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A+ Math- This web site was developed to help students improve their math skills interactively. It covers addition, substraction, multiplication, and division using various methods (games, flash cards, etc.).

Brain Teasers- Whether you solve them at home or in the classroom, individually or as a group, you'll find our Brain Teasers both entertaining and mentally challenging. Each Wednesday evening we will provide you with one new Brain Teaser at each of three grade ranges. Solutions will be posted on the following Wednesday. So go ahead and try one of the puzzles below. Good luck, and have fun!

Curious and Useful Math- Here you will find tricks and rules for quickly calculating certain types of math problems. There are also some entertaining trivia and math facts that are nice to slip into casual conversation. Some of it's Useful and some of it's Curious. Which is which, though, is up to you. Take a look around and judge for yourself.

EduStock- Edustock is an educational web page designed to teach young and old alike, what the stock market is, and how it can work for them. It includes tutorials on the stock market and how to pick good stocks. It also provides information on a select group of companies to help you start your research into what stock is going to make your fortune. Last of all, it provides a FREE 20 minute delayed Stock market simulation on the World Wide Web.

Elementary Problem of the Week- Each week on this site, an elementary level problem are posted. Student submissions will be answered by "Visiting Math Mentors," including other elementary classes, middle and high school classes, college students, student teachers and other mathematics enthusiasts. A summary of solutions and their authors will be posted each week.

KidsBank- C'mon in and learn all about banking at KidsBank.Com™! Have some fun in this learning website. We hope to help you and your children explore some of the fundamentals of banking. We explain some of the basics of banking services and hope that your children can use KidsBank.Com™ to learn a little more about how savings, interest, checking and other banking things work.

KidsInvest- Kid$Inve$t is a comprehensive guide to the stock market, investing and money management.....specifically designed for young people. The information on this site is separated according to age/grade level.

Lemonade Stand- Basically, you're a kid setting up a Lemonade Stand on a neighbor's yard. Before each day starts, you have to decide how many cups of delicious lemonade you are going to make. You make this decision based on the weather forcast. You also have the option, in this version, to advertise. Advertisement attracts more customers to your stand. And the day begins...

Math Baseball- FUNBRAIN.com will give you a math problem. Enter the answer to the problem and hit the "Swing" button. If your answer is correct, you will get a hit. FUNBRAIN.com will decide if the hit is a single, double, triple, or home run based on the difficulty of the problem. A fun way to practice math.

Math Central, Resource Room- The Resource Room is a place where mathematics educators can share resources. Teachers are encouraged to send us notes, ideas, lesson plans or any other resource having to do with the teaching of mathematics .

Mathematics Lessons Database- This database contains Internet-based lessons in mathematics and programs related to teaching mathematics. Thanks for all the comments! The MSTE Office has added lessons to further accommodate these suggestions.

The Math Forum- Here are collections representing only what the site's developers believe are the best Internet resources for each topic. The topics for K-12 are Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Prob/Stat, and Discrete Math.

Mathgen- MathGen is an easy to use math worksheet generating program primarily for kindergarten through sixth grade (k-6) educators and parents. (Mind your philosophy...)

MathMagic- MathMagic is a K-12 telecommunications project developed in El Paso, Texas by Alan A. Hodson. It provides strong motivation for students to use computer technology while increasing problem-solving strategies and communications skills. MathMagic posts challenges in each of four categories (k-3, 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12) to trigger each registered team to pair up with another team and engage in a problem-solving dialog. When an agreement has been reached, one solution is posted for every pair.

Math Parent Handbook- A Guide to Helping Your Child Understand Mathematics. Topics range from games, activities, resources, and discussions about what you need to be doing in order to help your child.

Math Tricks!- What's the difference between a strategy and a trick? A trick is associated with magic, something happening without an obvious explanation. Mental arithmetic tricks are just the same. When you first learn them you may not know why they work but they are very useful nevertheless. They are even more useful when you are able to explain why they work and understand their limitations. Here are some mathematical tricks for you to try ....

Puzzlemaker- A site that allows you to create puzzles and games for your newsletters, flyers, handouts, or classroom assignments. (Thanks Buzzman!)

Tutorial World- Tutorial World provides free questions for your practice. You can print out the worksheets and go back as many times as you like.

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