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### Math

• A+ Math Division Flashcards
Division Flashcards
• A+ Math Multiplication Flashcards
• A+ Math Subtraction Flashcard
• AIMS Foundation
This site is run by the AIMS (Activities Integrating Math and Science) foundation. It has the AIMS magazine online, which features activities you can use in the classroom. Included is information about AIMS workshops, an online product catalog, and state specific correlations (EALR's). There are also puzzles, activities and teacher resources. Good source of activities for teachers that students will enjoy.
• Algebasics
Website devoted completely to Algebra
• Basic mini-lesson
• Basic mini-lesson with regrouping
• BBC Number Time
• Billy Bug returns at Primary Games
Move Billy Bug to the feeding place with given coordinates.
• Calc5
Online calculator
• Calculus Applets
• Change Maker
From FunBrain. Get as much money in your piggy bank as you can by making the correct change.
• Count Us In
Learn basic number concepts. Games can also be downloaded to play offline.
• Dartboard
• Doctor Math
This website is designed to help K-12 math students. Students send in questions, and the answers are e-mailed back to them. There are over 300 "Doctors" from all over the world answering questions and there are also math problems of the week and weekly puzzles.
• Equivalent Fractions
Enter the correct numbers into the boxes to make a series of equivalent fractions.
• Find one more
Develop the concepts and language of adding 'one more' through a pair finding activity.
• Find the number
Develop the skills of number recognition and matching.
• FlashCard Money
Count the amount of money
• Fraction Frenzy
Practice identifying equivalent fractions
• Fraction Sorter
Represent fractions by coloring in the appropriate portions of either a circle or a square, then order those fractions from least to greatest.
• Fresh Baked Fractions
Practice identifying the fraction that is not equal to the others
• Geometry Terms Matching Game
From Quia
• Instacalc
Claims to be the fastest online calculator
• Just In Time
Seven lessons will teach progressively more complicated concepts of time, and accompanying quizzes will reinforce the lessons. Also find matching pages, calendar activities, clock printables, days of the week word searches, and numerous classroom worksheets based on the theme.
• K12 Wiki
Math videos that are actually useful
This is an informational site relating to mathematics. It has interactive activities and math questions for viewers enjoyment. There is a math encyclopedia to look up information pertaining to math. There is also a section with math quotes from different people. There are mini-texts covering mathematical topics. There are links to math history, facts, and people in the field of mathematics.
• Math at Rice
This website provides exercises and information about geometry. It also gives the history of geometry and geometric terminologies. There are problem solving questions and examples for students to practice. There are links to various sites related to geometry (polygons, isosceles triangle puzzler, impossible triangles, the golden ratio, etc.).
• Math Central
This site is an internet service for mathematics teachers and students from K-12. Educators can share resources, lesson plans, etc. It is a fun and interactive site. There are links to: Discussion Forum, Bulletin Board, a Monthly Problem Page, Math Camp 2001, a Site Information Page and an Annual Competition.
• Math Forum
This site is part of the WebCT.com website, an education over the internet program. It contains a variety of math features, such as: problem of the week, ask Dr. Math, unit and lesson plans, internet math library, math resources, math education, key issues in math, math games, tips and tricks, showcases, educational and societal opportunities, publications and software. There are four main sections: Students' Place, Teachers' Place, Research Division and Parents and Concerned Citizens, easy to navigate and very useful.
• Math Goodies
Features on this site include math lesson plans, recommended software, worksheets, puzzles, articles, a chat room and a homework section where students can get help on their homework. It also contains puzzles that teachers can use, and is a good site for teachers and students.
• Math Hunt
Search the internet and solve math problems
• Math Maven's Mysteries
• Math Mayhem
• Math Sphere
This site has many features for a teacher. Included are modules for lesson plans for any age, magazines that include a math chat link, competitions, links to other math sites, tips and hints on how to use math sphere modules in the classroom or at home, and information on how to purchase the Math Sphere program. You need to download Acrobat Reader to run the program.
• MeasureIt
Practice measuring a line. A ruler appears under a red line.
• Mend the number square
Reinforces the ordering of numbers from 10 to 100 and the patterns found on a 100 square.
• Mini lesson for early Division
Interactive Division practice from Dositey
• Multiplication Sets
• Multiplication Step-by-Step exercise
• Multiplication Step-by-Step with Regrouping
• Multiplying 2-Digit Numbers Mini Lesson
• National Library of Visual Manipulatives
Great for interactive white board.
• No Matter What Shape Your Fractions Are In
Online fun and learning geometry too--that's the basis for the activities available at this site, where students will employ critical thinking skills to decipher shapes, determine relations between shapes, and then experiment with them.
• Number Spiral
Geometric activity with prime numbers
• One False Move
From FunBrain.
• Roman Numeral Matching Game
• Roman Numeral Sequencing Game
Develop early counting skills and familiarity with the sequence of numbers to 100.
• Step by Step addition practice
• Step by step exercises
• Step by step exercises (No Regrouping)
• Step-by-step 2 digit addition exercise
• Substitute
Solve these pre-algebra problems by substituting the values of the variables.
• Teaching Time
Support teaching time using analog and digital clocks. Initial teaching can be done using the whole class clock, where the teacher can manipulate the time shown and ask students "What time will it be in...?" Worksheets are available for individual or group work, and when students are more proficient, there are interactive games, all with clocks. Based on the 24 hour clock. Scroll down to see the available activities.
• TeachRKids Number Basics
Counting, place value, greater than/less than, odd and even numbers, and next and previous numbers.
Addition problems using numbers up to 15.
• Virtual Laboratories in Probability and Statistics
• Visual Fractions
Online fraction tutorial
• Web Math
This website allows the user to enter various types of math problems (including algebra) and the steps, solution, and reasoning will be listed.
• Wolfram Math World
More interactive math
• A+ Math
Pick games, flashcards, or worksheets to practice your facts.
• AAA Math
• Animated Math Glossary
• Batter's Up Baseball
• Funbrain
• Math Cats
• Math Forum
• Math is Fun
• Math Playground
• National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
• Numbers in a Series
• Play to Learn
• Primary Math Activities
• Telling Time
• US Mint
This site is devoted to the conversion to the metric system. Be sure to scroll down and you will find a section devoted to teachers. Some lesson plans, but good for metrics.
• Math Index
This site is an index of links to math lessons sorted by mathematical categories. It currently is carrying about 200 different & free lesson plans on nine mathematical concepts or area.

