**Online**

Living Math

This site is dedicated to sharing resources for learning, exploring and enjoying math in a dynamic and holistic manner, for all ages.

Natural Math

Want to give children a chance to observe, play with, and ultimately make their own math? Natural Math is a community for families, math circles, and other learning groups.

Math Planet FREE

Math planet is an online resource where one can study math for free. Take our high school math courses in Pre-algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Geometry. We have also prepared practice tests for the SAT and ACT.

**Curriculum**

Right Start Math

This unique, award-winning, hands-on program de-emphasizes counting, uses visualization of quantities, and provides strategies and visual pictures for learning the facts. Understanding and problem solving are emphasized throughout the curriculum.

**Books**

“Doodle Yourself Smart” There’s one on Geometry, Math, and Physics

“Euclid’s Window – The Story of Geometry From Parallel Lines to Hyperspace” by Leonard Mlodinow. This is a great book for people who don’t consider themselves “math minded.”

“A Beginner’s Guide to Constructing the Universe – The mathematical archetypes of nature, art, and science” by Michael S. Schneider. A fascinating book about how math looks in the world!

“Math for Smarty Pants” by Marilyn Burns. Lot’s of fun games and tricks for kids to play using math ideas.

“The I Hate Mathematics! Book” by Marilyn Burns. More fun!

Basher Science “Algebra & Geometry” by Dan Green. A great book to have around to browse through and spark interest.

“Mathematicians Are People, Too” Volume 1 and 2 by Luetta and Wilbert Reimer. These are great stories to read aloud over lunch. Inspiring stories about mathematicians’ lives.

“The Little Book Of Mathematical Principles, Theories, & Things” by Robert Soloman.

“Family Math” by Jean Kerr Stenmark, Virginia Thompson, and Ruth Cossey

“Sir Cumference and the Great Knight of Angleland” by Cindy Neuschwander (series)

“Number Games to Improve Your Child’s Arithemetic” by Hurwitz, Goddard, and Epstein

“Life of Fred” by Stanley F. Schmidt, Ph.D. (series)

“How Much is A Million?” by David M. Schwartz

“How Many Elephants in a Blue Whale?” by Marcus Weeks

“Architecture According to Pigeons” by Speck Lee Tailfeather and Stella Gurney

“Just a Second” by Steve Jenkins

“Dr. Wright’s Kitchen Table Math”