CGI/MATH
WEBSITES “If teaching were the same as telling, 

Lots
of people seem to be working on fractions right about now! Here’s a
website of fraction activities. I
didn’t check every activity, but the ones I looked at looked good. 

Here’s a site that might be of interest to those of you in the upper grades. It’s called Mrs. Glosser’s Math Goodies and it contains a wide variety of worksheets, tutorials, demonstrations, and games. Check it out!! 

Can you stand yet another example from David Sousa’s book How the Brain Learns Mathematics? This one offers suggestions on how to show the practical and everyday use of math and science. You’ll have to search the links a bit because it includes lessons for K12. 

Some of you may be familiar with the MarcoPolo website. It has been around for awhile and has been known for its highquality, noncommercial educational resources. It has recently merged with the Verizon Literacy Network to become Thinkfinity. 

It has problems, a bibliography, and a number of other CGI resources. 

teacher.scholastic.com 
Problems are set up as multiple choice so kids can answer them online. Suggestion  change the names in the story to fit your kids and give the problems as activities for groups to solve—instead of having the kids go online. 
mathsolutions.com 
It’s Marilyn Burns’ Math Solutions site. To get to the lessons, just click on “Books and Resources” and then on “Lessons from the Classroom. You can sign up to the get the free newsletter. 
mathforum.org 
It has a lot of great information, not to mention Ask Dr. Math where you can find answers to lots of our math questions—including why any number to the power of zero is 1! 
sandi.net 
This website if a real “find!” It contains a variety of “routines” to use to evaluate students’ understanding in a wide variety of math concepts. 
nctm.org

If you haven’t checked out the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics website, you should. Even if you’re not a member, there are some problems and other resources there that we could all use. 
manatee.k12.fl.us 
It
has a mix of interactive sites and printable worksheets that you can use
at the different grade levels separated by 
thinkquest.org 
A number of good problem options 
ritesandrightrep.com 
Here is an excellent website for CGI problems. When I checked it out,
some of the links were not working, but hopefully that’s temporary. The
links I looked at were the ones with CGI problems and they were great. 
nlvm.usu.edu 
Virtual
Math Manipulatives – Thanks Sue M! 
mathplayground.com 
Here’s yet another site listed in David Sousa’s book How the Brain Learns Mathematics. It has word problems, games, and logic games—and it looks pretty cool, too. 
mathforum.org 
Lattice Multiplication 
colstate.edu 
Weekly math problems plus the option to look at past problems. 
rubistar.4teachers.org 
This site allows you to create your own rubrics for any subject. 
wps.ablongman.com 
This is the website belonging to the guy who wrote our Elementary and Middle School Mathematics book. 
pasd.wednet.edu 
Here’s where the algebra problems came from. I gave them to you by grade level in January. 
getsmarter.org 
This website has problems at the 35 grade level. It also allows students to compare their results with kids around the world. 
cuttheknot.org 
Lots of math problems that kids might enjoy. 
globalclassroom.org 
One of the websites listed in David Sousa’s book How the Brain Learns Mathematics. 
mathcats.com 
Activities on arithmetic operations, conversions, measurement, estimation, and geometry. 
teachers.ash.org.au 
This is the math dictionary site that I showed the Saturday group in January. 
rainforestmaths.com 
Created by the same person as the math dictionary listed above. Heidi showed us this one. Great activities for all levels and strands. 
