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do anybody know some websites i can get on to study my math sol
goldentaylor  Jun 1, 2015

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Hi, I found these maths sites I think are pretty good and thought you might like to hear about them:

Aplusmath.com
There are free maths activities such as worksheets, flashcards, games and a homework helper. The maths subjects they have are addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, fractions, geometry and algebra.

AAAMath.com
I’m not sure of the details but if you want to know more about this site you can look up:
AAAKnow.com or 321Know.com. For studying purposes look up AAAStudy.com.

Math is Fun.com
When you enter this site, at the top of the page there are different categories like:
Home, Algebra, Data, Geometry, Measure, Number, Dictionary, Games, Puzzles, and Worksheets.
Then in the middle of the page it puts all these categories in the form of images, with the exception that ‘home’ is replaced by Index.

Below that, there are a few more categories such as; Teachers page, Feature of the month, four in a line, Times Table, Have your say (this is where you can visit their maths forum), etc...

TenMarks.com
I’m not sure how this site works but I’ve been told that there’s a free teacher sign up.

MathsFrame.co.uk
Also a very good maths site with these categories:
Most Popular Free Maths Games, New Mathematics Curriculum (2014), Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Ordering, Comparing and Reading Numbers, Word Problems, Using a Calculator, Fractions Decimals and Percentages, Measuring and Time, Shape and Space, Data Handling, Money, Sorting and Classifying, Partitioning and Place Value, Common Core Standards, Browse by Primary Framework Objectives, Latest Maths Games (updated 19th April 2015), Domino Games, Crystal Crash Games, and Mine Mayhem Games.

You can also register in on this site.

Math-Drills.com
This site has a ton of worksheets on every possible maths subject you can imagine.

That’s all I got, I’ve checked out a few of the sites I just mentioned and they’re pretty good.

Have fun checking them out!

Eloise1st  Jun 6, 2015
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Try Mathopolis it's very good and free!

MathsGod1  Jun 1, 2015
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Here are some ideas that I just copied from our "reference Material " sticky topic       

 

HOMEWORK SITES 

Review on Mathopolis homework site

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/mathopolis-review 

and here is the actual Mathopolis site     (From MathsGod1)

http://www.mathopolis.com/index.php

Home work sites in general

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/whats-the-best-math-hw-site

Practice site - Varied questions.  Looks good.  Recomended by DragonSlayer 9/2/15

http://www.mathpapa.com/algebra-calculator.html?q=5%283x+2%29 

An another:   mathwarehouse.com

Melody  Jun 2, 2015
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Hi, I found these maths sites I think are pretty good and thought you might like to hear about them:

Aplusmath.com
There are free maths activities such as worksheets, flashcards, games and a homework helper. The maths subjects they have are addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, fractions, geometry and algebra.

AAAMath.com
I’m not sure of the details but if you want to know more about this site you can look up:
AAAKnow.com or 321Know.com. For studying purposes look up AAAStudy.com.

Math is Fun.com
When you enter this site, at the top of the page there are different categories like:
Home, Algebra, Data, Geometry, Measure, Number, Dictionary, Games, Puzzles, and Worksheets.
Then in the middle of the page it puts all these categories in the form of images, with the exception that ‘home’ is replaced by Index.

Below that, there are a few more categories such as; Teachers page, Feature of the month, four in a line, Times Table, Have your say (this is where you can visit their maths forum), etc...

TenMarks.com
I’m not sure how this site works but I’ve been told that there’s a free teacher sign up.

MathsFrame.co.uk
Also a very good maths site with these categories:
Most Popular Free Maths Games, New Mathematics Curriculum (2014), Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Ordering, Comparing and Reading Numbers, Word Problems, Using a Calculator, Fractions Decimals and Percentages, Measuring and Time, Shape and Space, Data Handling, Money, Sorting and Classifying, Partitioning and Place Value, Common Core Standards, Browse by Primary Framework Objectives, Latest Maths Games (updated 19th April 2015), Domino Games, Crystal Crash Games, and Mine Mayhem Games.

You can also register in on this site.

Math-Drills.com
This site has a ton of worksheets on every possible maths subject you can imagine.

That’s all I got, I’ve checked out a few of the sites I just mentioned and they’re pretty good.

Have fun checking them out!

Eloise1st  Jun 6, 2015
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Hi  Eloise welcome to the forum :)

Your writing is amazing!

Dragonlance  Jun 6, 2015
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Eloise1st   I have added your post to our "Reference Material" sticky thread.   Thanks you :))

http://web2.0calc.com/questions/reference-material

Melody  Jun 6, 2015
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I love your new icon Eloise   

Melody  Jun 7, 2015

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