Great Math Websites for Teachers

  • A+ Math: Flash Cards for Fractions, Integers, etc.--great for one-on-one practice of number facts

  • Great Plains Math League: Get your students interested in competing at math contests

  • The Math Forum: problems of the week for different levels (alg., geom., etc.), Internet math library, and seemingly infinite resources for the classroom

  • Ready-to-use TI technology lessons (student sheets, teacher notes, and detailed solutions) at TI-Math

  • To make puzzles of almost any kind over vocabulary or concepts, go to the Discovery Channel's Puzzlemaker!

  • Definitions and Origins of Math Terms: This site has an extensive background and history of mathematical terms and symbols we use everyday

  • Texas Instruments: endless archives of programs and games for whatever TI you own as well as lesson plans for the classroom

  • MATHguide: a guide to puzzles on the Internet as well as quick lessons and quizzes for student practice

  • thinks.com: a new crossword, word search, jigsaw puzzle, and other puzzles every day on this site

  • For hundreds of interactive math lessons, check out the Interactive Mathematics Classroom

  • Join NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics)!

  • Need a math dictionary? Try MathWords

  • For online manipulatives, check out the National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

  • For teachers who use cooperative learning in their classroom, check out Kagan's website!

  • To play your favorite board games like Scrabble or Monopoly online, try games.com!

  • To practice for the ACT, SAT, or other placement tests, try this Math Drills page or for any standardized test ever made, check out Test Prep

  • Need some practice with the basics? Check out 321 Know Math!

  • Association of Women in Mathematics: information about women in math & science

  • Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance: everything a teacher needs to know about applying for a grant

  • Having problems putting those math symbols on your tests? Visit MathType!

  • Do you like Numb3rs? Check out all of the cool activities to go with the show!

  • Are you a secondary school teacher? Would you like to travel to some great foreign countries? The Toyota International Teacher Program is offering a fully-funded study visit to Costa Rica in June 2010. Full-time secondary school teachers in any of the 50 states are eligible to apply. For applications and more information about this unique opportunity check out our website!

  • Want an interactive look at Euclid's Elements?

  • For another teacher's sample lessons, check out Henry Picciotto's website.

  • Free math programs to prepare students for college algebra, calculus, or just have fun with some mathematical games!

  • Mathematrix: a great site for creating your own polyominoes, tangrams, flexagons, and other mathematical recreations!

  • For some interactive lessons about statistics, check out the National Center for Education Statistics!

  • For some essays and articles about the misuses of statistics, check out STATS!

  • Visit the New York Times Learning Network for quizzes and summaries about current events, quotes and crosswords of the day, and daily interdisciplinary teacher lesson plans!

  • What every new teacher should know--a survival guide written by Sallie Mae First Class Teachers!

  • For lots of data sets for statistics, try the Data and Story Library.

  • TeachNet has great web-based activities for math teachers, check it out!

  • Teachers, if you have never attended a T^3 (Teachers Teaching with Technology) conference, sign up now! You will come back with lesson plans you can immediately use in your classroom!

  • For interesting and challenging problems, try out the following websites: