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High quality resources from recognized providers such as ReadWriteThink, Illuminations, Science NetLinks, etc.

Great tool to help with all math subjects

Excellent simulation for science and math

This visual representation is to help give you an idea of the size and scale of the universe.(similar to the Powers of Ten site) Each image is 10 times bigger or smaller than the one that comes before it or after it. The numbers are written using exponential notation. This is a convenient way scientists use to write very large or very small numbers.

Choose the chart to display your data, then download as an Excel or PowerPoint file.

Dynamic and Interactive Visualization with "Javaless" Applets or Interactive Excel Spreadsheets

A teacher's blog about strategies to help share ideas for teaching high school math concepts to students whose skills are still below grade level.

Lesson Plans and activities for High School and some Middle School Math. Some activities look good for differentiation. Mainly for Algebra but other math subjects available.

Various uses of technology for math. Take a look at the Free Fonts and Clipart available for download.

Tons of PowerPoints ready for you to use in your K-5 or 6-12 Math class. Other subjects also available.

Online review of basic math with slideshow, handout, and basic online problems. Other math topics available. HS level and beyond.

Billings Public Schools Math Video Project.
Math videos produced by high school teachers and aligned with their textbooks. Ongoing project but many videos available.

Grade 10 Calculus Blog where students summarize the class lesson. Talk about make math and learning visible;;;This one is in the Scribe Hall of Fame! Take a look at the comments!

Mnemonic: n. A device, such as a formula or rhyme, used as an aid in remembering. Provides a list of Memory aids for math formulas, concepts, operations, and more.

MathDEN assists teachers and students to develop individualized programs. At the same time, MathDEN can also be used very effectively as a collaborative tool. MathDEN's content is geared specifically for students age 12-18

A premier source of classroom tested, Internet-based economic lesson materials for K-12 teachers and their students. Lots of resources to tie into the curriculum.

Want to learn how to quickly square a number that ends in 5? Or how to tell if a number is divisible by 3? Or maybe you'd like to know why the number 153 in the Bible is such an interesting number? That's the kind of fun and fascinating math tricks and trivia you'll find here at CuriousMath.com.

Intereactive, multimedia program for grades 7, 8 and 9 that links math with careers. Videos take students behind the scenes in companies and give students an opportunity to do the math-based tasks that are done by professionals on the job.

The Sense and Dollars site was developed to help middle and high school students come to grips with some of the basic principles of personal finance and economics. Lots of interactive activities and teacher guide.

The purpose of the tutorials is to help you learn important concepts and techniques that are essential in solving problems that commonly appear on the mathematics section of the SAT*.

These statistical agencies provide special webpages for kids in elementary through high school. The webpages include fun facts, games, project ideas, and career information.

TeachersFirst is a rich collection of lessons and web resources for K-12 classroom teachers, their students, and even students' families. Materials are arranged by subject area and grade level, making it easy to locate lesson plans and associated web resources quickly

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