Intermediate Mathematics

A subsection of Math

This page is one small part of Good Sites for Kids!

*4Kids
Games* Various good math and language arts
games. We found these games to be loud, fast, and good.

*AAA Math* New and improved with
even more topics! An oldie but still growing and going. Many teachers think
this is one of the best math sites for online learning. Covers K-8 Common Core
math content requirements, always has. Generally, a short tutorial is followed
by practice activities - open or times at the teacher's choice. Available on
CD, too! Now with sections for Geography (US
States, Countries),
Spelling, Vocabulary,(both
at AAASpell) and Sudoku!
Este sitio también está disponible en Espanol - Clique
aqui.

*All
About Measurement* Part of AAA Math (see above.) The name says it
all! Time, temperature, distance, more.

*Angles* from BBC

*Aplusmath.com*
Flashcards and more!

*Arcademic
Skill Builders* has math and word games ready to
play online. You may recognize some games from the '80s and '90s here. Seem
to remember playing them on TI-99s and Apples, and they are still good for
today! Browse by subject and grade. Subjects include Language Arts, Spelling,
Geography, and 12 kinds of mathematical skills. One player, or up to 12 players
at once, online. Worth your time to look these over.

*Battleship Numberline* from BrainPop
- PlayPower Foundation. " Estimating numbers on a number line can be a
blast! This version of "Battleship Numberline" is specifically designed
to help students quickly and confidently estimate the size of different fractions.
Did you know that a student's accuracy in number line estimation correlates
with their standardized achievement scores? We developed this game specifically
for students to build a strong and robust number sense, which is the foundation
for future success in math." Related BrainPOP Topics: Decimals; Precision
and Accuracy.

Common Core math, explained in 3 minutes from Vox. Well done 3 minute video. Besides the video, there's a card stack of 18 cards that explain Common Core in great and non-confusing detail (think PowerPoint slides, only without PowerPoint). If you watch this unbiased, you'll know where the Common Corps advocates are coming from.

*Coolmath4kids*
Kids learn and practice real-world math.
*Lemonade Stand* is a favorite, but there are a lot more activities, including
many more math games.

*Create
a Graph* from NCES *KidsZone*.
Kids can create five types of graphs, input data, and print it out. Includes
a tutorial.

Cyberchase "an online destination designed to captivate, entertain, and improve problem-solving and math skills is now bigger and better than ever!" The Games section has over 40 good applied math games. Wow!

Connect the dots! Dot-to-dot for all ages!

Oh, My Dots is very intuitive
to use. You can play

the games online, share, download and print. Apart

from the classic games with numbers and letters, you

can create games with any sequence, like the examples below:

* Prime numbers up to 50 - https://www.ohmydots.com/play/1sl3j2hk

* 7 times table - https://www.ohmydots.com/play/l8yr28p5

* Roman numerals up to 20 - https://www.ohmydots.com/play/aoie2f7t

* Solar system - https://www.ohmydots.com/play/5buw341z

The site is completely free. You don't need to register or enter

your e-mail address to create games.

Edu Gain "Learn Smart" Here's an international site (free registration) that emphasizes mathematics. The site has two sections; Math Olympiad (Higher Order Thinking Questions), and General Math (online and printables drills). Not a site for slackers, kids will have to work and think here.

Educational games from Digipuzzle. "On this page you can find the overview of the educational games from Digipuzzle.net. All games can be played full screen on a PC, a tablet (Android Tablets, iPad, etc) or mobile phone (Android, iOS)." Here's a diverse group of kids' games, from numeracy to multiplication, with some early language arts, some geography, time, hieroglyphics, and some money math. Here they are by subject with the number of games in parentheses:

A big Thank You to Marcel van de Wouw. These are nice!

Egyptian Mathematics Numbers Hieroglyphs and Math problems for kids Part of Discovering Ancient Egypt. This page covers numerals, counting, and fractions. (Everything is Base 10 - decimal.) They are word problems that will make kids use multiplication and division. There are some algebra problems for secondary students. Fascinating stuff.

MATH PLAY - FREE ONLINE MATH
GAMES A gateway to a large, multi-level group of games.

Includes some algebra and geometry.

Elementary Software.com Free, good, downloadable math and grammar games!

