Math Resource – Illuminations

Hat tip to Susan Ryan for sending along an awesome math resource this morning called Illuminations. The website has 525 lesson plans available. You can select which types of lessons you’re looking for; algebra, geometry, numbers and operations, measurement and data anaylsis and probability. Also at the site you will find: 96 activities, principles...
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The Rappin’ Mathematician CD

The TRM Story The Rappin’ Mathematician CD (available at offers teachers and parents an innovative way to engage students of all ages with basic math concepts, from decimals to lines to fractions – and provide some valuable life lessons in the process. The CD was born after middle school teacher Alex Kajitani, seeking...
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Algebra for Students DVD Series

From Schlessigner Media-:Algebra for Students DVD Series In Algebra for Students, students will learn about the power of algebra as a tool for representing, analyzing and generalizing situations, and will explore several functions, including linear, quadratic and exponential. Real-world applications of algebra are shown in multiple forms through tables, graphs and equations, and common...
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The Math Forum: A Tour of Measurement

The Math Forum: Tour of Measurement Includes links to a variety of resources for teachers and students available at the Math Forum, including lesson plans, questions and answers, reference sources, and more. Online Conversion *The Math Forum is a research and educational enterprise of the Drexel School of Education*
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Figure This: Math Challenges for Families

Figure This: Math Challenges for Families offers 80 downloadable and printable math challenges to ponder and solve. Some of the challenges are: How long do you have to stand in line? How fast does your heart beat? Which shape holds the most popcorn? Why aren’t manhole covers square? What letters can be read the...
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A Maths Dictionary For Kids

An animated, interactive dictionary that explains over 500 mathematical terms in simple language A Maths Dictionary for Kids by Jenny Eather
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This site features a free online interactive tutorial for pre-algebra students that is rich in games, puzzles, and animated manipulatives that emphasize learning concepts by visualization. It is an excellent resource for parents and educators of students at the elementary and middle-school level. Access to the tutorial requires no fee or registration.
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The Math Goodies CD

The Math Goodies CD contains over 230 pages of self-paced instruction to make math fun! Each unit has in-depth learning modules that actively engage students. For each unit of lessons there is a corresponding set of puzzles and worksheets. Units include geometry, probability, percent, integers, number theory, pre-algebra, statistics and symbolic logic. The unique...
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Uncle Dan’s Algebra

#1 ALGEBRA—- “Algebra Videos and Free Workbook”, We are homeschool parents of 8 kids – 6 down, 2 to go. My wife and I have been teaching both inside and outside of schools for over 20 years. I have prepared a series of videos that teaches ALGEBRA and is specifically designed for homeschooling. I...
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West Texas A &M University’s Free College Algebra Tutorial

From the site: “If you need help in college algebra, you have come to the right place. Note that you do not have to be a student at WTAMU to use any of these online tutorials. They were created as a service to anyone who needs help in these areas of math.” Visit them...
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