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Great tool to help with all math subjects

This website offers motivational and interactive class activities to learn more about 3D shapes. It also shows how to calculate surface area and volume, as well as other mathematical properties about the 3D shapes. Specific topics include surface area and volume, platonic solids, Euler's Theorem, and several others. The Test Your Skills link provides an interactive quiz complete with photos, illustrations, and animations. The About This Interactive link provides standards, goals, lesson ideas, and more.

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.

"Interactives" provides educators and students with strategies, content, and activities that can enhance and improve students' skills in a variety of curricular areas.

The exhibits of the MathSite are intended for people of all ages who are interested in or are curious about mathematics.
No specialized mathematical knowledge or expertise is assumed.

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

Dan Meyer, a math teacher from Santa Cruz, CA. Dan used a videos of himself doing various things to teach graphing to his algebra students.
The premise is simple: cross an arched bridge; descend a flight of stairs; all within a time frame that the students are shown. What would the graph of that look like in terms of elevation change over time? The lesson, which is downloadable, including the videos, is detailed at his blog here. You can download one, or all of the videos.
Entire lesson is 45 minutes

Tabula Digita is an educational gaming company focused on delivering innovative and effective educational games to students and institutions. The games have all of the action adventure fun associated with mainstream games while simultaneously providing an efficient learning environment to better prepare students for high stakes exams. Tabula Digita’s games can be used as stand alone teaching programs or they can be used to support and enhance conventional teaching methods and materials. Tabula Digita’s experiential learning systems are embedded in a stunning first person, action adventure video game format.

Excellent site for older students to practice math skills. Only drawback is that money uses the British pound currency.

Hot on the heels of Sudoku comes Kakuro. Think of them as the mathematical equivalent of crosswords. Also known as Cross Sums or Kakro in Japan .
A Kakuro consists of a playing area of filled and empty cells similar to a crossword puzzle. Some black cells contain a diagonal slash from top left to bottom right with numbers in them, called "the clues". A number in the top right corner relates to an "across" clue and one in the bottom left a "down" clue.

Learn about factoring expressions and equations and more with this comic series.

GeoGebra is a free and multi-platform dynamic mathematics software for schools that joins geometry, algebra and calculus. It received several international awards including the European and German educational software awards. It is open sourced, can be web-based or installed locally. Very similar to Geometer's sketchpad.

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

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.

This is an awesome resource for students learning about speed and distance time-graphs. Uses graphs synched with video of soccer/football players during a game.

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

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