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July 16, 2012 -- Submitted by Igor Kokcharov, a reader from Switzerland, who is affiliated with the site.
A+ Click is a not-for-profit project that features a collection of illustrated challenging math problems for students in grades one through twelve. The website has a graduated set of over 2000 problems, starting from the very simple to the extremely difficult. The tests also include hundreds of practical problems and brainteasers.
December 21, 2011 -- Submitted by Harley, a parent from San Diego, CA, who is affiliated with the site.
This site hosts an online math video contest, where students and their teachers or coaches work together to create their own unique videos showing how they use math in the real world, encouraging creativity, problem solving and effective application of math concepts. Created by MATHCOUNTS, a nationwide organization that inspires excellence, confidence and curiosity in U.S. middle school students through fun and challenging math programs, this site aims to get students excited about math.
November 29, 2011 -- Submitted by Craig Gibson, a reader from Japan, who is affiliated with the site.
Free to use and fun animated games for learning basic mathematics.
November 15, 2011 -- Submitted by Victor Morgan, a reader who is not affiliated with the site.
Love this tool. Graphs several equations or inequalities, can produce a table of values, find intersections and-best of all- you can download an image of the graph to your computer.
August 2, 2011 -- Submitted by Adam Levin, a reader from Philadelphia, PA, who is affiliated with the site.
Comic Math is an upcoming webcomic about aliens, being a high school student and preparing for the SAT. Students will learn math while forgetting they are studying because of the compelling story. Right now the webcomic is still in development but you can follow its development on the production blog and see the story get created!
July 26, 2011 -- Submitted by Aramis, a teenager from Seattle, WA, who is not affiliated with the site.
I like Math IQ games for the following reasons: First of all, all games are fun to play and target a specific math skill necessary for math curriculum or standardized test. Almost all games are free after registration, which is needed to keep history of scores to monitor progress over time. Highly recommended over general brain games.