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American Library Association - Great Websites for Children's librarians evaluate books, magazines, tapes, and software for children to find the best. On this page, we have collected some excellent sites for young people. "Children" are defined as persons aged five through fourteen and Web sties for thi
CoolMath4Kids A smorgasboard of games and math activities for children in pre-k through 5th grade
Coolmath4parents.com Math for ages 3-100.
Kids Hub Kids Hub is a free online interactive learning center for elementary school students. It features games, puzzles, & quizzes.
Learning Page Clip art, worksheets, activities, and more for science, math and reading.
Math in Daily Life This is a one-page oration about the value of mathematics as a language
Math in Daily Life Huge list of websites for math & long list of books is provided.
Mathematic Lessons that are Fun Solve several math problems and write the key points learned.
Mathematics Standards Guide to math standards
MathSemantics Mathsemantics is a term that first appeared in 1994 to reflect the combination of math and semantics, the studies of number and meaning … learning more about the connections among language, math, thought, and logic.
MathTools - from National Science Foundation: Math Tools for teaching and learning math at all levels
McREL Numerous resources for educators, policymakers, parents, and the public are made available by McREL
NAEP Released Assessment Questions -- Mathematics The NAEP Questions tools provides easy access to NAEP questions, student responses, and scoring guides that are released to the public. Both national and state data, where appropriate, are presented.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics The mission of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics is to provide the vision and leadership necessary to ensure a mathematics education of the highest quality for all students.Provides news, meeting notices, professional development activities.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives This is a three-year NSF supported project to develop a library of uniquely interactive, web-based virtual manipulatives or concept tutorials, mostly in the form of Java applets, for mathematics instruction.
NEA Parent Resources -- Mathematics Parents want and need information about what's happening in their child's classroom and how they can help. We've assembled a variety of resources to help you get involved in your child's education.
Neat Tools This site provides quick links to 8 different teacher tools that can be printed and used in your classroom. Tools provided include numeral flash cards, oversized playing cards, tangram valentine, and even an online timer.
Net Mom's Sites for Kids Who Love Math These sites all add up to fun.
Newton's Windows A website for students, families, & teachers. Our purpose is simple. To bring you into mathematics, and make you want to stay.
NWREL Numerous resources for educators, policymakers, parents, and the public are made available by NWREL
RHL School RHL School is a place to get free ready to use worksheets for teaching, reinforcement & review in math and Reading/English.
Shodor Education--Math The Shodor Foundation is a non-profit research and education organization dedicated to the advancement of science and math edcuation, specifically through the use of modeling and simulation technologies.
Smithsonian Institution Slates, Sliderules, and Software: Teaching Math in America Throughout American History, teachers and parents have used objects -- from colonial era slates to modern electronic calculators -- to help students master abstract mathematical concepts.
Smithsonian Institution -- Resources The objects shown on this site reflect over 50 years of collecting at the Smithsonian. They represent a small fraction of the museum's holdings relating to mathematics education.
The MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive An engrossing site from St. Andrews University, the Archive delves into the history of mathematicians and mathematical concepts. Whether you want to flesh out your teaching with, say, thei history of pi through the ages, consult the Famous Curves Indes
U. of Tennesses Math Archives Includes resources for teachers and students in all levels of mathematics instruction or study.

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