Hello All,

We are looking for software that will help our students to improve their math. Many of our students need help in this area.

School is K-8.

I thought I would start here. Please list the title of the software you are using, web-based or not, grade level, and comments.

I am new to this active community and hope to become a contributing member as well.

Thanks Norm

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Great tool, Ramon.

Thank you very much.

Feel free to explore our extensive Free Teacher Resources.
Definetly check out Mangahigh.com

This is a new site which is targeted toward 11-16yr olds. Prodigi and games like Flower Power and Bidmas Blaster are also great for even younger students.

Mangahigh has just developed a great offering for schools which allows schools to use all of the games and lessons for free. There is also competition involved which is a lot of fun.

Oh! and check out these links for some great resources on using math games for great learning results:
scroll down to the 'lesson plans using games' doc...its great

Have a look!!


(make sure to give the games a try... though I warn you that they can be addictive!)
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