Uses a basketball game motif while drilling intermediate level
students in their math basics from addition through geometry
Math 4 Kids
An amusement park of math and more -- lots of puzzles, games
and calculators all designed for fun by Karen - the creator of
Number and word puzzles for all ages. Print out to solve, return
to site for solutions.
A mathematical magic trick. Can you figure out how it is done?
From easy addition to negative integers, this game tracks how
well you do and lets you select harder or easier questions at
Has some excellent games on topics girls love such as Dress Up Math and Princess Math. Plenty of fun interactive games for every young child.
Put your math skills to the ultimate test! Play this fast-paced
game against students from around the world! Games are starting
Math Playground is a mathematics learning site for students in
grades K - 6. Practice your math skills, play a logic game
and have fun!
Dictionary for Kids
Maths A to Z - an animated, interactive dictionary for students
which explains over 400 common mathematical terms in simple language.
Includes definitions, animated examples, interactive activities,
practice and lots of different calculators.
Data from countries around the world used in math problems help
you understand both math and how people live.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
A digital library containing Java applets and activities for
The best part of this site is not just its math games, but it
has a section to let you create
your own games right on site so you can share them with other
kids.... but they are going to be charging for this.
Strengthen basic math skills with flashcards. Practice geometry,
fractions, divisibility rules, beginning algebra, or State Capitals.
Use the interactive multiplication table for studying an homework.
- The Standard Deviants - Basic Math
- In "The Zany World of Basic Math," the Standard
Deviants, an ebullient troupe of young performers whose specialty
is taking serious subjects and making them offbeat enough to
be memorable, tackle the most basic concepts of mathematics.
Starting off with explanations of integers, the program proceeds
to cover addition, subtraction, and multiplication before moving
into more advanced concepts such as exponents and division. Throughout
the program the cast cracks painfully corny jokes and occasionally
dresses up in some bad costumes to make their points. Indeed,
this must be the only math lesson to have a "comedy editor"
listed in the opening credits.