These links will take you to other interesting Maths sites on the Internet.
If you find any activities on these web sites that you particularly like and should have a spearate link to
please let me know.
Lots of basic maths links at: http://www.ilovemaths.co.uk/adulted/bslinks.xml
MathsNet  http://www.mathsnet.net/ Multiplication  http://www.multiplication.com/ Math Goodies  http://www.mathgoodies.com/ look at the lessons All Math  http://www.allmath.com/ Math Mistakes  http://www.mathmistakes.com/ Scool  http://www.scool.com/ Coolmath  http://www.coolmath.com/ Math Atlas  http://www.mathatlas.org/ mymathsteacher  http://www.mymathsteacher.com/ Learn.co.uk  http://www.learn.co.uk/ The Guardian's education web site Mathguide  http://www.mathguide.com/ Manipula Math  http://www.ies.co.jp/math/java/ The Math Page  http://www.themathpage.com/ Really good tutorials for Arithmetic, Trigonometry and Pre Calculus. Dan's Math  http://home.earthlink.net/%7Edjbach/lessons.html Dan teaches maths from Basic maths to Calculus Webmath  http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/webmath/ Web math will solve questions of a specific type for you. math.com  http://www.math.com/ AAAmath  http://aaamath.com/ Good maths site for practising basic maths skills. Worth a look. Rick's Math Web  http://www.ricksmath.com/ Basic maths practise Mathpuzzle  http://www.mathpuzzle.com/ Curious Math  http://www.curiousmath.com/ Nrich Maths  http://www.nrich.maths.org/ Plus Maths  http://plus.maths.org/ Maths Websites from BBC Learning  http://www.bbc.co.uk/learning/library/maths.shtml BBC GCSE Bitesize Maths  http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/maths/ Attainment tester  http://www.ex.ac.uk/cimt/tests/index.html This attainment tester by Ron Knott will randomly generate GCSE like questions and give you feedback on you answers. revise.it  http://www.revise.it/ GCSE maths  http://www.gcsemaths.fsnet.co.uk/ Web page for Maths4Real 1  http://www.channel4.com/learning/main/netnotes/seriesid154.htm Web page for Maths4Real 2  http://www.channel4.com/learning/main/netnotes/seriesid209.htm Murderous Maths  http://www.murderousmaths.co.uk/ Brookworth  http://www.brookworth.co.uk/ Brookworth publish books of GCSE style questions. We usually put in an order as a class. CGP books  http://www.cgpbooks.co.uk/ Revision guides and workbooks B J Pinchbeck's maths links  http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/bjpinchbeck/bjmath.html Lots of good maths links. Google directory listing for Math  http://directory.google.com/Top/Science/Math/Education/
Dave's Math Tables
http://www.math2.org/
 Bamdad's Maths Comics These will bring a smile to your face. A huge collection of mathematical
cartoons scanned from newspapers and magazines.
 Conway "John Conway, the English mathematician perhaps best known for his
invention of The Game of Life, is now based in the United States. He has a
wonderful page full of games and puzzles such as the colouring problem. This site provides
many possibilities and ideas for GCSE or Alevel coursework." TES
 Coolmath.com an
amusement park for mathematics and more.
 Count On
is the continuation of Maths Year 2000 and will carry on the mission to
popularise maths, making it a 'cando' subject and promoting maths for all.
 CSC Mathematical Topics This service provides starting points for using the WorldWide Web for mathematical research.
 Curious and Useful
Maths! Here you will find tricks and rules for quickly calculating certain types of math problems.
There are also some entertaining trivia and math facts that are nice to slip into casual conversation.
 Dictionary of
Measures, Units and Conversions
 Early
Years This web site has been designed as an online resource for all
those working with the Early Years
 Exeter University Centre for
Innovation in Mathematics A starting point for maths resources
and research.
