The following are some of the resources that students used in the classroom. There are probably numerous other resources that students used throughout their projects from the internet, family and friends.
Resources for Math Games (Photos, Project Ideas)
For the math games most students looked for game ideas from those that they have played throughout the years and made adjustments to make it math (or came up with something completely original). Resources that they would have used for the math questions would have come from their notes throughout the year and from their textbook.
Resources for Puzzles (Photos, Project Ideas)
1. Fisher, Lyle. (1982). Super Problems. Dale
Seymour Publications, California.
2. Fair, Jan. (1987). Tangram Treasury. Cuisenaire Company of America, Inc., New York.
3. Jones, Grant. (1994). The Puzzling World of Tangrams and Pentominoes. Exclusive Educational Products, Ontario.
4. Robbins, Alan. (1989). 3D Puzzles. Dell Trade Paperback, New York.
Resources for Math Art (Photos, Project Ideas)
1. Ellison, Elaine; Venters, Diana. (1999). Mathematical
Quilts. Key Curriculum Press, California.
2. Laycock, Mark. (1970). Dual Discovery Thru Straw Polyhedra. Creative Publications Inc., California.
3. Pohl, Victoria. (1986). How to Enrich Geometry Using String Designs. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Virginia.
The group who worked on origami used a teacher's guide to Origami in Mathematics created by Jonathan Chigier, Jennifer Harvey, Heather Martin, Kelly Throp, and Margo Wamboldt.
4. Seymour, Dale; Silvey, Linda; Snider, Joyce. (1974). Line Designs. Creative Publications Inc., California.
5. Wiltshire, Alan. (1989). Symmetry Patterns. Tarquin Publication, Norfolk.
Resources for Platonic Solids (Photos, Project Ideas)
Students had a volunteer come into the school to help them create the platonic solids (create the nets and then put them together). A lot of the research as to what the platonic solids mean and stand for was done throughout the internet.
Resources for History and Math (Photos, Project Ideas)
1. Cooney, Miriam. (1996). Celebrating Women in Mathematics and Science. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Virginia.