The Secret Life of Math by Ann McCallum
This book is suitable for ages 9 to 12 years. You can discover the relationship between maths and people’s needs, and how these needs have continually pushed people the word over to come up with very similar solutions to keep track of things, measuring time, and distance, and calculating numbers.
The Mission of Addition by Brian P. Cleary
Fun ways to learn addition and arithmetic.
The Usborne Illustrated Dictionary of Math by Tori Large
An illustrated resource to understanding math, this volume is enhanced by more than 500 clear definitions, 300 illustrations and diagrams, and 100 worked examples that show how to put theory into practice. Also includes links to recommended Web sites that complement each topic.
LearningExpress Library provides an interactive online collection of practice tests and tutorial courses to help patrons, students, and adult learners succeed on the academic or licensing tests they must pass. You’ll get immediate scoring, complete answer explanations, and an individualized analysis of your results. Tests include: GED Prep, College Prep including SAT and ACT, Grad School Entrance, Military, Nursing, Real Estate, Law Enforcement, US Citizenship, Civil Service and much more.
An illustrated math dictionary to explain concepts in an easy to understand manner.
AAA Math features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts.
The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) provides a list of great web sites appropriate for pre-K, elementary, and middle school aged youth, and parents/teachers/caregivers.
ipl2 provides 500 resources on math and science for kids.
Learn math concepts, get flash cards, and play games dealing with math.
Games to learn math.
Popsicle Stick Chain Reaction
Martha Visits Musser!
Betty Kisses the Bat!
Betty and Julie try their hardest to sing you this re-written holiday classic.
Jason from the Bluedorn Imaginarium demonstrates some chemistry.
A "Move With Mother Goose" participant shares some of the nursery rhymes.