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Check out the fabulous middle school math teachers below! These teachers believe in the #MTBoS gift culture community as promoted by Dan, Kate, Sam, Fawn, Megan and every other math teaching blogger that I follow. We all give and share freely on our blogs and at webinars like Global Math. If you know of (or HAVE) your own fabulous Middle School Math blog and would like to be a part of our community – PLEASE add it to the comments below so I can add you to my page!

To add your blog to this page, click here to fill out the form.

- 5SK Learning
- 7th Grade Math Teacher Extraordinaire
- A Student of Teaching
- Algebrainiac
- Algebra Awesomeness
- Authentic Inquiry Maths
- Axis of Reflection
- Breeze Through Math
- Borscht With Anna
- Brian Arnot
- Change Over Time
- Check Your Work
- Coefficients of Determination
- Coefficient-Lee Teaching Math
- Cox Math
- Curiouser and Curiouser
- Don’t Get Run Over
- Dividing By Zero
- Education Prospector
- Elementary Teacher in Middle School
- Eric Biederbeck
- Fawn Nguyen
- Finding EMU
- Finding Joy in 6th Grade
- Finding the Process
- Five Triangles
- Flip Learn Share
- Gleaming Number Rockets
- Hard Enough Problems
- Homeschool Math
- Hoppe Ninja Math
- I Choose Math
- i is a number
- I Speak Math
- in stillness the dancing
- In The Middle
- Math and More Math
- Make Math
- Math Bratt
- Math In The Middle
- Math Mama Writes
- Math To The 7th Power
- Math With Kousou
- mathcounts4ever@lcms
- Mathiness is Happiness
- Middle School Math Rules!
- Mr Reddy’s Maths Blog
- Mr. Stadel
- Mrs. D’s blog
- Mrs. Groshong
- Mrs. Newell’s Math
- Mrs. Simmons Blog
- Mrs. Stewart’s Math Class
- MS Math Madness
- Ms. Z Teaches in Mathland
- Musings From Mrs. Galvan
- Nicholas Hussain
- Out of the Zone
- Out Rockin’ Constantly
- Pi Crust
- Polygon Wild
- PPerfect Squares
- Queen of Mathematical Hearts
- Reflections of a Techie
- Sarah Educating
- Saving School Math
- Scatter Plot Teaching
- Some Become Pearls
- Sum Math Madness
- Technology Integration for Math Engagement
- tglennb
- the numbertwenty one
- The Algebra Toolbox
- timeproject.edublogs.org
- To The Square Inch
- Variables of Math
- Venspired Learning
- WadingThruMath
- Writing to Learn to Teach

I Speak Math Materials by Julie Reulbach is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.

Based on a work at https://ispeakmath.wordpress.com.

five triangles

Thanks! I’ll add you. 🙂

You can find my middle school math blog at http://www.lisatilmon.blogspot.com

Thanks for sharing an awesome list of fellow bloggers!

Thank you for adding your site! I love that our middle school math blog list is growing! 🙂

I also am looking forward to following this blog and think the list of fellow bloggers is awesome. Collaboration through social through social media is new to me, but I am already finding it so helpful!

Hi! I just started a blog and my blog is

http://educationprospector.wordpress.com/

I really like your blog and I appreciate you posting other peoples blogs here as well. Also, I enjoy Pinterest as you do…I am Cathy Jeremko on pinterest.

I am very excited to find other middle school math teachers who would be interested in collaborating on some social media projects next school year!

Hey Cathy!

I am so glad that you found my blog. I have added you to this page and am looking forward to reading your blog. 🙂

I’ve been working on building mine recently. The blog is ibreezethroughmath.blogspot.com and I’m currently writing a series on things teachers can do over the summer to make their August/September easier!

I am just getting started with my blog. I have gotten a lot of info and ideas from you and have started following you on Twitter as well. I look forward to making connections and taking my classes this year to the next level.

My blog is at http://hsimmons32.wordpress.com/

Heather

I really enjoy your blog! I have found so many awesome resources and strategies. I bought a book from a conference. It is called the Outstanding Math Guide (OMG). It is a book of graphic organizers and how to creatively place them inside of a folder. My had my students create it last year. I realized that it helped bring their state-mandated test scores up.

I thought that I should share a resource with everyone since I have borrowed so many strategies.

Dana

I have a fabulous math blog that needs to be here, Julie! Says who? Says me. Damn, and only me apparently. http://fawnnguyen.com

Thanks! 🙂

Complete oversight. You can beat me up when you see me at #tmc13. 😉

Thanks for adding me! I have had some visitors from this link up 🙂

Awesome!! 🙂

I would love to be added! Thank you so much! For the Love of Teaching Math

I teach 6th grade. The name of my blog is Curiouser and Curiouser and it can be found at: https://teacherleaders.wordpress.com/ BTW, I added you to my blogroll!

Great! I’ll add you. Did you fill out the middle school math teacher survey?

Hello – thanks for getting middle school teachers in one place. Sam S. sent me your way. I’m a middle school math/science teacher just starting off with blogging about my practice. My blog is @ http://findingtheprocess.wordpress.com

I’ve gotten SO many great ideas from this creative list of middle school math bloggers. I’m hoping to blog more this year, and I really appreciate all the effort you are putting into getting more of us to blog!!! http://mrswilliamsmath.wordpress.com/

Would you please add my blog to the middle school list? http://coefficientsofdeterminations.blogspot.com/

Oh Angie! I’m so sorry. I’ve been busy and it slipped my mind. 🙂

Hi Julie,

Can you add my MS Math blog? It’s Dividing by Zero at http://mrswilliamsmath.wordpress.com/

Thank you!!!

