- Count Us In Games: Games designed to help homeschool children understand basic number concepts.
- Soft Schools: Counting worksheets and online practice
- Create a Graph: Want to make a graph? You've come to the right place, create one now!
- Cyberchase: A whole website dedicated to fun online games.
- Cynthia Lanius' Lessons- Geometry Online: On this page you will find activities for middle and high school gemometry.
- Dan's Math 4 Kids: Finding math in the world, puzzle problems, lesson plans for homeschoolers, and more.
- Dates in Roman Numeral Form: A list of dates and years in roman numerals.
- Dictionary of Number Words: A dictionary of English language words, phrases, prefixes, and symbols that describe numbers.
- Dips: Cool counting games.
- Fact Finder Kids' Corner: Learn about the US census. Ever wonder how many people are in the world right now? Find out here.
- Figure This!: Math Challenges for homeschool Families.
- Figures and Polygons: A list of many figures and polygons.
- Funbrain.com: Lots of fun games, learn how to play. Homeschoolers fun time.
- GCSE Maths - Averages: All about averages and how to find them.
- GCSE Maths - Graphs: What are graphs and how do you read one?
- GCSE Maths - Trigonometry: The introductions to learning trigonometry. Great for homeschool lessons.
- Geometria: Plane figures, solid figures, what are they?
- Geometry: Basic geometry. Lessons for a homeschooler.
- Grab the Basics to Quadratic Equations: Solving quadratic equations, don't let them get you down.
- Graph Paper: Save money and print graph paper from your computer. Ideal for a homeschooler.
- How Many: A directory of units of measure.
- How Roman Numerals Work: This page explains how roman numerals work.
- S.O.S. Math - Trigonometry: Help with trigonometry, calculus, and hyperbolic trigonometry.
- Spaceship Builder: Play a game where you help create and build a spaceship!
- Statistics: Introduction and history of statistics and why they are used.
- Tables and Graphs: All different types of graphs, why and how we use them.
- Tangrams: Tangrams are seven-piece puzzles. Try one here.
- The Birthday Problem: A Short Lesson in Probability
- The Everlasting Pi: History of Pi, Pi songs and jokes and more.
- The History Of Calculus: Learn all about where calculus originated from.
- The Math Contests at The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth: The Problem of the Week contest and the Elementary Brain Teaser contest.
- The Mathsfile Game Show: Games, printables, homescool teachers and more.
- The Metagrobologist: What is magic? Puzzles, links and more.
- The Ruler Game: Play this game to learn how to read a ruler.