Below are a list of blogs that I have found interesting, fun, helpful, and/or inspiring:
I started this page on 11/8 and plan to add to it over the next few weeks. Please message me if you want me to check out your blog and add it.
Blogs for all Things Math:
Abakcus.com – This is a great collection of DIY materials, articles, podcasts, and blogs that you can get lost in for days.
AMS Blog on Math Blogs – The AMS Blog on Math Blogs is a treasure-trove of mathematical bloggers and information to find more wonderful content builders. I was honored to be featured this year.
Aperiodical – A blog tour and podcasts with numerous articles and resources.
Arbitrarily Close – A wonderful blog integrating math and art along with a diverse set of resources and insights. There is a math art challenge with over 100 ideas for math and art – truly amazing.
Chalkdust – A plethora of articles, puzzles and more in this delightful magazine.
Elevated Math Blog – Posts on people in math, techniques and teaching math.
Examples First– A useful resource for intuitive investigations into mathematical concepts via examples.
Flying Colours Maths – Articles, problem-solving, connections and more. This blog and site has lots of resources and reads for math lovers.
Joyful Mathematics – The maker of an excellent game, MULTI, has hands-on activities and lessons that build meaningful connections.
Math Book Magic – A lovely resource for math books and bringing literature to learning.
Math Hombre – A collection of wonderful “Talking Math” comics, Geogebra resources, articles, and links for teachers and math enthusiasts.
Maths Query – This site has simple, easy to use definitions, examples, and resources for learning math.
Owen Biesel – Great graphics and articles in math to ponder and play with. These are great for dinner table and classroom discussions and wonder.
Reflections and Tangents – Karen Campe has some great resources, webinars, and articles for math learning and teaching.
Sine of the Times – A blog with resources, puzzles, hands-on constructions, and plenty of activities. This is a great site to dive into for fun and unique perspectives in math.
Teacher/tutor/instructor Blogs for us to connect experiences:
Looney Math – Articles on teaching, learning, and playing with math to enrich and build connections and understanding.
Math Illustrated – Teaching resources and articles for high school math and more. There are some wonderful approaches and activities here.
Math = Love – Wonderful blog with resources for teaching high school math. With talks, strategies, puzzles and activities, there is much to be used and learned here.
Ms. Kant’s Math World – Reflections, resources, and writing to relate.
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