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Below you will find links to various sites that can help you and your child(ren) with math at home. These links are suggested resources, however due to the ever-changing nature of the internet DPS, Project RAMP, and/or the Shodor Education Foundation, Inc. cannot be responsible for their content. You will be visiting sites that are external to the RAMP web site. Please close the new window(s) to return to the RAMP web site.
  • How can I help my child become mathematically powerful?
  • NCDPI Instructional Services Division - Glossary of Mathematical Terms for Parents and Teachers
  • Math is Power

  • Math Forum: Problems of the Week
  • Figure This! Math Callenges for Families
  • Math and Science Activities to do With Your Children
  • Helping Your Child Learn Math
  • This is a booklet: How to help your child in math. It is published by the department of education. It is online here.

  • The Abacus

    A site containing a Java-abacus, the history of the abacus, and instructions for use. This is a good "math enrichment" site.

  • SureMath Algebra Story and Word Problems
  • A collection of simple Story Problems illustrating concept-based problem solving. These are typical of problems in high school textbooks and in a variety of competency tests. In some cases the "answer book" solutions are included.

  • Period.Com Puzzles
  • Puzzles to work at home.

  • The School Page - The MATH Page
  • This site contains links on how to help your child at home.

  • Parent Resources
  • Parent links and resources about helping girls in math.

  • Campbell-Kibler Associates, Inc.
  • Help for girls in math. This site contains brochures to download.

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