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Math need not be a dull subject. It is used in all areas of life, and can be entertaining and good fun. It is important that the sites listed here are free, just like the Internet was intended to be.
http://www.coolmath.com/
Math games, problems, calculators, puzzles, and fun and for all levels.
http://www.counton.org/magnet/
Small games to create an interest in mathematics.
http://www.abc.net.au/countusin
Games designed to help children understand basic number concepts.
http://pbskids.org/cyberchase/math-games/
Interactive games to help learn about using measurements, mazes, angles, and shapes.
http://www.elementarymathgames.net/
Organized by grade level from 1st-8th grade.
http://figurethis.nctm.org/
Assortment of mathematical challenges based on real life situations.
http://www.geom.uiuc.edu/java/Kali/program.html
This geometry applet is similar to a kaleidoscope in the images it creates.
http://jmathfun.com/
Flash math games, all on the main page sorted by picture.
http://www.eduplace.com/math/brain/
Test your skills with this weekly series of problems. Includes links to last week's questions and answers.
http://www.mangahigh.com/
Games-based maths resource for use in schools with K-10. 18 original maths games and more than 60,000 maths questions, full reporting and analytics
http://www.mathcats.com/
Games, crafts, art, and story problems featuring cats. Encourages children and teens to enjoy and explore mathematical concepts.
http://www.math-play.com/
Features a large collection of free online math games for all ages. Immediate feedback and hints are provided.
http://www.math-kitecture.com/
Be a master architect. Draft a floor plan using software as you learn math, or try other fun "architivities." Designed for middle school students.
http://www.mathconcentration.com/
An online community with a blog, chat, games and fun math facts.
http://room13mathsspace.blogspot.com/
The post area contains links to maths sites that can be used during small group teaching. Click on a picture to access the site.
http://www.mikesmathclub.org/
Includes puzzles and games to test knowledge of basic skills.
http://www.math.hmc.edu/funfacts/
Learn some interesting facts about math.
http://nlvm.usu.edu/
A digital library containing Java applets and activities for K-12 mathematics
http://www.nummolt.com/obbl/index.html
Online math toys. Live simulations to play with reality. Middle
http://recursivedrawing.com/
Recursive Drawing is a fun exploration of user interface ideas towards the development of a spatially-oriented programming environment.
http://smartygames.com/
An educational website designed for pre-K and elementary school students. It features games for developing basic mathematics and reading skills.
http://www.contestcen.com/classic.htm
Classic puzzles and riddles requiring only simple logic and elementary math.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/mathsfile/
Hosted by the ancient mathematicians, Hypatia and Pythagoras, 11-14 years old students can have fun working through a variety of games and print offs.
http://wildaboutmath.com/
A blog with a variety of math for fun ideas and a good amount of math book reviews.
http://www.fisme.uu.nl/wisweb/en/
Applets provide an interactive way to learn about algebra and mathematics.
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