:43)

**Mathsframe** provides interactive IWB resources for teaching maths at primary schools. These resources can be used by teachers to explore numbers and patterns with their students. Resources were designed around the curriculum, are simple to understand, and can be easily differentiated to suit a class's needs. (10/13/12 10:20)

**E-Examples from Principles and Standards for School Mathematics** includes activities and related standards for grades K-12. NCTM. (9/8/12 12:00)

**A+ Click **helps students become problem solvers. No fees, ads, or registration. The website features a collection of illustrated challenging math problems for students in grades 1-12. The website has a graduated set of over 2200 problems, starting from the very simple to the extremely difficult. The website also includes hundreds of practical problems and brainteasers. (8/31/12 17:47)

**MathScore** is a research-based, practice-focused educational program that provides just enough fun without distracting students from learning. It places great emphasis on foundational skills, helping students learn the skills that are the most important. (8/31/12 17:41)

**Transformational Geometry in Cornrow Braiding** Integrate mathematics and culture: Learn about the history and culture of cornrow braiding. A tutorial shows how to make cornrow braids and how to position them. Math software expands the act of braiding into transformational geometry. Students will use translation, rotation, dilation, and reflection while making their own cornrow designs. Find useful classroom material for for grades 7-12, including math curricular connections, finding equations for cornrow spirals, and pre- and post-test questions. (8/24/12 10:46)

*Fermi Problems For Your Class *Enrico Fermi is the father of "solving maths problems we will never kown the exact answer to." Such as how many leaves are on all the trees in Central Park. They are great for getting students to think mathematically and use problem solving skills. (8/24/12 10:40)

**What's for Dinner?** Students will conduct Internet searches to find recipes for appetizers, main courses, side dishes, and desserts that appeal to them. They will then plan (and, optionally, cook) a dinner for their families or friends, taking into consideration the cost of the items they will need to buy in order to do their cooking, and the amounts they will need to buy in order adequately to feed a given number of people. (8/24/12 10:38)

**Margaret Sinclair's Math Units** Some high-level ideas for math units that incorporate real-world problems, computer use with Sketchpad and spreadsheets. For grades 9-12. (8/18/12 10:50)

**Math Nook** A collection of numerous math games and their associated skill categories, including addition, algebra, comparing, fractions, geometry, vocabulary, and many more. Click on a game link to play the game or click on the skill links to see more games in that category. (8/18/12 10:43)

The *Amazing Mathematical Object Factory* produces lists of combinatorial objects (combinations, permutations, subsets, ). The best way to learn about combinatorial objects is to study lots of examples of them and AMOF should help you in that study. (8/4/12 10:03)

*Cash Out* You're the cashier at this crazy store. You need to give change to the customers buying things. Try to sell as many items as possible before the time runs out. Click on the coins and bills to make the correct change. (7/21/12)

*Yup'ik Tundra Navigation* The Yup'ik native Alaskans have navigated the tundra for centuries using a combination of mathematics and environmental information. This website provides the opportunity to explore some of the indigenous navigation techniques of the Yup'ik. (5/26/12 09:32)

In **Shape Sleuth** you kick a soccer ball at a hidden shape and try to determine what kind of shape it is by observing how the ball bounces off it. There are four levels and each becomes more difficult with an increasing number of shapes to choose from. Flash-based. (5/19/12 10:56)

**Math Court** is a game designed to grow your proof skills tall and strong. Play it in teams, or on your own. Play it online, or print out the game board, playing cards, and legal reasons, for the level you want, then play it anywhere. (5/19/12 10:51)

The **Wolfram Education Portal** offers the best of all of the Wolfram technologies to you here, organized by course. In the portal you'll find a dynamic textbook, lesson plans, widgets, interactive Demonstrations, and more built by Wolfram education experts. (4/28/12 13:12)

**GoGeometry from the Land of the Incas** is a website developed and maintained by Antonio Gutierrez, that offers a variety of resources for teaching and learning about geometry. The website mixes dynamic geometry, animations, science, and Incan history in order to raise students' interest in Euclidean geometry. Numerous problems are presented with step-by-step solutions for each proof. All the steps are colorful and animated. (4/28/12 13:04)

