Ooh yes thanks for sharing that @Hermione, I think mathsisfun is very helpful too! I will add that to the Want More Math? topic – or if you like, actually, you can do that too
It reminded me of another website called coolmathgames (because we used to look at these websites in primary school) where the idea is you learn from playing games.
– wait now I just remembered another one from primary school – supermathsworld.com (woah memories... and its science counterpart superscienceworld.com with funky music and it may seem a bit simple, I find it fun) Although these sites have other non-maths focused games too but the games that incorporate maths and fun don't make it too much of a pain.
I'm gonna go grab links
Edit: now that I have them, im gonna pop over to the Want More Math topic
And woah that Fibonacci sequence trick in Pascal's triangle is so cool! I had heard others mention it but didn't know where it came out in the triangle