As with our subject areas, the internet provides a large selection of websites devoted to teaching math. The internet can be a fantastic tool to reinforce and support classroom study as well as present students with the bigger picture of how math is applied in real life. Discover how to add interest to your math classroom.

- 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.
- Fun Brain - Fun math games on the Web
- Math Forum For Teachers - HighSchool Hub: Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, & Calculus Math Central
- Math Central - Teaching Resources for mathematics teachers, a question and answer service for teachers and students, a mailing list for teachers and more.
- Math Student References - this site has a handy list of links including formulas, the history of math, and online problem-solving tools, check out the reference section
- Mathematics Lessons - useful links to Math sites.
- The Math Forum: Teachers' Place - Teachers' Place at the Math Forum provides Internet resources for lessons, projects, and software to help in the math classroom.
- Mathematics Archives - K12 Internet Sites - K-12 Teaching Materials this sitecontains significant collections of materials which can be used in the teaching of mathematics at the K-12 level.
- Tha Math League - provides students with fun and educational math contests, problem books, and math educational software.

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- Ask Dr. Math - FAQ page with useful answers to questions posed by students and teachers.