This **Online Equation Editor** opens in a pop-up window. You can enter math characters, symbols or expressions by clicking on the icons provided. A snippet of code is generated, then edit the code, and type your numbers or variables, or some additional text. After you're done, you can download the gif image to your computer or copy it to a document. (4/28/12 12:49)

**Daum Equation Editor** is a Chrome web app that allows the creation and editing of mathematical expressions quickly and easily in your Chrome browser. (4/21/12 13:03)

**Test Yourself: Properties of Numbers** Self-test your knowledge of multiples, factors, prime numbers, highest common factors, square and triangle numbers, and products. The answers are given at the end, as well as the way the answers are derived. (4/21/12 12:40)

**Tricky Track** This activity gives children the opportunity to grapple with experimental vs theoretical probability, in an accessible and appealing context. It will be essential for learners to discuss their ideas with others as they work on the problem. (3/24/12 09:55)

**My Life In Numbers** displays real-time calculations using interesting statistics, fun facts and fascinating numbers. All sorts of events are measured in many different ways. For example, they are currently counting down to the London 2012 Olympics in tube passengers and measuring the earth solar distance since the first moon landing. You can even create your own personal events.(3/3/12 09:11)

**Ratios in the Kitchen** deals with ratios and how they are important in cooking. Users learn the relationship between numbers and quantities in order to have the recipe turn out as intended. Students use different ways of expressing a ratio in numbers and in words, watch a slide show, and get feedback on their answers.(3/3/12 09:02)

**Excel Spreadsheet Activities** Dozens of spreadsheet activities for teaching math concepts. Guidance documents give details on how to use the program with useful key questions and prompts. (3/3/12 08:57)

**Dr Kelliher's Maths eBooks** is building, establishing, and promoting a global presence and distribution network for math eBooks focussed on the UK primary and North American elementary and high school school curriculums. Books can be purchased from Amazon, many are free to Amazon Prime members.(2/4/12 08:22)

**Math Games** a comprehensive assorted index of online math games for elementary and middle school in four categories: Number Sense, Math Facts Games, Fractions & Decimals, and Various Math Subjects. (2/4/12 08:14)

**A Better Calculator** Desmos set out to reimagine the graphing calculator from the ground up, building on the best technologies available. This is beautiful, powerful, intuitive math that lives in your browser. Graph multiple functions in vivid color and watch them update as you type. Save your work to the cloud or share it with friends. Transform your computer or tablet into a math engine — and it's all completely free. (1/28/12 09:03)

**Algebra 2 & Trig Review Challenge** is a "Jeopardy" style class game. This activity was designed for reviewing the topics of Algebra, Trig, Equations, Sequences and Quadratics with Algebra 2/Trig level students. (1/28/12 08:54)

**Soccer Shootout** is an interactive math game from FunBrain. Score and Save by correctly answering math problems. First you shoot, then you try to save the shot by FunBrain. (1/28/12 08:48)

**Math Fun Facts** 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. From Harvey Mudd College. (1/14/12 10:14)

*Math Attack* is committed to reducing math anxiety by providing effective math learning tools and knowledge to students, parents and educators. (1/7/12 09:40)

**Sketch Exchange** is a free online community for users of The Geometer’s Sketchpad to share ideas and connect with peers. The Geometer’s Sketchpad is a proven tool for elementary, middle, high school and beyond, providing teachers and students with a tangible, visual way to explore a range of mathematical concepts. (1/7/12 09:28)

**Maths Office** provides a range of Lesson Plans, Schemes of Work, Homework Sheets, Tests and Mark Sheets for all levels of Mathematics. All our resources cover Key Stage 3 and 4 (ages 11-16). (12/3/11 13:35)

**Square One TV.org** Dedicated to preserving and remembering the greatest math show in the history of television ...for over 6 years! (12/3/11 13:27)

**Mathematics and Multimedia** There is an excellent series of Geogebra tutorials on this blog by Guillermo Bautista if you are interested in getting to grips with Geogebra. (11/26/11 08:43)

**Geogebra Resources** Geogebra is a free piece of software you can use to enhance your pupils’ learning. It combines the ability of graph-plotting with dynamic geometry. Think of it as Omnigraph and The Geometer’s Sketchpad in one program that is easier to use, more intuitive, and looks a lot better! (11/26/11 08:40)

**GeoGebra Applet Central** Free and downloadable GeoGebra applets for math teachers, students, and enthusiasts. (11/26/11 08:35)

