This page is a set of links that I use frequently, or links to web pages that will be of interest and educational for yourself or your child. The links are grouped according to subject.
Cathy’s Math – Great basic operations math review site.
Acute Triangles – Flash Lesson from MathActive about triangles.
Math Activities Index – A ton of educational (and increadibly fun) math games that you can play by yourself or against a partner. This site is a “Must Check Out.”
Middle School Math Book – The text book we use in class.
Asset Education Portal – Arizona School Services through Educational Technology
Looking for the Top Quark – A coordinate graph game like “Battleship.”
Fraction Sorter – Make and color in the correct fraction.
Equivalent Fractions Pointer – Make equivalent fractions. Great Review.
Simple Maze Game – A maze where you avoid bombs by imputing coordinates.
Factor Game – A game where you play against an opponent or the computer and select factors of a number.
Fraction Four – A “connect four” type game played by reducing fractions.
The Exploratorium – The online portion of the Exploratorium Museum in San Francisco. It has a ton of webcasts, videos, and science lessons.
ChatMaker – You can create your own chat room. Remember that you have to “invite” people so that they know it is there.
Internet Free Public Library – Teen Section – Links to good reference materials.
CNN Student News – a 10 min. newscast everyday for middle and high school students. There is also resources for teachers to supplement the video.