Amy's Helpful Mathematics Resources for Teachers (Grades 6-8) includes links to lesson plans, resources, and biographies. Click at the top of the pages for links for geometry and number concepts.
CLRN - Math Electronic Learning Resources (California Learning Resource Network)for mathematics sources that have all been reviewed and rated. Includes video streaming sources, software, and CD-ROM for grades K-12.
CLRN - Math -Web Info Links 963 web links for math for K-12 divided by category- from number sense to trigonometry. Information for links includes grade level, available media, reading level, and resource type.
Computing Technology for Math Excellence "Teachers, parents, and home-schoolers will appreciate the collection of resources assembled at Computing Technology for Math Education. Resources are available for students of all ability levels -- from very basic to calculus -- as well as for students with special needs. Visitors to the site can find articles about education and technology news; research on topics in math education, implementing standards, and standardized testing; and resources on technology integration, multimedia in projects, web design, national math initiatives, math methodology, and professional development. Teachers will also find resources for teaching math to learners with special needs and helping struggling readers. Also available are reviews of math software titles to potentially raise student achievement. Rounding out the site are links to professional development resources, educational associations, and journals.
Courtenay Middle School Teacher Resources for Mathematics planning models, lessons, assessment, encyclopedias and dictionaries, math tools, media links, etc.
Curriki-Mathematics choose a topic within math then choose educational level, language, reviews, instructional type, and media type!
Dewey Browse Math Resources for Teachers
Educational Resources in Mathematics Community Learning Network, a site designed to help K-12 teachers integrate technology into the classroom. Includes curricular and instructional sites plus theme pages for careers in math, fractals, math history and tessellations.
Game Theory for Math There's plenty of material here to draw students young and old into the math of everyday life. Background essays describe how game theory works, and interactive games give visitors a chance to explore risk, strategy and probability. But the real clinchers are sections describing how mathematics underlies plots in popular films, literature, and headline news stories.
Handley Math Page is from the Virginia Department of Education and includes math humor, problem of the week, math facts, puzzles, poems and songs, quotes and lesson plans.
Houghton Mifflin Math Steps
Illuminations Best place on the Net for math lesson plans, resources, interactive math tools, etc.
Intermath Online training center for middle school math teachers. This site offers more than two hundred recommended investigations for teachers to solve and then adapt for use with their students
Math Central resource room, mathematical questions answered, careers of mathematicians, teacher bulletin board with outreach activities, competitions, math camps, etc.; and math problem of the month from the Canadian Mathematical Society available in English, French and Spanish
Math Five Live Animated lessons explaining numerous aspects of numbers, patterns and relations; shape and space; and statistics and probability. Accompanying each lesson are teacher support materials.
Math Forum at Drexel University a library of resources that is searchable by topic, resource type, and education level
Math in Daily Life "Explore how math can help us in our daily lives. In this exhibit, you'll look at the language of numbers through common situations, such as playing games or cooking. Put your decision-making skills to the test by deciding whether buying or leasing a new car is right for you, and predict how much money you can save for your retirement by using an interest calculator."
Math Is Everywhere algebra resources from Gail Lovely for both students and teachers
Math Links is a collection of links from a sixth grade teacher in South Dakota. Topics include graphing, number sense, order of operations, measurement, fractions, decimals, percentages, rates, ratios and proportions; probability, integers, coordinate graphing, and geometry.
Math Nexus - Mathematics Portal news and ideas for teachers and learners of mathematics
Math World or Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics "is a mathematical resource assembled over more than a decade by Eric Weisstein. With a highly comprehensive and interactive mathematics encyclopedia provided, it is intended for students, educators, math enthusiasts, and researchers. Clearly laid out are a variety of subjects, products, services, and updated news on math within the site."
Math-Kitecture - real-life math, architecture and computers! Students learn estimation, measuring skills, proportion, and ratios by hand-drafting a floor plan of their classroom to scale. They then use existing classroom software to create a computer-aided design (CAD) version.
Mathwire.com "Classroom tested math activities organized by topic and by National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) standards."
Middle School Portal 2 "supports middle grades educators with high-quality, standards-based resources and promotes collaboration and knowledge sharing among its users. Educators use MSP2 to increase content knowledge in science, mathematics and appropriate pedagogy for youth ages 10 to 15. MSPS2 employs social networking and digital tools to foster dynamic experiences that promote creation, modification, and sharing of resources, facilitate professional development, and support the integration of technology into practice.
