## Math class isn't enough?

If you interested in exploring mathematics beyond the classroom, you've come to the right place. Here I have collected some resources for you to explore math that we won't really have time to explore in class. You won't find any online worksheets or videos explaining what I explained in class, but you will find a whole world of mathematics that is worthy your time and curiosity.

## Wild Maths

The people from Nrich bring you Wild Maths.

## Math Munch

Math Munch is updated every week by three awesome math teachers in New York. They have set out the find the best math sites on the Internet for students of all ages. They even have an entire section on their site dedicated to art and math.

## visual Patterns

Explore this site and you'll find geometric patterns created by teachers. See if you can find the mathematical rule that describes the pattern. You can even create and submit your own visual patterns.

## Scratch

Scratch computer programming isn't exactly math, but using it will help you develop the same logical reasoning skills you use in math.

## Five Triangles

Problem solving challenges for middle school and beyond.

## Brilliant

## Mobius Noodles

Wonderful resource for mathematicians of all ages.