Study Island can be accessed by entering Students will use their assigned usernames and passwords. This page is designed for students, parents, and teachers to aid in the learning, understanding, and enjoyment of mathematics. The internet contains wonderful resources but without guidance, can be hard to find. Thus this is a collection of annotated links to some good mathematics sites. Also each annotation includes possible grade levels and target audience(s) of the site. You're invited to scroll through the listing below and explore those that may be of interest to you. A disclaimer must be made: these are links to independently developed web sites. Some are individually created and others are commercially or academically sponsored sites. We have obtained permission from all to link but without endorsement  by Miamisburg City Schools. With this in mind you are free to use at your own risk. Feedback via e-mail link given below the listing as to problems, usefulness, and broken links is welcome and appreciated. And we certainly would welcome suggestions for other useful sites we may have not have listed below. Thanks for visiting!!

What Good is Math? This site provides some real world examples of how math is used everyday. It has won several awards and could be used by students, parents, and teachers from upper elementary through high school.

AAAMath This site has LOTS of interactive practice and explanations of basic math skills for the  K - 8 curriculum. It would be useful for students needing extra practice or additional explanations. There are also links for parents and teachers on the site.

A Math Refresher This site explains and reviews the basics of Algebra and Trigonometry. Located on the NASA site, the links do a good job of explaining some the necessary concepts to understanding these high school courses. This site uses some of the latest technology that provides interactive lessons, calculators, and worksheets to aid in the learning and understanding of Algebra.

The Learning Network FunBrain Change Maker This is a game where students can make change in the currency of the world. It is part of The Learning Network's FunBrain sites. The most appropriate age level is probably upper elementary. An extremely interesting site to get kids (and adults!) excited about math. Many interactive demonstrations and activities are displayed mostly for junior and or high school students. 4 Kids Here are some fun activities which teach math concepts to as young as 3 through elementary grade school students.

Education World's Math Center This site is designed for high school math educators and has many links to standards, lessons, and resources to use in the classroom. However there are also links for Parents and Students seeking homework help.

Figure This! Math Challenges for Families The National Science Foundation and National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (among others) sponsored this site geared toward interesting interesting math challenges that middle-school students can do at home with their families.

Helping Your Child Learn Mathematics This is a government publication with information and activities that can be used with elementary school children to aid in their understanding and use of mathematics.

A+ Math This web site was developed to help students improve their math skills interactively. The level of the activities appears to be for upper elementary and junior high students.

Professor Freedman's Math Help This site provides information about basic math, algebra, study skills, math anxiety and learning styles. Although designed for young adults it contains many useful links for high school students.

Helpful Math Links This site is provided by Dr. Freedman and contains many links to educational math sites for students, parents, and teachers.

MATHLETICS  The application of math to sports is explored by this site.

QuickMath "QuickMath is an automated service for answering common math problems over the internet. Think of it as an online calculator that solves equations and does all sorts of algebra and calculus problems - instantly and automatically! When you submit a question to QuickMath, it is processed by Mathematica, the largest and most powerful computer algebra package available today. The answer is then sent back to you and displayed right there on your browser, usually within a couple of seconds. Best of all, QuickMath is 100% free!" (Quoted from site)

S.O.S. Mathematics This site contains review material from Algebra to Differential Equations and is useful for high school, college, and adult learners.

Shape and Space in Geometry The Annenberg/CPB Math and Science Project explores these Geometry topics through lab activities.

The Math Forum Home Page This site is sponsored by Drexel University and has links of interest to all math students, parents, and teachers.

Discover School's WebMath This site, sponsored by the Discover Channel offers homework help to all grade levels and links of interest to teachers and parents.

Geometry Through Art A Math Forum site with some useful links to help connect geometry and art for elementary and middle school students.

Tessellation Tutorials Another Math Forum geometry site with good examples, links, and aids to understanding the geometry of tessellations