When new people come to Coolmath, they
usually say something like, "Wow, there's so much here, I don't even
know where to start."
So, here is my chance to give you an
overview of what we have at Coolmath and how you can use it!
First of all, you can navigate to all of
our sites, lessons, games and activities by just going to
site's homepage is a portal to all of our sites and to everything we
We have several sites that are all
interconnected, so, as you navigate around, you might end up
visiting more than one site without really knowing it! You can
always look up at the top of the page to see where you are at.
We have two main math lesson sites:
If you are looking for math help, this is
where you'll want to go. At the top of each page, you'll find
a link for lessons. You'll also see links for practice
Coolmath.com for ages 13 and
(topics from fractions and
Pre-algebra up through a preview to Calculus)
ages up to 13
(topics from 1+1 Arithmetic
We have two game sites:
(math and thinking games)
(recess for your brain)
If you are looking for a fun way to
motivate your kids so they start to see that math can be fun,
definitely visit Coolmath-Games.com. Play some games!
Before they know it, they'll be thinking and figuring stuff out...
and this will help their math skills and make them less afraid of
math. As a parent once told me in an email, "No more tears at
We also have a few site with other topics:
(science lessons, games and apps
for kids and teens)
(teaches about the math of money
and personal finance for tweens to grown-ups)
(teaches how to not be stressed
out and offers relaxation techniques
to help students get through school)
And we also have the site you are on now:
To learn more about our lessons, our math
practice activities and our games, please follow the blue links at
the top of this page!
By the way, I get a handful of emails each
year from grown-ups saying that the site is too bright and hurts
their eyes or that the trailing-mouse numbers are annoying...
and my answer is that kids love those things!! I've made the
sites for them, so I plan on keeping things the way they are.
If the bright colors do hurt your eyes though, you can just lower
the brightness on your computer's monitor. There's usually an
option to do that in the function keys on your keyboard. And,
if you have a cat, I'll be she'll like the bouncing numbers too!