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This *By Subject* section lists math resources under their
subject heading. The Addition and Subtraction sections
include worksheets, tables, charts and flashcards. The Multiplication, Division, Fractions,
Decimals, Ratio & Proportion, Percentages,
and Geometry sections also have
tips to help you help your child work through the printable worksheets
that are listed under each of these subjects. There are also two newer sections; Algebra and Math Word Problems.

## Place ValueThe Place Value section includes help on Place Value, Comparing numbers, and Rounding. |

## MultiplicationYou'll find some handy, fun, multiplication games from the Multiplication page |
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## DivisionThere is help and guidance on the Teaching Division page as well as a list of divisibility rules. |
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## Telling TimeUnder Telling Time can be found lessons, activities, and worksheets to help students from kindergarten onwards with telling and writing time. Includes time to the hour and half hour and at five minute intervals. |

## FractionsThe Fractions section has a online fraction calculator, help with equivalent fractions, fraction games, and more |
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## DecimalsUnder Decimals you will get help with multiplying and dividing decimals and with converting decimals to fractions |
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## PercentageThere are illustrated examples of how to calculate percentage in the (you guessed it) Percentages section along with a handy online percentage calculator |
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## GeometryThe Geometry page provides links to geometry terms and definitions among other things |
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## AlgebraThe Pre-Algebra section is just getting started. For now there are illustrated examples showing how to solve simple equations and an introduction to bases and .exponents |
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## Word ProblemsAnother quite new section is the Math Word Problems one. There is help with multiplicative comparison and multi-step problems. There are also word problem worksheets. |

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