Additional
Resources for All Grades
Purplemath (Algebra)
Instructive site with explanations for subjects from beginning Algebra
to Advanced Algebra topics.
Figure This! Math Challenges for Families
"The home of the Figure This! Math Challenges for Families;
parentfriendly, engaging learning activities for families to do
together, based on highquality, challenging, reallife mathematics.
Sponsored in part by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education and
the National Science Foundation."
Getsmarter.org
"Getsmarter.org is an animated, interactive testing and learning site
like no other. Compare your math and science performance against
students worldwide. And access learning tools and links to help you 'get
smarter!'"
Math Help
This site covers a number of mathematical topics, including numbers,
decimals, exponents, statistics, fractions, geometry, ratio, proportion,
percents and probability, integers, metric units, measurement, and
beginning algebra. It mostly provides basic help for students in 4th
through 8th grades.
Math.com
You can read about famous mathematicians, or look at the Wonders of
Math, or use one of their calculators . . . But the Homework Help Search
Engine makes this site totally great  You tell it what grade you are
in, and what subject you need help with, and the search engine finds the
best sites for you.
Professor Freedman's Math Help
"A mixture of sound, humor, color, animation and graphics with lots of
help for the 'math anxious' student. Its aim is to give students a
selfdirected and entertaining way to learn basic math and algebra. The
site includes tutorial lessons authored by students, math assignments,
study skills tips, links to free tutors and learning style information
 all with really 'cool' animation and music." Teachers might use this
site as a guide to produce their own learning website with student
authors.
Coolmath4kids.com
An interactive "amusement park of math and more  especially designed
for FUN, FUN, FUN!" This site is for kids of all ages, including parents
and teachers.
