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An active and enthusiastic electronic mailing list for un schooling mathematics, deschooling mathematics, deprogramming mathematics nervousness, and just plain having fun with math. It’s Dedicated to exploring how math can be learned without school”, without canned curricula, without lesson plans, without artifically dividing it up into grade levels and testing and drilling it to death, and how math is naturally all around us and how children are doing math all the time, whether they realize it or not!”. The Game That’s Worth 1, 000 Worksheets Ideas for using the game of Math Card War to learn math concepts with common playing cards: greater than\/less than subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, negative numbers, absolute value, and multi step problem solving.
Helping your kid learn mathematics – A parent’s guide This guide contains proposals for every day mathematics activities that you or your kid may have fun doing together. History for Children! Indian science and mathematics Fascinating weave of mathematics, cultural, architectural, along with other history – helps mathematics come alive with relevance. Invisible Math – from Education World lessons are Invisible because children have so much fun they do not realize they’re actually doing math. Large Number Concepts Dr. Math makes recommendations for demonstrating thousands, billions, and trillions. Math Activities an accumulation of hands-on mathematics activities using dry pasta, dominoes, a dartboard, fish crackers, circle games, and more.
Math Anxiety Resources An annotated list of books and resources which can assist in preventing ot overcome mathematics anxiety. Math in the Real World Activities a pleasant choice of annotated links to good web sites that discuss practical ways to bring mathematics into real life. The Math Explorer – Use the website Search feature to find new approaches to math with fun games, tricks, and activities from the Exploratorium museum, a number of that are from their Math Explorer book. Math File Game Show – from BBC Education Fun on-line instruction, games, and printouts for understanding about numbers, decimals, percentages, algebra, shapes, space, dimension, and more. The Math Forum Swarth more popular mathematics forum, with lots of links to other important mathematics sites. Math Glossary A cool little multi-media glossary for around K-6 levels. Math Glossary A clearly illustrated glossary of mathematics terms – for Grades K- .
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