This site has problems of the week and brain teasers for both middle school
and elementary level students. A Columbia University (Georgia) dean and
professor have created this site with online puzzles and real-life math
problems, with sections including "Problem of the Week," "Algebra in Action,"
"Middle School Madness Math" and "Elementary School Brain Teasers."
Online educational games that help in the learning of basic math, language
arts, vocabulary and thinking skills.
Illuminations Marco Polo Math Activities
A NCTM site and a “must have” in a math teacher’s toolbox.
Scroll down to the bottom of the page for the link for free use for teachers.
This site is a math problem generator organized by objective, which is free for
middle and high school teachers. Subjects range from pre–algebra to Algebra
I, II, and geometry. All questions are randomly generated, so they are
different every time! EasyWorksheet.com is excellent for creating
standardized tests such as SAT prep, state standardized, or NCLB required
Simple tool for creating, viewing and modifying 3D ideas and projects.
Interactive Math Dictionary for Kids
This is a wonderful site. Each definition includes an interactive display of the
meaning of the word. For instance, chance will show dice and allow students
to roll the dice and record probability statistics.
McGraw-Hill/Glencoe Publishing Math Resources
For middle and high school; Their textbooks are listed by chapter title and
include algebra, geometry and probably each chapter are online activities and
quizzes and other resources. Select self-checking quizzes. Also click on
"BrainPop" for math movies.
Math in Daily Life
Interactive story games for problem solving and critical thinking.
Help with solving math problems. Students can type in their problems and
see how to solve them.
Math practice, homework help, and tutorials for students.
Interactive activities including lemonade stand and other math games.
Cyberchase Math Games
Problem-solving math games from PBS.
Mathematical Art of MC Escher
Mathematical art from MC Escher. If you don’t know his art, take a look.
Links to interactive math activity sites and other math resources.
Fun Brain’s Math Brain
Game-like activities to reinforce math skills.
Timeline Generator by Teachology
Scroll down the page. Up to six events can be used to create a timeline.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive Mathematics
Search by subject area.
Tutorials on and lessons about algebra.
Census in Schools
The Census Bureau provides lesson plans using census data and teaching
materials for teachers. Use this portal to Census data to help students better
understand graphs and the power of explaining complex data in a graphic
form. Maps are used to demonstrate demographics on a county-by-county
Many interactive games to practice math skills.
Interactive Math Miscellany and Puzzles
Probability and other problems.
Interactive activities and fun challenges that use math.
Lessons and activities to develop algebra skills.
A good site for primary grades. Click on the cat to get to the activities.
There are activities to practice balancing, measuring, tessellations, angles,
place value, fractions, problem solving, jigsaw puzzles, and more. This site
also has language arts activities. Click on the cat and then “Math Cats
Interactive activities and puzzles.
Arcytech Java Programs Online Manipulatives
Pattern blocks, base ten blocks, fraction bars, and skills for more advanced
math as well such as the value of Pi and the Pythagorean Theorem.
Mental Arithmetic Drills
Select your skill level to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and
division. For grades second and up.
Math and language arts tutorials and exercises by grade levels. Enable Active
X and install Shockwave to use this site.
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