Probably the best blogs by maths teachers around the world

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  1. Thank you very much for including Math and Multimedia. As I have said to you in my email, I am currently writing my favorite post, and your blog is more than impressive enough, so I will include it. Please continue blogging. 🙂

  2. erlines says:

    You are making me blush. But, thank you. Like you, we all just want to do our bits for our students and fellow teachers.

  3. paul smith says:

    the problem withs maths blogs is that they can be structured easily. they tend to be an amorphous mass of maths. better strutured set of notes. and it is hard to ontegrate video without using youtube.

  4. Math for grades 3-5 that correlates with the new Core mathematics standards. Great hands-on fun and we invite the parents to join us on Fridays.

  5. Joseph Edgar says:

    I found that to make maths relevant to our young students nothing works best than board games requiring applications of newly acquired knowledge. The “relaxed” aspect of the game actually allows for a deeper understanding of concepts. “Making Maths More Fun” ( http://tinyurl.com/mgblwy9 ) is a good source of games for that.

  6. Dacia Myhre says:

    Hello-
    I am wondering if you think my site is worthy for your site. Would you let me know- this is my passion ! http://www.math-games-and-activities-at-home.com

  7. Hello,
    I am the creator of http://www.kidsmathtv.com and recently I launched a FREE math games section from Pre – K to 7th Grades. Wondering if you would be interested in adding a link to it. http://www.kidsmathtv.com/math-games/
    Thanks

  8. True ! it is key to keep math very simple, easy to understand .. Nice Post

  9. Kelly Marze says:

    What is the common denominator to find the sum of these fractions
    4 5/14 + 1 19/22+ 9 3/10

  10. kawsar ahmed says:

    It is very good post for all person. My same blog site is -<http://online-math-academy.blogspot.com/

  11. Marie says:

    I am looking for blogs where teachers of mathematics share their collaborative efforts to work and learn together. Have you come across anything like this?

  12. Nitish Nayak says:

    Thanks a lot for providing these helpful links. As a parent of young kids, I am always in search of some good mathematics learning resources. For math book reference I check Cambridge University Press India, but besides this I was also looking for some interesting blogs offering suggestions for the parents. And you have solved my problem.

    Thanks again for your hard work that saved my efforts on the search of some useful blogs on math learning.

  13. Thank you for your blog. I am always interested in searching for mathematics blogs as I am myself a maths teacher and love to connect with other teachers.

  14. Jon Malgradi says:

    My 7th grade Pre Algebra students seem to lack in their attention span when working in partner activity settings. We use laptops 3x a week on Khan Academy, I also go to http://www.adaptiveminds.com but I’m looking for more ideas on how to create math activities that will engage my students and keep them interested. Any suggestions or additional sites would be greatly appreciated.

  15. Shalini Sinha says:

    Mathematics is always interesting and fascinating topics. Without Mathematics we can not image what will be the world. Nice blog from you sir. Keep blogging.

  16. Algebra4Kids says:

    Try this website http://www.algebraforchildren.com which helps users to play with Algebra Activities For Kids, Games, Worksheets, Quizzes, algebra skills for children in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th grades.

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