- 2003 through 2008 CST Released Test Questions- Released test questions from the 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008 California Standards Tests (CSTs).
- Graph Paper- Free online graph paper and grid paper pdf.
- Graph and Other Paper - Need a pentagonal pyramid that's six inches tall? Or a number line that goes from ‑18 to 32 by 5's? Or a set of pattern blocks where all shapes have one-inch sides? You can create all those things and more with the Dynamic Paper tool. Place the images you want, then export it as a PDF activity sheet for your students or as a JPEG image for use in other applications or on the web.
- Mathwire.com: Template Library- See Active Participation: Using Math Templates for more information about using templates: to increase student participation in math lesson and to assess student proficiency and mathematical understanding of concepts and skills.
- Problems with a Point- In addition to seven familiar areas—number, geometry and measurement, algebra and functions, statistics and probability, discrete math, trigonometry, and calculus—there are three included that are less often identified as "areas" in the curriculum: topology; "math without math"; and logic, axiomatic systems, and foundations.
- AAA Math- AAA Math features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth grade level) enables learning or review to occur at each individual's current level. Immediate feedback prevents practicing and learning incorrect methods, which is a common result of traditional homework and worksheets. Practice can continue as long as desired in a non-threatening format which helps build self-esteem and confidence. The lessons from the web site are available on the CD. The CD runs on Windows and Macintosh computers and you do not need to be connected to the internet to use the lessons. This is a feature that is desired by many parents of young students. There are no advertisements on the CD. The CD is also available in a Spanish language version.
- Cool Math- Designed to help frustrated students who hate math and students who love math. This resource has lessons, games, applets, dictionaries, and so much more to help students in pre-algebra to calculus learn math in a fun and engaging way.
- Math Warehouse- This resource is a glossary of math topics for multiple grades with an emphasis on Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry.
- myTestBook.com- This resource generates worksheets for grade levels 1-8 for math, science, and language arts. It also provides online practice tests for the students.
- Math Playground - This resource can be used by teachers to create worksheets, puzzles, etc for math. The teacher can also do demonstrations with Pattern Blocks, Geoboards, Fraction Strips, spinners and much more. Students can use this site in class or at home to practice math operations, finding percents, solving one- and two-step equations and more. Videos are also included for how to solve a variety of problems.
- Graphing Calculator -
This resource allows you to graph polynomial equations and basic trigonometric functions, plot points, and view three-dimenional solids or surfaces.

Title2003 through 2008 CST Released Test Questions URLhttp://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg/sr/css05rtq.asp Materials neededAdobe software Learning ObjectivesLearning objectives based on subject and problem selection.

Grade LevelsAll CA StandardsCovers multiple standards from the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools. How could you use this resource?This resource can be used by students to help practice for the CST test for all subjects. The teacher can use this resource to plan activities using CST released test questions so students are exposed to the types of questions asked and how the questions are asked. EL and Special NeedsThis resource helps students know what is expected of them when taking the CST. Lesson PlansTeacher CommentsCostFree Copyright(c) California Department of Education

TitleGraph Paper URLhttp://incompetech.com/graphpaper/ Materials neededAdobe software Learning Objectivesnone

Grade LevelsAll CA StandardsCovers multiple standards from the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools. How could you use this resource?Students can use this resource for homework or any other activity requiring graph paper or specialty graph paper. Teachers can use the specialty paper in lessons or demonstrations based on the lesson. The resource is fairly easy to use once you find the correct link to the paper. There are many ad links on the site which may be confusing since they are titled graph paper. EL and Special NeedsAllows students to graph concepts in a more precise way instead of drawing free hand graphs. Lesson PlansTeacher CommentsCostFree Copyright(c) 1998

TitleGraph and Other Paper URLhttp://illuminations.nctm.org/ActivityDetail.aspx?ID=205 Materials neededAdobe software

JPEG viewing softwareLearning Objectivesnone

Grade LevelsAll CA StandardsCovers multiple standards from the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools. How could you use this resource?Students can use this resource to help with shapes, graphing, number lines, and more. The teacher can use this resource for making worksheets, shape cut outs, grids, spinners, and other hands on material for lessons. The resource is extremely easy to use. EL and Special NeedsAllows for a concrete, hands on method for teaching or using concepts. Lesson PlansTeacher CommentsCostFree Copyright(c) 2000-2010 NCTM

TitleMathwire.com: Template Library URLhttp://www.mathwire.com/templates/templatelibrary.html#number Materials neededAdobe software Learning ObjectivesEach template has its own learning objectives.

Grade LevelsAll CA StandardsCovers multiple standards from the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools. How could you use this resource?Students can use the templates at home once the assignment has been given and the students are aware of what to do with the template. Teachers can use the activities as an activity in any way they see necessary. The resources are fairly easy to use if the teacher is aware of how to use them. Some templates do not give a description as to what to use the template for. EL and Special NeedsMany of these templates are hands on activities that will help EL students who may not have understood the initial lesson. The templates given can be used in groups as well. The templates give freedom to the teacher as to how they would like to implement them into their lesson and can therefore be modified to address EL needs. Lesson PlansTeacher CommentsCostFree Copyright(c) 2006-2010

TitleProblems with a Point URLhttp://www2.edc.org/mathproblems/searchTopic.asp Materials neededAdobe software

JPEG viewing softwareLearning ObjectivesMultiple learning objectives based on subtopic and resource.

