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Mathematics is one of the categories on this all-encompassing blog site. Other topics include food, Islam, crime, biology, and much, much more.

Blogger Richard Elwes offers topics on everything math and science related. This blog actually has quite a bit of content, ranging back to 2007.

Billed as a crazy guy who likes to write about math, blogger Brent Yorgey lives up to his billing. It's a unique and interesting site that offers mathematicians and laypeople alike a great blog to seek out.

The blog offers insight from a professor of mathematics in London. Topics covered include graphs, bases, geomagic squares, and much more.

Mappings, codimension zero embeddings, geometry, cocircularity, and more are topics covered on this blog spot.

Blogger Kate is a full-time math teacher and writes her blog on the side. She offers teaching advice, math help, and much more on her site.

The blog comes from an undergrad mathematics student who himself is looking to further understand the complex field of mathematics. In writing the blog, he is able to do just that.

Dedicated to middle school lesson plans, the blogger behind Lessons Made 2 Have Fun always tries to make learning fun! Lesson ideas are activity heavy, nearly always utilizing something creative to help students learn.

This blog focuses on improving the math learning skills of young students. Teachers also head here to provide counsel on advice that's worked in their classrooms.

University math ed blog with games, tech and lessons for elementary, middle, high school, college and teacher prep.

A blog with practice papers from all the topics covered in the Singapore Primary Maths syllabus. Visitors can download and print out these practice papers. Answers are provided and visitors can request for more detailed solutions

Teaching Table is an iPad application that allows teachers to create interactive math lessons. We also host a growing blog that reviews other math applications and offers tips and resources for applying for grants to further the use of iPads in the Classroom

Calculus has often been considered a difficult subject for most of the students. Thus, to help students overcome their fear over this subject online tutors have come up with their 24 x 7 service.

Caters to A level H2 maths learning-sections include detailed advice/recommendations, question locker vault with fully worked problems. Higher level, early college material also available.

A place which hosts personally written summaries, solved problem sets and examination advice, all made freely available to the A level Math student.

Thanks for dropping by my blog. I’m an educator that has worked mostly at the elementary level for the past 11 years. I specialize in differentiating math and reading instruction for students at all levels. The primary purpose of this blog is to engage in meaningful conversations that surround the topic of math and education. I’ll also write posts related to lessons that I’ve found helpful in increasing student learning. This blog is a work in progress, my thinking here may change from time to time.

IB Maths ToK (Theory of Knowledge) for the IB student and IB and IGCSE resources providing lesson ideas for real life maths, syllabus topics, careers, videos and website links.

Step inside the Tap Into Teen Minds iPad Educational Technology Blog to learn about how to create your own paperless classroom using Apple iPad or Android tablet. Tutorials, resources, and more!

It is a triple curriculum blog – CBSE,Cambridge and IB