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Free Mentoring Opportunities
Puzzle of the Day: HexaTrex
B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper


Free Mentoring Opportunities
http://mathforum.org/pow/
Mentor groups will be providing feedback to submitters in Problems of the Week over the next several weeks:
 Math Fundamentals from April 23 through June 3
 Geometry from April 30 through May 13
 Algebra from May 21 through June 3
Please have your students submit solutions. If they receive replies from a mentor, we hope you'll encourage them to revise. Not only will your students learn more, but the mentors will learn as well!
How to Use Free Mentoring
http://mathforum.org/pow/free_mentoring.html
Help your students make the most of the mentoring experience.
Trial Class Account
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Free 21 day access to Current Problems of the Week and the Problems of the Week Library.
Puzzle of the Day: HexaTrex
http://nucleuslearning.com/products/hexatrex/puzzles/
Bogusia Gierus offers a daily HexaTrex math puzzle targeted for children ages 8 and up. Using hexagonal tiles, players create math equalities, and compete with one another to find the longest and the most equalities.
B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper
http://www.bjpinchbeck.com/
In 1996, when he was age 10, B.J. began compiling (with his father's help) links to educational websites. The site grew to include hundreds of sites that help students with their homework.
Recently relaunched, the site's math section is organized under these topics:
 General Math
 Algebra
 Calculus
 Elementary Level Math
 Geometry
 Trigonometry
 Math Tables, Definitions and Other Cool Stuff


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