- AAA Math
- AAA Math illustrates and provides interactive arithmetic exercises and problems for grades K-8. Hundreds of pages of basic math lessons, interactive practice, explanations of math topics, challenge games, and randomly created problems.
- The Abacus
- The art of calculating with beads.
- Activities Index
- Explores Geometry and measurements, functions and algebra, and probability and analysis.
- Algebra Help
- Algebra Help uses some of the latest technology to help you learn and understand algebra. This web site features lessons to learn or refresh old skills, calculators that show you how to solve problems step-by-step, and interactive worksheets to test your skills.
- Algebra Lesson Plans
- Links to web sites which will assist with teaching algebra.
- Algebra Review in 10 Lessons
- Algebra Review is a review of High school Algebra. Though written to prepare a student for the Math Placement Exam II at The University of Akron, the tutorial is suitable of all students.
- Algebra Tutorial - Ms. Lindquist:The Tutor
- An intelligent tutoring system that teaches student how to translate algebra word problems into algebra expressions.
- Allmath
- Allmath focuses on math that we will use for the rest of our lives by providing loads of pages of fun math sites. Did you know that magic squares have been a fascinating topic in mathematics for centuries? How about online flashcards? Allmath also provides an online glossary of math terms, printable multiplication tables and metric converters, just to name a few.
- Ask Dr. Math
- There's always a doctor on call to attend to math emergencies at Ask Dr. Math. Email these doctors your questions and they'll respond with helpful hints and creative suggestions for solving math stumpers. Read answers already online, or submit new queries. Remember, the Math Doctors are in.
- Ask Jeeves for Kids
- Ask Jeeves for Kids(tm) is the fastest and easiest way to find answers to questions. Ask Jeeves for Kids allows you to ask a question in plain English and, after interacting with you to confirm the question, Ask Jeeves for Kids takes you to one and only one web site that answers your question.
- Aunty Math's Math Challenges
- Provides weekly math challenges for children grades K-5.
- Beacon Learning Center
- Beacon Learning Center provided standards based lesson plans. Lesson plans can be located based on specific SSS Benchmarks taught.BLC also provided web space for teachers.
- Big Chalk
- Bigchalk harnesses the power of online content to create engaging learning environments that promote student achievement. Choose a subject and a grade level, drill down to get more specific, and you'll get links to pertinent, well-chosen Web sites for further research.
- BrainPOP
- Animated characters delve into the worlds of numbers and operations, measurements, Geometry, Algebra, and data analysis.
- Calculators
- Useful calculators from basic, square root, scientific and Trigonometry.
- Calculus for your Kids
- Mathematicians Ron Larson, Robert P. Hostetler, and Bruce H. Edwards have selected articles, magazines and journals on Calculus from Math Association of America periodicals to supplement their textbook, Calculus with Analytic Geometry, Seventh Edition.
- Calculus Help
- Calculus Help offers content for both advanced High school students and College Calculus students. In addition to free multimedia tutorials, it continues to offer a practice problem just about every week that is answered in plain, everyday English the following week.
- Can you balance?
- Online activity which allows children to practice balancing bocks. Additional resources are available by clicking on the site map link.
- Center for the Study of Mathematics Curriculum
- The CSMC serves the K-12 educational community by focusing scholarly inquiry and professional development around issues of mathematics curriculum.
- CoolMath
- Explore this amusement park of mathematics! Have fun with interactive activities and games like Lemonade Stand and Arithmattack. There's even stuff for parents and teachers too
- Count Us In
- Games designed to help children understand basic number concepts. Links to other activities and teacher resources.
- Daily Dilemmas
- These problem-solving activities provide opportunities for students to solve problems across multiple strands of the Sunshine State Standards.
- Dau Math Refresher
- This module covers fractions, exponents, logarithms, quadratic equations, series, functions, derivatives, and integrals.
- Dave's Short Trig Course
- This site allows you to learn a bit about Trigonometry or brush up on what you may have previously learned. There are a few exercised for you to work on and the short answers are provided as well.
- Dositey
- Dositey.com offers a collection of interactive educational modules and printable worksheets for grades K-8. Interactive lessons, exercises and worksheets, educational games, open-ended questions in Math and Language Arts, and more. The activities on the site are designed to be fun and easy to use.
- e-Calculus
- e-Calculus is a Calculus I tutorial. Features include verbose discussion of topics, inline examples and exercises with solutions, multiple choice quizzes, and pop-up graphics.
- Edbydesign: Kids' Activities
- Interactive, educational activities for children between five and fourteen years old. Challenge your addition and subtraction skills or learn about base ten counts.
- Egyptian Mathematics
- Learn how to read and write the seven different symbols the Egyptians used to solve math problems.
