Playful Math Education Carnival 119 at Three J’s Learning

Check out the new playful math blog carnival at Three J’s Learning blog. Joshua put together a great collection of math games, activities, and teaching tips:

The carnival features a “square dancing” puzzle, strategy game discussions, divisibility rules, fake theorems, and mathematical oceans in disguise. And much more!

Click here to go read the carnival blog

And if you’re a blogger, be sure to submit your blog post for next month’s carnival!

Past carnivals are still full of mathy treasure. See them all on Pinterest:


CREDITS: Carnival photos (above) by Scott Trento and Craig Smith on Unsplash.

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Playful Math Education Carnival 118 at Math Mama Writes

Check out the latest carnival of playful math for all ages:

Each monthly carnival brings you a great new collection of puzzles, math conversations, crafts, teaching tips, and all sorts of mathy fun. It’s like a free online magazine of mathematical adventures. What fun!

Sue VanHattum put together this carnival of evergreen links — helpful and inspiring no matter when you read them.

This carnival offers summer math resources, a four-4s puzzle, set theory for kids, magic math books, fresh insight into the Math War game, counting challenges, and the Fundamental Theorem of calculus. And more!

Click Here to Read the Carnival Blog

Want to Join in the Fun?

Do you have a favorite blog post about math activities, games, lessons, or hands-on fun? The Playful Math Blog Carnival would love to feature your article!

We welcome math topics from preschool through the first year of calculus. Old posts are welcome, as long as they haven’t been published in past editions of this carnival.

To submit a blog article for consideration, fill out this form:

Yes! Please Share My Post

Have you noticed a new math blogger on your block that you’d like to introduce to the rest of us? Feel free to submit another blogger’s post in addition to your own. Beginning bloggers are often shy about sharing, but like all of us, they love finding new readers.


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