수학(Math)

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  • INTERACTIVATE : This website offers free, interactive online courseware for learnng math through activities, lessons, and discussions. :  Age Range: 8-18 (Grades 3-12)
  • Mat(Harcourt: Multimedia Math Glossary) : Harcourt School Publishers sponsors this website that offers a multimedia math glossary for terminology used in standardized math curriculum for grades K-6. The glossary provides very colorful and animated demonstrations for various math terms and concepts — it helps the student visualize the math vocabulary.
  • A Journey In Time :The Franklin Institute offers this incredible website devoted to Time.
  • The National Math Trail :This is a really interesting concept that was designed to help students in K-12 see math at work in the world around them and to apply math skills to activities outside of the classroom.
  • h123xyz.comThis website offers FREE, interactive, animated, multimedia math lessons, tutorials, and enrichment exercises for K-12 students. The site provides hands-on learning methods for better understanding of math concepts that engage all students including those who need remedial help.
  •  MATHWIRE.COM:This website was designed by a math consultant and coach to provide FREE activities and worksheets for teachers to use in their classrooms. : Age Range: 4-17 (Grades PreK-12)
  • A+ Math :This website contains fun, interactive games for learning basic math facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and geometry.
  • Get Smart Interactive Math Sites::This website has an amazing number of interactive math games for a wide range of ages and abilities. When you get to the site simply peruse the colorful menu and choose a game that interests you.  : Age Range: 5-12
  • Mo Math: Museum of Mathematics :This website is a virtual companion to the real-life Museum of Mathematics in New York. It is dedicated to “revealing the wonders of mathematics” to the general public through exhibits and activities that stimulate inquiry and spark curiosity.
  • WebMath.com:This site  solves your math problems instantly. As explained at the website: This site is composed of many math “fill-in-forms” into which you can type the math problem you’re working on.
  • A Math Dictionary for Kids :  This website provides a Math Dictionary for kids.  There’s a definition, explanation, and illustrated example of every math term from “Abacus to Zero.” :Age Range: 7-14 (grades 2-9)
  • Kids Math Game Online :  This website is a free selection of fun math games, interactive learning activities, and easy to use educational resources that engage students as they learn. : Age Range: 6-13 (Grades 1-8)
  • Platonic Solids Math Academy: This amazing, ICRA-certified (G-rated) website was produced by a handful of math and math education graduate students in Boulder Creek, CO. Although there are some downloadable articles for sale, there is all kinds of FREE content (much of which is fresh daily) that is highly accessible to all ages, from kindergarten to university student and beyond!
  • Visual Math Leaning : This ad-supported website provides free, interactive tutorials with diagrams, illustrations, animations and practice games and exercises for learning pre-algebra and algebra level mathematics.: Age Range: 10-15 (middle school students)
  • XP Math : ClickScholar Cie pointed me to this math website that offers free math games, ebooks, and videos covering arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and probability.:  Age Range: 6-15
  • MathEBook.net:This website offers FREE math “Downloadable Tutorials.” The tutorials come in the form of both online math videos  and interactive eWorkSheets and eWorkBooks that allow students in grades K-12 to learn and practice math with ease.
  • Math Slice : This website provides free math worksheets, activities, drills, interactive games, movies, and apps for a variety of math topics. : Age Range: 4-16 (grades PreK-10)
  • SolveMyMath.com : This site offers free math lessons and homework help : Age Range: 11-18 (6th grade and beyond)
  • Numberphile :   This ad-supported website is a collaboration by mathematicians who have recorded “videos about numbers and stuff” to share the wonder of math through interesting activities, funny stories, and challenging puzzles and concepts.: Age Range: Varies
  • Number Nuts : This ad-supported website offers free lessons, games, and worksheets to learn arithmetic basics as well as some advanced math in a non-conventional format.: Age Range: 5-14 (Grades K-8)
  • GCF Math Basics ; Do you need help with basic math like subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, times tables and percents? Our basic math tutorials and learning interactives make learning math easier, and allow you to practice basic math skills at your own level and pace.
  • MathPickle Games : A Canadian mathematician/teacher developed this site to help classroom teachers address the multiple math skill levels of students through challenging and engaging activities and games that are demonstrated on videos.: Age Range: 5-18 (Grades K-12)
  • A Maths Dictionary for Kids :This website offers “an animated, interactive math dictionary that explains over 500 common mathematical terms in simple language.
