- MySkoool - A free program for math and science. You download the MySkool Browser and it provides access to interactive activities, lessons, notes, and other goodies - even when you are offline.
- Math Games and Visuals - BBC has some great games and animations for various math topics. Also includes reviews and online tests. Also, checkout their games for basic math skills and worksheets.
- Learn Alberta - An extensive collection of Flash animations and videos to show concepts and provide interactive games/activities. This section deals with lessons and strategies around key concepts. This section deals with concepts using concrete examples. This section deals with more advanced concepts and how they are applied in real world situations.
- ExploreLearning - This site has excellent "gizmos", which are interactive visuals to support Math and Science concepts. Free 30-day trial - very cool.
- MathFrog - Links to interactive math games. Most are in Flash and range up to Grade 6, but would be helpful for most middle level students.
- Archimedes' Laboratory - Some great puzzles, mostly visual. Most have a math connection that you can use in class.
- 123 Math - Many interactive practice questions and games under common categories for Middle School math classes. Free to use.
- Numb3rs - Teachers can use the CBS show "Numb3rs" to teach math. A free kit and web resources are available.
- MathZone - A role-playing game where students have to escape from a castle using their math knowledge.
- Ambleside Numuracy Hour - A collection of interactive tools, many created by kids. Such as, a fraction machine, a math gameshow, a huge calculator, an interactive protractor, a graph machine.
- NCTM's Lessons, Activities and Tools - National Council of Teachers of Mathematics web site Illuminations with great, free resources.
- Interactives - Over 130 interactive tools under Numbers and Operations, Algebra, Probability, Statistics, and other topics. Much like NCTM.
- Blue Web'n: Math - Grate sites for math, searchable by subject and grade, to integrate technology.
- Brainpop Math - A popular series of short animations for various math topics. 14-day free trial.
- Rainforest Math - Some great interactive tools for Grades Primary to 6. Uses rainforest animals, but not too elementary for middle level.
- Math World - A detailed and extensive reference site for teachers and students. A series of descriptions, with visuals, of mathematical concepts.
- Jim Reed - An Alberta teacher created a site with Flash animations for algebra, number sense, geometry, and statistics/probability. Lots to choose from.
- Prongo - Some high quality interactive math games. Good for students that like to play games during "downtime".
- Jason Project - A commercial site, but offers demo units on math and science topics.
- Mathematical Thinking - A good site to show the practical use of mathematical principles, such as prime numbers and probability.
- Calcr - Simple online calculator that lists calculations like the old paper spools.
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