I apologize for not noticing sooner. The 144th edition of the Playful Math Education Blog Carnival published a couple weeks ago. I’ve been distracted. Denise Gaskins, organizer of the blog carnival, hosted it this time.

The Playful Math Education Blog Carnival is a collection of posts about mathematics that are educational or recreational or delightful or just fun. This isn’t an exclusive or. There’s a good chance at least some posts will interest you. Some may be useful if you ever need to teach or communicate mathematics to an audience.

The blog has a new host every month. Math Hombre is scheduled to host this month’s. And if you’d like to host yourself, the rest of the year is available. Hosting one is a challenging exercise, but worthwhile. I’ve hosted a couple of times, most recently in September. It encourages me, at least, to look at my mathematics reading with different goals in mind. Even if you’re not up to the challenge of hosting, you can submit a blog — your own, or another’s — for inclusion in the monthly carnival. It helps people who might see something educational or delightful. And it helps whoever the host is.

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