Math Learning Center
The Math Learning Center offers a variety of free products for all grade levels. Unless otherwise noted, all of these resources can be used with any math curriculum. Lessons & Activities, Grades K-5 More than 130 activities sets and worksheets organized by grade level and topic. Each grade level includes a correlation chart for Common Core State Standards.
mathschallenge.net
To use the search facility enter your keywords, separated by spaces, in the box below. The engine will scan through the problem description, details, solution, and a set of topic keywords for every problem. You can further refine your search by requiring an exact match of every word in your list (AND) or any of your keywords (OR). You can also select the difficulty level of the problem, for which guidance is given below. Guidelines to level of difficulty: These problems require nothing more than a logical mind and a willingness to try things out on paper.

Practice Books, Grades K-5 FREE
Bridges Practice Books provide activities and worksheets for additional skill review, informal paper-and-pencil assessment, preparation for standardized testing, and differentiated instruction. Each volume also includes answer keys and a complete listing of the student pages grouped by skill. Although originally written to complement Bridges in Mathematics First Edition, these books may be used with any math program.
Factors and Multiples Puzzle
Stage: 3 Challenge Level: To try this puzzle you will need a copy of the playing board and cards. You can download a copy to print. Cut out the 10 heading cards and put one in each of the 10 spaces round the playing board.
School Resources
On the following pages you will find school resources relating the Mint and Australian coins. From the history of our coinage, to the art and technology that goes into producing the change in your pocket. There are a number of activities for each subject. If you have any comments or suggestions for other resources, please email our Education Team Leader.

Power Countdown
In the game of Power Countdown, you use a set of numbers to make a target number, but unlike the usual Countdown game where you can use or , the only operations you can use are raising a number to a power, taking the reciprocal of a number, or finding the product of two numbers. Each number can only be used once. You don't have to use all the numbers. There is often more than one way of making a particular target, so see how many different ways you can find. Watch the video to see some examples.
Teacher Tools for Interactive Whiteboards
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Educational Games
Have fun playing our collection of games and interactives! Be sure to sign in to save your scores and compete in our leaderboards! All Games & Interactives Area Model for DivisionNumber Operations, Problem Solving