**Math10.com** presents math formulas, problems, tests, a forum, and free help. It's ambitious goal is to include the entire math knowledge. (11/19/11 10:37)

**The Math Open Reference Project** A free interactive math textbook on the web.Using interactive tools and compelling animations, it provides an engaging way to learn and explore the subject. Teachers will have new ways to teach, and the students a new way to learn that is fun and engaging. (11/19/11 10:30)

**SeeMath.com** is a free website that provides mathematics animations, short, sharp visual explanations of mathematical concepts. Teachers can use the animations to help to illustrate a concept or process for their class. Some animations have step-by-step explanations. (11/19/11 10:20)

**mrbartonmaths.com** is a treasure trove of free maths gems for pupils, teachers and parents. The aim of this website is to get everybody enjoying their maths a bit more. Whether you are a teacher looking for a fancy resource to spice up your lesson, a pupil looking for a different way to understand a topic, or a parent wanting to get involved in your child's learning of maths. (11/5/11 09:46)

** Calcblog** provides useful tips and tutorials to help you use graphing, scientific and financial calculator more effectively. The site covers a host of topics for students, educators and working professionals. (10/29/11 09:06)

**VideoMathTeacher** videos will help you visualize and grasp concepts effectively, so that you may learn easily and at your own pace. All videos (Basic Math, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus) are created by an experienced math professor. (10/29/11 09:03)

**Exploring Computational Thinking** Google is committed to promoting computational thinking throughout the K-12 curriculum to support student learning and expose everyone to this 21st century skill. (10/22/11 09:27)

**Mathematics in Movies** This is a collection of movie clips in which Mathematics appears. (10/15/11 09:02)

**Mathopoly** is a teaching tool disguised as a math game! Mathopoly offers students the opportunity to learn mathematical concepts and formulas in a fun, relaxed environment. The game incorporates the mathematical diversity required to ensure success for kids in today’s challenging curriculum. (10/01/11 10:12)

**Thinking Blocks** is a suite of learning tools designed to help students solve math word problems accurately and efficiently. Using brightly colored blocks, students model mathematical relationships and identify known and unknown quantities. (9/17/11 09:52)

**ExploreLearning.com** offers the world's largest library of interactive online simulations for math and science education in grades 3-12. (9/3/11 10:00)

**Real World Math** is designed for educators who wish to extend the concepts of the math curriculum beyond the pages of the text. Google Earth is the tool that will be used to accomplish this. Google Earth provides startling clear satellite views of the globe in an interactive 3D environment. Beyond the visual, users can add placemarks, annotations, photos, and models, as well as measure distances and draw paths. (8/20/11 12:34)

**Numbaland** Award winning math mini-games designed to help learners develop strong number concepts. Play Battleship Numberline, Angle Asteroids, Block Basher, and more. (8/13/11 12:54)

**LearnMath360.com** Math learning strategies teachers can use today. Here are some tips for math learning strategies that should make this a much more pleasant subject for kids to learn – and for teachers to teach. (8/13/11 12:48)

Put your students in a pickle! **MathPickle** is for K-12 teachers. Here you will find curricular games, puzzles and mini-competitions for the classroom. (8/13/11 12:44)

**The Math Guy** The complete sound archive dating back to April 1995, from National Public Radio's Weekend Edition Saturday. (8/13/11 12:40)

**Fractions Worksheets and Lessons** If you are a math teacher, tutor, a parent or a student; this site understands your needs as the staff have experience being all of these. This site is about fractions only. The team will put all of its experience in math teaching to work for all of your teaching and learning needs, free of cost. (7/22/11 1:22 PM)

**Ohio Resource Center for Mathematics, Science, and Reading** (ORC) provides links to peer-reviewed instructional resources that have been identified by a panel of Ohio educators as exemplifying best or promising practice. Available resources include content and professional resources and assessment and general education resources that will support preK–12 classroom teachers and higher education faculty members. (7/22/11 12:38 PM)

**GCF LearnFree.org Math Basics** Do you need help with basic math like subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, times tables and percents? Our basic math tutorials and learning interactives make learning math easier, and allow you to practice basic math skills at your own level and pace. (7/16/11)

**Mathsduck.co.uk** first went online in 2007 as a resource to support the learning and teaching of Maths. Mathsduck is now focussed on providing games to aid the revision of Maths. (7/16/11)

