created by Christine Treptau

University of Regina

- Welland Canal Math Trail/ Niagra Falls
- This site shows a fully developed trail recommended for grades 3-8.

- National Math Trail
- Math Trail Central! This page is were many of the trails start. Any information you need about the trails will be here.
- Pottsboro Middle School Math Trails
- Designed by the grade 8 class, these trails explore many different areas of Pottsboro, Texas. Grades 5-10
- Illuminations Virtual Math Trail
- This virtual tour of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art uses the architecture and art to create their math trail. Grades 5-12
- Virtual Architectural Math Trail
- Created during a conference in Australia, this trail looks at the mathematics in the architecture in Chicago. Grades 4-12
- McCallie School Math Trail
- This is an excellent example of the work that students can do using math trails. Each group of students developed questions about one area of Chattanooga, Tenessee then combined them all to create one big math trail. Grades 5-12
- Philadelphia Math Trail
- Designed for secondary students, this site shows a great example of a group assignment using the math trail. Grades 6-12
- Freedom Trail
- Using Boston's Freedom trail, this site describes a math trail developed for the students. Even though the trail and questions are not fully shown on the site, it is still a good example of this type of activity. Grades 6-12

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