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20 Great Math Websites for Teachers and Students

20 Great Math Websites for Teachers and Students
January 25, 2014 Below is a list I have been working on for awhile now. The list features some very useful Math websites specifically handpicked for teachers to use with their students. The initial list I compiled contained over 40 websites but as I reviewed it deeper I decided to take some out and keep the rest here. I invite you to have a look and share with your colleagues. Enjoy 1- Aplus Math Aplus Math provides Interactive math resources for teachers, parents, and students featuring free math worksheets, math games, math flashcards, and more. 2- Math TV Math TV is a platform that features a wide range of math videos covering a plethora of mathematical concepts. 3- AAA Math AAA Math offers thousands of arithmetic lessons from kindergarten through eight grade. 4- Math's Fun This philosophy behind this website is to make math learning fun and enjoyable. 5- Math Central Math Central is an Internet service for mathematics students and teachers. 6- Ten Marks 7- Maths Frame 10- Simpsons math

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5 Excellent New Math iPad Apps for Kids January 23, 2014 Teaching Math fluency for kids is much easier now with these beautiful iPad apps. The apps cover the basic math concepts that kids can learn through hands-on activities, games, and puzzles. I have meticulously selected these apps to share with you here. I have only featured the new and recent releases and at any time you can access previous lists featuring more Math apps. 1- Math x Creature Fun math puzzle game designed for kids. Ten Cool Sites: Fun & Educational Websites Math Is Fun Mr. Martini's Classroom: Math Flash Cards Math Playground Math Vids Middle School Portal Special Needs – Teacher Resources Highlights Earth Day Kids love hearing about the Earth and ways we can be better to our environment! We've gathered some great resources to help you celebrate Earth Day (April 22) with your class.

Great Math Games Resources for Teachers and Students Some of you have asked for resources on Math games. I have had a look at the archive and come up with the list below. The websites below are a good starting point when looking for challenging and interactive math games for your students and kids. The common thing among all the titles mentioned below is that they are free, student friendly and have a user responsive interface. Check them out and let me know if you use other resources for math games.

KidSites.com - Math Sites for Kids A+ Math This site has plenty of activities and games to help beginning to intermediate math students improve their skills. Flash cards, concentration games, more. AAA Math Designed for grades K-8, this comprehensive math resource contains hundreds of pages of basic math skills and randomly-created interactive practice activities. 53 great math websites for students of any age Below you will find 56 of the best math resource websites available. Parents and teachers of children 3 to 23 who are looking for videos, games, worksheets, printables, lessons, tutorials, calculators, worksheet generators, activities or interactives will likely find what they are looking for. Teach Mathematics Teach Mathematics is a cool site for math teachers and students with lessons and activities aimed at helping students to improve their math skills. The math levels on this site seem targeted to 3rd grade to high school level learners.Whether you are teaching fractions, algebra, geometry, or statistics, then there are lessons and tools for you. The site has 15 pages of useful tools and materials that both teachers and students will enjoy.

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21 GIFs That Explain Mathematical Concepts “Let's face it; by and large math is not easy, but that's what makes it so rewarding when you conquer a problem, and reach new heights of understanding.” Danica McKellar As we usher in the start of a new school year, it’s time to hit the ground running in your classes! Math can be pretty tough, but since it is the language in which scientists interpret the Universe, there’s really no getting around learning it. Wolfram Alpha Problem Generator If you’re studying math or science, you are probably pretty familiar with Wolfram Alpha as a tool for figuring out complicated equations. That makes it a pretty good tool for cheating, but not necessarily for learning. Today, the Wolfram Alpha team is launching a new service for learners, the Wolfram Problem Generator, that turns the “computational knowledge engine” on its head.

14 Excellent YouTube Math Channels for Teachers and Students February 10, 2014 Since the posting of "20 Great Math Websites for Teachers and Students", I have received some requests from math teachers asking for websites that provide quality math videos. Upon checking my archive and some other online resources, I deemed it necessary to compile this list of Math YouTube channels to share with you. These are basically channels where you can have access to a wide variety of math videos and tutorials to help your students with Math. I have included only what I believe are the best Math channels out there.

Top 10 Math Websites for Elementary Students There are so many great websites out there for Elementary students that I decided to put together some Top 10 Lists for websites to use in the upcoming school year. For the next few weeks, I’ll be posting lists of sites to use for various subjects. Be sure to see the post I wrote about organizing websites, if you need a way to keep track of all of these. And feel free to leave a comment with any additional sites that might help everyone with this week’s subject – Math. 10. Fibonacci in Nature The Fibonacci numbers play a significant role in nature and in art and architecture. We will first use the rectangle to lead us to some interesting applications in these areas. We will construct a set of rectangles using the Fibonacci numbers 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, and 34 which will lead us to a design found in nature. You will need a ruler, protractor, and compass. Start by drawing two, unit squares (0.5 cm is suggested) side by side.

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