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- Khan Academy Math - You will find math lessons from kindergarden to high school here on all topics like arithmetic, geometry, calculus and others
- Math is Fun - This site has lots of information, and it also has a math dictionary. It also has good math games.
- Middle School Math - videos which explain lots of useful ideas. This is from PBS.
- Coolmath - Help with learning things like addition, multiplication, fractions, decimals, and algebra. This site also has cool games.
- AAA Math - Learn and practice all kinds of math skills for grades 1st through 8th.
- Math Playground - Math games, word problems, and logic puzzles.
- A Plus Click Math - Test your math skills for grades 1 to 12.
- Maths Chase - Math game for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
- Math League Help Topics - Math help for grades 4 - 8. Everything from whole numbers to algebra.
- Math Planet - For high school or advanced middle school students. This has explanations with videos for geometry and algebra.
- Math Projects for Science Fairs - From Science Buddies.

- Fractions - Help with equivalent fractions, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions.

- Geometry - A good introduction from Math is Fun.
- Tessellation Creator - Make your own tessellations.
- Tessellations - Geometric shapes which fit together to make a pattern.
- Geometry - for middle schools. On Pinterest.

- Ask Numbers - Many, many different conversions such as temperature, distance, currency, electrical, and more.
- SOS Mathematics Tables and Formulas
- Fundamental Physical Constants - Values of constants for physics and chemistry.

- Create a Graph - If you need to make a graph, this site will help you out.
- Mr. Robb's Math Videos - If you take algebra or calculus, you will find these videos by Mr. Robb very helpful. There are lots of them on YouTube.
- On Roman Numerals - This page explains Roman numerals and has a handy box for converting from Roman to Arabic numerals or from Arabic to Roman.

- MacTutor History of Mathematics - Histories of math topics, biographies of mathematicians, and timelines of events in mathematics.

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