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I have a huge, long-neglected bookmarks folder labeled “To add to resource page.” I am never going to find time to sort and review all of those links. But if I post a few at random now and then, perhaps you will find something useful.
So here are five new links I am adding to my Free (mostly) math resources on the Internet page.
Worksheets and math practice
Daily Math Review
Three years’ worth of math review (7 assorted problems per day) for grades 6, 7, and 8 — with answers provided for the busy teacher.
Puzzles, games, and activities
My all-time (so far) favorite logic game download. “There is no time limit and no real-time elements. The objective is simply to destroy all the green hexagonal tiles on each of the 100 levels. As you progress through the game, more types of tiles are introduced which make things more difficult and interesting.” For all ages.
How to Count to 1,023 on Your Fingers
A Java applet teaches you to count in binary or other bases. This can extend your counting range, but “caution is advised as the number four is prone to offend onlookers.”
Tim’s Interactive Puzzle Solution Center
A fun collection of “famous and other curious brain teasers” to solve online, some relatively easy and some quite challenging.
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