Ok, so I know a few of you have been asking about where to get resources to learn higher level math. Obviously, school isn’t the place for the stuff we’re talking about. There are many math and science websites, youtube channels, and books waiting to be absorbed. What I want to do is make a list of all of the resources on the internet, and also separate them into categories. Thanks!

**List Ideas and Tools Below:**

**YouTube Channels:**

Numberphile: covers multiple math types/formulas

Vsauce: miscellaneous math

Vsauce2: miscellaneous math

Vsauce3: miscellaneous math

TED-Ed: great problems/riddles along with clear and accessible explanations afterwards (has much other content too)

**Math Websites:**

Khan Academy (science courses and math courses, ie. Geometry, Higher Algebra, Trig, and Calculus)

**Math Books:**

Hyperspace: Michio Kaku (334 pages)

Things to Make and Do in the 4th Dimension: Matt Parker (453 pages)

What if?: Randall Munroe (295 pages)

Professor Stewart’s Cabinet of Mathematical Curiosities: Ian Stuart (310 pages)

Dark Energy: Yun Wang (227 pages)

A History of Pi: Petr Beckmann (189 pages)

Prime Curios!: Chris K. Caldwell & G. L. Honaker, Jr. (304 pages)

The Joy of Pi: David Blatner (123 pages)

Murderous Maths series: Kjartan Poskitt (very accessible maths with lots of humour for everyone)

**Other:**

math.stackexchange.com Q&A for maths

**Games/Edu-tainment:**

(All of these are kid-friendly)

- Coolmath games – has games that incorporate maths and fun
- Super Maths World – has more multiple choice type games

(Both of these also have non-maths focused games) They’re designed for desktop although you might be able to use them on your iDevice if you use a browser like Puffin (I don’t remember if they use Flash or anything, but Flash works on Puffin)