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Thursday, December 11, 2008

Free Math Learning Links and Stuff

There are many wonderful websites with free math activities for you to use with your kids. Some of the links are also great if you need, or want, to brush up on, or advance, yourself in math, or maths (as it is called in the UK). All of the links below were sitting in my bookmarks folder - the result of many years of gathering resources for homeschooling. Masses of free math stuff, in no particular order:
I hope you find something of interest among these free math resources. Of course I do know of a few more links, which I will have to save for later.

Got a favorite free math resource link? Please let me know.

Find math stuff and homeschool math stuff at Amazon.com.
See the award winning Usborne Illustrated Dictionary of Math, multiplication wrap ups, learning palette 1st grade math manipulative center. Please ask if you need help or advice on something I've mentioned here.

2 comments:

Brian Foley said...

What a great set of resources you mention there.

Would you consider having a look at my site at http://mathmojo.com, and see if it's worth adding to your list? It's dedicated to having people learn math with methods that magicians use. Lots of ways to look at math that schools usually don't have time to share with students.

BTW, I am a Scotland fan (I actually took a course in the Doric dialect). Glad you like the States!

All the best,

Brian (a.k.a. Professor Homunculus at MathMojo.com )

Family Vacation Ideas said...

I have not yet visit all the link but this is something that I want to find. Many thanks. I bookmark your blog. :)

 
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