The School Science and Mathematics Association publishes monographs in two series: Classroom Activities and Topics for Teachers. Classroom Activities provide science and mathematics activities for use in the classroom and are primarily intended for K-12 classroom teachers. Topics for Teachers present research-based emphasize leadership issues and/or targeted science and mathematics educators and school leaders.

Classroom Activities Monograph Series

SSMILes (School Science and Mathematics Integrated Lessons). (1997).
These integrated science and mathematics lessons, from past issues of School Science and Mathematics, include thirty (30) lessons indexed by grade level ranges (Preschool – 12). 191 pp.

Spreadsheets in Mathematics and Science Teaching. (1992).
These lessons include spreadsheet usage and design, along with classroom strategies and the introduction of templates for student use. 118 pp.

Activities for Teaching K-6 Math/Science Concepts. (1989).
These activities classroom-tested lessons in reproducible pages. 42 pp.

Problem Solving with Number Patterns. (1987).
This unique activity book with activities in the first section and answers in the second. It is an integration of number problems and geometry and an excellent resource book for use in student discovery. It is more appropriate for elementary and secondary school. 158 pp.

Topics for Teachers Monograph Series

Conference Plenary Papers. (1994).
NSF/SSMA Wingspread Conference Proceedings: A Network for integrated Science and Mathematics for Teaching and Learning. These are five papers written by leading educators and science, mathematics technology, and cognitive science reflecting their perspective on the integrated science and mathematics education. 82 pp.

A Bibliography of Integrated Science and Mathematics Teaching and Learning Literature. (1992).
This comprehensive bibliography of literature related to the integration of science and mathematics education (published from 1905-1991 in School Science and Mathematics and other leading journals) is organized according to the areas of curriculum, instruction, research, curriculum-instruction, and curriculum-evaluation. 64 pp.

Interactions of Science and Mathematics. (1980).
These include activities to illustrate content interrelationships, especially in the physical sciences. 185 pp.