Did You Get Your Playful Math Snacks?

Mary Everest Boole first wrote about string art in 1904.
Mary Everest Boole first wrote about string art in her 1904 book, The preparation of the child for science.

My February “Let’s Play Math” newsletter went out early this morning to everyone who signed up for Tabletop Academy Press math updates. This month’s issue focused on string art, and it also included the latest update on the Let’s Play Math paperback edition. (Coming later this month!)

If you didn’t see it, check your Updates or Promotions tab (in Gmail) or your Spam folder. And to make sure you get all the future newsletters, add “Denise at Tabletop Academy Press” [Tabletop Academy Press @ gmail.com, without spaces] to your contacts or address book.

And if you missed this month’s edition, no worries—‌there will be more playful math snacks next month. Click the link below to sign up today, and we’ll send you our free math and writing booklets, too!
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As a Bonus: Newsletter subscribers are always the first to hear about new books, revisions, and sales or other promotions.

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