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Web Sites for Teachers
supporting the use of children's literature in the math curriculum

Everyday Math, literature suggested by UCSMP

TERC Recommendations for Literature Connections to Investigations Units

Teaching Children Mathematics (NCTM) Subject Index for 1983-2000: Literature and Mathematics

Cumberland County, NC, Schools: Literature Connections

Houghton Mifflin's Math Central, K-5, annotated lists organized by grade level and strand

Math Forum T2T FAQ on Literature and Mathematics

The Children's Literature Web Guide

Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site

Other Web Sites for Teachers

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Standards, teaching resources

International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Standards for students, teachers, administrators

SEED High Quality Teaching and Learning with Technology (HQTLT)

Heinemann: excellent books for teachers in literacy, math, science

Blue Web'N: "a library of Blue Ribbon learning sites on the web"

Classroom Connect: among other things, publisher of Connected Newsletter

Inspiration: resources and download a free trial

Jill Britton's Home Page: an incredible resource for all kinds of math at middle grades level.Click on "topic links".

TOPS Learning Systems: Materials that help kids, teachers, and parents use "ordinary stuff to do sophisticated, hands-on science and math."

The Annenberg/CPB Math and Science Project: on number patterns

Everyday Math Resources:

WebQuests:


Web Sites for Teachers and Students

NRICH: "Explore a variety of mathematical games and problems at this site created by the Cambridge University College of Education in Great Britain. Produced for math clubs and teachers, the site offers resources for children from the age of 7 to 18, with possible extensions for more advanced students. Features include a monthly periodical with articles and new problems and an interaction area where teachers and students can participate in either closed or open discussions."

Solve This! a ThinkQuest project created by three fifth graders; combines math history with math problems and games

A Maths Dictionary for Kids by Jenny Eather

From the BBC:

How Stuff Works

Complete Sun and Moon Data for One Day

Ron Knotts: Fibonacci Sequence and the Golden Ratio

The Flash Mind Reader: try it and then try to figure out how it works.

King's List of On-line Math Activities: an organized archive of math resources on the Internet.

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