Great Math Materials

NRICH promotes the learning of mathematics through problem solving. NRICH provides engaging problems, linked to the curriculum, with support for teachers. (Grades K-12)

ThinkFun – Empowering through play. (Grades K -12)

Math For Love – Cool math problems that are beautiful and thought provoking. Favorite lessons and complex problems. (Grades K-6)

Wild Maths is mathematics without bounds. Visitors are free to roam and develop as mathematicians. (Grades K-12)

Alex Bellos’ Monday Puzzle (Grades 5-Adult) science/series/alex-bellos-monday-puzzle

expii – While a standard textbook cannot adapt to each individual learner, was created to do just that. (Grades 5-12) and

On the NY Times website, Numberplay generally presents mathematical and/or logical puzzles and problems. (Grades 5-Adult) strives to inspire a passion for learning. (Grades K-12)

Math Pickle – Gord Hamilton has a passion for getting students to realize that mathematics is beautiful. (Grades K-12)

Brilliant‘s problems are created by people all over the world. Members learn how to solve problems by engaging in a vibrant community. (Grades 2-Adult) is a website dedicated to the puzzling world of mathematics. (Grades 4-Adult)

Project Euler offers for free engaging computation problems that will require more than just mathematical insights to solve. (Grades 5-Adult)

Cut the Knot – Interactive mathematics miscellany and puzzles. (Grades 1-Adult)

Dan Meyer has created problems and videos to inspire students to solve problems. (Grades 4-12)

G4G’s Celebration of Mind features puzzles, games, magic tricks, and crafts. (Grades K-Adult)

Math Central is an award-winning website with investigations for teachers and students. (Grades 7-12)

Youcubed’s main goal is to inspire, educate, and empower teachers of mathematics, by providing accessible and practical materials. (Grades K-12)

Inside Mathematics – A resource for educators passionate about improving students’ mathematics learning and performance. (Grades K-12)

The Grabarchuk family produces puzzles for websites, mobile devices, and books. (Grades 4-12)

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