Figure This! You should really try this site out! En ingles y tambien en el espanol. "Welcome to the Figure This! Web site! Helping families enjoy mathematics outside school through a series of fun and engaging, high-quality challenges. Figure This! demonstrates challenging middle school mathematics and emphasizes the importance of high-quality math education for all students. Figure This! Mathematical challenges for families provide interesting math challenges that middle-school students can do at home with their families." say to follow, engaging site with 80 printable math activities for you to try. Uses .pdf files. From NCTM and others.

Fun Kids Online Math Games from Sheppard Software. Many action math games for elementary and middle school ages.

Fraction to Decimal and Millimeter Table from HamUniverse "Convert fractions to decimals and millimeters and reverse." Nice! It comes with good, clear instructions. It is handy if you don't want to use a calculator and have to keep rounding up or down and maybe make a mistake. Just use this table, it works. Use it to learn!

GCompris Our first app from
France! Available in over 40 languages (see their main
page for a list). "GCompris is an educational software suite comprising
of numerous activities for children aged 2 to 10...Currently GCompris offers
in excess of 100 activities and more are being developed. GCompris is free software,
that means that you can adapt it to your own needs, improve it and, most importantly,
share it with children everywhere."

Below you can find a list of categories with some of the activities available
in that category.

computer discovery: keyboard, mouse, different mouse gestures, ...

arithmetic: table memory, enumeration, double entry table, mirror image, ...

science: the canal lock, the water cycle, the submarine, electric simulation
...

geography: place the country on the map

games: chess, memory, connect 4, oware, sudoku ...

reading: reading practice

other: learn to tell time, puzzle of famous paintings, vector drawing, cartoon
making

Hooda Math Games section, divided into Geometry, Arithmetic, and Logic. Two or three pages of games in each category. It's refreshing to find Logic games online! A well regarded site with good math games.

Illuminations Official site of the National Council of Math Teachers (NCTM). Contains links to good, useful lesson plans, standards, tools, and web links (where the activities are!)

Inch To Metric Conversion Table from Epsilon Engineer "Use the following reference table to convert fractions of imperial inches to metric millimetres". Goes from 1/16" up. With instructions.

Interactive
Math Simulations from PhET at CU
Boulder. Here are **41** mathematics-related playable simulations
- everything from fractions and times tables to physics, upper level math, and
playing Plinko! Play online or download and install them, or embed them in your
webpage! Don't forget to see the rest of PhET's simulations!

Interactivate has 133 Java-based math Activities. You can browse by audience, subject, topic, or resource type. "Browse by audience" gets you a choice of Grades 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, and college. The Discussion page has dialogues between a teacher and a student for 117 math topics! Each of these could be easily converted into a ready to go math lesson! The Lessons section has 90 ready to go NCTM lesson plans for print outs. The Tools section contains 44 of the activities pulled out of the Activities section. The Dictionary is a good, basic glossary of 188 math terms. The Textbooks sections is a MAJOR asset. Here, you can match ("Align") activities to chapters and lessons from textbooks from these series: Connected Math, Math Thematics, Mathematics in Context, and MathScape! Example: From MathScape Book 1, "What Does the Data Say?", Lesson 2, Name Exchange: You get two Interactivate Activities called Box Plot and Box Plot 2. The Standards section has NCTM math standards for grades 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12. This was a Kim Komando Cool Site of the Day. Note: This program requires Java.

Johnnie's Math Page Links to Interactive Math Tools and Activities for Students and Teachers from Kindergarten through Middle School. "I mentor elementary teachers in math teaching and learning and originally built this resource for them. It was popular so I've made it available to teachers and kids across the country. If you could let students and teachers know about this resource, it would be greatly appreciated." No problem!

KA has 100 free games indexed alphabetically; and by grade (pre-K - 6), subject (the 3 Rs plus Animals and Science), age (toddler to 12), and arcade games. There are mobile games, too. Down at the bottom there's an idex of all three sites' game, activities, worksheets, curriculum, resources list, and lesson plans.

