## Some of my instructional math favorites:

Many well-done math videos by the Pat McKeague company.
Literally thousands of short instructional videos on many school topics, to include math. Suggested by a Grade 6 student. 4,130 Math Videos and many other subjects too. Try the Geometry Manipulatives area with its Virtual Manipulatives from Utah State University for some fun. Dr. Tanton presents quite a few very interesting puzzles and unusual approaches in various areas of mathematics. His personal website is here. |

## A few more interesting math sites

Fractal Foundation.org -- A wonderful site to pursue the study of fractals with many creative videos

Vi Hart's Website -- Here is another incredibly creative person with unique math ideas to share.

Interactivate Applets -- Dozens of interactive applets for math inquiry.

Art of Problem-Solving (AOPS) -- The best resource for challenging 5-12 problem-solving materials and support

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives -- A wonderland of interactive mathematics to explore - from Utah State U.

Vi Hart's Website -- Here is another incredibly creative person with unique math ideas to share.

Interactivate Applets -- Dozens of interactive applets for math inquiry.

Art of Problem-Solving (AOPS) -- The best resource for challenging 5-12 problem-solving materials and support

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives -- A wonderland of interactive mathematics to explore - from Utah State U.

## Other math video instructional sites: (You can find many.)

Over 2,000 math videos to include Pre-Algebra and Algebra up to Calculus
Many videos at a variety of levels and topics, produced by Loyola University in Chicago Information Age Education (IAE) -- founded by Dave Moursund, who also founded ISTE. |