Math & Science

  • QUIA: Math Games : The QUIA website offers a collection of free online math games and quizzes (and much more).
  • QUIA: :The QUIA website offers a collection of free online games and quizzes (and much more).
  • CountOn.org : This site provides FREE interactive math games and activities designed for students of all ages that are available at this website.: Age Range: 5-18 (Grades K-12)
  • Harcourt: Multimedia Math Glossary: This website, developed by Harcourt School Publishers, offers a free, multimedia math glossary. It helps students understand math terms and concepts using colorful animated pictures, drawings, graphs, and simple text.
  • Ohio Math Works :A common student lament is, “Why do I have to study math?” Well, this site answers the question. It is designed as a companion to a curriculum developed for Ohio schools to make math less abstract and more practical — so students (in middle school and up) can see that studying math will prepare them for the job market and the world beyond school. The interactive, multi-media lessons at this site give students an opportunity to solve math problems faced everyday in businesses that students utilize in their own lives.
  • Songs That Teach: One of the easiest ways to learn math facts is to set them to music. At today’s website you will find an array of songs that teach math facts and concepts including Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Advanced Math, Algebra, and Geometry.
  • EdHeads: Activate Your Mind Edheads is an online educational resource that provides free science and math games and activities that promote critical thinking. Choose from Simple Machines, Virtual Knee Surgery or Stem Cell Heart Repair, among others. All activities meet state and national standards.: Age Range: 7-17
  •  Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) :This website offers web-based, collaborative learning projects that integrate math and science designed for students in grades K-12. The CIESE projects are not web quests or online lesson plans, but curriculum projects requiring students to collect “real-time” data, share resources and primary source information via a web data base, and publish project results online.
  • ThinkQuest: Math for Morons Like Us : This site has been designed to help clarify some of those math concepts that cause confusion when it comes to algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and pre-calculus. :  Age Range: 10-17 (Middle/High School)
  • Algebasics :This website offers FREE algebra tutorials. The lessons are narrated (so turn on your speakers) and delivered through a virtual chalkboard.:  Age Range: 11 and up (approximately)
  • Living Math: “Imagine teaching math through reading fun literature together! The math-themed books recommended at this website are arranged by topic to make it easy to pick just the right book to meet a student’s current needs/interests.”
  • Noetic Learning: Math Worksheet Creator: This website sells math programs and also offers FREE math worksheets as well as access to a program that allows you to create your own math worksheets. ::Age Range: 7-10 (Grades 2-5)
  •  MacTutor History of Math Archive :This website archives the biographies of famous and not-so-famous mathematicians, including a “Mathematician of the Day” feature. It also maintains an index of the history of mathematics — and not only the history of various math strands
  • Nick’s Mathematical Puzzles At this website you’ll find a collection of more than 100 math puzzles that cover algebra, geometry, probability, number theory, trigonometry, calculus, and logic. : Age Range: About 11 and up
  • Murderous Maths : This website  offers many math games, logic puzzles, and tricks from the book, in an interactive format online. There is even an activity with instructions for making a math toy. 
  • Math/Science Nucleus :This site has lessons, videos, storybooks, activities, and a scope & sequence chart that can be used online or can be downloaded. Parents can find support for specific ideas/concepts they are teaching or easily design a whole year’s worth of a science program. It is very easy to use and IT’S FREE.”: Age Range: 5-18 (grades K-12)
  • Mudd Math Fun Facts: Today’s website was originally designed as a warm-up activity for calculus courses taught at Harvard.
  • WebSudoku.com : Sudoku is a FUN, logic-based, number placement puzzle. It’s not mathematical. It’s applied logic. Players must use the principles of deduction and induction to solve the puzzle which sharpens skills in concentration and reasoning.
  • TheMathWorksheetSite.com :   The Math Worksheet Site is not an archive of worksheets. It is a web site that generates worksheets according to the criteria you input. This gives you the flexibility to tailor math practice to your student’s needs, or use it as an adjunct to your current curriculum.
  • Balanced Assessment:This website provides a way to assess a student’s mathematical comprehension and skill for all grades K-12 through an assortment of interesting and fun math activities.
  • MASSIVE: Math And Science Songs: Memorizing math and science facts is easier when the information is set to music. At this website math and science teachers have collaborated with song writers to create thousands of songs that teach math and science
  • Math.com: Wonders of Math: “Cool…. Beautiful… Amazing… Fun…Does this sound like math to you? Click on a topic below and we promise you will agree — math can be all that and more.”
  • AmblesidePrimary: Numeracy Ambleside Primary School offers this amazing website that houses lots of unusual interactive tools and games for learning math (and other subjects).
  • Hand Made Math Manipulatives :This website provides printable images of math manipulatives that you can copy onto cardstock, enlarge, color, laminate, etc., to make your own useful math tools
  • The Federal Reserve: Economic Education Learn about math through money and economics. The Federal Reserve offers this website designed to provide visitors with an interactive introduction to the purpose and functions of the Federal Reserve.
  • Scholastic: Holiday Math Crafts : At this Scholastic website, you will find complete instructions for holiday craft activities you can do with your students that reinforce math skills
  • Math.com : It is especially for parents who are teaching math at home. Learn how toteach various math strands and concepts to even the most reluctant
    learner.
  • Figure This! :The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics offers this website that is designed to help families enjoy math outside of school through a series of fun and engaging, high-quality challenges that will improve problem solving skills.
  • Sixty Symbols: This website provides close to 200 free videos featuring astronomers, physicists, and other scientists and experts, who explain the strange letters and squiggles used by scientists, and the concepts they represent.: Age Range: 10 to 110
  • ARKive :This   website allows students to learn about 15,000 of the world’s endangered species through photos and videos along with scientific information on what makes them special and why we should protect them.: Age Range: 5-18
  • Science With Me: This commercial website offers easy to understand free science-themed activities, worksheets, coloring books, and songs!:  Age Range: 5-12

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