Grade LevelsThe topics cover multiple grade levels. CA StandardsCovers multiple standards from the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools. How could you use this resource?This resource could be used by teachers to find worksheets and problems to use as an activity or on a test. This resource can be viewed on the web or can be printed as a PDF. EL and Special NeedsDifferentiation for EL students and special needs students can be determined by the teacher. Lesson PlansTeacher CommentsCostFree Copyright©2003 Education Development Center, Inc (EDC).

TitleAAA Math URLhttp://www.aaamath.com/ Materials neededJava Script Learning ObjectivesMultiple learning objectives based on subtopic and resource.

Grade LevelsThe topics cover K-8 grade levels. CA StandardsCovers multiple standards from the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools. How could you use this resource?This resource can be used by students as practice for a variety of concepts. It could also be used by the teacher as a demonstration, introduction, or activity in a lesson. EL and Special NeedsDifferentiation for EL students and special needs students can be determined by the teacher. Lesson PlansTeacher CommentsCostFree Copyright2009 J. Banfill©

TitleCool Math URLhttp://www.coolmath.com/ Materials neededComputer with high speed internet

Java Script

Adobe Flash PlayerLearning ObjectivesMultiple learning objectives based on subtopic and resource.

Grade LevelsThe topics cover 7-12 grade levels. CA StandardsCovers multiple standards from the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools. How could you use this resource?This resource can be used by students as introduction,

practice, review, and tutorial for multiple mathematical concepts

from grades 7-12. This resource has fun, colorful pages to help

engage students as well as make steps and procedures more

understandable by the use of color-coding. Teachers can

use this resource for lessons, as review,

or practice for students during class.EL and Special NeedsThis resource is colorful and helps EL students and special needs

students better comprehend mathematical concepts through

use of color, games, puzzles, dictionaries, and so much more.Lesson PlansTeacher CommentsCostFree Copyright1997-2010 Coolmath.com, Inc.©

TitleMath Warehouse URLhttp://www.mathwarehouse.com/site-map.php Materials neededComputer with high speed internet

Java Script

Adobe Flash Player

Adobe ReaderLearning ObjectivesMultiple learning objectives based on subtopic and resource.

Grade LevelsThe topics cover multiple grade levels including Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry. CA StandardsCovers multiple standards from the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools. How could you use this resource?Students can use this resource at home and in a lab by working on the interactive math activities and lessons. These lessons are done on the computer but there are worksheets the teacher can print and give them to the students to take home and do. There are also online calculators the student can use as well as practice problems for each topic. I think teachers can use this site in a variety of ways. The teacher can print activities that the students can do as a group, the site can be used as a demonstration because there are many interactive resources, and the teacher can integrate this into the introduction lesson because there are definitions with examples to go along with it. The resource is moderately easy to use. The only problem I had was that because there are so many links for each topic and the links are in a smaller font than normal it would become hard to navigate because I'd mistake the link for just plain text. Then I realized that almost all the link pages on this resources are colored turquoise.

EL and Special NeedsThis site addresses the needs of EL students because each subtopic within the course is defined. The teachers can modify the site by making the activities into group work and lessons can even be printed and given to the students. Each practice problem provides extra instruction if the student can't solve it.

Lesson PlansTeacher CommentsCostFree CopyrightNot available on web site.

TitlemyTestBook.com URLhttp://www.mytestbook.com/ Materials neededComputer with high speed internet

Internet Explorer

Java Script

Adobe ReaderLearning ObjectivesMultiple learning objectives based on subtopic and resource.

Grade LevelsThe topics cover grade levels 1-8. CA StandardsCovers multiple standards from the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools. How could you use this resource?This resource can use be used to generate worksheets for specific grade levels or by topic. Also provides online practice tests students can use.

EL and Special NeedsDifferentiation to be determined by teacher.

Lesson PlansTeacher CommentsCostFree Copyright2005-2008, myTestBook.com©

TitleMath Playground URLhttp://www.mathplayground.com/index.html Materials neededJAVA Learning ObjectivesLearning objectives based on subject and problem selection.

Grade LevelsAll CA StandardsCovers multiple standards from the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools. How could you use this resource?This resource can be used by teachers to create worksheets, puzzles, etc for math. The teacher can also do demonstrations with Pattern Blocks, Geoboards, Fraction Strips, spinners and much more. Students can use this site in class or at home to practice math operations, finding percents, solving one- and two-step equations and more. Videos are also included for how to solve a variety of problems.

The site is easy to use and navigate.

EL and Special NeedsThis site allows the teacher to differentiate problems by difficulty level when creating worksheets. Lesson PlansTeacher CommentsCostFree Copyright(c) MathPlayground.com

TitleGraphing Calculator URLhttp://webgraphing.com/ Materials neededJAVA Learning ObjectivesLearning objectives based on subject and problem selection.

Grade LevelsAll CA StandardsCovers multiple standards from the Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools. How could you use this resource?This resource allows you to graph polynomial equations and basic trigonometric functions, plot points, and view three-dimenional solids or surfaces.

EL and Special NeedsDifferentiation to be determined by the teacher. Lesson PlansTeacher CommentsCostFree Copyright(c) 2004-2012 WebGraphing.com

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