 Fibonacci
Leonardo Pisano is better known by his nickname Fibonacci. He played an
important role in reviving ancient mathematics and made significant contributions of his
own. Fibonacci or Leonard of Pisa, played an important role in reviving ancient
mathematics and made significant contributions of his own. Liber abaci introduced the
HinduArabic placevalued decimal system and the use of Arabic numerals into Europe. Find
out more from this web site.
 Fibonacci
An excellent site with details of lesser known Fibonacci facts.
 Freedman's Math Help
Professor Freedman's Math Help" is a mixture of sound, humor, color,
animation, and graphics with lots of help for the "math anxious"
student. Its aim is to give students a selfdirected and entertaining way
to learn basic math and algebra.
 History of Mathematics?
The archive contains the biographies of more than 1100 mathematicians. It has
recently been reorganised so that all the mathematicians now have individual biographies
and have more extensive references. You can access them from a selection of Alphabetical
or Chronological Biographical indexes.
 ICTeachers
Resources for Mathematics and Numeracy
 Joe The Dragon
contains interactive online Maths games and puzzles built with flash.
 Learn.co.uk is one of the largest learning resources on the web. Use it for homework, revision, or preparing lessons.
 Lighthouse
Anytime learning links for everyone.
 MAPE
supporting effective use of ICT in the Primary classroom
 MA Mathematical
Assosciation
 Maths
Online, the Internet service designed to meet the needs of maths teachers, bringing together a vast range of resources, ideas and information, easily accessible on one site.
 MathsSphere 'Mathematical
Vocabulary' and 'Numeracy Lessons' for the National Numeracy Project plus * work
specifically written for the Numeracy Project * hundreds of sheets for children to use *
homework opportunities * mental arithmetic * SAT practice papers
 Mechanics in Action
Project
 National Curriculum  Subject Index?
These Web pages bring together the complete revised National curriculum for 5 to
16 year olds for all the required subjects in England.
 NRICH has many mathematical resources
and everything is free. School students, teachers and those professionally involved in education are welcome to join.
 Numbertime Information about all the TV series and related books etc. from the BBC
 Ofsted Reports,
publications and enquiries.
 Pi The joy of p . An exploration
of its extraordinary history, from Archimedes to Leonardo da Vinci and a listing of
pi to more places than you really need.
 Primary
Resources. Lesson plans, worksheets and activity ideas for Primary
Teachers.
 Puzzle Page from MathSoft Each month a new puzzle is posted which will challenge your A Level students.
Previous months' puzzles are also there along with a variety of solutions.
 Schoolzone
A
very interesting site linking to some useful software!
 Secondary School performance tables
These tables together cover all secondary schools in England. Each contains
a wealth of information  on GCSE and GCE A/AS level examination results, on achievements
in a number of specified vocational qualifications, and on levels of pupil absence from
school. You will be able to find out more about a particular school by asking to see a
copy of its prospectus. Every entry in the tables includes the school's address and
telephone number.
 SMILE A forum for teachers of mathematics and information about the SMILE mathematics
scheme/resources.
 Swallow Systems
make and sell educational robots
 Teachers
Library This site is designed to enable teachers to share their
resources. And it's free!
 Teaching Ideas for
primary teachers
 Times Educational Supplement?
Search
the electronic version of the TES for articles of your choice. Read about the latest
educational initiatives, surveys and reports without having to make the trip to your
newsagent.
 Top
Marks links to other Maths web sites
 Top Maths. Ideas and resources for the teaching
of Maths for teachers, parents and children.
 Tutor 2000 Tutor 2000 helps students and tutors identify and find each other over the
Internet.
 Valiant
Technology make the Roamer and other devices you may already be using
in the classroom. Here is a page linking to resource materials.
 Window Box Online makes it easy for you to incorporate ICT into your teaching across the curriculum by providing educationally proven ICT Activities that you can safely download straight to your computer.
 Worksheets
The "Maths: one million worksheets" Series from Creative Curriculum Software is designed to make easy work of producing an unlimited number of different printed maths work and answer sheets.
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