Discover how interesting can the queen of the sciences be working with these interactive websites.
This is an excellent website which includes a maths dictionary with visual explanations and interactive games at different levels.
An illustrated Mathematics Dictionary.
This website deals with basic mathematics including games and a math glossary.
This is a school website designed for younger students with a lot of fun maths at different levels.
Visit this educational website to play interesting Math games.
In this interactive website you can play interesting geometry games.
“Me and my Math” is a website designed for children to learn about the laws of Arithmetics.
This is a section in the previous website which includes a good visual explanation about fractions with interactive activities.
Enter the Woodlands Junior School´s Maths Zone with several fun online interactive activities. These pages are for ages 7-11.
This is the Mathematics Department´s website at Madras College, which has good mathematical games links.
This is a website with video maths explanations for young children. It includes a free explanation about whole numbers and place value.
This is an excellent website with useful oral explanations and fun interactive activities about patterns, place value and tangrams.
This is a good website with problem solving video games.
Mathematics can be fun. Visit this website designed for younger students, which includes interesting maths games.
This is a website aimed at older secondary students to make graphs in English.
Excellent BBC website with several interactive maths explanations and games.
A BBC school website with explanations and tests. It includes Pytahgora´s Theorem, trigonometry and angles, area and voulme and graphs. There are two Maths levels.
Another BBC website designed for ages 4-1.
This is an excellent good oral math glossary for young learners.
This is a useful website with more links to more interactive maths resources.