My March “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 math history stories and puzzles, and it also included links to my newly expanded Math with Living Books pages:
- Books for Parents and Other Teachers
A bookshelf full of math activities for your family, classroom, or math club.
- Picture Books and Early Readers
From counting books to math history, picture books offer a gentle introduction to a variety of topics. Elementary and middle school students will also enjoy many of these.
- Elementary and Middle School
Patterns, puzzles, games, and activities — here are plenty of ideas to get your children playing around with math.
- Problem Solving and Math Circles
From the elementary puzzles to Olympiad-level stumpers, the problems in these books will intrigue and challenge your students.
- High School and Beyond
These histories, biographies, and explanations of mathematical concepts are written for an adult general audience, so most of them assume no mathematical knowledge beyond a vague memory of high school.
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