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Thanks for visiting the Budget Home$chool Math section! So, working Math problems is not your favorite way to spend an afternoon? Perhaps, these links will help you change your mind? Math is all around us, used in many ways we never realize. Math doesn't have to be dull, tedious or hard to understand, for that matter. This extensive set of links will provide plenty of fun, education and relief for the Math blues.

We've searched the web for the very best math sites available. Here you will find everything from basic math facts, both online and offline flash cards, algebra lessons, statistics and how to understand them, as well as division, story problems, tangrams, geometry and everything in between. Explore the exciting world of mathematics. Great for both children and adults.

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    • Geometry Worksheetsby edHelper Ages: 9 - 18High school geometry unit. Elementary to middle school geometry. Plane figures mixed review. Lines and angles mixed review...Subjects: math, geometry, prep, circumference, links, books

    • Geometry - Learning Mathby WGBH Educational Foundation Ages: 12 - 17Geometry introduces geometric reasoning as a method for problem solving. Throughout the first nine sessions, you will explore the properties of geometric figures, make constructions using pencil and paper and dynamic software...Subjects: math, geometry, videos, courses, materials, ideas, concepts

    • Water Geometryby The Future Channel Ages: 12 - 15It is your job to install the water system, using sprinklers that shoot water jets in a circular pattern to a distance of 20 feet. The sprinkler installation instructions recommend placing the sprinklers as follows.Subjects: math, geometry, water, hands-on, problem-solving, algebra

    • Geometry Everywhere - Kodak Education [10th Grade]by Betty R. Allen Ages: 13 - 18With this activity comes a certain sharing of ideas that is not usually found in math problem-solving settings. The intent of Betty Allen's enrichment activity was to make students more aware of geometric shapes and lines in objects around them.Subjects: math, geometry, projects, activities, materials, concepts

    • Aviation Geometry Lesson Planby Wooddale High School Ages: 13 - 18Identify congruent triangles in aviation. Label corresponding parts of congruent triangles. Find the measure of angles in order to construct the sails of a certain type of hang glider.Subjects: algebra, math, geometry, physics, graphing, links

    • Interactives - Geometry - 3D Shapesby Annenberg Media Ages: 10+In the world around us, there are many three-dimensional geometric shapes. In these lessons, you'll learn about some of them. You'll learn some of the terminology used to describe them, how to calculate their surface area and volume...Subjects: math, geometry, surface area, volume, test, skills, shapes

    • Geometry Through Artby Norman Shapiro Ages: 8+To children, beauty comes before logic and theories; therefore, geometry as art seems the most natural approach for teaching this subject.Subjects: math, El Greco, shapes, proportions, logic, theories

    • The Geometry Junkyardby David Eppstein Ages: 12+I've heard parents complain "my daughter makes collages from magazine clippings in her high school geometry class instead of learning real math". Some of the lesson plans listed here are like that, but are perhaps appropriate as auxiliary material.Subjects: math, geometry, lesson plans, coursework, teaching materials

    • Virtual Geometry Manipulativesby Utah State University Ages: 4 - 18Learning and understanding mathematics, at every level, requires student engagement. Mathematics is not, as has been said, a spectator sport. Too much of current instruction fails to actively involve students.Subjects: math, geometry, lessons, kids, downloads, library

    • Perimeter and Area of Polygonsby Math Goodies Ages: 10 - 17Perimeter & area of polygons are introduced in this unit. Perimeter of polygons and perimeter of regular polygons are covered. The difference between perimeter and area is explained. Choose from the table of contents below, or try one of our other topics.Subjects: math, geometry, perimeter, lessons, polygons, worksheets

    • Geometry Lesson Plan Sites - Math Forumby Drexel University Ages: 12+This list contains some of the best geometry lesson plan sites. For a more exhaustive list, or to find materials that fit your specific needs, search or browse Geometry or Lesson Plans in the Forum's Internet Mathematics Library. Subjects: math, geometry, arithmetic, lesson plans, projects, discussion