- Elementary Mathematics Methods
- This project reflects the development of an Elementary Mathematics Video Library that addresses fundamental mathematics concepts across the elementary mathematics curriculum.
- Elementary School Student Center
- List of lots of links for elementary school math students. Students, parents and educators will find links to math resources, including software, Internet activities, brain teasers, puzzles, and the Internet Mathematics Library.
- eThemes
- eThemes is an extensive database of content-rich, age-appropriate resources organized around specific themes. These resources are created for educators to use in their classrooms.
- Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics
- A full-text searchable, comprehensive alphabetical encyclopedia of math terms, equations, and derivations, with explanations, examples, references, and much more.
- Escape from the Knab
- A fun, interactive simulation that helps students prepare to make financial decisions.
- Euclid's Elements
- An online guide to Geometry.
- Explore Math
- If the mere thought of algebra or calculus makes you (or your kids) break out in hives, try a new approach to math: Play with the interactive tools at ExploreMath.com. Select a category (Conic Sections, Quadratics, Complex Numbers), and then a problem or tool to experiment with. The big advantage here is that animated equations show you visually how changing variables will alter the curve of an arc or the slope of a line.
- Famous Problems in the History of Mathematics
- The purpose of this site is to present a small portion of the history of mathematics through an investigation of some of the great problems that have inspired mathematicians throughout the ages. Included are problems that are suitable for Middle school and High school math students, with links to solutions, as well as links to mathematicians' biographies and other math history sites.
- FCAT 5th Grade Math
- This program is presented as a series of short videos taking you directly into fifth grade classrooms to see mathematics in action.
- FCAT 8th Grade Math
- Click on the links to view video clips of model math lessons in real classrooms. Each lesson is accompanied by teacher plans and student worksheets. For even more lessons and other materials, visit the Math Resources section.
- FCAT Explorer
- FCAT Explorer offers students fun, effective practice on skills outlined in the Sunshine State Standards and tested on the FCAT. FCAT Explorer enables teachers to create reports and monitor student performances and progress. Students enrolled in FCAT Explorer's online programs may use many of its interactive programs at home.
- FCAT Secondary Mathematics Resource Booklet
- A resource for students to use in the mathematics classroom to help increase student achievement on FCAT. Specific attention is given to vocabulary.
- Figure This!
- Mathematical Challenges for Families provide interesting math challenges that middle-school students can do at home with their families. Figure This! offers students and parents resources that support math studies, including homework assistance, examples of math in literature, and fun facts related to mathematics.
- Frank Potter's Science Gyms
- Collection of mathematics links arranged by grade level. Lessons and resources.
- The Fruit Game
- On the table before you sit several piles of fruit. Players take turns removing fruit from the table. On your turn, you must pick one kind of fruit and remove at least one of them from the table. The object of the game is to remove the last fruit from the table.
- FunBrain
- Trying to tear your kid away from TV and video games? Get help at Funbrain, which features interactive flash-card-like games that you can pick by age, grade level, or subject. They aren't as fun as The Legend of Zelda, of course, but they'll keep kids' skill sets sharp.
- Fun Mathematics Lessons
- Test your math skills with lots of fun problems on all kinds of topics like fractions, Geometry, money, and more. Some lessons are available in Spanish.
- Harcourt Multimedia Math Glossary
- This interactive math glossary provides a searchable database of math terms by grade level. Students in grades one through eight can search the glossary for math definitions accompanied by illustrations and, where appropriate, animated examples.
- High School Student Center
- Students, parents and educators will find links to math resources, including software, online Internet activities, brain teasers, puzzles and a link to the Internet Mathematics Library. The high school math search link will provide information to other math sites on the High school level.
- HMC Mathematics Online Tutorial
- An online tutorial that explores single-variable Calculus, multi-variable Calculus, linear Algebra, and differential equations.
- Illuminations
- Internet resources to improve the teaching and learning of mathematics for all students. Provide professional development for teachers of mathematics and provide Standards-based resources for the classroom use.
- Internet Mathematics Library
- The Math Forum's Internet Mathematics Library contains a Recreations category, with topics from the lighter side of mathematics. The Library also offers collections of math games and math-oriented sports sites.
- Introduction to Trigonometry
- Moving figures which help students to grasp the meaning of Trigonometry concepts.
- Jayzeebear: Let's Count!
- Interactive game that allows kids to click on the numbers to count the animals.
- Kidport
- Provides math activities for all grades K-8. Simply choose a grade level, subject, and activity from the Grade Level Material section. Additional links for teachers, students, and parents.
- Kids Click!
- Click on the Kids Click math web site and students, teachers and parents will find many interesting sites which provide lesson plans, worksheets, math lessons and games for students K - 8.
- KidSpace @Internet Public Library
- Do you want to know more about Geometry, arithmetic, algebra, or math in the real world? Need some help with your math homework or just want to play some math games? This section is for you!
