To continue with the theme of math teaching for grades 3-10, here is a great resource to engage your students. Who Wants to be a Millionaire with math questions geared towards grades 6-8. I somehow stumbled across Math Playground and now use a tonne of the resources on there in my math tutoring for grades 5-10 on a fairly regular basis.
If you plan on teaching in London, England then you can safely assume that your classroom will have an interactive whiteboard & you should start gathering some good resources for your needs. I recommend that you save your bookmarks onto a site like Delicious, so that you can access your bookmarks on any computer with an internet connection. You can check out my links on Delicious here. Be warned though, some of those sites I've bookmarked very randomly!
If you have some great online resources to share with our readers please leave them in the comments section below.
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