### National Online Manipulative Library

This site lets you move positive and negative color chips to create zero pairs. This will help you understand what happens when you subtract using negative numbers.

### Shodor

Solve random algebraic and linear equations as you race the clock.

### Florida State University

See a great example of how exponents can be used to show extremely large or small numbers. Click the "manual" button to move at your own speed.

This site lits a variety of online practice sites organized by skill.

### Fun Brain

Play tic tac toe against the computer as you practice your these skills. This will help your I Have Who Has game skills.

### AAA Math

Convert decimals to scientific notation

### Learn Alberta

These sites are wonderful for practicing many middle school skills.

### AAA Math

Convert from scientific notation to standard numbers.

### Free Math Help

This site offers lessons on a large number of math A, B and IM topics.

### National Gallery of Online Manipulatives

This site offers a great way for you to manipulate positive and negative chips in order to remove zero pairs. The colors of the chips are different than in the math book, but the concepts are the same.

### Mrs. Glosser's Math Goodies

Explanation and practice with adding positive and negative integers.

### Mrs. Glosser's Math Goodies

Explanations, examples, and self checking problems to help you understand basic integers.

### AAA Math

A good site for practice.

### Go Math

This site will let you type in your problems, solve, and check. A great way to check homework problems.

### Skymark

This site has good explanations.

### Mrs. Glossar's Math Goodies

This site will explain how to subtract integers and give opportunities for interactive practice.

### Math is Fun

This is one version of the anchor game introduced in class.

### Math.com

In the top three lessons, Solving Division, Two Step Equations & Inequalities, and Writing Inequalities, you'll be able to work through three levels of explanations and practice.

Use the sites listed under 8-1 A and B, 8-4, and 8-5 to help with Unit 2 skills.

### AAA Math

Convert decimals to scientific notation.

### Regents

This site will give you practice with a variety of scientific notation problems. You might want to have a pencil and paper handy.

Solve addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems using positive and negative integers to uncover a picture.

### Math Goodies

Practice the free adding, subtracting, and the challenge with integers.

### AAA Math

Convert standard numbers to scientific notation.

### Algebra Help

This site has it all, a great format, and is interactive with step by step directions for when you get stuck.

This is another good site for practicing scientific notation.

### PBS

Learn about scatter plots on this site. Don't worry about creating an equation for the plot. You'll learn this in high school!

### Free Math Help

For video lessons explaining Distributive Property, Exponents, Integers, Solving Inequalities, and Square Roots, scroll down to the Video Lessons section, and click on the topic.

### Purple Math

This links to many algebra topics. It has quite a bit of helpful stuff for A and B, but it will also hook you up as you progress into your middle and high school coursework.

### Mrs. Glossar's Math Goodies

If you've forgotten about mode, mean, median, and range, practice here before you start lesson 4-5 on measures of variation.

### AAA Math

Compare integers using absolute value.

### National Gallery of Online Manipulatives

This site gives you an excellent visual representation of what it looks like when you make changes to balance an equation. Negatives are included.

### Shodor

This site allows you to see how changing variables affects a Box and Whisker Plot

### National Library of Virtual Manipulatvies.

### Cool Math

This great site sent to me by Ms. von Schwarz is great for practicing inequalities. It generates problems for you to work, then lets you check the answer.

### Brainchild

Test your skills of Math B concepts by taking this quiz. Be aware that it's not easy!

This site lets you travel from the far reaches of space to the quarks in the atoms of a maple leaf to demonstrate the magnitude of exponents. You can set the movie to allow you to self move the pictures. Be sure to note the titles at the top.

Use this site to find practice for all types of math skills.

### Mrs. Glosser's Math Goodies

This site gives you practice with integers in real life situations.

### Home School Math

This is actually a teacher site, but it has good explanations, examples, and links at the bottom of the page for more info.

### AAA Math

More practice with converting standard numbers to scientific notation.

### SuperKids

This site will allow you to create your own worksheet with positive and negative integers.

### Quia

Play a fun game to practice challenge equation skills.

### That Quiz

This is a completely free site that allows you to create classes and generate reports. There are several quizzes available with Spanish translations.

### Quizville

Race the clock to test your skills with adding and subtracting negative numbers. Remember that Quizville quizzes can have problems on some computers.

### Algebra Help

These problems are a great way to get a mental workout with both positive and negative integers.