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Getting Started with the TI-10 & TI-15 Explorer: Use this demo to learn the basics of using your Texas Instruments calculators.

The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives: This site provides web-based manipulatives to support the K-8 program. The manipulatives are organized by mathematical strand.

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Elementary: This section for elementary teachers contains articles, general information as well as a problem of the week.

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Weekly Problem Archives: A site that archives past problems.

Olympic Games - Olympic and World Records: Discover all current olympic records and their historic evolution.

Mathematics TEKS Toolkit: A website hosted by the University of Texas Dana Center designed to provide Resources for implementing the mathematics Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) and for improving mathematics programs in Texas

Nrich: A website hosted by Cambridge University that provides a monthly collection of problems and articles to be used for enrichment.

The MegaPenny Project: This resource helps children visualize large numbers by using pennies. Students answer the question: "What would a billion pennies look like?"

Illuminations: A collection of web-based resources to teach mathematics.

White House Kids Math Challenge: A problem solving contest sponsored by the White House.

Columbus State University Math Contest: Problems for different levels of students: elementary, middle school, brain teasers, and more.

Figure This!A site with real-life problems designed for students and parents to solve together.

Cyberchase! This site contains a collection of games to support different areas of mathematics.

Number Lines- This teaching tool allows the teacher to create many different number lines using different intervals. Numbers are covered so that students can determine the missing numbers.

Decifractator- This site is a teaching tool for conversion of fractions to decimals. Students enter a fraction and determine the decimal equivalent.

Analogue Clock- A time teaching tool for teachers, the clock can be advanced to show 1 minute, 5 minute, 15 minute, and 1 hour increases.

Guess My Number- This classic game can be set for any range of numbers to make it as easy or as hard as desired.