### Beginning

**Education World**

www.education-world.com/math

Explore the world using math! Articles about math and politics, the environment, and money. Plus, help in math subjects from K-12.

Level: Beginning-Advanced

**Aplusmath.com**

www.aplusmath.com/Flashcards

Flash card mania. Contains flash cards for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, square roots and
even a flash card creator.

**Base 10 Count**

www.edbydesign.com/btcount.html

Level: Beginning

Learn to count, read great stories by kids, or answer a riddle!

**MagicKeys**

www.magickeys.com/books/count

Level: Beginning

Read this funny story about wacky rabbits and learn how to count.

### Intermediate

**Allmath.com**

www.allmath.com

This site has discussion groups, metric conversion tables, and Ask Dr. Math^{TM}

Level: Intermediate

**Cut the Knot**

www.cut-the-knot.com/content.html

This site bills itself as "Interactive Mathematics, Miscellany and Puzzles." Have fun.

Level: Intermediate

**Education World**

www.education-world.com/math

Explore the world using math! Articles about math and politics, the environment, and money. Plus, help in math subjects from K-12.

Level: Beginning-Advanced

**Math.com Students**

www.math.com/students.html

This site has some really cool stuff. They have a section called: "Equation Solvers" which you can type in problems and it'll give you the answer on line. It can plot graphs and show you the steps it used to solve the problem....very cool!

Level: Intermediate

**Coolmath.com**

www.coolmath.com

This site is for kids 13-100 and it is COOL. Their home page has numbers 1-6 that follow your cursor around. They go through interactive problems, which range from easy to MONSTER!!! Lots of colors on this page.

Level: Intermediate

**Biographies of Women Mathematicians**

www.agnesscott.edu/lriddle/women/women.htm

Girl math power! From their homepage: "These pages are part of an on-going
project by students in mathematics classes at Agnes Scott College, in
Atlanta, Georgia, to illustrate the numerous achievements of women in the
field of mathematics." Who was Theano, born in 5th Century B.C.? Find out!

Level: Intermediate

**History of Mathematics**

aleph0.clarku.edu/~djoyce/mathhist/mathhist.html

Level: Intermediate

Who thought up the zero? What were the ancient math geographic hotspots? What did Euclid think and why? Find out here.

**Mathematics Maze**

hometown.aol.com/themazeman/mathmaze.html

Level: Intermediate

Play a game and have fun!

**The Dance of Chance**

polymer.bu.edu/museum

What are fractals? Why do they dance? Check out nature and movement and math and find out.

Level: Intermediate-Advanced

**Math Art Gallery**

www-math.sci.kun.nl/math/knopen/art_gallery.html

Level: Intermediate-Advanced

Fractal fun for folks who find the freaky fabulous.

### Advanced

**Education World**

www.education-world.com/math

Explore the world using math! Articles about math and politics, the environment, and money. Plus, help in math subjects from K-12.

Level: Beginning-Advanced

**WSU Mathematics**

www.sci.wsu.edu/math/HS/problems.html

This site presents senior high school level math problems. It uses a helpful premise -- if you try a problem and don't get the right answer, the site will explain the concepts behind the solution.

Level: Advanced

**Math in Daily Life**

www.learner.org/exhibits/dailymath

This link explains how people use math in their lives every day....they give examples about population growth, savings and credit cards, and cooking. Neato!

Level: Advanced

**Center for Innovative Computer Applications**

www.cica.indiana.edu/projects/Fermat

Level: Advanced

Want to try your hand at solving the unsolvable? Check out Fermat's Last Theorem.

**The Dance of Chance**

polymer.bu.edu/museum

What are fractals? Why do they dance? Check out nature and movement and math and find out.

Level: Intermediate-Advanced

**Math Art Gallery**

www-math.sci.kun.nl/math/knopen/art_gallery.html

Level: Intermediate-Advanced

Fractal fun for folks who find the freaky fabulous.

**The Math in the Movies Page**

world.std.com/~reinhold/mathmovies.html

Level: Advanced

Dry, worldly reviews of math in movies.

**The Chaos Game**

math.bu.edu/DYSYS/applets/chaos-game.html

Level: Advanced

Find out about red dots, green dots, the Sierpinski triangle, fractals, and more.