There are numerous Mathematics blogs out there!

Use **Mathblogging.org** to see recent posts from an extensive collection of blogs.

The Edublogs Directory has a **Math and Science Section**, like Mathsblogging.org it is possible to see when each blog was last updated.

A site always popular with my students who like the very clear notes available is **mr barton maths.com**. Mr Barton also has a **blog **(thank you for the mention, mr barton!) Note the link to the lovely set of 30 puzzles in his recent post – **Lovely Puzzles**.

A blog I have mentioned previously is ‘Teaching AQA GCSE Maths’ from the Longman Maths publishing team. Obviously this is of particular interest to teachers teaching the AQA specification, however they sometime provide free resources of interest to any Maths teacher. **This recent post** for example features a free algebra resource including teachers’ notes. This works very well on the interactive whiteboard. **An earlier post **gave a link to a free book – ‘Street Fighting Mathematics’ by Sanjoy Mahajan. The post includes a link for a free pdf download.

Some of the **Nrich** team can be found on Twitter and also have blogs. See the note at the foot of **Jennifer Piggott’s article**.

Two more of my own favourites include **Dan Meyer’s blog **and Guillermo Bautista’s very well organised ‘**Mathematics and Multimedia**‘; this includes an extensive collection of **clear tutorials on GeoGebra**. For further links on Geogebra see this **earlier post**.

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The world of maths is amazing

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I’m going to add some of these (and yours) to my blog… with your permission. Excellent resource. EB

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I’m glad it’s all useful Ernie. There are some great blogs around.

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Thanks for the list! Would love it if you added my math blog 🙂

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Hello Marvin – note that blogs can be submitted to mathblogging.org

http://www.mathblogging.org/

(see A blog’s not listed? Tell us.)

Similarly with the Edublogs Directory you can add your blog to the directory.

http://edublogs.org/blog-directory/directorymathandscience/

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Colleen,

You are welcome to link to my blog http://bethsbookshelf.blogspot.com/ I discuss children’s literature that can be used to teach math concepts, give teaching tips and link to related resources,

Beth

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Hi There

Love this :0 Thanks

Just posted something on my blog about how I use technology to make maths fun in my classroom – check it out and spread the word 🙂

http://mrkempreflects.blogspot.com/2011/04/mathematics-can-be-fun.html

Craig

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Craig it seems appropriate to link to your blog having posted on blogging!

I love your Techie Brekkie idea!

I’m impressed with your enthusiasm – it is excellent to see teachers blogging / reflecting / sharing ideas.

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Hey did you know about Vedic Maths ?

It is worlds fastest mental math system…I think you should blog about it too.

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Yes I have come across this gtekriwal and will investigate further.

In fact I have a reference to Vedic Multiplication on the blog I use for starters.

See this page on number here:

http://mathematicsstarters.wordpress.com/number/

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My pleasure Guillermo – yours is one I always read!

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Thank you Colleen for mentioning my blog. 🙂

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