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GAMECountAlex's Apples  Count shapes to earn apples. Online Interactive.  Turn a Sphere Inside Out 
GAMECount Lilly's Kitties  Count balls of yarn to earn kitties. Online Interactive 
Number Bingo 
Print Math Tools 
Print Math Worksheets 
Write Numeral Workbook 
What If Math ProblemBased Math 
Scholastic: Math Magazine Subscription 
Math n Stuff 
Kanmer Abacus for the Blind Directions to use the Abacus for arithmetic. 
Math Mojo Math Lessons using an Abacus 
Tutorspree
Basic Math Tutorials PreAlgebra Concepts 
Math Worksheet World  Measurement Workbook 
GAMECountAlex's Apples  Count shapes to earn apples. Online Interactive.  GAMECount Lilly's Kitties  Count balls of yarn to earn kitties. Online Interactive  Rachel's Roost  Add  Online Interactive  Libby's Microscopes  Add/Subtract/Multiply/ Divide  Online Interactive  Number Bingo Make Game Cards.  Estimate Mixed Operations. Excel Interactive. Scoring based on closeness to correct answer. 

Decimal Squares Games  Math Playground: Thinking Blocks  Cybershala  Scategory: Brain teasers 
Math Dot Com worksheets, games and online practice 
SmartKit
Games, Puzzles and Teasers 
IXL Math Math Fun PreK8 
Thinking Out Loud
Math Dance Moves! 
STORYProblems ASMD: JavaScript displays worksheet with random problems. 
Word Problems ASMD: Excel file to produce worksheets containing story problems. 
Word Problems : Compare Numbers  Excel worksheets of word problems. 
ARITHSTORY Add: Excel worksheets with random number word problems 
ARITHSTORYAS: Excel worksheets with random number word problems. 
ARITHSTORY Subtract: Excel worksheets with random number problems 
What If Math ProblemBased Math 
Make a Shape Witch 
The Singapore Maths: Tutorials  Math by Model Method  Homeschooling Paradise: Math Word Problems for First Grade.  Edutopia
Rap, HipHop how to for math. 
Gold Student Fun Worksheets 
JUMP Math Fun Lessons 
The Singapore Maths: Tutorials  Math by Model Method  Homeschooling Paradise: Math Word Problems for First Grade. 
Math TV  Algebra Lesson Videos Subscription required 
Lure of the Labyrinth Algebra game for middle schoolers 
Geo Gebra Graphic Algebra 
Can you Turn a Sphere Inside Out? 
CodeAcademy Programming Tutorials 
ALGTextCh01 Variables and Expressions 
ALGTextCh02 Rational Numbers and the Number Line 
ALGTextCh03 Equations 
ALGTextCh04 Ratio and Proportion 
ALGTextCh05 Inequalities 
ALGTextCh06 Polynomials 
ALGTextCh07 Factoring 
ALGTextCh08 Rational Expressions 
ALGTextCh09 Functions and Graphs 
ALGTextCh10 Graphing Linear Equations 
ALGTextCh11 Systems of Open Sentences 
ALGTextCh14 Statistics and Line Plots 
Fred Graph  The Colors of Humans 
World Clock Statistics as they happen Around the World 
Horse Race with Spreadsheet Activity 
Dice Fun SpreadsheetAn important concept in mathematics is the study of probability. How often does a particular number occur in random rolls of the dice. To use this activity, you will need a pair of dice for each student, some paper to write down the tallies of the dice rolls, and a copy of the Dice Fun spreadsheet for each student. Draw a tally chart on the paper. On each line, write the numbers from two to twelve  all the possible rolls of the dice. As each roll of the dice is totalled, put a tally mark on the chart by the total. A talley mark can be a single stroke of the paper, or a check mark. Have students roll the dice and determine the total rolled. On the paper, put a tally mark by the total. Roll the dice again and repeat the record on the paper. After about two dozen or more rolls of the dice, take the tally paper to the computer and enter the results of this "game". First, enter the number of rolls in this game. Then, add up the tally marks for each possible sum, and enter them in the same column. The sheet will automatically total the tallies in the left column, and will computer the percentage of the time that roll occurred in the far right column. Dice Fun can be either a classroom or a home activity. Parent or teacher should oversee the downloading of the Dice Fun spreadsheet, and help the student make the first entries. The parent or teacher can also point out the changes in totals and percentages as each entry is made. Dice Fun is not a onetime activity. It must be played a number of times, perhaps with different sets of dice. Let the student notice how randomly the numbers are rolled. Playing one game of Dice Fun at the beginning of math class is a nice way to get the concepts lodged in young minds. You can add an element of probability to the activity, by having students guess as what total they will roll, and mark the tallies for correct guesses by circling them. Students can make note of how often the guess correctly. It is then a good idea to suggest that the low probability of guessing the total suggest that the student should NOT consider a career in gambling! 
Directions for the Count Worksheets
Directions for the Compare Worksheets
Printing all WorksheetsFinally, the user clicks on the "Show Worksheet" button. If a very simplified worksheet is needed, click on the "One Problem" button and a worksheet will be provided with a single problem on it. The worksheet then appears on the screen and can be printed out using the usual print commands in the user's browser. 
For students with hearing impairments:
For students with no hand control:
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For students with no vision:
For student with limited vision and blindness:
For students with impulsivity and attention problems:

Page created July 5, 2001 Anne Pemberton. Updated Tue, Apr 3, 2012. AP.