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Math Advantage – Harcourt School Publishers


Multi-Math Glossary of terms and examples.  Need to know what a term means or want to see an example, this is an excellent resource!


  • Figure This


    Math challenges for middle school students, available in English and Spanish, and includes a family and teacher corner.

  • Algebra Solutions


    To find a solution, enter your math problem(s) and click on Submit for automated step-by-step solution.

    To practice, click on Practice then Submit for automated step-by-step solution and answer.

    For a quick review of the subject, click on Mini-Lessons. GoMaths Mini-Lessons will guide you through the topics with graphics and examples. For additional practice off-line, click on Worksheet. All worksheet are in printable format.

  • Math Advantage -- Harcourt Series


    Click on the grade level you would like and try out some of these fun and reinforcing skills that you are learning in class!

  • Create a Graph


    Graphs and charts are great because they communicate information visually. For this reason, graphs are often used in newspapers, magazines and businesses around the world.

    NCES constantly uses graphs and charts in our publications and on the web. Sometimes, complicated information is difficult to understand and needs an illustration. Graphs or charts can help impress people by getting your point across quickly and visually.

    Here you will find five different graphs and charts for you to consider.

  • Mad Minute Math


    Students can go into the site, click on the facts they need to practice and do a "timed test" online.

  • Just for Fun


    Plays 20 questions with artificial intelligence.  It's tough to stump this program.

  • Education Place Brain Teasers


    SKILLS: Critical Thinking
    This website deals with problems of the week at a variety of levels.

  • Math Challenge


    SKILLS: Critical Thinking
    These website deals with problems of the week at a variety of levels.

  • Math Forum


    All Units and Skills:  Go to Mathematics.  There are a variety of skills listed.  Click on the one you want to work on.  Early Mathreviews a lot of basic skill.

  • Fun Brain


    Many interactive games -  Go to Math Brain (a good one). For order of operations practice, go to Classic Fun Brain and play Operating Order.  For skill review, playPower Football and Soccer Shoot Out.  For working with integers, play Line Jumper. Plus many more!



    Various lessons and explanations of different math concepts.

    AAA Math

    Interactive arithmetic lessons.

    APlus Math

    Helps students improve math skills interactively.

  • Last Modified on September 17, 2014