- The Learning Page
- Learning Page is a huge collection of professionally produced instructional material for you to download and print. Lesson plans, books, worksheets and much more can be found on the site.
- The Learning Site
- Harcourt Math and Activities Resource Center provides a wealth of resources designed to bring math concepts to elementary students, teachers and parents. Peruse many online activities and math models for students up to sixth grade. An online animated glossary is a great reference for math terms and definitions.
- The MacTutor History of Mathematics
- a collection of interesting facts about math history, including biographies of famous mathematicians
- Manipula Math Applet Collections: Trigonometry
- Interactive programs that can be manipulated and animations that help to grasp the meaning of mathematical concepts.
- The Math Archives
- The Calculus Resources online area of the Mathematics Archives contains information and links to numerous Internet resources, which could be used for teaching and learning of Calculus.
- Math Central
- Math Central is a service for people involved in mathematics education from kindergarten to grade twelve. Math Central provides a meeting place for teachers to share resources and information, a service to teachers, students and parents who may need an answer to a mathematical question.
- Math.com - The World of Math Online
- Math.com is dedicated to providing revolutionary ways for students, parents, teachers, and everyone to learn math. Math.com offers homework help, practice programs, games and online calculators and other tools. English and Spanish.
- Math Forum
- The Math Forum mission is to provide resources, materials, activities, person-to-person interactions, and educational products and services that enrich and support teaching and learning in an increasingly technological world.
- Math Help for Kids
- Math Help for Kids is a comprehensive directory of original articles, tips, and resources to help parents and children make informed decisions about school related topics and issues.
- Mathematics WWW Virtual Library
- This collection of Mathematics-related resources is maintained by the Florida State University Department of Mathematics as a free service to the online community.
- Mathletics!
- Every sport uses numbers in some way, whether it's for scoring, determining averages, or figuring percentages. And when numbers are involved, it usually means math is being used as well. Examples of sports that use math.
- Math Playground
- A mathematics learning site for students K-6. Features a large collection of word problems, math games, and logic puzzles.
- Math Quotations
- Hundreds of Quotations by famous Mathematicians.
- Math Reference Tables
- This site provides instant access to dozen of formulas, tables and properties.
- MathTV
- Interactive Flash tutorials which teach middle school math concepts. Topics covered include: whole numbers, percentages, number sense, fractions, geometry, probability, ration/proportion, and algebra.
- MathWorld
- MathWorld is a comprehensive and interactive mathematics encyclopedia intended for students, educators, math enthusiasts, and researchers. Although it is often difficult to find explanations for technical subjects that are both clear and accessible, this Web site bridges the gap by placing an interlinked framework of mathematical exposition and illustrative examples at the fingertips of every Internet user.
- Mathematical Power for all Students K-12
- This document summarizes the three essential curriculum components of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Standards, the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Framework, and Florida's Sunshine State Standards.
- Matrix of Articles from Teaching Children Mathematics
- These articles illustrate lessons to engage children in rich mathematics.
- Mrs. Glosser's Math Goodies
- Math Goodies is a free math help site featuring interactive lessons, homework help, worksheets and forums! Math Goodies has over 400 pages of activities for students, teachers and parents.
- Multiplication Table Review
- Interactive multiplication tables with answers.
- NASA Spacelinks: Mathematics
- Mathematics are a fundamental part of aerospace research. This area contains educator guides and classroom online activities relating to mathematics for all grade levels.
- National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) - U.S. Department of Education
- The primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education in the United States and other nations. NCES collects, collates, analyzes, and reports complete statistics on the condition of American education; conducts and publishes reports; and reviews and reports on education activities internationally.
- National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
- NCTM is a public voice of mathematics education, providing vision, leadership, and professional development to support teachers in ensuring mathematics learning of the highest quality for all students.
- National Library of Virtual Manipulative's
- Virtual manipulative's related to the NCTM standards for grades 3-5. Explores numbers and operations, algebra, geometry, measurement, data analysis and probability using abacuses, charts, base blocks, color patterns, fractions, tessellations, tan grams, etc.
- National Science Foundation
- An independent U.S. government agency responsible for promoting science and engineering through programs that invest over $3.3 billion per year in almost 20,000 research and education projects.
- New York Times Daily Lesson Plan
- The New York Times Daily Lesson Plans allows teachers to search or browse their collection of lesson plans which will help them integrate the news in to the curriculum. Mathematics lesson are generated for middle and High school students. Teachers can also sign up to have lesson plans delivered directly by e-mail.