    • Drawing in One-Point Perspective - Interactive Perspective Exerciseby Harold Olejarz Ages: 12 - 18Drawing in one-point perspective is a step-by-step guide to one-point perspective drawing. The first section presents key concepts in one-point perspective. If an object is above eye level, above the horizon line, you can not see its top. Subjects: math, geometry, drawing, tools, dvd, tutorials, lessons

    • A Gallery of Interactive On-Line Geometryby The Geometry Center Ages: 11 - 18In order to enjoy this exhibit, you will need a web browser that understands graphical fill-out forms. This web-based interface to the pisces program allows you to compute implicitly defined curves in the plane. You can choose from several pre-defined...Subjects: math, geometry, gallery, webpisces, symmetry, drawing

    • Circumference and Area of Circlesby Math Goodies Ages: 9+Circumferences & area of circles are presented in this unit. Students will also learn about the parts of a circle. Choose from the table of contents below, or browse one of our other topics.Subjects: math, geometry, lessons, worksheets, puzzles, circles, solutions

    • Interactive Geometryby MathsNet Ages: 12 - 17Try one of the following three courses, each of which is a comprehensive study of one large area of geometry. Everything uses online interactive resources provided here - no extra programs are required. Subjects: math, geometry, interactive, courses, puzzles, books

    • Geometry Tutorials, Problems and Interactive Appletsby Dr. Abdelkader Dendane Ages: 12+Free geometry tutorials on topics such as reflection, perpendicular bisector, central and inscribed angles, circumcircles, sine law and triangle properties to solve triangle problems. Also geometry problems with detailed solutions on triangles...Subjects: math, geometry, tutorials, problems, challenge, worksheets

    • Geometry Lesson Plans - Math Forumby Drexel University Ages: 10+This list contains some of the best geometry lesson plans or materials on which to base them. For a more exhaustive list, or to find materials that fit your specific needs, search or browse Geometry or Lesson Plans in the Forum's Internet Mathematics...Subjects: math, algebra, geometry, discussion, calculus, analysis

    • Electronic Geometry Notebookby Mark Heeg & Trudy Driskell Ages: 12 - 14Students create a geometry notebook throughout their study of geometry. Entries will be added weekly. If students can apply their geometry knowledge to real applications they can have a more realistic understanding about the study of spatial objects.Subjects: math, geometry, kids, strategies, skills, evaluation

    • Geometry articles, theorems, problemsby Alexander Bogomolny Ages: 12+More than 850 topics - articles, problems, puzzles - in geometry, most accompanied by interactive java illustrations and simulations. Some of the lessons that are included on this website are: A problem in an isosceles right triangle...Subjects: math, geometry, interactive, learning, lessons, links

    • Teaching Resources for Interactive Whiteboards and Data Projectorsby eChalk Ages: 7 - 13eChalk develop tools to assist whole-class teaching. Our products work with every brand of whitboard and because they are created using the latest web technologies they can be distibuted via the school website to both the classroom and the home.Subjects: math, preview, games, fractions, geometry, maps, estimating

    • Interactive Geometry Dictionary Lines in Geometry - Illuminationsby National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Ages: 12 - 18Lines and points are the two most fundamental structures of geometry. There are many special lines in geometry that are singled out for their interesting properties. You can use the applets that accompany each definition to explore the definitions...Subjects: math, geometry, dictionary, lines, structures, lessons, activities

    • Geometry Problem of the Week - Math Forumby Drexel University Ages: 12+Past archive and solutions. Recieve help from mentor. Paid membership required to view problems. Determine which quadrilateral the witnesses saw running from the scene of the crime.Subjects: geometry, math, problems, puzzles, videos, resources

    • Interactive Geometry - Amblewebby Mark Robinson Ages: 12 - 18Use our selection of JAVA based online tools to explore the properties of various regular and irregular shapes as well as mirror and rotational symmetry. Subjects: math, geometry, downloads, links, hexagon, rectangle