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  1. Math Cartoons - Sidney Harris
    Dozens of one-panel, black-and-white cartoons about mathematicians and mathematics. Harris has contributed "I think you should be more explicit here in step two ..." to The New Yorker and other publications. Browse his funny drawings on other topics, ...more>>

  2. Math Dork Interactive Math
    Animated algebra tutorials, on-line quizzes, and games. Animations require Flash 3. Full access to this site involves a monthly fee; free lessons include graphing points in the coordinate plane and "The Golden Rule of Algebra." ...more>>

  3. Matheatre - Sadie Bowman and Marc Gutman
    Blog of the performers starring in "Calculus: The Musical!" This comic "review" blend of sketch comedy, musical theatre, and lecture about the concepts and history of calculus emerged as a teaching tool from the classroom of Gutman, who "... found that ...more>>

  4. The Mathemagician - Andrew Jeffrey
    "Magic of Maths" shows interweave magic and comedy with "clear positive and motivational messages about the learning of maths." A former teacher and professional magician based in the UK, Jeffrey also sells original products such as Maths at the Drop ...more>>

  5. Mathematical Concepts, Inc. - Agnes Azzolino
    Games, calculators, jokes, books, and tools to help the student, teacher, parent, and the public to see the world mathematically. Read Math Spoken Here, featuring the essays "Most Operations Are Not Distributive," "So, What's A Fraction?" "A Graph Is ...more>>

  6. Mathematics in Tens - Steve Mayer
    Ten ... problems to make you think, facts about maths you may not know, good maths books, mathematicians, maths jokes, reasons to study maths, mathematical links, mathematics software programs, mathematical constants, mathematical formulae. Ten little-known ...more>>

  7. Mathematics Resources on the Internet - Bruno Kevius
    Links to math resources, searching for mathematics, and general indexes. ...more>>

  8. Math Horizons' Venery Game - Stephen F. Kennedy
    In the September 1995 issue of Math Horizons readers were asked to join in a game of creating collective nouns with a mathematical theme. The article was titled "A Gaggle of Geeks." Highlights from the reader response were collected and published in the ...more>>

  9. Math Humor - B. Sidney Smith; Math Academy Online/Platonic Realms
    Math related jokes, puns, and limericks (suitable for all ages), with content rotated daily. ...more>>

  10. Math Humor Links - Doug Craigen
    A collection of links to math and computer jokes and cartoons and miscellaneous related humor. ...more>>

  11. Math Jokes 4 Mathy Folks - G. Patrick Vennebush
    G. Patrick Vennebush has compiled a book of math jokes, suitable for all levels. You can read some of the jokes or find out more about the book or its author on this site. Vennebush also collects and creates puzzles, some of which the site also offers. ...more>>

  12. Math Jokes and Archimedes - Julian Rubin
    A collection of K-12 Mathematics jokes studded with science links, pictures and stamps describing math's history and Archimedes' life and work. The jokes are short, not complicated or abusive. ...more>>

  13. The Math Kid
    A collection of mathematical "fascinations, not strictly limited to the subject itself but also people's interactions and interpretation." Blog posts by this "recreational mathematician and aspiring teacher," which date back to July, 2010, carry tags ...more>>

  14. MathMem - Jim Guinness, Wachusett Regional High School, Massachusetts
    A list of mnemonics and similar memory aids that math teachers have found useful for helping students remember math conventions, algorithms, definitions, techniques, and formulas. "Most high school math teachers are familiar with using PEMDAS, FOIL, and ...more>>

  15. Math Novelty T-Shirts - The SCIENCE TeeCHER
    Purchase a selection of math t-shirts, ties, and scarves. ...more>>

  16. Math Professor Quotes
    Blog of "the absurd things math professors say." Submit your own teacher's quirky head-scratchers, or browse the collective archive, which dates back to July, 2012. ...more>>

  17. Math Tour - ThinkQuest 1998
    A site designed to be entertaining and to bring together people of all ages with a wide range of math skills to interact and explore mathematics, featuring original math problems, humorous proofs of theorems, funny stories, and interesting facts about ...more>>

  18. Math Warriors: The Webseries - Kristina Harris Productions
    A comedic webseries "of love, betrayal and ... calculus?" Watch ten minute-long clips on Blip that feature adolescent "math nerds like you've never seen 'em before," striving to win a fictitous National Collegiate Math-a-Thon. ...more>>

