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Great Math Videos

  1. Vi Hart's Video Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/Vihart - Victoria Hart, commonly known as Vi Hart, is a self-described "recreational mathemusician" who is well known for creating mathematical videos on YouTube. –Wikipedia (Grades 4 - Adult)
  2. Numberphile is an educational YouTube channel featuring videos that explore topics from a variety of fields of mathematics. – Wikipedia (Grades 4 - Adult)
  3. 3Blue1Brown is a math YouTube channel created by Grant Sanderson. The channel focuses on higher mathematics with a distinct visual perspective. Topics covered include linear algebra, calculus, neural networks, the Riemann hypothesis, Fourier transform, quaternions and topology. –Wikipedia (Grades 8 - Adult) https://www.3blue1brown.com/ .

Great Math Materials

  1. NRICH promotes the learning of mathematics through problem solving. NRICH provides engaging problems, linked to the curriculum, with support for teachers. (Grades K-12) nrich.maths.org
  2. ThinkFun – Empowering through play. Games and puzzles available for purchase. (Grades K -12) thinkfun.com
  3. Math For Love – Cool math problems that are beautiful and thought provoking. Favorite lessons and complex problems. (Grades K-10) mathforlove.com/lesson-plan/
  4. Wild Maths is mathematics without bounds. Visitors are free to roam and develop as mathematicians. (Grades K-12) wild.maths.org
  5. Alex Bellos’ Monday Puzzle (Grades 5-Adult) theguardian.com/science/series/alex-bellos-monday-puzzle
  6. expii – While a standard textbook cannot adapt to each individual learner, expii.com was created to do just that. (Grades 5-12) expii.com/ and expii.com/solve
  7. On the NY Times website, Numberplay generally presents mathematical and/or logical puzzles and problems. (Grades 5-Adult) https://www.nytimes.com/column/numberplay
  8. Galileo.org strives to inspire a passion for learning. (Grades K-12) https://galileo.org/math-fairs/math-fair-problems/
  9. Math Pickle – Gord Hamilton has a passion for getting students to realize that mathematics is beautiful. (Grades K-12) mathpickle.com/
  10. Brilliant‘s problems are created by people all over the world. Members learn how to solve problems by engaging in a vibrant community. Fee to subscribe. (Grades 2-Adult) brilliant.org/
  11. MathsChallenge.net is a website dedicated to the puzzling world of mathematics. (Grades 4-Adult) mathschallenge.net/
  12. Project Euler offers for free engaging computation problems that will require more than just mathematical insights to solve. (Grades 5-Adult) projecteuler.net/
  13. Cut the Knot – Interactive mathematics miscellany and puzzles. (Grades 1-Adult) cut-the-knot.org/
  14. Dan Meyer has created problems and videos to inspire students to solve problems. (Grades 4-12) blog.mrmeyer.com/2011/the-three-acts-of-a-mathematical-story
  15. G4G’s Celebration of Mind features puzzles, games, magic tricks, and crafts. (Grades K-Adult) celebrationofmind.org/puzzles-games
  16. Math Central is an award-winning website with investigations for teachers and students. (Grades 7-12) mathcentral.uregina.ca/mp
  17. Youcubed’s main goal is to inspire, educate, and empower teachers of mathematics, by providing accessible and practical materials. (Grades K-12) youcubed.stanford.edu/tasks
  18. Inside Mathematics – A resource for educators passionate about improving students’ mathematics learning and performance. (Grades K-12) insidemathematics.org/
  19. The Grabarchuk family produces puzzles for websites, mobile devices, and books. (Grades 4-12) GrabarchukPuzzles.com
  20. Math With Bad Drawings - Orlin's ability to masterfully convey interesting and complex mathematical ideas through the whimsy of drawings (that, contrary to the suggestion of the title, are actually not that bad) is unparalleled. This is a great [website] that shows the beauty of mathematics as it relates to our world. This is a must [visit website] for anyone who ever thought math isn't fun, or doesn't apply to the world we live in!"―John Urschel, mathematician named to Forbes® "30 Under 30" list of outstanding young scientists and former NFL player https://mathwithbaddrawings.com/
  21. Geometiles - A screen-free activity for learning math and enhancing fine-motor skills. Building sets for purchase and a growing library of free resources at Geometiles.com.(Grades K-Adult)

Math Communities, an initiative of the American Institute of Mathematics, offers programs and resources for students, parents, and educators to play with math. (Grades K-12) Mathcommunities.org

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