I shouldn’t keep hiding the Playful Math Education Carnivals from you

I have not had the time or energy to host the Playful Math Education Carnival for a while now. I hope that changes but I don’t know when it will. Still, there is no good reason for me not to let you know when Denise Gaskins’ project, of gathering educational or recreational or just delightful mathematics links, has a new edition.

Nature Study Australia, which started as a nature-study and activity blog, hosts the most recent essay. It’s the 156th of the sequence, and so starts with the sorts of fun facts abou the number 156. From there it spreads into calculation tricks and practices, and eventually into the games and activities that highlight these sequences.

If you should write about mathematics even just sometimes, you might consider hosting the blog. It’s a worthwhile challenge, and you can sign up for future months at Denise Gaskins’s blog.

Author: Joseph Nebus

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

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