http://hoodamath.com/ Contains mathematics and strategy games that students can play.

www.mathcafe.com is a site where you can build fact fluency WS for practice

http://sciencespot.net/ has a link to a Power Point called Metric Mania that we have used to teacher metric conversions for the past couple years…it is really good.

http://education.jlab.org/ a website that has both math and science topics and some really good games to build skills as well as engage students. Registration is free and includes emails for new materials as they become available.

http://www.learnzillion.com Sign up for a teacher account and get access to hundreds of video lessons that you can use to create a customized learning experience for each class or individual student. Teachers create playlists of lessons with associated practice questions and students complete assigned playlists. LearnZillion tracks completion and mastery of each lesson, allowing teachers to track student progress effortlessly.

www.brainpop.com games, negative about site is you have to pay a membership fee

http://prezi.com - I've only investigated this site some this afternoon. There are several levels of membership with some costing money. Students and teachers do have free access to more than the free domain if registered (you'll need your school's website to register) There are presentations available to view and I believe you can work through a tutorial to learn how to create a presentation.

http://funbasedlearning.com - there are games available for several content areas. Graph a mole and line gems were math options with focus on graphing in coordinate grid and selecting an equation of a line that crosses through as many gems as you can with one line.

If you go to the dare to compare link there are some practice tests for different subject areas and different grade levels. I haven't looked too closely at it but math has tests for grades 4, 8 and 12. http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/index.asp

Math Games All math related games. You can set up your school and enroll your students, then set challenges for your students. I had my pre-algebra students do it today and they found it really challenging. Oh, and it's free!

From Illuminations web site "Scaling Away" It is very useful to my middle school students to understanding scale. Both lessons are online sites that could be used used on a smartboard or individual computers. http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?id=L584

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AlgebraSongsVocabularyQuiz GeneratorGamesGeometry- Geometry activity shared by Kathy Schmidt-Franklin Middle School Math http://www.absorblearning.com/mathematics/contents.html Look under geometry basics and click on Ratio and Scale for a great online lesson and practice.
- From Illuminations web site "Scaling Away" It is very useful to my middle school students to understanding scale. Both lessons are online sites that could be used used on a smartboard or individual computers. http://illuminations.nctm.org/LessonDetail.aspx?id=L584
- "Flip and Slide " from Calculation Nation and Illuminations Players will focus on translating (slide), rotating (turn), and reflecting (flip) a triangle to capture as many ladybugs as possible.
- www.geogebratube.org old geogebra wiki now easier to use and more versatile
- free worksheets http://www.kutasoftware.com/freeige.html
- Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 Step by step examples with standards http://www.mrperezonlinemathtutor.com/

Geogebrahttp://calculationnation.nctm.org/Games/GameLaunch.aspx?GameId=A1A1A1A1-624D-4CDD-B761-7E0B364404E1

- Geogebra ideas http://math247.pbworks.com/w/page/20517545/Learn%20and%20Use%20GeoGebra
- Geogebra help: http://geogebrawiki.wikispaces.com/

Calculus- Teri Jelinek found a web site for Calculus help that she think is very good. It is: http://integralcalc.com/

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