• MathLinks NEW!! This is a great site created by a mathematics teacher for mathematics teachers. On the site you will find collections of games, interactive demonstrations, and lesson ideas for use in elementary, middle, and high school mathematics lessons.
    The best way to get started on MathsLinks is to head to the Links section of MathsLinks and select a topic and subtopic. You chosen subtopic will display resources like games, interactive displays, and PDFs that contain lesson ideas. Speaking of lesson ideas, the Starters section of MathsLinks offers plenty of quick "do-now" types of activities that you can use in your classroom. And if you just need some simple graph paper, lined paper, or blank pie chart templates, head to the Essentials section of MathsLinks.

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  • Interactive Math Lessons Over 90 interactive math lessons, including worksheets, for grades 3-12

  • That Quiz - Math Test Activities Use this site to have your students practice their math skills at home. Set up your classroom, post a 'quiz', give your students the link, and have your students practice at home. Both teacher and students receives email copy of score.

  • Vampires: Fact or Fiction use mathematics and Microsoft Excel to determine how many vampires are in the world, starting at the very beginning. Students will then take their data and compare it to real-world statistics to determine if vampires are really a fact or fiction. Grades 4 - 10.


  • Quizlet Create your own flashcards or choose from millions created by other Quizlet users on thousands of subjects.

Updated July 10, 2018