One of the most popular activities from the Teacher to Teacher Press book **Number Sense** is Pyramid Math. This creative practice activity facilitates discovery of number patterns and develops number sense. The activity works great with both positive and negative numbers and decimals and fractions. Because it can be designed to be self-checking, it is easy for the teacher and engaging for the students. Watch Bill as he gives an intro to this wonderful activity. It can be played in HD (720p) for full-screen use in classrooms with projectors.

which has a wide range of usefully categorised instructional videos on maths topics. Registering for the site is very straight forward (and free - although there are paid-for services available in other sections of the site). The videos I watched are all short instructional tutorials based on a specific maths concept - very useful for learners who want to review a part of the programme and prefer to watch and listen rather than read, or to make available to students in a class running a differentiated or self-paced programme for instance.

Lots of movies listed here! This is a collection of movie clips in which Mathematics appears. I'm collecting DVDs and VHS tapes of such movies. This is a working document to be extended over time. I started this page during spring break 2006. See also the page "Begin of lectures in college teaching" and "End of lectures in college teaching". To see the movies larger or to see it on the iphone, chose the quicktime ipod version, which are files with .m4v extension.

Resource list and worksheets for movie clips. Throughout our years of teaching we have used (and continue to use) movie clips in our classrooms to enhance content and engage our students. This listing is a sample of the types of movies we find useful. The accompanying worksheets are our mathematical interpretations and applications of information presented in these clips. Obviously, other interpretations are also possible. These materials were designed to enhance content across the secondary mathematics curricula. Our personal "mathematical" movie library contains purchased copies, in either VHS or DVD format, of all of the movies mentioned here.

Free Math Powerpoint presentations. Great for KS1 KS2 KS3 KS4 and post 16 A level lessonplans, K-12 and more. Use and alter these presentations freely or any power point template used in this presentations site for other teachers. If you have any powerpoints then please consider submitting them for other teachers to download too. It's all about sharing and helping others. Powerpoints and whiteboards are likely to increase in popularity year by year as more and more schools adopt them.

Arthur Benjamin

Mathematician and magician Arthur Benjamin combines his two passions in "Mathemagics," a mind-boggling presentation of lightning calculations and other feats of mathematical agility.

Would you like to learn math by watching easy to understand free math videos online? Then take advantage of this huge collection of free videos, and have fun learning at your own pace! Videos covering all strands.

## Number Sense

One of the most popular activities from the Teacher to Teacher Press book **Number Sense** is Pyramid Math. This creative practice activity facilitates discovery of number patterns anddevelops number sense. The activity works great with both positive and negative numbers and decimals and fractions. Because it can be designed to be self-checking, it is easy for the teacher and engaging for the students. Watch Bill as he gives an intro to this wonderful activity. It can be played in HD (720p) for full-screen use in classrooms with projectors.## Brainstorm Math

which has a wide range of usefully categorised instructional videos on maths topics. Registering for the site is very straight forward (and free - although there are paid-for services available in other sections of the site). The videos I watched are all short instructional tutorials based on a specific maths concept - very useful for learners who want to review a part of the programme and prefer to watch and listen rather than read, or to make available to students in a class running a differentiated or self-paced programme for instance.## Math in Movies

Lots of movies listed here! This is a collection of movie clips in which Mathematics appears. I'm collecting DVDs and VHS tapes of such movies. This is a working document to be extended over time. I started this page during spring break 2006. See also the page "Begin of lectures in college teaching" and "End of lectures in college teaching". To see the movies larger or to see it on the iphone, chose the quicktime ipod version, which are files with .m4v extension.## Maths and the Movies

Resource list and worksheets for movie clips.Throughout our years of teaching we have used (and continue to use) movie clips in our classrooms to enhance content and engage our students. This listing is a sample of the types of movies we find useful. The accompanying worksheets are our mathematical interpretations and applications of information presented in these clips. Obviously, other interpretations are also possible. These materials were designed to enhance content across the secondary mathematics curricula. Our personal "mathematical" movie library contains purchased copies, in either VHS or DVD format, of all of the movies mentioned here.

## Math Powerpoints

Free Math Powerpoint presentations. Great for KS1 KS2 KS3 KS4 and post 16 A level lessonplans, K-12 and more. Use and alter these presentations freely or any power point template used in this presentations site for other teachers. If you have any powerpoints then please consider submitting them for other teachers to download too. It's all about sharing and helping others. Powerpoints and whiteboards are likely to increase in popularity year by year as more and more schools adopt them.## Arthur Benjamin

Mathematician and magician Arthur Benjamin combines his two passions in "Mathemagics," a mind-boggling presentation of lightning calculations and other feats of mathematical agility.## Free Math Videos

Would you like to learn math by watching easy to understand free math videos online? Then take advantage of this huge collection of free videos, and have fun learning at your own pace! Videos covering all strands.## Math Videos

From Math Playground a selection of videos - mainly Number concepts## Math Snacks

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Math Powerpoints

Free Math Powerpoint presentations. Great for KS1 KS2 KS3 KS4 and post 16 A level lessonplans, K-12 and more.

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r VideosMathtrain TVMathtrain.TVis a free educational "kids teaching kids" project from Mr. Marcos & his students at Lincoln Middle School in Santa Monica, CA.## These are some fun Maths videos that I have found on the web.