Cool Places to
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take a look around and see the new pages. Also, look below at the newest sites to be added to the other pages later and the Spotlight Site:
Student and Parent Links
I am looking for more sites to add so please send them on in.
If you are a student and find a cool site email it to me so we can all go there.
Spotlight site#1: I had great time here!!!
This website was fantastic!!! I had a great time here. The puzzles,
although tough and very challenging, were much fun. I highly recomend this
site for a challenging time!!!!! http://homepage.ntlworld.com/barry.r.clarke
Here is a great description from the Man himself:
puzzles on view here are entirely my own invention and have been selected from my column
in The Daily Telegraph (UK) and from my various puzzle
books. Here you will find liar problems, logic teasers, number conundrums, matchstick
puzzles, lateral mind-benders, in fact, there's something for everyone here! And for
puzzlers with Mensa IQs the advanced puzzles should provide a real challenge. If you get
stuck, you can look at the hint, and if you're really stuck, a full solution is
provided. To add to your enjoyment, I have drawn cartoons to illustrate some of the
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Spotlight site #2:
This site is very wild... a mind twist if you will!
Here's the description from the page
paradoxical, puzzles, ideas, poems and designs. It is hoped that you will find the
experience both entertaining and thought provoking.
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Here is a very cool site for Kids, Parents, and Teachers.
Mr. Becker's Mathescientist Page
This is an excellent page for things to do for math and science.
Education Internet Sites http://www.wits.ac.za/ssproule/mathpage.htm
This site has a GREAT listing for many math related sites.
Math Abundance (grades 9 -12): www.ping.be/~ping1339/hp.htm This
witty site offers tutorials on topics from pre-Algebra through Calculus. The designers sum
up their site this way: "As we worked our way through various math classes throughout
the years, we often became confused or lost. At first we decided it might have been
all the sleeping and talking we did during class, but we knew it couldn't be that
simple... So here's a site for people like us... easy ways to learn concepts.
MathFlash (grades 2 - 8): www.edu4kids.com/math Here is a good
example of computers doing what computers do best. Straight foward computation flash
cards are generated by this site.
DAU Math Refresher (grades 3 - 12): www.cne.gmu.edu/modules/dau/math/index.html
Designed as a tool to review basic arithmetic through calculus, this site is charmingly
designed with the organizational metaphor of a subway systemthat students travel through
as they complete each topic. The students will have to have pencil and paper ready
to work out the problems.
Mission: Critical (grades 7 - 12): www.sjsu.edu/depts/itl/ This project of
The Institute of Teaching and Learning offers a large set of tutorials on logic and
Web Math (grades 3 - 12): www.webmath.com/index.html This impressive
math site is set up to provide computerized step-by-step tutorials on most individual
problems in almost any math topic.
Fun Mathematics Lessons (grades 2 - 12): www.rice.edu/~lanius/Lessons/ This
site, by Rice University math instructor Cynthia Lanius, offers a set of tutorials and
lessons on interesting topics ranging from cartography, algebra, geometry, and problem
solving to calculus.
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