- AAA MATH - this site has over 200 pages of math lessons (K-8) which feature interactive practice, challenge games and an explanation of the topic
- A+ MATH - a Math site for kids: game room, homework helper, flashcards, advanced problems; nice lay-out, easy to use.
- The abacus: the art of calculating with beads - everything you ever wanted to know about the Abacus.
- About today's date - a great site that gives history and facts about the numbers in today's date
- AIMS - archives, puzzles, downloads, curriculum and ideas for Math and Science.
- Global schoolnet foundation - Linking students around the world.
- Googolplex - this site is about Googolplex. What is a Googolplex?
- Harcourt multimedia math glossary - this site has definitions and visuals of math vocabulary for grades one through eight.
- The MacTutor History of Mathematics archive - Contains the biographies of more than 1000 mathematicians, as well as histories of various mathematical topics
- Hotel Infinity - When turn-of-the-century mathematician George Cantor approached the subject of infinity with mathematical rigor, he encountered many paradoxes. At the Hotel Infinity, these paradoxes come to life.
- General Math Resources - Honor Roll Mathematics Hotlist. Lots of good math links in all areas, general math to computing. The Math Forum- this site has many math links listed by grade level or subject matter.
- IlluminationsA site every math teacher should visit. Lesson Plans, simulations, and much more.
- Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles - games and puzzles, arithmetic and algebra, geometry, probability, fast reckoning, mathematics as a language, proofs in mathematics, the many ways to construct a triangle - and many teacher ideas and activities.
- Interactive Mathematics Online - this site includes clear explanations of mathematical ideas with examples
- Interactive Math Lessons

### Algebra Sites

- Equations
- Purple Math - Purplemath contains practical algebra lessons demonstrating useful techniques and pointing out common errors.
- Math forum: algebra lesson plans - This list contains some of the best algebra lesson plans or materials on which to base them.
- Ask Dr. Math - a question and answer service for K-12 math students and their teachers. A searchable archive is available by level and topic, together with a FAQ.
- Amusing Math Page - math jokes and more.
- A Plus Student - This site has hundreds of interactive math lessons with great graphics, animation and audio. Math courses range from kindergarten to high school including pre-algebra, algebra, and geometry.
- Awesome library's math lesson plans - The Awesome Library organizes 30000 carefully reviewed K-12 education resources, the top 5 percent for teachers, students, parents, and librarians.
- Basket Math - clicking any of the questions in the Table of Contents will result in a mathematics question and animation. If you answer the question correctly you will make two points; correct answer shown if wrong.
- Change Maker - a Funbrain simulation in which students can practice making change for a dollar or for one-hundred dollars
- Chickscope and egg math - different mathematics topics related to eggs.
- Click On Bricks - this is an interactive mathematics site for learning basic multiplication skills
- Cool Math - an amusement park of mathematics!
- Curious Math - Here you will find tricks and rules for quickly calculating certain types of math problems. There are also some entertaining trivia and math facts.
- Currency Converter - You can view any exchange rates among the 164 currencies.
- Math Tables - reference tables for general math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, calculus and advanced topics.
- The Internet Mathematics Library - from Math Forum, solid approaches to a variety of Math topics for elementary students.
- Elementary teacher's place - wonderful site for the K-5 math teacher
- Exercises in math readiness for university study - includes 3 levels, with hints and tutorials.
- Fantastic Math - math tips and tricks.
- Fibonacci puzzles - you want sophisticated patterns for your students to study? This site's has them: image and number puzzles based on Mathematics.
- Figure This! - Mathematics Challenges for Families provides interesting math challenges that middle-school students can do at home with their families.
- Flashcards for kids - this site has an interactive, online, elementary math problem solver
- Frank Potter's Science Gems - this site has a useful, annotated list of math sites arranged by topic and grade level
- Fun Brain will show you a number line. Students will click on the number line at the correct answer
- Math Baseball - Kids can learn math and have fun playing baseball at the same time.

### Calculus

- Calculus Initiative - These modules emphasize geometric concepts of calculus while examining applications of mathematics to the physical and life sciences.
- Math Archives - Calculus Resources On-line - contains information and links to numerous Internet resources, which could be used for teaching and learning of calculus.
- Calculus and Mathematica - this site provides an exciting new way to learn calculus, differential equations, and matrix theory
- Graphics for the calculus classroom - graphical demonstration developed for first year calculus
- Visual Calculus - ideas on how technology can be used in the teaching of calculus
- Fun Fractals - A Fractals Unit for Elementary and Middle School Students

### Geometry

- Gallery of Interactive Geometry - The Geometry Center at the University of Minnesota The Geometry Center has some great multimedia exhibits about geometric structures.
- The Geometry Center - projects, Java applications, archives, downloads, materials
- Geometry Junkyard - a number of excellent topics on geometry - neat, clean format.
- Geometry Discussion Groups - eight geometry discussion groups, an online electronic community for all those interested in geometry