**National Library of Virtual
Manipulatives for Interactive Mathematics**

v http://matti.usu.edu/nlvm/nav/vlibrary.html

Java Runtime Environment (JRE) for Windows (latest version 1.4) from SUN
Microsysytems:

v http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4/download.html

**JavaBars 5.0 from Dr.
Olive's Web Page:**

**Logo for Windows machines **

v **MSWLogo free download:**
http://www.softronix.com/logo.html

v A Primary School
in England using MSWLogo:
http://www.ambleside.schoolzone.co.uk/ambleweb/logo/mswintro.htm

**The Geometer's Sketchpad
Web site:**

v
http://www.keypress.com/sketchpad/

**Entry site for SimCalc's
Java MathWorlds:**

v
http://www.simcalc.umassd.edu/NewWebsite/simcalcframe.html
(scroll down for link to download a version for your machine)

**
Computer Software** from TERC [
http://www.terc.edu/investigations/resources/html/CompSoftware.html
]

v
Logical Journey of
the Zoombinis: computer game with mathematical puzzles [
http://www.terc.edu/TEMPLATE/products/item.cfm?ProductID=33
]

v
Yoiks: comuter game
with logical reasoning and mathematical puzzles [
http://www.terc.edu/TEMPLATE/Products/item.cfm?ProductID=1
]

**NRICH mathematics entertainment
club** [
http://nrich.maths.org
]

v
L-ateral Thinking:
Geometric game with flipping and rotating L-shape [available at
http://nrich.maths.org/mathsf/journalf/may02/game1/index.html
]

Note from JO:
I had trouble with this applet running through Netscape 6.
It would not let me drop my l-shaped piece down.
I could move it, flip it and rotate it but could not release
it!

v
Got It!: Adding game
for two with a goal number and a range of added numbers.
This game is recommended for both young children and upper
grade students. [available
at
http://nrich.maths.org/mathsf/journalf/dec01/game1/index.html
]

Note from JO:
Really good game for thinking ahead and developing number
strategies.

v
Makeover: Exchanging
the positions of two sets of counters [available at
http://nrich.maths.org/mathsf/journalf/sep01/game1/index.html
]

v
Pelmathism: Game to
match two card, three different types are available [available at
http://nrich.maths.org/mathsf/journalf/mar01/game1/index.html
]

v
Chocolate bar: Fraction
game to compare fractions.
It is highly recommended for understanding fractions.
[available at
http://nrich.maths.org/prime/mar02/games.htm
]

**Center for technology and teacher education**

v
MicroWorld Logo Activities:
This site provides activity guides with Logo. [available at
http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu/teacherlink/content/math/activities/microworlds.html
]

**Building Blocks Project at SUNY-Buffalo**
: http://www.gse.buffalo.edu/org/buildingblocks/index_2.htm