Warm ups for math workouts

January 9, 2010 at 8:27 pm

Gymnasium for Brain by Sitalakshmi Seshadrinathan; 2005; http://www.gymnasiumforbrain.com/.

This site includes “warm up” puzzles to get the brain ready to do math exercises.  Math puzzles and directions for math activities are also included.  The homepage isn’t terribly attractive, but the exercises are valuable math tools.

I don’t think children will select this site on their own, but it would be a valuable tool for teachers and homeschoolers.  In addition, I would include it on the children’s homework help page on the library’s website.


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