Cool Math Lessons & Games for Ages 3-100
|Reviewed by Diane Flynn Keith|
|Resource:||Cool Math Lessons & Games for Ages 3-100|
|Summary:||Age Range: 13-100 (with parental guidance) This award-winning set of websites offers a variety of free math games, lessons, practice and activities for preschool through high school and beyond. It is animated, colorful, fun — and academic!
|Description:||This award-winning set of websites offers a variety of free math games, lessons, practice and activities for preschool through high school and beyond. It is animated, colorful, fun — and academic!
I first reviewed this site in 2001, and since then it has grown so much that the creators have developed a set of websites to handle all of the free content they provide.
When you get to the site you will see a menu of possibilities. Look on the left side of your screen to find "Math for Ages 13-100" that includes:
*Pre-Algebra - Learn and have fun with factors and primes, decimals, exponents, integers, fractions, percentages, and more.
*Algebra - Find out about exponents, polynomials, ratio and proportion, radicals, graphing, and more.
*Pre-Calculus - Get an introduction to the algebra, geometry, and trigonometry needed for Calculus.
Or look on the horizontal menu that says "Find It Fast" to access math lessons, math practice, and a math dictionary.
There are some really engaging activities and tools (including an online calculator and a graphing calculator), along with tips for how to succeed in math and how to find a career in mathematics.
Now, if you have younger students ages 3-12, then you'll want to click on the link to...
It's an amusement park of interactive math lessons, games, brain benders, jigsaw puzzles, coloring book, and more — all of which reinforce typical math strands taught during the elementary school years including:
• ~and much more!
There is also a special activities section for little mathematicians ages 3-5.
Be prepared to spend some time at these sites — the games and brain teasers are great fun and an interesting way to practice known facts or to introduce new concepts. There are links to other math sites and lots of helpful suggestions for parents and teachers. Bookmark this one — it's a keeper!
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