Khan Academy "is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) with the mission of providing a world-class education to anyone, anywhere...We are complementing Salman (Khan's) ever-growing library with user-paced exercises--developed as an open source project--allowing the Khan Academy to become the free classroom for the World." 1800+ videos cover math from 1 + 1 up through differential equations; Science: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Organic Chem, Cosmology, Astronomy; History; Finance (BIG section!); Test Prep: SAT, GMAT, CAHSEE, IIT JEE. The videos are wonderful! This is amazing and FREE!

(Oh, all right then! ...)

KHAAAAAAAAAAN!!

Line Jumper from Funbrain is one of our "most favoritist" number line games. It's a classic that still teaches. Five levels of difficulty ranging from 1 - 10 up into negative double digits.

Mr.Nussbaum's Math Games from Mr. Nussbaum.com - "A Thousand Sites in One." Here are all of his fabulous math games on one page! Color coded by grade, too.

Mr. N's Boardwalk Challenge is a super fun activity that requires students to order positive and negative decimals and whole numbers on a number line. Upon success, players will earn "tokens" to use on boardwalk games such as ski-ball, roll the ball, whack-a-pirate, and air hockey. Tickets from these games can be earned to print out boardwalk "prizes." This game is a perfect motivator for fifth and sixth graders who will play for hours if given the chance."

Math Calculators! Here are 30 math calculators, each one calculates something different. bottom. Some are funny, others for serious work, all are accurate. Kitchen measurements, dog years, wind chill, map scales, planting, prime numbers, energy terms, weather, money, savings, time zones, binary, more, more, more!

Math Doesn't Suck and Kiss My Math. These are two books by Danica McKellar, of The Wonder Years, who grew up and earned a Bachelor's in Mathematics. Middle School girls (ages 11 to 14) like these books - some even love them. "How to survive middle school math without losing your mind or breaking a nail." Her girl to girl style resonates with many girls. The math is sound and the problem solving techniques work. Using them with 11 and 12 year olds who are struggling with Least Common Multiples and Greatest Common Factors was rewarding. As any teacher knows, seeing students light up when they "get it" can make your day! This is a non-compensated endorsement.

Maths for all!!!
(**You have to sign in**) Covers Algebra
1 and 2, Geometry, pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, and Statistics. Designed for
grades 5 - 8. Dozens of concepts explained, with practice exercises to try for
each one. Some of these are: percentages, fractions, volume, equations, inequalities,
linear equations, variables, shapes, graphs & charts, logarithms, matrices,
and factorials. "Problems, explanations, and solutions." Revise means
to study, to review for a test. Great site from the UK.

Math Worksheet Center "What is Math Worksheet Center? A huge K-12 math worksheets resource! 8,000+ math worksheets. Complete math explanations! Not a plain old worksheet site! We give instructions on all core K-12 math skill areas. Math Worksheets Center is home to over 8,000 K-12 math worksheets, lessons, homework, and quizzes. We also offer over 130 free math teaching and learning articles." These are on their Mathtips page. This looks like an excellent site. You will have to subscribe for a nominal fee to get the most of what they offer.

Math Worksheets Land "We now have over 4,000 PDF files that total over 12,000 printable pages. 100% free as always! Funny thing, I'm no where near done." At least a page on each of 40 math topics - everything from Kindergarten Math to Logarithms, Linear Equations, Polynomials, Scientific Notation... Also indexed by grade level. Aligned to the Common Core standards. FREE pdf files to download/print! Thanks for the emails from "Julia, Retired Middle School Math Teacher, Mom of 3, Grandma of 4, and Tired"

Mathematics from Sadlier-Oxford Educational Publishing. This is excellent. Features both online and printable activities for grades K-6, prealgebra, and Algebra 1. Also has animated tutorials for reteaching or just for watching. Practice includes skills updates (a LOT of skills updates), Math Minutes, Problem of the Day, and Math Activites (interactive.) We're not done, they also feature an audio math glossary and interactive flash math activities. This site uses popups - so don't have popups blocked.