How are you not on here? Ack! So sorry. 🙂

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Wondering if you could add my new blog as well. Any traffic/feedback I get would be great. Thanks. Summathmadness.wordpress.com

Could you add my middle school algebra blog? Thank you! This is great!!!

oops…here is the link

http://algebraawesomeness.blogspot.com

Just tried the Snakes and Ladders Game board for reinforcing what we’ve learned in Algebra. They loved it!

Hi Julie! Can you add me to your middle school blog? I teach Algebra I…thanks!

http://lzlomek.wordpress.com

I blog over at iisanumber.blogspot.com and would love to be added to your list! Thanks for providing this great resource.

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Hi! Can I be added to the list…I must have missed the deadline.

http://www.hoppeninjamath.com/teacherblog

thanks!

Hi Julie,

I have a middle school math blog which also lists my Middle School Math Teacher Pro podcast episodes. It can be found at http://www.digitallesson.com/middle-school-math-blog. Thanks for creating this great resource!

Mark Tully

Founder, DigitalLesson.com

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Are there any resources available for Common Core Standards?

Julie, LOVE the Bungee Barbies! You could also catapult GI Joe using elastics to investigate the Scientific Method and Elastic Potential Energy.

http://tglennb.wordpress.com/ is my blog. I’m a 6th Grade Math and Science teacher in a suburban charter school.

Oh wow! Catapult GI Joe! How much fun! I’d love to do that!

Hi Julie –

I have run into some difficulty with wordpress, so I moved my blog (formerly Instillnessthedancing) to Blogger. My new blog is Algebra’s Friend (http://algebrasfriend.blogspot.com/). I’d love to be included in your list again.

Yes! I tried to read your blog today and couldn’t! What happened?

I’m not sure what happened … WordPress deactivated the blog with no explanation. If I did something wrong, I don’t know what it was. I wish that if I had broken some term of agreement that I could know what it was so I can learn from that mistake but wordpress won’t answer my emails.

I am creating a self-hosted blog … http://instillnessthedancing.com/ for my inspirational writing. Been thinking for some time about separating the blog into 2 since the content is very different.

So … I’m not sure how to get the word out …

http://instillnessthedancing.com/ for inspirational reading

http://algebrasfriend.blogspot.com/ for math

It will take me a few days to build the content back up on the math one.

Julie –

Wordpress finally contacted me … I included a link (yes, just one!) in my “related links” at the bottom of a post on New Year’s Eve that shut the blog down. It’s restored now. I will create a post there that directs my readers to my new platforms!

Beth

Hi, I would love to be added! 7th grade math mania at http://elixkristin.blogspot.com/?m=1. Thanks!!

somebecomepearls.wordpress.com

I’m new!

Here’s mine.

http://coefficientlee.blogspot.com/

Kristina

And mine:

http://authenticinquirymaths.blogspot.com.au

Thanks

Bruce Ferrington

http://yr5sk.edublogs.org

Hi,

We have an Aussie year 5 blog up and running. It is written for our students and includes weekly math links and challenges.

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Thanks for rounding up this list of mighty math maestros! My blog is also Math in the Middle! ( Val – Dodge Middle School)

http://sixthgrademathdodge.blogspot.com/

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This is a SUPER list. Thank you!! You can find me at:

http://queenofmathematicalhearts.blogspot.com

I think I forgot to put in the blog address: http://www.howardat58@wordpress.com

I just stated blogging can you add to the list..teachingmathinroom14.wordpress.com

Could you please add my site. It is a mix of high school and middle school because I have taught both. Over 300 videos, examples,free no ads

http://www.moomoomath.com/

I love your list of Middle School Math blogs. I come here often for inspiration and I would be thrilled if you added my blog to your list! Math to the 7th Power

http://mathtothe7thpower.blogspot.com/

This is a great blog! I’m a middle school math teacher, and I’ve started my own math website. I would be honored if you would add it to your site, and please feel free to give me any feedback.

Best regards,

~Mr. Ace

http://www.mracemath.com.

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My blog http://jenisesexton.wordpress.com Elementary Teacher in Middle School chronicles my journey from teaching elementary mathematics and bringing those conceptual practices to middle school.

I love that this post started in 2012 and it is still growing. You can include my blog on the list, if you think it fits: http://musingmrsg.blogspot.com/

Please add my blog to your list . I post resources,and Math videos. I think I have shared some of your stuff on Pinterest Thanks for this list.

http://moomoomath.blogspot.com/

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Great list.

MakeSenseofMath.blogspot.com

Another great blog

Can you add my blog? http://mathwithkousou.blogspot.com/

Hi! can you add my blog? Thank you! http://mathonthemove.blogspot.com/

Middle school addition perhaps?

Pre-algebra.info

Hi! I just saw this on Twitter…

I write about interactive notebooks in Geometry at

http://Newellssecondarymath.blogspot.com/

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7th Grade Math Mania

Awilda’s Daughter

Fast Times of a Middle School Math Teacher

Fawn Nguyen

in stillness dancing => moved to: http://algebrasfriend.blogspot.com/

Kimberly Howard

Out Rockin’ Constantly

Shyra Dawson (would not load)

Solving Problems

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Thanks for the comprehnsive list! Can you add mine to the list, please?

Mathematic Fanatic – 6th Grade Math Teacher

mathematicfanatic.wordpress.com

Thanks!

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Yeah Nice One, I like the Bloggers List, Surely I will be Back with by Blog

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