These sites have challenging problems which can be integrated into other units. You can assign web site problems individually to students who finish their other work.

# Math Made Easy(er)

#### Free Online Graph Paper

The good news is that you have access to a great printer/copier. The bad news is that you need a particular style of graph paper for your class and – up until now – had no way to create it. This resource allows you to generate graph paper sheets of all styles and sizes, from… learn more

#### Math Cats

Math Cats has a wide range of on-line activities and project ideas for ages 5 and up. learn more

#### Math Playground

Math Playground is filled with free (Grades 1-6) online math games, logic puzzles, step-by-step instructional videos, math practice, and a variety of problem-solving activities. Some of the logic games that make a nice break for "kids" of all ages. learn more

#### Math Studio

MathStudio brings unprecedented math power to your web browser or mobile device. Capable of doing everything from basic expressions to solving quadratic equations to graphing to data analysis and more. A simple interface but impressive results. learn more

#### Seeing Math

Seeing Math combines content modules in algebra with professional development for sustained learning environments. Various applets can be used to customize the modules. All of the content is very clear. learn more

#### Virtual Nerd: Real Math Help

Real math help. Over 1,500 video lessons covering Middle Grades Math through Algebra 2. learn more

#### Webmath Advanced Guidance for Math Problems

Webmath is a math-help website that generates answers to specific math questions and problems, as entered by a user, at any particular moment. The math answers are generated and displayed in real-time, at the moment a web user types in their math problem and clicks "solve." In addition to the answers, Webmath also shows the… learn more

#### Word Problems For Kids

Word Problems (Grades 5-12) is a collection of traditional "story" problems, wrapped in a "hip" context--a motivator for students who ask, "Why do we study this math stuff?" learn more