  19. Math with Bad Drawings - Ben Orlin
    Blog by a high school teacher in Oakland, California, "about the things I like [and] also about the things I can't do," in the hopes that their "juxtaposition captures the contradictory state of the teacher, of the mathematician." Posts "owning up to ...more>>

  20. Metric and English Unit Conversions - Science Made Simple, Inc.
    Convert between different unit measurements, both English and metric: area, length, temperature, time, volume, weight, or fruit (apples to oranges). ...more>>

  21. Mike Cook's Canonical List of Math Jokes
    A collection of math jokes, quotes, and humor for those interested in mathematics. ...more>>

  22. The Monkey Shakespeare Simulator - AardAsNails Software
    Simulating monkeys typing randomly on typewriters, this Java applet displays output that matches text from any of Shakespeare's plays in real-time. To raise the chances of "interesting results within our lifetimes," this simulation runs at an accelerated ...more>>

  23. Murderous Maths - Kjartan Poskitt et al.
    Contents, descriptions of characters, updates, and "extra bits" for the books Murderous Maths; The Essential Arithmetricks; Desperate Measures; Do You Feel Lucky?; Vicious Circles and other Savage Shapes; The Phantom X; The Fiendish Angletron; The GCSE ...more>>

  24. Nerdy T-Shirt - Thomas Reuter
    Humorous math equation t-shirts. Each garment features a math equation followed by a corresponding word related to some characteristic of the equation. For example, a shirt displaying an equation for changes in acceleration bears the word "Jerk." Each ...more>>

  25. Nobel Prize Internet Archive - Almaz Enterprises
    An interactive archive devoted to Nobel Prizes and prizewinners. Browse by prize type or search by keyword. Additional information about the lack of a prize in mathematics, women laureates, and the Ig Nobel Prizes. ...more>>

  26. Not So Humble Pi - Craig Snodgrass
    Humorous wall calendars that run from March to March, in honor of Pi Day, 3/14. Also, buy greeting cards that celebrate pi, and submit your own π-ku poetry. A portion of all orders goes to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. ...more>>

  27. Numbercrunch - Simon Pampena
    Through school assemblies and other shared learning experiences, Numbercrunch "inspires students by combining energetic stand-up comedy with mathematics." Believing that "doing maths takes a lot of heart (and a sense of humour)," writer and performer ...more>>

  28. Number Loving - Laura Rees-Hughes and Sharon Derbyshire
    Freely downloadable PDFs, Microsoft Word documents, and PowerPoint presentations, organized by UK key stages, strands, and topics. The Number Loving blog offers new approaches for teaching maths and tips for classroom makeovers. Posts, which date back ...more>>

  29. Off The Hypotenuse - Glenn Kenyon
    Kenyon started this blog in pursuit of "a good discussion of resources, ideas, and innovative ideas for teachers of Algebra." Humorous videos, comic strips, and posts, which date back to March of 2007, have included "Math Lessons learned from Karate," ...more>>

  30. Página Web de Fibonacci, Humor, Matemáticas - José Mari López Goitia
    Página personal, con secciones para humor y matemática, información sobre HTML, manual de C, buscadores de todo el mundo, y más. ...more>>

  31. Profession Jokes - Mathematicians - David Shay
    Jokes about proofs, mathematicians, and mathematics. ...more>>

  32. Professor Freedman's Math Help - Ellen Freedman
    A mixture of sound, animation, humor and personal advice dealing with math anxiety for the adult student and community college learner. The site includes tutorial lessons, math assignments, study skills tips, information on learning styles, an on-line ...more>>

  33. Proof - Jim Loy
    Brief descriptions of different types of proof, both mathematical and not. ...more>>

  34. Proudnerd.com - Heather Sable
    "For the self-assured nerd": humorous t-shirts, long sleeve t-shirts, women's t-shirts, sweatshirts, hooded sweatshirts, boxer shorts, hats and caps, bags and backpacks, mugs and cups, mousepads, apparel for kids, babies, and toddlers, and more. Solve ...more>>

  35. R. S. Schaeffer - Randy S. Schaeffer, Math & Computer Science, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
    Schaeffer teaches a course called "Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics." Download the lessons created by his students that call on Geometer's Sketchpad, graphing calculators, and Microsoft Excel. Lesson topics address parallel lines, box and whisker ...more>>