NRICH Rich-media math resources from Cambridge for students grades 3-12. NRICH publishes free online mathematics enrichment resources that are designed to develop subject knowledge and problem solving skills for students of all ages (8-19). It is based in both the University of Cambridge's Faculty of Education and the Centre of Mathematical Sciences. games, interactive puzzles, and movies that teach various concepts in math. New content is published each month and there is also an archive of past months.
The Prime Pages The best place on the web to learn all about prime numbers! An exhaustive set of resources - from basic to advanced - regarding prime numbers. From the University of Tennessee-Martin.
Shmoop Pre-Algebra Starts with basic operations and goes into fractions, decimals, ratios & percentages, basic geometry, statistics & probability, and finally basic algebra. Each section includes links to resources, lesson plans, and interactive sites.
Radical Math Integrates social and economic justice into math- search for articles, books, curriculum, films, graphs, maps, or tables.
Regents Exam Prep Center for algebra lessons, practice and resources
Tools for Understanding a resource guide for extending mathematical understanding in secondary schools
WebMath covers math for everyone, general math, K-8 math, algebra, plots & geometry, trig & calculus, and "other stuff"
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Fun Mathematics Lessons from Cynthia Lanius who was Rice University and created a site that was selected as one of the top 12 math sites for teachers as chosen by ISTE
Internet Pizza Server Lesson Plans lets students practice math skills by calculating things such as the area of a pizza or the price per slice. Students can order a picture of their pizza over the Internet.
Math Lesson Plans and Resources Scroll past a page of one-line advertisements and you will find and enormous collection of online resources!
Math Lessons That Are Fun! Fun! Fun! "Professor Lanius from Rice University provides this fun filled site with a variety of math activities for students. Each lesson is centered on visual learning, providing eye catching text and graphics to help clarify the problem."
Project Sky Math: Making Mathematical Connections is from NASA and is a collection of lesson plans for six weeks integrating weather information with math
Purple Math is a very large and comprehensive collection of original math lessons to help students with algebra.
Visual Math Learning Lesson plans, online practice exercise and interactive games and puzzles make pre-algebra fun.
Why Slopes Appetizers and lesson plans for math and reason by Alan Selby
Let's Play Math!
Wild About Math!
Interactive Math Sites:
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The Annenberg Teachers' Lab New teaching and learning applications for math and science
Arithmetic and Algebra from Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles
Bite Size Maths from the BBC for students 11-14 topics includes numbers (fractions, order of operations, decimals, and percentages), algebra, handling data, measures, and shapes and space
Cool Math 4 Kids colorful website that explains math for kids with puzzles and games
Gateway - Algebra I (2012 Standards) Interactive sites to help students practice skills and includes number sense, estimation, measurement and computation; patterns, functions and algebraic thinking; statistics and probability; spatial sense and geometric concepts; and multiple review activities.
GeoGebra Interactive graphics, algebra and spreadsheet, from elementary school to university level, and free learning materials.
Greta's Game Station games for grades K-12
Hooda Math created by a math teacher who wanted math games that really contained "math" in them so kids could learn. Site includes games, videos, tutorials and worksheets.
Interactivates This resource investigates 3D shapes in Geometry. There are tutorials on surface area, volume, Euler's Theorem, and platonic solids. There is also an introduction and an interactive activity to test the students on skills taught.
Interactive Algebra Sites with released tests for the Texas Assessment of Academic Skills, the Virginia SOL, the Florida FCAT, and the Tennessee State test as well as interactive practice sites.
Interactive Math Games from geometry to operations to number sense and money
Interactive Math Sites for the SmartBoard Teacher-created list of sites for using with interactive white boards.
Intermath Constructionary This activity is meant to help learners create constructions using Geometer's Sketchpad. Click on a letter of the alphabet to obtain a list of constructions for that letter (P: Parallelogram, Pyramid, Prism) and then click the numbers to 'construct' the shape.
IXL Math Free online interactive math problems for grades K-6th. Sixth grade includes algebra, geometry, ratios, decimals, fractions, integers, coordinate graphing, statistics, etc.
Johnnie's Math Page Links are organized by topic including number, geometry, fractions, multiplication, measurement, statistics, probability, and fun. Each topic contains an assortment of activities that are labeled by level, from primary to intermediate. Math lessons and worksheets are included for parents and teachers to enhance the curriculum or for students to practice at home.
Math Cats wide variety of games and activities for students of all ages
Math Moves U is an interactive virtual world where middle school students can interact with algebra, geometry, decimals, fractions, and word problems through topics they are passionate about like sports, music, and fashion. As students navigate through MathMovesU they will encounter math problems delivered through games, polls, and fun facts. The site is a great supplement to curriculum and will help students practice and improve their math skills in a fun, engaging manner. How to integrate MathMovesU into the classroom: MathMovesU is an innovative approach to math practice that shows kids how math is used in r
Math Playground is "an action-packed site for elementary and middle school students. Practice your math skills, play a logic game and have some fun!" The site includes math videos, logic puzzles, word problems, computation practice, manipulatives, worksheets, and programming.
Maths Internet Guide "over 400 free quality websites carefully chosen for their interactivity and grouped into five search categories. Plus an extensive collection of 180 Maths Education Journals and Magazines and 65 Maths Humour websites!"
Sheppard Software Online Math Games includes games for basic operations, mixed operations, fractions, place value, dollars and sense, early math, pre-algebra, and number ball games
Sums Online variety of interactive math games from multiplication to fraction to coordinate graphing to order of operations
Tools (including videos, worksheets, PowerPoints, etc.):
Big Calculator for use with data projector or with student who has vision problems when used with laptops.
Brightstorm Videos for algebra, geometry, algebra 2, trigonometry, pre-calculus and calculus.
Cosmo Learning over 1,600 videos on all aspects of mathematics
Create a Graph Online
eTutor Graphing Calculator
Excelets interactive Excel spreadsheets for demonstrating fractions, box-and-whisker plots, flipping pennies, area and perimeter, Pythagorean theory, P-V-T surface plot, number line, how do you square a binomial, and exploring the family of quadratic functions
Figure This! from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics comes 80 different challenges for middle school students
Instacalc online calculator that also makes charts
Math A Tube Videos are categorized by mathematics topics and sub-topics. The videos demonstrate everything from basic addition through Geometry.
Math2.org provides all the facts you might ever need to look up, from the formula for the circumference of a circle to the number of zeros in a nonillion
MathGrad podcast where "everyday math is discussed for everyday people"
Math Gizmos or Explore Math is "a multimedia intensive site full of activities for all levels of mathematics. Also, lesson plans are provided for educators to introduce multimedia activities into their mathematics classroom, lab, or other learning curricula. "
Math Master create math worksheets for free. You can make an unlimited number of printed worksheets for the following topics: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, mixed problems, fractions, counting, rounding, time, greater than/less than, place value, and fraction mixed problems.
Math Problem Generator
Math Slice math worksheets from basic math through advanced math including algebra II, statistics, and polynomials; plus the site includes online math games for basic math, statistics, and measurement
Math Tools from Web 2.0 Guru comes 80 different tools for students and teachers
Math Vids features hundreds of math instruction videos: teachers create math lessons using Smartboard technology and post them to the Math Vids site. Students can access & watch videos and can rate them. Aimed at middle through college students. Must register, but is free.
Mathcasts “Mathcasts are screencasts (screen movies) which are created and shared to improve the learning and teaching of mathematics.” Narration is combined with screen writing to demonstrate a variety of mathematical concepts. This site contains a collection of mathcasts that have been submitted by teachers, students, professionals, and children. Both teachers and students of grades four through twelve will find these useful in demonstrating and understanding mathematical concepts. Topics include everything from reading and writing whole numbers to calculus. Information on how these may be used in the classroom is available as well as information on how users can create their own mathcasts.
Mathematics PowerPoints for kids and teachers
Mathway type in any math problem and the steps are shown
Mrs. Glosser's Math Goodies "Our math worksheets are designed for grades 4 through 9. The problems on these worksheets are designed to be challenging, not repetitive. You need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print them."
Patrick JMT making FREE and hopefully useful math videos for the world! From arithmetic to trigonometry and everything in between!
Wolfram Alpha Enter your question or calculation and Wolfram|Alpha uses its built-in algorithms and a growing collection of data to compute the answer-- including distance calculation and geographical comparisons, biological taxonomy, currency conversion and stock analysis, calorie and nutrition calculation and lots more
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Last Updated Tuesday, December 16, 2014