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Here are some good maths (related) websites - click on the pictures to open:
Math-monday from the US contains some amazing ideas! They are devised by George Hart (see link on the right)
George Hart's website is truly amazing and full of ideas and explanations. He is chief of content at the Museum of Maths.
'proof maths is beautiful' is a blog full of amazing facts and images
More amazing science/maths images and ideas in this blog
Bridges makes the link between maths and art
Vi Hart has loads of interesting things on her website
the math games area of this site is excellent, as are the publications
QEDcat is full of really interesting ideas such as 'mathsmasters' (including some great quizzes) and 'mathsnacks' posters
Gwen Fisher makes amazing mathematical bead designs - and sells kits so you can make them yourself!
more beads - this time it's buckyballs!
excellent blog and resources for interesting maths ideas
Chris Palmer makes some excellent folding designs using fabric
Matheminutes contains some really interesting maths facts - one blog per day!
this website is excellent and the book is even better! search for 'how round is your circle' on youtube.
James Tanton's youtube channel is full of interesting videos
This is Zachary Abel's excellent blog... you should also look at his sculptures made from office equipment!
Steven Strogatz writes excellent articles in the NY Times called Elements of Math
Mathfour is an excellent website on maths teaching strategies
Julia Collins is haggis the sheep, has an excellent blog and tweets lots of interesting things as haggismaths
Girlsangle is a maths club for girls - it has an interesting journal and lots of good videos on youtube
more or less is a radio 4 mathematics program
math puzzle has so many puzzles and interesting information. there are many possible lesson ideas in here
education-interactive is a great maths shop
The Maths Zone is a blog for maths teachers and students
so many interesting articles and ideas here
a superb teaching website
so many fun mazes that can be done online, or walk through them with students!
loads of great resources in the eLibrary, including all the SMILE cards
this is our A level maths students' facebook page
i often use the CIMT resources, especially at A level
the ATM produce some great publications, including the excellent MT magazine...
...as do the Maths Association