  • A Maths Dictionary for Kids : This website offers “an animated, interactive math dictionary that explains over 500 common mathematical terms in simple language.”
  • Math Planet : This site was created in spring 2011 with the purpose to spread mathematical knowledge worldwide. Everything on the site is free to use and you don’t need to register in order to watch the videos or read the examples.
  • Create A Graph :Today’s website allows you and your students to create graphs and charts using the data you provide. When you get to the site you will find five different graphs to chose from that include: Bar, Line, Area, Pie and XY.
  • Master Math: This site offers free video lessons, worksheets and quizzes for Middle School Math.
  • Simple R: Using R for Introductory Statistics : You can learn how to use the open source statistical software package R for an introductory statistics course. The goals are not to show all the features of R, or to replace a standard textbook, but rather to be used with a textbook to illustrate the features of R that can be learned in a one-semester, introductory statistics course.
  • Anneberg Learner.org  : Annenberg Learner uses media and telecommunications to advance excellent teaching in American schools. This mandate is carried out chiefly by the funding and broad distribution of educational video programs with coordinated Web and print materials for the professional development of K-12 teachers.
  • Illuminations Math Education  Links : Illuminations works to serve you by increasing access to quality standards-based resources for teaching and learning mathematics, including interactive tools for students and instructional support for teachers.
  • NRICH: This website, sponsored by Cambridge University, seeks to enrich math curriculum for learners of all ages by providing free, engaging, interactive math activities that provoke mathematical thinking. This isn’t about math lessons and worksheets: it’s about exploring math concepts through unusual problems to provide deeper understanding.: Age Range: 5-18 (Grades K-12)
  • Phi: The Golden Number: This website is devoted to the exploration of Phi — an irrational number like Pi — that is the ratio of the line segments that result when a line is divided in a special way.
  • Kids Online Resources: Math : This is a massive archive of web-based learning activities for a wide variety of subjects. On this featured page of the site called “Me &My Math,” you’ll find free animated and interactive math tutorials for the following math strands:  :Age Range: 6-13
  • MathBits.com: This site is devoted to offering fun, yet challenging, lessons and activities in secondary (and college level) mathematics and computer programming for students and teachers.: Age Range: 11-18 (Grades 6-12)
  • Vedic Mathematics : This commercial site that provides information and free sample tutorials on Vedic Mathematics. :Age Range: 8 and up 
  • Worldometers : This website provides world statistics updated in real time that is simply astonishing to see..
  • Puzzles.com :This website offers all kinds of fascinating, educational, fun and perplexing puzzles that will not only improve logical thinking, a foundation for mathematical ability, but promote happy interactions among friends and family.
  • BrainormousThis is a commercial website that sells downloadable math games and tools.
  • That Quiz :This website has everything from simple addition on up to calculus; younger children may need help navigating it.
  • Brain Lab : This website offers all kinds of fascinating, educational, fun and perplexing puzzles that will not only improve logical thinking, a foundation for mathematical ability, but promote happy interactions among friends and family.: This website offers all kinds of fascinating, educational, fun and perplexing puzzles that will not only improve logical thinking, a foundation for mathematical ability, but promote happy interactions among friends and family.
  • The Problem Site :This site offers educational games, puzzles, and problem solving quests. Use the menu bar at the top of the home page to access:
  • Count On: The University of York in the UK sponsors this incredible website of FREE interactive math games and activities for all ages and abilities.
  •  HomeschoolMath.net: This site offers cheap ebooks and lots of free lessons too!” She’s right, this is a great resource for homeschool parents — and kids can have fun playing the online math games and activities offered here.
  • Internal Revenue Service: Understanding Taxes: The I.R.S. provides 6 lesson plans at their website that explains income taxes, the history of the I.R.S., and features important historical figures in U.S. tax history.
  • Fibonacci Numbers and Nature : At this award-winning website you can read the biography of Fibonacci, learn about his contributions to mathematics, and try your hand at exercises and activities that demonstrate the Fibonacci sequence.
  • Math League :This site is designed to build student confidence and interest in math through contests, books, and computer software for grades 4-12.
  • Number Gossip: Type your favorite number (or any number up to 9999) into the search engine and within seconds the number gossips will identify every unique, rare, and common property that is true of the number in question
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