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Mathematics
This guide contains resources for educators focused on teaching mathematics
Each image invites students to wonder what number is represented by the image. As theyclick through each Esti-Mystery, clues will appear that will allow students to use math concepts to narrow the set of possibilities to a small set of numbers.
A free education service that uses the power of the Web to let students play games and challenge opponents from anywhere in the world. At the same time, students are able to challenge themselves by investigating significant mathematical content and practicing fundamental skills.
With an exciting theme featuring aliens and outer space, Math Blaster lets your students become intergalactic heroes based on their math operation and critical thinking skills. Registration is required, but the game itself is free.
This website is a highly interactive site geared to children ages 12 and under. It includes a math art gallery, Microworlds and Logo programming and math questions on a "magic chalkboard."
Free online learning games to help students practice their math skills. Games include times tables and problems for addition, subtraction, division, odd and even, sequences, prime numbers and place values.
Throughout this site are concise sentences and cartoon characters, making content easier for young students to process. In addition to providing exercises that cover essential math skills, there are games and puzzles.
Games and puzzles for play by students learning at home. The resources can be filtered by grade level, covering K-12, and include worksheets, mobile apps, tutorials and teaching tools. No registration is required for access to the games.
This game is geared for students in grades three through twelve with a general knowledge of mathematics. Teachers may print out activity sheet for students to record their findings, or may print sheets of manipulatives for students to use.
A website dedicated to providing thought-provoking puzzles for math teachers and students alike. There are no answers provided as there are many different, correct ways of choosing which one doesn't belong.