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Monday, 16 January 2012 | 2 Comments

Where do you go for maths lessons and good lesson ideas?

Here’s the start of my list, I’m not particularly recommending these sites, just listing them as places to look for ideas.

- Math Snacks
- M2T2
- Mathalicious ($ Pay what you can)
- Math Pickle
- Mathematics Assessment Project
- Rich Tasks
- The Chalk Face

(Of course, there are numerous blogs that could be included here)

I’ve added these sites to MathsSearch meaning you could search these sites through there.

So, in the comments, **where do you go for maths lessons and good lesson ideas**?

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