One last call for the Playful Math Education Blog Carnival

I hope to publish the March 2020 Playful Math Education Blog Carnival tomorrow. If you’ve recently seen any web site that shares and explains some aspect of mathematics or mathematics education that interested or delighted you, please, share it with me, so I can share it with more people. If you do, please, let me know of your own projects, besides that, so I can mention that to this month’s audience. Thank you.

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

6 thoughts on “One last call for the Playful Math Education Blog Carnival”

      1. I owe you many thanks, not least because this has caused me to check and find that whatever problem had kept Safari from connecting to Twitter has passed and I can read things again.

        … To counterbalance this, it’s not letting me connect to Comics Kingdom, which is honestly the site I need more often, though. This is probably coincidental.


  1. I recently started a series on “Homeschool Math Challenging Puzzles”:
    Mainly aimed at students from age 8 to 10 (Grade 2 to 4), but of course students of other ages are also very welcome to try it out.
    So far there are only 3 questions (possibly I may add around 1 per month):



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