### Let's Play Math!

http://letsplaymath.net/This blog makes math fun. Learn games and tricks for teaching your children to enjoy mathematics.

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This blog makes math fun. Learn games and tricks for teaching your children to enjoy mathematics.

This site is very special because it not only has educated and dedicated writers, but it has actual lesson plans and free resources. Among these resources math and reading programs are included.

A physics grad has composed this blog this popular comic that deals with the worlds of code, language relations, and mathematics. It's as convoluted as it is funny.

This is the type of site you will like if you really enjoy brain teasers. It has everything from math problems to different types of logic questions.

Mathematics is one of the most popular subjects where tutoring is requested. This blog shows readers how one great tutor goes about working his magic on numbers.

Math can be difficult, or it can be a delight -- it depends on how you learn it. On this blog, math is learned with ease and understanding.

Multiplication tables are a cornerstone of a successful elementary school education. This blog can help make learning them easier than you thought.

The American Mathematical Society's blog, which is made by and for math grad students, has contributors from several different universities. Readers can learn about teaching methods, campus interviews and even math t-shirts.

Former math teacher and current doctoral student at Stanford Dan Meyer shares his academic and experiential knowledge of teaching in American high schools. The specific focus of his blog is usually aimed at curriculum development and teacher training.

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Blogger Allison teaches math and computer science. And her site is as unique as its name, featuring math concepts, and learning activities and ideas for the classroom that make math and science more fun.

Helpful teaching ideas and thought provoking articles for teachers. Science/Math teacher Phil also has a few of his own tutorials on topics such as Google Apps.

This is a math worksheet site offering much more than printable worksheets. Get complete math explanations and instructions for grades kindergarten through grade 12.

The blogger is a Senior Writer for American Scientist magazine and offers bold and intelligent insight into both math and computers in this blog spot.

God Plays Dice is a different breed of math blog. It offers truly interesting stories with a math slant to them, on such topics as drinking, textbooks, no-hitters in baseball, and much more.

The Unapologetic Mathematician offers some truly complex and interesting posts on math in general. Every once in a while, there will be some humor or other such insight, but this is a spot for high level math majors, or those knowledgeable of the field.

Tanya's blog spot offers musings on math, her life as a mathematician, and the applications of math in our world.

The Math Blog offers some interesting insights on everything math for the reader. The site also offers information on math education, news, software, and much else.

The blog offers topics on computational complexity as well as other stimulating articles on engineering, as they relate to math and computer science.

This blog spot offers a much needed diversion for those overworked math majors looking for inspiration. X. why? provides comic relief with math humor and related cartoons for the reader.

360 was begun in order to create a place where people could share interesting facts on mathematics. It offers a wealth of diverse, yet solid content on its pages.

This blog spot offers readers a way to look at math this is both fun and accessible. There are some interesting and fun posts here and it's definitely a site for math laypeople.

Annoying Precision offers insight into high level mathematical equations and solutions for the reader.

Division by Zero offers articles on math, technology, teaching, and puzzles for the reader. There's some really interesting content on this site.