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 The Mathematical Atlas Originally started by Professor Dave Rusin of Northern Illinois University, the Mathematical Atlas is now a very large "collection of articles about aspects of mathematics at and above the university level, but (usually) not at the level of current research." The amount of material is immense; fortunately, there are multiple ways of browsing the site. Subjects are mainly geared toward modern... http://www.math-atlas.org/
 Math Forum: Elementary Problems Library The well known Math Forum (formerly from Swarthmore College), has meta-pages specifically for elementary school math teachers. One of the highlights of the Problems and Activities section is Ruth Carver's elementary problem of the week, with an interactive problem and solution archive back to the fall of 1995. http://mathforum.org/library/problems/elementary.html
 PBS Teachers: Math PBS has developed a number of websites for educators, and their PBS Teachers site has received a number of accolades and high praise from diverse quarters. First-time visitors to the site may wish to first use the drop-down menus here to select a grade range and a topic that interests them. After doing so, a set of relevant materials will be offered to them, organized by topic and intended grade... http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/search/?q=*&selected_facets=...
 Pizza Math Students can put fractions into a real-life context by using pizza. Developmental math instructors can use these examples to explain more complex mathematical concepts, or create new activities and homework assignments using the images and examples contained within this website, produced by Rice University. http://math.rice.edu/%7Elanius/fractions/index.html
 AplusMath A collection of games and puzzles for math review, this page provides visitors with a number of ways to engage in math topics. There are ten java-based and eleven non-java flashcard collections on concepts including inequalities, algebra, and geometric shapes. In the Game Room, visitors will again find java and non-java applications to practice arithmetic, algebra, and geometry. The Homework... http://www.aplusmath.com/
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