Mathematics - Miss Deely's Website from the UK was recommended to us on FB. That was fortuitous, because this is a fine site for maths! It covers everything from the multiplication facts (times tables) up through trigonometry and advanced algebra. The way the material's presented is what makes the site so useful. She has six level's worth* of in-class lecture notes, discussion slides of worked problems, homework assignments and solutions, advice and encouragement. This is a place both students and teachers need to see! * Level 2 (1V), Level 2 (2Y), Level 3 (2T), Level 3 & 4 (3.24), National 5 (4.21), and Int 2 (5.25)

Mathwords: "Terms and Formulas from Beginning Algebra to Calculus. An interactive math dictionary with enough math words, math terms, math formulas, pictures, diagrams, tables, and examples to satisfy your inner math geek." Indexed both by beginning letter and by subject area. Also covers fractions and geometry. A great reference and teaching aid!

MathsZone Interactive Maths Games and Activities. Pretty much covers everything, from addition to pre-algebra. Numbers, shapes, probability, measurement, and investigations. Includes an excellent Telling the Time section with lots of links. A sincere thanks to Mandy Barrow, who maintains and runs this site and others.

Metric Conversions Nice! Easily switch between metric and American measurements! Students would find this useful for checking answers after they work them out (Better be able to show your work.). They also have mobile apps, conversion tables, and an online calculator!

Metric Measurement These podcasts introduce students to the relative size of the basic units of length, capacity, and metric weight in the metric system. They also practice estimation skills, using familiar objects.

Multiplication.com We love this site! "We have added over 100 new web pages. NEW lessons and instructional videos." The new Teach the Times Tables section is awesome! Lots of new things to explore! Their interactive games are constantly updated and are eminently playable. Plenty of good multiplication games, printable worksheets, resources, a lot more. Some games may also be purchased and downloaded. Stop reading this and go there! Great for homework - we know of teachers who assign this site. Honest.

The Multiplication Zombies of the Brittany Graveyard This is a quick and dirty in your face game. You will either know your mulitiplication facts, or you'll learn them very quickly! Throw correct answer pumpkins at the zombies in 5 locations, 25 quick questions each to test your skills!

National
Library of Virtual Manipulatives *Interactive online manipulatives*
for preschool through high school! Broken out by grade level and subject. This
is a great site!

Number Games from Kids Math Games. Explore fractions, decimals, percentages, probabilities, multiplication, division, quizzes, worksheets, even an addition game!

Number Munchers It's back! Play Number Munchers online at this tribute site! This is old 1980's MECC game. Show your kids what YOU played on Apples in computer class.

Number Nut is a math site from the 4Kids! people. Good information and some interesting online math activities, similar in principle to the great AAA Math site. Sorted by Basic and Advanced lessons and activities, the site covers most of the elementary math curriculum. We think it's worth your valuable time to take look here.

Parentheses,
Braces, and Brackets in Math

How These Symbols Help Determine the Order of Operations

from ThoughtCo.

"Three important—and related—symbols you'll see often

in math are parentheses **()**, brackets
**[]**, and braces ** {}**,
which

you'll encounter frequently in prealgebra and algebra. That's why

it's so important to understand the specific uses of these

symbols in higher math."

This article gives examples of how to use these symbols.

Easy to understand. ThoughtCo. has
many more.

Pirates for Kids from Mr. Nussbaum "features Pirate Biographies, Stories, Games, and Activites for Kids." Nine sections, for kids grades K - 6. Pirates of the Carribean, Barbary Pirates, Famous Pirates, Pirate Flags, Pirate Vocabulary, Interactive Pirates, Explorers, and two math games: Place Value Pirates, and Decimals of the Caribbean.

Place Value Pirates from Mr. Nussbaum.com - "A Thousand Sites in One." Fight pirates and complete a quest by choosing the right place value for numbers! Kids can play this with or without decimals. This is the Legacy version. The easier New versions (play with or without decimals), are here. From the creators of Tony Fraction's Pizza Shop.

Plotting Points on a Coordinate System from the University of Wisconsin Online. Fast and accurate introduction to the subject. Animated Flash slides walk students through the basic x y and ordered pairs concepts, then lets students test their knowledge with interactive plots. This is one of very many subjects covered in their Flash-powered Learning Objects, a huge collection of modules arranged by subject.

Probability ARCHIVED "is the maths of chance. A probability is a number that tells you how likely (probable) something is to happen." KS3 Bitesize Revision from the BBC. "Revision" means "to review (previously studied materials) in preparation for an examination." Here are seven pages of review, from (1) probability scale to (7) finding the total number of possible outcomes when there is more than one event. As is usually the case, there is an Activity and a Test. For intermediate students.