**studymaths.co.uk** This site has been set up to help people study their maths. If you're stuck on your homework or trying to revise a difficult exam topic then this site is for you. On this site you will find everything you need to help you pass your GCSE maths. (7/16/11)

**Free Downloadable GeoGebra Tutorials in PDF** If you want to learn GeoGebra offline, here are the lists of excellent GeoGebra tutorials in portable document format (PDF). These materials are free and available for download. (7/9/11)

**Personal-Math-Online-Help.com** offers interactive and free math help online worksheets, every problem is dissected into easy and doable steps, practice every step separately, and finally try it all at once. Loads of interactive and free math help online worksheets can be found on this site. These free math help online worksheets are divided into steps: practice, master and move on. (7/1/11)

**C in Calculus** offers step by step video tutorials to help you understand calculus 1 and 2 covering limits, derivatives, graphs, integrals and much more. Move at your own pace, and to have some fun while learning. (7/1/11)

With **FooPlot** you can plot functions, functions in polar coordinates, and parametric equations. (6/18/11)

**AGradeMath** where you can learn math for free. Get homework help, play games, free math lessons, practice flashcards, and more. (6/18/11)

**Parents, Students, Teachers of Mathematics** Students learn math on PSToM by solving problems. Pick a chapter and a lesson, and try some out on PSToM. Teachers follow your students scores (progress and performance) and see what 'feeds' they've been generating. (6/11/11)

The MIND Research Institute enables elementary and secondary students to reach their full academic and career potential through developing and deploying math instructional software and systems. (5/28/11)

**Slader.com** is answers & explanations for high school math textbooks, a magic force that lets you do your homework faster. It's like going to Hogwarts, but you spend your extra time playing soccer instead of Quidditch. (5/28/11)

**CSI: Mathematics** one page letters which are intended to support students, parents, and teachers as they begin a new unit of mathematical study. While each letter does not cover everything that a student willstudy in the upcoming unit, it will provide an overview. (4/30/11)

**The Girls, Math & Science Partnership** A program of Carnegie Science Center, it's mission is to engage, educate, and embrace girls as architects of change. Working with girls age 11 - 17 and their parents, teachers, and mentors, we draw organizations, stakeholders, and communities together in an effort to ensure that girls succeed in math and science. (4/16/11)

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**MathsMaster.Org** Brilliant maths videos and other resources. Free. (4/8/11)

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**MathMaster Practice Paper Generator** is designed to help parents to help their kids to practice the knowledge they learn from school and home. We all know Practice Makes Perfect! Practice is the only way for kids to master the knowledge they learned. (4/2/11)

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*Virtual Math Tutor - A bank of solved math problems** *is a project that has been conceived by a second generation math teacher to collect and share with the world solutions to interesting math problems. They can enhance both the teaching and learning of mathematics. If you are a student or math teacher you will certainly find a great deal of useful information here. (2/26/11)

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* ***StudyJams** from Scholastic You can find over 200 Jams on topics like The Universe, listen to songs about Landforms, and test yourself on concepts like Range. (2/26/11)

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**Math Lessons that are Fun! Fun! Fun!** games, activities, and practice on a number of math concepts for students in grades K-4, 5-8, and 9-12. Topics range from counting to calculus, from fractions to graphing. Some lessons are in Spanish as well as English, and larger sections contain a page of notes for teachers. (2/19/11)* ** *

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* Get the Math* is a multimedia project about algebra in the real world. See how professionals working in fashion, videogame design, and music production use algebraic thinking. Then take on interactive challenges related to those careers (2/19/11)

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**Just Math Tutorials** PatrickJMT: a really HUGE collection of FREE and useful math videos covering nearly every imaginable topic. (1/29/11)* ** *

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**Microsoft Mathematics** provides a free graphing calculator that plots in 2D and 3D, step-by-step equation solving, and useful tools to help students with math and science studies. (1/21/11)* ** *

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* ***graph.tk** is an open-source online graphing utility that runs in any modern browser that supports the HTML5 Canvas element. It plots functions and displays them with style. (1/20/11)

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**Math 24/7** features mathcasts that focus on math skills for many levels. The site also contains ideas for math related projects and more. A great resource for both students and teachers. (1/7/11)

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