Thursday, December 19, 2013

6 more math websites to be discovered (again)

Math-Play
If you are looking for a great source for making math fun then Math Play could be your answer. Math Play has a wide variety of fun math based games that can be played online. The age level for most games is from elementary to middle school levels. All games are organized by grade level, game type or by content.

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Math TV
Math TV produces high quality tutorials for math instruction. The videos are sorted by topic and often have several videos by different instructors and video instruction is in both English and Spanish. The site offers additional services with a paid subscription.
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lluminations
Illuminations is the product of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and features a nice collections of resources. The site contains over 700 lessons and activities to help students better understand math concepts. They also have a game section with more than a dozen games that allows players to challenge the computer or other players.


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Soft Schools 
Soft Schools is a great math website where you can find worksheets, games, and quizzes to help students improve their skills. Their extensive collection of resources are good for both elementary level and middle school learners. The site is very easy to navigate as everything can be accessed from their home page.


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Math Drills 
Math Drills offers thousands of math worksheets that can be printed and used in the classroom or at home. Their extensive selection is categorized by topic and it is easy to find what you are searching for. Each worksheet also comes with an answer key to ensure the work is being done correctly. 


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Math Maven Mysteries  
Math Maven Mysteries from Scholastic is a fun way to reinforce concepts by solving mysteries using the power of math. There are 27 mysteries and each is categorized by concept and level of difficulty. Each mystery is supported by printable sheets as well as audio to assist with new and struggling readers.



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