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Welcome to the Math Salamanders Free Math Help Online.

Here you will find a range of free math help strategies, formulas and videos to help your child overcome their math problems.

Help pages include free fraction help, place value help, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division help, also free geometry and Measures help.

This page contains links to other Math webpages where you will find a range of activities and resources.

Each webpage has a short description of what the page is about and the math learning it covers.

If you cannot find what you are looking for, try searching the site using the Google search box on the right hand side on this page.

Here you will find a range of online help strategies from videos and conversion charts to online math support pages and practice math worksheets.

Is your child stuck with a particular area or concept and you are looking for help?

Do you want to support your child with their math work and not know where to start?

Looking for some supportive advice and help?

Come to our friendly math help pages - there is a different page for each grade!

On this page you will find some help and advice about buying Math Tutor software.

When considering which software to purchase, there are many considerations to take into account, and this webpage will hopefully help you to choose software that will meet your needs.

There are also several examples of what sort of software is avaible, including both paid and free software.

If you are looking for an online Math Tutor, have a look at our top tips to make sure that you are getting the best deal for you and your child!

There are many great math tutors around who can ensure that your child overcomes their barriers and makes great progress with their math learning.

If you are looking for help and support in learning your Math facts, then these pages are for you.

There are free math games, math flashcards and other math activities to support your child in learning their facts.

Do you need help understanding what the PEMDAS rule is all about?

Take a look at these support pages to help your child learn about the order of operations.

Looking for support with Addition?

Here you will find our Addition support pages and videos to help you understand how to add together columns of numbers.

Seeking Subtraction support?

Here you will find our Subtraction support pages and videos to help you understand how to subtract one column of numbers from another.

Need help with your multiplication?

Here you will find our Multiplication support pages and videos to help you understand how to multiply one column of numbers by another.

Looking for free division help?

Here you will find our Division support pages and videos to help you understand how to divide one columns of numbers by up to two digits.

Stuck on equivalent fractions?

Need help adding and subtracting fractions?

Trying to convert different fractions to decimals or percentages?

Stuck multiplying or dividing fractions?

Take a look at this fraction support page - all the help you need to do with fractions is here!

Alternatively, use our Free Fraction Calculator to help you answer your fraction problems!

Need help understanding decimals?

Looking for free math help online for decimals?

Trying to convert decimals into fractions or percentages?

Use the links below to for instant math support.

Is your child struggling with percentages?

The support pages below will help your child to work out percentages of different numbers, as well as converting percentages to fractions or decimals.

Do you need to find out exactly what a shape looks like?

Need to know some tricky geometry formula?

Trying to find out the properties a 2d or 3d shape has?

Use the links below to help you work them out!

Do you need free math help online converting measures from one unit to another?

Do you want to convert celcius to fahrenheit?

Standard to metric units?

Use the links below to help solve your problems.

If you have a specific math problem, or if you are looking for free math help online that you cannot find here, you could always try going to the online Math forum at Drexel and asking Dr. Math your question.

You will also find many hundreds of math questions already answered, though you can still ask your own if your question is not there!

If you want to learn more about educational theory behind good mathematics teaching and learning, then take a look at the youcubed site by Stanford University.

There is a selection of online Maths courses to participate in, research about how children learn math and some resources for you to use in class.

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The Math Salamanders hope you enjoy using these free printable Math worksheets and all our other Math games and resources.

We welcome any comments about our site or worksheets on the Facebook comments box at the bottom of every page.

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Are you more than a million minutes old?

Find out how old you are to the nearest second!

Looking for some fun printable math games?

We have some great games for you to play in our Math Games e-books!

Have a look at some of our most popular pages to see different Math activities and ideas you could use with your child

- Reverse Percentage Calculator
- List of Geometric Shapes
- Equivalent Fractions
- 3d Geometric Shapes
- Perimeter Worksheets

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