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### PSSA & Assessments

• School Matters
Despite a 50 percent increase in per pupil spending over the past two decades, nearly one third of public high school students fail to graduate, and two thirds of all students leave high school unprepared for a four-year college, according to the Manhattan Institute. Given the diminishing economic prospects for Americans without a quality education, the need for reform is clear. policymakers, educators, and individual parents are working hard to improve our schools, and they deserve respect and gratitude for taking on such a difficult challenge. However, education leaders are often forced to make critical decisions based on incomplete information, simply because there hasn't been a national, easily searchable clearinghouse for education information and analysis-until now. SchoolMatters gives policymakers, educators, and parents the tools they need to make better-informed decisions that improve student performance. SchoolMatters will educate, empower, and engage education stakeholders. The information and analysis will educate Americans about how schools and school districts are performing and help them understand the complex relationships between achievement and investment. SchoolMatters will empower educators and policymakers, giving them easy access to the information they need to craft strong education policies. Finally, SchoolMatters will engage the public in a widespread movement to improve our nation's school systems. For the first time, parents and the general public will have instant access to a wide range of data on local schools and schools districts, enabling them to make informed decisions, ranging from policies they advocate to the schools their children attend.

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### Research Resources

Collection of web sites for the Dewey Decimal System to include web sites that have been organized by the Dewey Decimal System
One of our favorite sites for research.
• Research Cards
A selection of printable card templates will help guide and organize students in their research projects. Choose from question cards, quotation cards, computer cards, and graphic organizers.
• Yahooligans
Information, games and research tools for kids

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