  36. Scientist Cards - All Too Flat
    Trading cards, humorously based on Topps and Fleer baseball cards, list the writing preference, dominant cortex, university, and key contributions of Richard Feynman, James Clerk Maxwell, Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Claude Shannon, Leonhard Euler, ...more>>

  37. The Secret Garden of Maths - Micky Bullock
    Blog by a secondary school maths teacher (Forest School, London, UK) that aims to provide "maths to the masses," with a preference for illustrations via GeoGebra. Bullock describes his "paranoia [as] rooted in the average person's contemptible indifference ...more>>

  38. simpsonsmath.com - Sarah J. Greenwald and Andrew Nestler
    The animated sitcom The Simpsons "contains over a hundred instances of mathematics, many designed to expose and poke fun at innumeracy," which make it "an ideal source of fun ways to introduce important concepts to students, and to reduce math anxiety ...more>>

  39. Singapore Math - Yan Kow Cheong
    News and updates on Singapore Math from Cheong, a math coach, writer, editor, and life member of the Singapore Mathematical Society (SMS) and the Association of Mathematics Educators (AME) whose author credits include "Mathematical Quickies & Trickies." ...more>>

  40. singingbanana.com - James Grime
    YouTube videos, "lazy microblog," and social networking hub of Enigma Project Officer James Grime, who "hopes to explain to kids and general audiences why he love his maths so much, to challenge some of the public's misconceptions, and to explain why ...more>>

  41. The Springer GTM Test - David Savitt
    Multiple choice questions that promise to identify "which Springer-Verlag graduate text in mathematics you are." ...more>>

  42. Stand-up Mathematician - Matt Parker
    Parker uses funny presentations and hands-on activities to "make people more excited about maths." Watch videos of his comedy routines, including "Skills for bills," in which he introduces the notion of "standard meal units" for calculating each person's ...more>>

  43. Statistician Jokes - Verhagen, Gregg
    Material extracted from science jokes posted to rec.humor, sci.math, and a few other Usenet newsgroups. 43% of all statistics are worthless; 3 out of 4 Americans make up 75% of the population; 80% of all statistics quoted to prove a point are made up ...more>>

  44. Stupid Calculations - Josh Orter
    Repository "where practical facts get rendered into utterly useless ones." Posts, which date back to May, 2013, have included "Monophone," musing on the size of the screen made from ripping the displays out of every iPhone ever sold and combining them ...more>>

  45. That's Mathematics! - Nate Eldredge
    A mathematician's collection of "various spare-time projects." Blog posts of "diversions, distractions, and math," which date back to June, 2012, focus on Mathgen, Eldredge's perl program that uses context-free grammar, LaTeX, and BibTeX to randomly generate ...more>>

  46. themathlab.com
    Playful, interactive student-made problems, games, drills, lesson ideas, tools, "magic," and more. Lessons include practice problems which, when solved correctly, generate passwords that grant access to "treasure rooms." Lesson ideas include Algebachee ...more>>

  47. Video Lectures in Mathematics - Jerry Farlow
    An online pinboard gathering thousands of visual links to a broad range of math videos. Categories include applications of math; famous mathematicians; math education; math humor; math on TV, movies; STEM math initiatives; and "instructional: K-12." Farlow ...more>>

  48. Villainy, Inc.: Thwarting World Supremacy through Mathematics - Maryland Public Television
    To thwart the evil Dr. Wick, ID, middle grade students take on the role of an advisor to his company, Villainy, Inc. -- while secretly using their math skills to make sure Wick never succeeds. As undercover double agents for the Anti-Villainy Unit (the ...more>>

  49. What Is Mathematics? - John M. Lawler, Dept. of Linguistics, Univ. of Michigan
    Listings of links on Godel, Escher, and Bach, and other material related to Hofstadter's book by that name, from a math appreciation course. ...more>>

  50. Why is the Mathematician So Messy? (Math Chat) - Frank Morgan, MAA Online
    A physicist and a mathematician can clean a house in 6 hours; an engineer and the mathematician in 3 hours; and the physicist and the engineer in 1 hour and 12 minutes. How long would it take the physicist alone? ...more>>


 
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