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Some of the Mathematical links that are listed below are briefly described so it will make your selection a bit easier.  When you click on the following links, you will directly access the listed sites.
  • Felecia's Algebra Tutorial - tips on general, pre-algebra, and algebra math. This site covers the most important parts of Algebra that you will definitely need to know in future math classes and in the real world. You need to know how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide to extend this a little further with the subject we'll call Algebra. This is a nice site and easy to follow. 
  • - This is a math site for kids. features flashcards, Metric Tools, biographies of mathematicians and more! Best for kids 12 and under!  Everyone could make use of the biographies.   This is really a nice site, similar to A+ Math. 
    • Rick Schauer's Math Web - arithmetic practice sheets and tips. K-12.

    • This site willl eventually contain an entire K-12 math curriculum that is open for free to everyone but geared toward special education learners with math disabilities and to learners preparing for the State of Minnesota 8th Grade Basic Standards Test. There are over 4,600 math problems here for learners pre-kindergarten to high school who need help learning to count, write numbers, understanding place value, understanding addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, prime numbers, composite numbers, least common multiples, greatest common factors, factoring whole numbers and fractions. This includes: Tips and Tricks for learning different math operations and supporting worksheets for practice.
    • Lesson Title: No Matter What Shapes Your Fractions Are In.
      Content Area: General mathematics; Level:  elementary, Author: Lanius, Cynthia. Description: Students will reinforce their knowledge of fractions by using online pattern block activities. The lessons are designed for students to work independently or with guidance from the teacher. Lessons should be printed so students can draw and color the appropriate shapes. 
    • Educational Java Programs. This Web site contains Java applets whose purpose is to be used as tools to help and enhance the education of children. 
    • This site contains many reference materials in the form of tables covering topics from basic mathematics to upper level college mathematics.
    • Math Baseball Game - Practice your arithmetic facts with this web-based game from
    • Mathcounts MATHCOUNTS is the national math coaching and competition program for 7th and 8th grade students.
    • Measure 4 Measure -A collection of sites that estimate, calculate, evaluate and translate, etc. in other words, they do the work for you.
    •  Math Help  by Professor Freedman. This site provides information about basic math and algebra and specifically addresses the needs of the community  college adult learner. A student who is frustrated by college math can be helped by identifying their individual  learning style and recognizing the instructor's teaching style. This site provides links for students and teachers to  information about learning styles, study skills tips, and ways to reduce math anxiety.    This site also gives the student access to extra credit work and a forum for discussing with the professor a variety of math topics.
    • SCORE Mathematics This subject matter Web page is designed especially for mathematics teachers and students in California. Teachers from other states will find them useful as well, because the resources are organized by grade groupings: K-4, 5-8, and 9-12. Check their lessons as well. You will find them of great help. These page are beautifully organized so that you can work from menu or search the entire resource database. The site is actively maintained with ongoing SCORE summer institutes, so there should be new material every year.Great Site Resources for all grades. Teachers, Students, & Parents have to check this site out.
    • Global Access to Educational Sources - Math - independent and innovative middle school learning.  This site is designed for the busy student who does not have time for a full search of the web. There are lots of links here.
    • Basket Math   comes from Science Academy Software.   They develop educational software including interactive online software for applying technology in the classroom, at work, or at home.  Science Academy's interactive learning application BasketMath Interactive is one of the first educational online applications.

    • This site allow to perform  interactive online application in elementary arithmetic with fun.  Students, teachers, and parents could use this site.
    • MathDEN Make sure you register and choose MathDen. This Web site assists teachers and students to develop individualized programs. At the same time, MathDEN can also be used very effectively as a collaborative tool.  Adults who wish to refresh their mathematical skills, or eager students who wish to study on their own also find MathDEN helpful. MathDEN's content is geared specifically for students age 12-18. However, individuals outside of this group have been known to enjoy it as well.    You will need to register. It is a free service.

    Acknowledgments: Many of the descriptions of the sites given above are taken or abstracted from information provided by the sites and/or other literature where these sites are listed.

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    Revised on: 10.20.02 by Dr. Marcia L. Tharp
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