## How to link to my mathematical games |

## One Simple RuleMany teachers find it easier to create a web page of their own, and link to several of my math games individually from that. To me, that makes the most sense. Feel free to do so. That way, you can decide to only include the puzzles or interactive resources that are appropriate to your students, and add any additional information they might find useful. ## What to AddA link to the Frogs Puzzle might look like this: <a href="http://www.hellam.net/maths2000/frogs.html"> The Frogs Puzzle</a> Can you move the frogs from one end of the pond to the other? A mathematics investigation based on a traditional puzzle The Frogs Puzzle Can you move the frogs from one end of the pond to the other? A mathematics investigation based on a traditional puzzle
## Further guidelines
You may also find it useful to have a link open in a new page. You can do this by adding <a href="http://www.hellam.net/maths2000/frogs.html" target="_blank" title="Frogs Puzzle - Math Game> The Frogs Puzzle</a> Can you move the frogs from one end of the pond to the other? A mathematics investigation based on a traditional puzzle The Frogs Puzzle Can you move the frogs from one end of the pond to the other? A mathematics investigation based on a traditional puzzle ## School IntranetsI'm sometimes asked if I have any objection to a school 'whacking' some of my games onto their local intranet. Typically from schools in poorer, less-developed countries where internet access is expensive and unreliable. I have no problem at all with my games being used in this manner - although, obviously, some of them may not work properly if you try to do this. ## Movie SizeSometimes I get the odd email from a disappointed teacher who has a high resolution VGA projector, and is naturally disappointed that the default size of my interactivities looks a little bit small and off-centre. If that's you, then why not try linking straight to the flashfile itself. Like this: Fraction Shading Puzzle ## Sample LinksFor those of you who would like to add links to some of my puzzles to your site, but are not sure about how to do it. Here's a handy little tool to help you:## ScreenshotsIf you need to use screenshots to illustrate a link, you may do so: for example: ## Banners, buttons and logosWhen I get the time, I'll come up with some banners and buttons you could use to link if you prefer. |

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## Math Games |

My latest mathematical site is the math gamesproject. Feel free to visit any time from October 2004 onwards. |