Books, articles, websites, tutorials and more for students in Math classes.

- A Problem Solving Approach to Mathematics for Elementary School TeachersCall Number: 372.7 B599p 2007
- When Will I Ever Teach This? an Activities Manual for Mathematics for Elementary TeachersCall Number: 510 L231w 2004
- Teaching Elementary Mathematics to Struggling Learners byCall Number: 372.7 W833t 2016

- Family Math Fun by Kate NonesuchChildren begin to notice and think about numbers from the time they are born. The activities in this

book all involve math thinking without worksheets or tests.

Mixing in Math builds children's skills in: geometry; counting; measurement; arithmetic; estimation; time; data; money; patterns; algebra.

Mathwire.com ("What we learn with pleasure, we never forget!")presents standards-based strategies, activities, and games for math teachers.The topic index and alphabetical index are good places to start. Check the blog for news about scholarships and competitions.

Using Writing in Mathematics presents lesson plans for teaching students how to write what they think, and* how to think about what they think* (metacognition). Eye-opening!

BuzzMath is for middle school students. It can be used at school, home, or anywhere with Internet access to focus on learning and practicing middle school mathematics skills. It promotes student mastery through immediate detailed feedback and randomly generated values to retry missed problems. Teachers follow student progress through detailed reports.

Developed by a team of math teachers, programmers, designers and illustrators, BuzzMath is based on the National Council of Math Teachers curriculum in the NCTM Middle School book and the Common Core State Standards in the 3 Common Core Books.

XtraMath provides rewarding supplemental math activities and makes them available for free. Students complete practice activities that are recorded and shared with teachers and parents. Teachers can create classroom accounts in which each child has his or her own log-in credentials. Parents can also be given log-in credentials to see how their children are progressing.

Find these books in the Children's Collection on the first floor of the library near the Reference Desk.

- Adding It UpCall Number: Wells 2001
- Ten Grouchy GroundhogsCall Number: Heling 2009
- Chicka Chicka 1, 2, 3Call Number: Martin 2004
- This Plus That byCall Number: Rosenthal 2011
- Counting Kisses byCall Number: Katz 2001

- Hands-on Math Projects with Real-Life ApplicationsCall Number: 510.712 M985h 2006
- Windows on Teaching Math : Cases of Middle and Secondary Classrooms byCall Number: Online
- Differentiated Instruction for the Middle School Math TeacherCall Number: 510.3 D158d 2008

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