Math Website Links

Chronological Calculator Timeline
Ages 12+
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Math Poems
Learn math facts while having fun with these perky poems.
Ages 6-14
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Number Nut
Because enough math will make anyone nutty.
Ages 5-14
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Play Picaria
Age Range: All
A homeschooling family offers step-by-step instructions for how to make your own game board and play Picaria, a fun strategy game developed by the Zuni or Pueblo Indians of the American Southwest. It is similar to tic-tac-toe, but more challenging. Don’t miss the terrific tips and videos on worldwide traveling and learning with kids at this website, too!
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Native American Geometry
Age Range: 9-14
This website was designed for students in grades 4-9 and teaches geometry through hands-on investigations and design activities. It has been used successfully in GATE (Gifted And Talented Education) programs as well.
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Mathematics with Native American Tepees
Age Range: 13-16
This lesson plan was created for high school algebra and geometry students and “investigates the tipi of the plains Indians. You will reflect, plan, and consider designs for building tipis. Once done you will be able to demonstrate a strong understanding of the architecture, design, lifestyle and cultural significance of the tipi in the American culture.”
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Visual Fractions
A tutorial that models fractions with number lines or circles
Ages 9 & up
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Dean Vaughn: The World’s Fastest and Easiest Way to Learn Multiplication Systems
26 lessons with a final self-test
Any age
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The Mega Penny Project
View these photos to get perspective on how many pennies it takes to make large numbers.
Ages 6 & up
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Math Coordinates Help You Find the Redcoat
This massive, ad-supported, website offers a variety of educational activities and games to celebrate the 4th of July! I’ve focused on one game for this review, where kids (about ages 8-11) use social studies, geography, and math coordinate skills to “Find the Lost British Redcoat.”
Ages vary
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Fun Interactive Math Game: Are You Smarter Than a Chimp?
All ages
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Math Challenge
Hundreds of math and puzzle problems to solve
Ages 11 & up
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Teach Engineering
The TeachEngineering digital library provides teacher-tested, standards-based engineering content for K-12 teachers to use in science and math classrooms.
Ages 5 – 18
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All Things Math & Eggs: Chick Scope
All ages
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Math & Music
All ages
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Math Play
Lots of online games for fun, interactive math learning
Ages 6 – 14
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Hot Math
Learn math: factoring, division and graphing online.
Ages 10-18
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Math Planet
The #1 place to study math.
Ages: high school
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Tangrams
Ancient Chinese moving piece puzzle, consisting of 7 pieces made using 3 basic geometric shapes. There are two large, one medium and two small triangles, one square and one parallelogram.
Learn it’s history, easily make your own tangram set or try solving one of the puzzle shapes.
All ages
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Count On Math
Interactive games and activities
Ages 5-18
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National Institute of Standards & Technology
Activities to help with learning standard measurements.
Ages 6 & up
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Master Math
free video lessons, worksheets and quizzes for Middle School Math.
Ages 10-14
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Understanding the Golden Ratio: Phi: 1.618
Explores the pervasive appearance of Phi, 1.618, the Golden Ratio, inmathematics, geometry, life and the universe
All 9 & up
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Yay Math
Welcome to the first-of-its-kind math video lessons, filmed in a LIVE classroom!
Ages 11 – 15
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NIST: Taking America’s Measure
Fun activities for kids
Ages 8 – 15
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The Dance of Chance
Ages 8-15
The Center for Polymer Studies collaborated with the Boston
Museum of Science to develop this online exhibit of
experiments and examples that helps students explore the
exciting world of patterns in nature – especially fractals.
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Cool Math
An amusement park of math for fun!
Ages 13-100
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Albert Einstein for Kids
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Arcade Diner
Serving brain games for your enjoyment
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AIMS: Hands on Math
Give your students a fun way to develop creativity, divergent thinking, and persistence with over 100 interesting math puzzles.
All ages (younger children will need assistance)
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Googol Learning: Valentine’s Math
The time of year approaches when symmetrical Valentine hearts flourish, Fibonacci flowers are sold by the dozen, sweetheart candies are sorted, and you can count up all the ways you love your Valentine… and math!
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Turtle Diary
Math for young ones
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Unique: Math Art Videos!
Engaging videos that illustrate fascinating ways to think about and use math.
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Math Calculation Nation
The competitive style play allows students to challenge themselves by playing against the computer, or they can play the games with other members of the CalculationNation forum.
Ages 8 – 14
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Math Cram Web
Enjoy interactive games for practicing basic math skills including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. You can also get a printable diploma for your effort.
Ages 6-12
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Helping With Math
Covers many math concepts; free access to a variety of math resources, games, and tools.
Ages 5-14
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Me & My Math
A huge website with a variety of math animated and interactive math tutorials
Ages 6-13
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Archimedes: The Greatest Mathematician
A historical look at Archimedes, including info on his inventions
Ages 11 and up
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Teaching Ideas: Math
Ages 5 – 11
Includes ideas, activities and worksheets to help educators teach Math
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Math Games at Math Nook
Lots of math interactive math games, free
Ages 1 – 14
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Johnnie’s Math Page
Some of the best-of-the-net, free, fun, interactive math games plus math lessons and free math worksheets.
Ages 5-14
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Virtual Math Club
Solve problems with other people by doing weekly problem sets
Ages 11 and up
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Mixing in Math
Summer fun; free activities, games and resources that provide ways to mix math into daily activities. Includes multiplayer games!
Ages 4-12
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The Life of Fred Mathematics
Never again hear the question which many math students have: “When are we ever gonna use this stuff?” or “Math is boring!”
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Xtra Math
Help kids master basic math facts
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