- NOVA Online: The Proof
- For over 350 years, some of the greatest minds of science struggled to prove what was known as Fermat's Last Theorem -- the idea that a certain simple equation had no solutions. Now hear from the man who spent seven years of his life cracking the problem, read the intriguing story of an 18th century woman mathematician who hid her identity in order to work on Fermat's Last Theorem, and demonstrate that a related equation, the Pythagorean Theorem, is true.
- NUMB3RS
- NUMB3RS, the hit TV show on CBS provides resources for educators.As part of the show they solve various math problems as crimes are solved. This web site provides activities/lesson plans, for you to use with your students, related to math problems used in the show.
- Patterns in Mathematics
- Some people say that mathematics is the science of patterns. That's not a bad description. Not only do patterns take many forms over the range of school mathematics, they are also a unifying theme. Visit the lab and explore logic, number, and word problems.
- PBS Teacher Source Math
- View lesson plans and activities, select a grade range and topic or view free video lessons.
- Performance Tasks
- Three sets of performance tasks for elementary math students.
- Plane Math
- Plane Math, a place to learn cool things about math and aeronautics. The student activity pages will allow students to go directly to lessons, which relate to various aeronautics skills. The mission of this project is to stimulate and motivate students with physical disabilities in grades 4-7 to pursue aeronautics-related careers via the development and delivery of accessible math education materials on the Internet, but can be used by all students.
- Primary Games
- Play games designed by a teacher to learn about the ABC's, numbers, holidays, and more! Have fun teaching children how to tell time. Read ebooks, send postcards, or print coloring pages, stationery, and certificates!
- Prime Links++
- Here you can find links to all sorts of information about prime numbers and their uses. Have a number and not sure it's a prime, plug it in and find out. Need to know the first 1000 prime numbers? You find this information and much more at this site!
- Primary Games for Math
- Play games designed by a teacher to learn about the ABC's, numbers, holidays, and more! Have fun teaching children how to tell time. Read ebooks, send postcards, or print coloring pages, stationery, and certificates!
- The Prime Pages
- Everything you ever wanted to know about prime numbers, including their history, the largest known prime, how to find primes, how many primes there are, and special types of primes.
- Probability Tutorials
- integration and probability. Work through these topics by solving a series of exercises (solutions provided).
- Quick Math
- QuickMath is an automated service for answering common math problems over the internet. Think of it as an online calculator that solves equations and does all sorts of algebra and calculus problems - instantly and automatically! Quick Math will automatically answer the most common problems in algebra, equations and calculus faced by high-school and college students.
- RHL School
- Free teaching resources. This site offer resources to get an enormous supply of free quality worksheets for teaching, reinforcement and review. Many of these worksheets can also serve as the basis for lessons.
- Sesame Street: Games
- Sesame Street workshop is a nonprofit educational organization making a meaningful difference in the lives of children worldwide. The workshop launched a learning revolution when it created Sesame Street, and continues to break new ground with children's media that's as engaging as it is educational.
- Simpsonsmath
- The Simpsons contains over a hundred instances of mathematics ranging from arithmetic to geometry to calculus, many designed to expose and poke fun at innumeracy.
- The Stock Market Game
- This is an "electronic simulation of Wall Street trading" where students in grades 4-12 form teams and invest $100,000. Tracking, buying, and selling, they learn about the stock market and related functions. Established in 1977 and now updated for Internet use, SMG offers teacher training in addition to the onsite glossary and FAQ.
- Superkids Math Worksheet Creator
- Make your own worksheets here at Super Kids for free! Simply select the type of problem, the maximum and minimum numbers to be used in the problems, then click on the button! A worksheet will be created to your specifications, ready to be printed for use.
- Syvum
- Online Trigonometric definitions and functions.
- ThinkQuest Library - Math
- Created by Students, the ThinkQuest Library provides innovative learning resources for students of all ages on a wide range of educational topics.
- Teaching Mathematics with Children's Literature
- Dr. Denisse Thompson suggests math activities for over 100 children's books.
- Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study
- TIMSS resulted from the American education community's need for reliable and timely data on the mathematics and science achievement of our students compared to that of students in other countries. TIMSS provides trend data on students' mathematics and science achievement from an international perspective.
- Visual Calculus
- Visual Calculus offers a collection of modules that can be used in the studying or teaching of Calculus.
- WebMath
- WebMath allows users to enter their problem, and then WebMath searches its database for similar problems to allow the student to see similar solutions to the problem. WebMath provides the frustrated student with a place to start when stumped by a math problem.
- What Good is Math?
- At one time, you may have asked yourself, "What good is math?" This page was created to answer that question. We all use math every day, most of the time without even realizing it.
- Word Problems for Kids
- This Web Site contains word problems for students and teachers. The problems are classified into grade levels, 5-12.
- Working with Manipulatives
- These four sets of activities encourage students to work with manipulatives including Cuisenaire rods, geoboards, tangrams, and pattern blocks.