• AAA Math
    • Pages of K -8 basic math skills, including an explanation of the math topic, interactive practice, and challenge games on each page.
  • A+ Math
    • Improve your math skills interactively by visiting the game room, homework helper, flashcards, and solving advanced problems.
  • Basketmath Interactive
    • Online problems to solve. Correct answers show a basketball player making baskets. You can just “start” or click on a math topic to play. At the end of your session, click on the “Results” button to get your score.
  • Coolmath 4 Kids
    • An “amusement park” full of math activities and games. Includes the Number Monster, fractals, puzzles and more.
  • Dositey.com
    • Math and language arts lessons, interactive games, exercises, printable worksheets, mindtwisters, challenging math problems and more.
  • Education 4 Kids
    • Excellent and simple (hint: works well on lower-end computers) math drill games include Math Flashcards for Kids (K-8), Math Square Math Game (4-12), Math Tables Drill (4-12), Time Experience Drill (2-6) , and Money Experience Drill (2-6).
  • Explore Learning
    • Shockwave activities help visualize and explore equations and graphs. Teachers can also find discussion forums, lesson plans, and Web page hosting and creation.
  • FleetKids
    • Learn about money management by playing games. You can run an imaginary business (Windfall), try a real business (Front Yard Fortunes), or learn to save for a future purchase (Moneymatic). Two of the games (Chunka Change and Windfall) earn points and high scores are posted online. You can sign up for Fleetkids as an individual, or as part of an elementary school team, but only schools are eligible to win the quarterly prizes.
  • Fourth and Fifth Grade Student Research Resources
    • A HUGE list of math resources and links for students and teachers.
  • Funbrain Kids Center: Numbers
    • More than ten great online games on different math topics. Don’t miss the Change Maker or Math Baseball.
  • Geometry Activities
    • Sixteen geometry activities apply to a range of skill levels. Each activity starts at a beginner’s level and progresses in difficulty as you scroll down the page. Two downloadable Macintosh software applications are also available at this site.
  • Geometry.Net
    • A huge collection of secondary math resources including all sorts of math topics, math encyclopedias, mathematicians, AP test preparation, and much more.
  • GoMath.com
    • A free mathematics tutoring service designed to help K-12 students (and their parents) with math subjects and homework. Online math help for K-12 provides a response within 24 hours. Other areas cover algebra, geometry, physics, SAT Math, math games and treasure hunts.
  • Kentridge High School Mathematics Department
  • Kids Activities
    • Play Base Ten Count (for grouping ones into tens to create numbers) or Auto Maths (drill and practice in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division at three skill levels).
  • KidsBank.Com
    • Learn all about money from the characters at this Web site. Then, enter the game room for quizzes or use the interactive calculators: The Millionaire Calculator shows how long it will take you to save a million dollars, based on principal, interest, and weekly savings; the Holiday Savings Calculator totals how much money you can save by a specific date; and, the Car Calculator shows you how much you can save over a certain number of years.
  • Manipula Math with Java
    • Click on Manipula Math with Java at this Japanese-created Web site. There are many interactive problems and designs for trigonometry, calculus and more for middle school, high school and college students.
  • Math Counts: Problem Solving
    • Take the Math Challenge to solve problems and climb the mountain. Also features a problem of the week. Math Counts is a national math coaching and competition program for 7th and 8th grade students.
  • Math Forum: Student Center
    • A tremendous amount of student activities and resources, including Math Magic, Ask Dr. Math, Problem of the Week, Internet Resources, Internet Math Hunt, Tips and Tricks and much more.
  • Math Maven’s Mysteries
    • Solve these math mysteries by solving math problems. Choose your topic and level of difficulty. (Scholastic)
  • Mathematics of Cartography

    • Learn the history of mapmaking, discover what mathematics are used in mapmaking, solve some problems, and visit other mapmaking resources.
  • Measure 4 Measure: Sites That Do the Work For You
    • A collection of interactive Web sites that estimate, calculate, evaluate, translate, etc.
  • Measuring Measurement
    • Activities to help you become familiar with customary and metric measurements. This site covers Units of Time, Units of Capacity, Units of Length, Units of Weight, and The Metric System.
  • Moneyopolis
    • Financial education for middle-school kids. Created by the national accounting firm Ernst & Young, Moneyopolis is based on their five-step financial process: assessment, goal setting, strategy setting, implementation, and review/adjust. You begin the game as a new resident of Moneyopolis, with $600 to your name. Your goal is to tour all seven centers, save at least $1,000 and earn three Community Service Medallions.
  • Quia! Mathematics Activities
    • Games and quizzes galore on all sorts of math topics.
  • S.O.S. Mathematics
    • Study review material for high school, college students and adult learners. Contains material on various topics, from algebra to differential equations.
  • Sokoban Logic Puzzles
    • Sokoban is a puzzle game requiring logical thinking and puzzle-solving. You can download free Macintosh versions of the software or shareware versions for Windows machines. Read about their educational value.
  • Totally Tessellated
    • Comprehensive introduction to tessellations. Extensive historical gallery, tutorials, many illustrations and images, and animations. Gain information and then follow the hands-on activities to create your own tessellations.
  • Use it or Lose it: Puzzles to Exercise the Brain
    • Try the brain-envigorating puzzles at this Web site or follow the links to many more. New research indicates that exercising the brain stimulates its growth and working efficiency. So, exercise your brain here.
  • Web Math
    • This site is composed of many math “fill-in-forms” into which you can type the math problem you’re working on. Linked to these forms is a powerful set of math-solvers, that can instantly analyze your problem, and when possible, provide you with a step-by-step solution, instantly! Click on a math topic, then fill in the form with your numbers.
  • Word Problems for Kids
    • Word problems for grades 5-12. Solve them on your own and then check your answer or click the hint button to get a little help.