Monday, March 3, 2014

Free Teaching Materials That You Need To Know About

Take to the airwaves, people! There are some excellent resources that are free and available for you and your kids!

From the people that brought you the Math Assessment Project...

...and the authors of that thing that Dan Meyer said that you should read...

...comes four amazing books that look like the 80's! Free to download!

Seriously, these books are a treasure trove. "The Language of Functions and Graphs" is just fantastic stuff. That's one of the books you can grab. The others are "Design a Board Game", "Problems with Patterns" and "Numeracy Through Problem Solving."

Seriously, these are some of the best problem-solving resources available for free right now.


  1. How did I miss this. Holy geez. My bootlegging is now legit.

  2. Great stuff, Michael. I'd actually had this in my Evernote files for a while now, but I never looked at it that closely. It was one of those things that I filed in the "look at when you have time" file. Thank you for sharing. This made me look at it much more closely and figure out how I could incorporate it into my algebra classroom.