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Math Teachers at Play #89 via Mrs. E Teaches Math

Math Teachers at Play89From elementary addition to polar coordinates in high school — and all sorts of games, activities, and investigations in between — there’s plenty of fun to be had at this month’s math education carnival. Mrs. E has collected more than twenty great blog posts for us to enjoy:

Welcome to the 89th edition of Math Teachers at Play (MTaP) Blog Carnival! MTaP is a monthly blog carnival with a collection of tips, games, and activities for teachers of students of all ages … Click here to read the whole post at Mrs. E Teaches Math.

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Do You Blog About Math?

by Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com

It’s carnival time again. Activities, games, lessons, hands-on fun — if you’ve written a blog post about math, we’d love to have you join our Math Teachers at Play (MTaP) math education blog carnival.

Posts must be relevant to students or teachers of school-level mathematics (that is, anything from preschool up through first-year calculus). Old posts are welcome, as long as they haven’t been published in past editions of this carnival.

Don’t procrastinate: The deadline for entries is this Friday, August 21. The carnival will be posted next week at Mrs. E Teaches Math.

Would You Like to Host the Carnival?

Hosting the blog carnival can be a lot of work, but it’s fun to “meet” new bloggers through their submissions. And there’s a side-benefit: The carnival usually brings a nice little spike in traffic to your blog. If you think you’d like to join in the fun, read the instructions on our Math Teachers at Play page. Then leave a comment or email me to let me know which month you’d like to take.

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Math(s) Teachers at Play #88 via mathematicsandcoding

From elementary to high school, manipulatives to Minecraft, there’s plenty of fun to be had at this month’s math education blog carnival:

Enjoy!
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So, here is issue 88 of the Math(s) Teachers at Play blog carnival. This acts as a round up of some cool blog posts that have been published since issue 87 over at cavmaths. As usual people have submitted entries, which I will supplement with some posts that I have really enjoyed reading in the last few weeks.

Click here to read the blog carnival post at mathematicsandcoding.


[Feature photo (top) by Pratham Books, 88 cards photo by Bailey Weaver, both via Flickr (CC BY 2.0).]

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Education Bloggers: Share Your Post!

photo by Omar Omar via flickr
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If you are a homeschooler or classroom teacher, student or independent learner, or anyone else who writes about math, now is the time to send in your favorite blog post for next week’s Math Teachers at Play (MTaP) math education blog carnival.

Don’t procrastinate: The deadline for entries is this Friday, July 24. The carnival will be posted next week at mathematicsandcoding.

If you haven’t written anything about math lately, here are some ideas to get your creative juices flowing…

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Math Teachers at Play #87 via CavMaths

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Puzzles, comics, problem-solving, and mathy conversations with kids‌—‌you’ll find all this and more at the new math education blog carnival. Check it out, click some links, and enjoy!

Hello, and welcome to the 87th Edition of the monthly blog carnival “Math(s) Teachers at Play”. For those of you unaware, a blog carnival is a periodic post that travels from blog to blog. They take the form of a compilation post and contain links to current and recent posts on a similar topic. This is one of two English language blog carnivals around mathematics…

This month has been fairly busy in the way of maths blogs and we have a treat for you, so to start the carnival here are the submissions we received…

Click here to go read Math(s) Teachers at Play 87.

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Math Teachers and Homeschool Bloggers: We Want You!

chica usando ordenador[Photo by Olga Berrios via flickr.]

Do you have a favorite blog post about math activities, games, lessons, or hands-on fun? The Math Teachers at Play (MTaP) math education blog carnival would love to feature your article!

We welcome math topics from preschool through the first year of calculus. Old posts are welcome, as long as they haven’t been published in past editions of this carnival.

Don’t procrastinate: The deadline for entries is Friday, June 19. The carnival will be posted next week at CavMaths.

Would You Like to Host the Carnival?

Hosting the blog carnival is fun because you get to “meet” new bloggers through their submissions. And there’s a side-benefit: The carnival often brings a nice little spike in traffic to your blog. If you think you’d like to join in the fun, read the instructions on our Math Teachers at Play page. Then leave a comment or email me to let me know which month you’d like to take.

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Math Teachers at Play #85 via ZenoMath

Feature photo above by epSos .de via Flickr (CC BY 2.0).

There’s a feast of mathematical games and activities at this month’s Math Teachers at Play blog carnival Enjoy!

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Math Teachers at Play is a monthly blog carnival that compiles posts from several blogs under the theme of teaching math in unique and innovative ways. We’re thrilled to partner with them this edition and couldn’t help ourselves from including some interesting trivia and riddles centered on our edition number – Happy Number 86!

Happy Numbers are numbers whose digits are such that – when squared and added iteratively, the number 1 is reached. For example,

82 + 62 = 100
12 + 02 + 02 = 1
So 86 is a happy number!

Click here to read the carnival post at ZenoMath.

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