Quizzes.cc - Online Quizzes, Tests, Trivia, Worksheets, and Free Games "... provides math quizzes for teachers and students. You can create a quiz and select the range of numbers you'd like to use. Students can grade the quiz online and generate new problems for more practice." Quizzes for all four elementary operations, plus times table quizzes and a nice metric conversion chart. There are also children's literature, science, and geography quizzes. Secondary students can practice metric conversions, some middle school science, and world geography. Thanks to John @ Quizzes.cc for the email!

Reasonable Temperature from Turtle Dairy. This game broadens student horizons by comparing equivalent temperature on three different scales: Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin. "In this game, kids will be given various pictures along with a thermometer. They will have to estimate the temperature of the objects in the pictures. To check their estimation, they click and drop the pictures against the temperature given on the thermometer. This game will improve their practical knowledge on this subject. The more they will play, the clearer their understanding will be about the concept."

Roman Numerals Explains what Roman numerals are, how they work, and has a handy base 10 to Roman numeral converter!

Save the Princess from Turtle Dairy This game covers number order, mean, median, mode, and range. Players have to work out the correct answers to get into the castle. Pretty well thought out, but maybe next time the princess can do the saving. It's hard to find a good game like this one that covers these concepts.

Stock the Shelves from Mr. Nussbaum.com is a point-plotting game. "You play the role of Sammy – a convenient store clerk who is running late for work! He has two minutes to stock the shelves full of his customer’s favorite sodas. Each soda has to be in a special place on the shelves. It is your job to put them there using a special coordinate plane." Music and fast-paced play will hold kids' interest as they learn more about points on a plane.

Sumdog "Free Games to Make Math Fun" Popular in local schools, kids want to play it all the time! Log in or play as guest, "Everything on Sumdog is free except for progress reports.". Areas for kids and for their teachers. Kids start out training and progress through different levels via games. Games cover +, -, *, \. Teachers can can 1 - create a free account, then 2- Set up your school, 3- Create & print student logins, 4 - Students log in and play, 5 - Take part in local contests, 6 - Create a student activity. Pricing: "A class subscription covering 30 students costs $60 per year." They also have school discounts and district subscriptions.

Teach
Math with Legos! Also known as "An Incredibly
Effective Way To Develop Your Child’s Math Skills With LEGO Blocks",

as shown in DYT. "School teacher
Alycia Zimmerman regularly uses Lego to help develop basic math skills among
her pupils.

Lego blocks, she finds, offer a great opportunity to explain fundamental math
concepts and calculations in a way which is

immediately understandable for young minds."

"So for those who can’t find the right words or who find they haven’t
got the patience to help with their kid’s math homework,

here are a few examples which Alycia uses. Each and everyone of them is incredibly
simple, but seriously effective."

Examples shown in the article include: Parts vs. whole; Fractions; Square numbers;
and Exploring mean, median, mode, and range.

Using Lego to teach maths
Here's the whole collection as shown on imgr!

That Quiz Click this link now!! Scalable, customizable quizzes in all levels of K-12 mathematics. Geography, languages, cell structure, elements, periodic tables, anatomy, conversions. Their righteous pitch: "What is ThatQuiz?

Registration is free and teachers who register receive complete record-keeping of student grades. They have access to more precise test-generation tools, can create single tests with questions from different categories, can create matching and multiple choice questions, and can access a public test library. There is no reason for students to register, since the additional features are only useful for teachers."

Tony Fraction's Pizza Shop from Mr. Nussbaum.com - "A Thousand Sites in One." Challenging fraction game, tests knowledge of equivalent fractions by mixing different sizes slices and toppings on a pizza! There is even a good video that explains how to play. This is a good learning tool for any student who is not afraid to think.

Visual Fractions Excellent interactive site for learning about fractions. Great for large group sessions using a digital projector attached to the computer.

Webmath is a math-help web site that generates answers to specific math questions and problems, as entered by a user, at any particular moment. The math answers are generated and displayed real-time, at the moment a web user types in their math problem and clicks "solve." In addition to the answers, Webmath also shows the student how to arrive at the answer. Covers Kindergarten up through calculus and financial mathematics.

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