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The eye and the intellect play off one another in surprising and beautiful ways in the art of M.C. Escher. Where the Renaissance masters used shading and perspective to create the illusion of three-dimensional depth on two dimensional surfaces, Escher turned those tricks in on themselves to create puzzles and paradoxes. He manipulated our faculties of perception not simply to please the senses, but to stimulate the mind.

▶ History of Mathematics - YouTube Love watching this video History of Mathematics the first week of school. I usually have my students mind map while watching & follow it up with an activity using/introducing manipulatives.

Elementary math videos and songs. Try the 9 X 9 song to get a hint of how good these are. His whole site is great for every classroom. Teachers MUST use more music and teaching videos to make the quality of their lessons better. CW

Huge collection of math videos (does not work on iPad, will have to try on comp.)

Inspirations from Maths - cool mathematical principles exemplified in art and objects

videos... nothing short of amazingly organized by standard...

The Life of an American Crayon: great video plus work ethics! **Use to inspire older students to come up with lessons for elementary students using Crayons! (an art supplies they may already have). Students should touch on similar key points as the video.

"The Dot" book for learning about flexible thinking and being yourself.