Our authors form a rich community: math circle leaders, homeschoolers, passionate teachers, and other math enthusiasts, all trying in their own ways to spread the love of math.

**Math circles **are groups of people working on math problems together, in which the leader does not ‘teach material’ but proposes intriguing problems to solve, and facilitates the students’ problem solving process. Check out some coolness at:

- The Math Circle (in the Boston area)
- Bay Area Circle for Teachers
- National Association of Math Circles (directory)
- Talking Stick Math Circle
- Becoming Invisible, by Bob Kaplan and friends (an excerpt from
*Playing With Math*)

**Homeschoolers** are teaching themselves more math, so they can help their kids to enjoy math.

- LivingMath website and Yahoo group
- Let's Play Math! blog

**Passionate Teachers** are blogging about math. Check out...

**Books**about math are getting much more fun than they used to be, there are so many great math books to explore!

**More Math Fun**

- Math Festivals
- Math Midway
- Math Trails, in NY City, in Canada, in South Bend

The **Internet** is exploding with math!

- Math Playground (games)
- Coolmath (games)
- TED Talks on math
- Wolfram Alpha
- YouTube: silly songs, ...
- Vi Hart's videos
- Math Munch