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- Shell Center Performance Tasks
- Galileo
- Set Game
- Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles
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12 Math Puzzles from the Math Forum - Puzzles.Com
- MathsChallenge.net
- Mixed Up Math
- Middle School Problem of the Week
- Word Problems For Kids – Grades 5 to 12
- NRICH
- Computational Math Problems
- Archive or Riddles and Puzzles
- Archimedes Lab
- Great Unsolved Problems in Mathematics
- Stella’s Stunners

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Math Links

Canadian Math Trail, a site for teachers and students to participate in the mathematics around their area.

- Alberta High School Math Competition
Canadian Mathematical Society, contains a multitude of hot links to useful math education sites.

Classic Fallacies sets up false mathematical "proofs" and explains their flaws, www.math.toronto.edu/mathnet/falseProofs/fallacies.html

- Collection of US government sponsored Net resources for teachers of mathematics.
- Elementary Problem of the Week
- Geometer's Sketchpad site with links to user groups and professional development sites. The demo version allows for offline exploration. A powerful resource tool for basic geometry
- National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
- TELUS Learning Connection, a comprehensive site devoted to the meaningful integration of Internet resources into the Alberta school curriculum with a growing base of math resources.
- The Math Forum Home Page
Encyclopedia of Mathematics is the Concise Eric Weisstein's Encyclopedia of Mathematics

- History of Mathematics , an archive devoted to the History Of Mathematics at the School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin.
- Mathematics Archives contains a wealth of MSDOS software collection for K-
12. - Visualizing an Infinite Series uses a trapezoid divided successively into fourths to portray an infinite series.
- How Many? A Dictionary of Units of Measurement deals with both metric and customary measurement units, giving their history and related links.
- National Institute of Stanards an Technology

Links for Teachers

WiredMath A team of mathematics teachers from the field has partnered with the Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC) at the University of Waterloo to create a series of ONLINE mathematical tools and activities for elementary and secondary schools

- http://www.filtersfast.com/Practical-
Math- and- Science.asp - Ontario Association for Mathematics Education
- American Fidelity's Education World
- Central Alberta Regional Consortium
- Edmonton Regional Learning Consortium
- Learning Network Educational Services
- Consortium Provincial Francophone
- Calgary Regional Consortium
- Northwest Regional Learning Consortium

Math Links for Parents

Alberta Achievement Test Information for gardes 3, 6, and 9 in Language Arts, French Language Arts, Mathematics, Mathematiques, Social Studies, and Science. This site is currently under development, but will contain test results, test information, samples of student work , etc. Check back often to see what has been added to this site.

Alberta Diploma Examinations -

Grade 12 Diploma Examination Archive with answer keys. Helping Your Child Learn Math. Published by the US Department of Education, but closely related to the Alberta Mathematics Curriculum for kindergarten to grade 6. Contains numerous mathematics activities that parents can explore with their children.

Our Students, Our Future. A new publication that provides an overview of of the education system in Alberta, kindergarten to grade 12.

Parents, Your First Teachers! Contains information on schools and school choices, student results and assessment, and curriculum resources. Follow the Curriculum Resources link to access the Curriculum Handbooks for Parents for grades k to 9.

WebMath is a math-

help site that aims to provide immediate help over the Internet with a particular math problem that children might be facing.

Please send suggestions to Matthew McDonald