**Top >10 Mathematics Websites** remains a very popular post on this blog.

I have read various ‘Top (insert number here) Mathematics Websites’ posts and all of them have left me with the thought that so many excellent sites are missing from such lists. Any post claiming top 10 or >10 in my case is clearly *the author’s* top 10, not** ***the* top 10! These are **my** top >10 because I really do use them – **a lot** – in the classroom! For my own list, I have decided to include some categories as well as individual sites which gives me the excuse to mention far more than 10! Note that every site mentioned here is free to use.

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Don’t forget to look at the resources available on the National STEM Centre eLibrary. Read Colleen’s excellent write up https://colleenyoung.wordpress.com/2013/09/29/national-stem-centre/

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The resources are excellent Steve, note the link to the National STEM Centre on slide 17 above.

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I just wanna thank you for sharing your information and your site or blog this is simple but nice article I’ve ever seen i like it i learn something today.

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Vedic maths

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Reblogged this on Singapore Maths Tuition.

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Reblogged this on Henry Cort Maths.

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Hello Colleen, My favorites in this list are NLVM, Mangahigh and Mathis fun

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Hello Girishkumar. Those three are all good I agree. It’s hard choosing favourites – hence >10!

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http://www.edugain.com is another good website for Maths,

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i luv your sense in maths websites

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Thank you!

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Pingback:» Math and Multimedia Blog Carnival #17 » Mathematics for TeachingPingback:Maths Online Resource Banks « Number LovingThere is no discussion about my number one of my top ten !

It’s colleenyoung.wordpress.com!!!!

Thanks a lot for the endless suggestions both in terms of great resources but also in terms of organisational issues.!

My resolution for the next term is to not only marvel your great ideas but to put one suggestion into practice each week. By just concentrating one one good idea per week I hope to transfer lots of good ideas from my ‘passive’ into my ‘active’ resource bank!

Thanks again.Ax

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Thank you so much A!

You should post a comment back about what worked well!

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Hi Damian. I agree with all your recommendations – in fact you will see mrbarton is included in this article – see under my Notes category.

You will also find Kenny’s pouch and suffolk maths within these pages – see Progression – https://colleenyoung.wordpress.com/app/

CIMT – no I am not joking! I did say it was my top ten! Though I know many refer to CIMT – it’s just so comprehensive – if one is ever stuck you can find an example there. Some of the activities are rather nice, the mental tests on every chapter can provide good starters and the interactive materials can be useful for students for independent study.

Glad you like the filling and pouring – I have used the CLEO resource for years and only recently discovered The Connected Maths Project.

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Please say you are joking about the entry of “CIMT- The Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching” in your top 10! It is death by worksheet, there is no innovation on the website,and it is very dated. I would recommend the following http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/ – a truly brilliant site, also http://kangaroomaths.com/kenny.php another great site or http://www.suffolkmaths.co.uk/

These are great with some great teaching and learning activities.

I did enjoy filling and pouring links – great job.

Regards Damian

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