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This web page is designed to assist teachers who are integrating technology into their curriculum. Just click on any site that you wish to go to and it will take you there.
This site is linked to the
See the division dates where testing can affect your class.
Here one can see commonly asked questions and their responses.
OLD SOL Tests
Find out previous questions from these sites.
3rd Grade Math SOL Questions
5th Grade Math SOL Questions
8th Grade Math SOL Questions
Algebra I SOL Questions
Geometry SOL Questions
Algebra II SOL Questions
Here one can find the blueprints from which the SOL questions are generated. To find your subject, click on this site and scroll down for the appropriate subject and grade.
This site helps teachers align the curriculum to the SOLs. For more information click here.
Other Useful Sites
Need Graph Paper ? Say no More! This site contains several types of graph paper including rectangular and polar. Click on a specific site and you can print it directly onto a sheet of paper.
Worksheets Galore! This site is very useful when reinforcing previous lessons taught. It contains hundreds of worksheets and other rather interesting items. Check it out for yourself. It’s called EdHelper.com .
Talk about your one stop web site. This page has it all. Some of the topics include (but are not limited to)
1. Resource List of Organizations with names, addresses and e-mails
2. Websites including lesson plans, calculator help, tech info etc…
3. Bibliography of recommended books to enhance one’s professional development
Figure This! revolves around mathematics challenges. The web site
will provide an interactive opportunity for families to solve excitingmathematics challenges.
This site is updated regularly and contains useful materials
for teachers at almost every level.
Need a puzzle, maze, word search etc. to introduce or reinforce the SOL
objective? If so, check out the Puzzlemaker Web Site. From this site, you can
generate crossword puzzles, cryptograms, letter tiles, word searches, mazes,
number blocks, math squares and fallen phrases. Most of the puzzles
offered by this site can be easily adapted for all subject areas
and SOL objectives.
This site contains math-related resources that include Professional Development, Intervention,
Submit a math question, search the archives by school level and
mathematics area, or find answers to classic problems.
Math.com This site covers everything from basic math to calculus.
Inside this site, one can go get extra practice, ask an expert, use
calculators and tools with problems, play games and use homework help.
TEAM PROJECTS Looking for a content area project or a contest for your classroom? Join a TEAMS project or browse a list of projects and contests sponsored by other organizations.
Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles This site has lots of puzzles and interesting activities to help hook students into learning math.
Texas Instruments Graphing Calculator This site assists teachers by helping them change boring lessons to interactive and critical thinking activities. Students can use this site for homework help, tutorials, free downloads, games, & more!
Education World Free Internet search engine designed
to navigate more than 50,000 education related sites.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics The NCTM is a
place where educators are encouraged to change their rote teaching
ways to technological and information processing. Here you will find everything that you will need.
Integrating Math &Science Curriculum Gives ideas for integrating math and science curriculum.
Resources, games, lesson plans Need I say more???
ExploreMath.com offers educators mathematics activities, homepages for courses, lesson plans and monthly newsletters containing teaching ideas.
Daily Lesson Plan: Mathematics, from the New York Times, is a collection of real –life news based problems that apply to grades 6-12 mathematics.
Ohio Math Works uses interactive multimedia to show grades 7 – 9 students how industry professionals use mathematics in their careers.
The Excellent Adventure is a mathematics-bases, cross-curricular virtual tour from
MathMastery.com offers interactive activities designed to help students, parents and teachers increase students’ interest and success in mathematics.
MATHguide offers free lessons, mathematics news, a help center and more for students, teachers and parents.
Platonic Realms features a daily mathematics challenge, humor and a searchable encyclopedia of mathematical terms.
Math Matters, part of Creative Classroom Online, offers mathematics activities submitted online or taken from past and present issues of Creative Classroom, a magazine for grades K – 8 teachers.
Mrs. Lorrie Blood is a mathematics teacher at
College Board Web Site
Dave’s Short Trig Course
Mathematics of Cartography
The Fibonacci numbers and the Golden Section
AP Calculus Problems and solutions, history of mathematics
AP Calculus tutorial, real world explanations and examples
A site that applies mathematics and the language of numbers to everyday, decisions making situations
Math information from algebra to Calculus
Information about geometry and geometry formulas
Solving Calculus Problems
Formulas and activities for Geometry.
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Special Thanks go to Mrs. Martha Askew and Lorrie Blood for the additional websites!