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Written by Singaporean educators, The Singapore Maths Teacher aims to provide students with an effective learning tool to assist them in mastering the art of problem solving.
Thinking Blocks is an interactive math tool developed by classroom teachers to help students learn how to solve multi-step word problems.
HeyMath! is the #1 E-Learning program for Math in Singapore.
This site was developed with Singapore’s Ministry of Education to support the Primary Maths curriculum. Challenging games and strong skills practice combine to cover fractions, decimals, order of operations as well as mental math calculations with the four operations. Demo versions available of 4 games.
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The National Math Bee is a fun way to help students achieve extraordinary levels of speed and accuracy with their math skills. See you in Birmingham!
Math Doodles are designed to provide a place where children can discover the joy, wonder, and fun of mathematics. (And they are engaging math practice too!)
Our aim is to provide simple, fun, competitive games that help children learn and gain confidence with Maths, English and other key skills and knowledge.
Are you a Math Magician? Can you cruise through 100 math facts questions in under 5 minutes?
This treasury of classic and modern puzzles has interactive and printable activities.
Order of operations drills brought to you by Jefferson County Schools in Tennessee.
Interactive multiplication drills and flash cards aimed at 7-11 year-olds
Thinking games and practice.
How many problems can you solve in 60 seconds?
Give your brain a workout with this site for elementary and middle school aged children.
Explore Whole Decimal Numbers, Place Value, and even Algebra with Base 10 Blocks. Site includes bases other than 10, such as, 2, 5, 8, and 16.
This Netherlands-based site has enough puzzles and games to keep students thinking all year.
Flash cards, games, drills and puzzlers.
Seven interactive tangram puzzles.
Great brain exercise and problem solving activities for you students who are always looking for challenges.
Games and puzzles – better put on your thinking cap!
Integrate math into your Language Arts with this enormous list of mathematical fiction.
From abacus to zero, it’s all here!
It’s fun, it’s educational, it’s addictive. It’s the game that’s sweeping the country. It’s KENKEN!
Invented by noted Japanese Math Teacher, Tetsuya Miyamoto, KENKEN allows you to test your puzzle acumen by improving your math skills!
Speaking of the abacus, here are directions on how to make and use a Chinese or Japanese abacus.
Preparation drills from the Math Counts competition.
Graph Theory games for K-12 students.
Where math and art intersect!
It’s a fact-kids love to fold paper!