A digital library of virtual manipulatives containing Java applets and activities for K-12 mathematics related to the NCTM standards.
Lots of cool math games, puzzles and activities.
Fun games & math flashcards!
Fun math games
An interactive math dictionary for kids
Provides Java applets, interactive modules, & Flash presentations for studying numerical & graphical solutions of differential equations, parametric representations of curves, conic formulae, Euler's analysis of the Genoese Lottery, Van Schooten's ruler constructions, Riemann sums, & how to use calculators (for introductory statistics students).
Activity Calorie Calculator- this site provides the user a way to calculate (it actually calculates if for you) how many calories are burned for 158 different activities in a user specified amount of time.
Explore information about the mathematics from a historical perspective.
Algebra resource for students. Purplemath's algebra lessons are written with the student in mind. These lessons emphasize the practicalities rather than the technicalities, demonstrating dependable techniques.
Calculus resource for students
In case you have not already seen it, the Mathematically Correct (MC) website has a review of second, fifth and seventh grade mathematics programs in the U.S. Each is given a rating.
College Board website with SAT Problem of the Day
Competition to build the lightest weight bridge that supports the most weight. Money and computer equipment for the winner.
You can make puzzles!
Cornell provides links to resources for educators and students grades 9-12
Careers involving mathematics are emphasized throughout the website. Lesson plans and projects involving careers with a mathematical emphasis are intertwined with various links.
The Learning First Alliance in Washington, D.C. believes in the "Every Child Mathematicall Proficient" argument. They are putting together a new math test for 8th grade.
FCAT software for mathematics in grades 5, 8 and 10.
Texas Instruments website for calculator users. It has information about TI products, support programs and professional development opportunities.
The AMC seeks to increase interest in mathematics and to develop problem solving ability through a series of friendly mathematics contests for middle and high school students.
A site for students who struggle with math.
Fun Mathematics Lessons by Cynthia Lanius is a collection of classroom activities on a variety of mathematics and mathematics-related topics.
PBS Mathline: A collection of lessons at all grade levels by topics.
The U.S. Census Bureau has a wealth of data that teachers may use as part of the development of lesson plans.
Information about basic math, algebra, study skill tips, learning styles, ways to reduce math anxiety and learning styles; it addresses the needs of teachers, students and community college adult learner. This site also provides links and gives student access to tutorials, algebra assignments, math videos, and a forum for discussing with the professor a variety of math topics.
Connected Mathematics Project site
Click on Metamorphosis of the Cube. Then click on "old version."
Technology news for K-20 educator
A unique math tutorial site. It has the actual problems from textbooks worked out. Not just the answers but complete step by step solutions. To use the site all one has to is click on the subject (e.g. Algebra 1), then on the book you are using, then the page number and then the problem number and the first step of the solution appears.
MATHCOUNTS is a national enrichment, coaching and competition program that promotes middle school mathematics achievement.
Math challenges for families of middle school students.