If you want to have some fun with math, or need to improve your math skills, this is a great place to start! We have listed the following websites for your convenience.
Games, brain teasers, definitions of math terms, practice quizzes and test taking tips. For grades K-8. From Houghton Mifflin textbook company.
Homework help, flash cards, worksheets and lots of games. Plus links to help you find many other math websites.
Making math fun! Room 108 is for grades K-5 kids with lots of free online games and minimal advertising.
Allmath focuses on the basic arithmetic that we use each day. Includes flashcards, games, conversion tables and links to other sites.
Click on a topic to see questions other people have asked about math, click again to get Dr. Math’s answer. Or send an e-mail to ask your own question! A product of the Math Forum at Drexel University.
Math and number games, puzzles, fractions, tessellations, flash cards and other useful and fun things for ages 3-12. (Minimal advertising)
An amazing website with a variety of math learning games & puzzles, a math newspaper, a math concept explorer, and even the Matrix Museum of Maths – a fun virtual museum showing all the things we use in our daily life that wouldn’t exist without math. Created by the British National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics.
E. Franklin 12/2010
Keep in mind that the Ocean County Library has a wonderful collection of books and materials on this subject as well. Visit one of our libraries or access our online catalog to view our collection. If you need further help contact your local librarian.