The goal of this math website is to help elementary school (Grade 1st through 6th) children boost their math problem solving and critical-thinking skills. MathStories.com has over 15,000 interactive and non-interactive NCTM compliant math word problems for children to enjoy! Word problems are available in both English and Spanish.
The Math Forum
The Math Forum is the comprehensive resource for math education on the Internet. Some features include a K-12 math expert help service, an extensive database of math sites, online resources for teaching and learning math, plus much more.
Math Videos Online
Math Videos on line is yet one more approach to making math comprehensible and fun. Here you will find many mathematical concepts “explained” via videos. Easy to access and free.
Games and activities for all math disciplines right up through Calculus!
Several flash & excel links to online calculators. This would be good for students without calculators.
Many different resources, suitable for middle-school to university level proficiency.
Spanish-English Math Dictionary
Spanish-English online math glossary. This will come in handy with a newbie who speaks no English enters your math class (any level).
Math activities here address number and operations, geometry, algebra, probability, statistics, modeling, and discrete numbers.
If your students have some free time in the lab after their work is done, why not let them play some math games? There are also math videos where you can watch teachers at their best…teaching math
Though there are many activities on this mostly free site, the ones I was most impressed with were the math webquests because they offer students a chance to see math in the real world. Once such connections are made, math makes more sense.
Math help for students, including algebra and geometry. Lessons build upon one another and feature quizzes with immediate feedback on answers so students know what points to review. Do you have students who need additional help with math (from basic through calculus)? If yes, this site should be bookmarked on classroom computers. Students input the problem and the program not only solves it, but also shows the steps in the process.
The best math explanation videos on the internet!
MathMagic was a K-12 telecommunications project developed in El Paso, Texas by Alan A. Hodson. The intent of the project was to provide motivation for students to use computer technology while increasing problem-solving strategies and communications skills.
BrunnerMath This site contains both pre-calculus and calculus. Very student friendly. Easy to follow directions. Great reinforcement for classroom lessons.
This site is from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. It is the math equivalent to www.readwritethink.org. Math teachers and their students will find much to make math more comprehensible.
Math Nook Math Nook’s online math games give English Language Learners the opportunity to practice new math concepts as well as develop their math vocabulary in a fun and exciting way!