Every time I put together a Playful Math Education Blog Carnival, it becomes my favorite blog post of all time.
At least until the next edition.
I’m always delighted by the posts I discover. There’s so much richness in the math blogging community. This month’s carnival is no different.
I think you’re going to love it!
Hint of Things to Come
The Paul Klee painting above is from the carnival. Isn’t it beautiful?
In the carnival post, I use the image to complement a math activity about graphs.
But I think it’s also a wonderful reminder of how connections (between individual bloggers or between math topics in a carnival) make a richer whole than any of us could create on our own.
Would You Like to Help?
We need volunteers! Classroom teachers, homeschoolers, unschoolers, or anyone who likes to play around with math (even if the only person you “teach” is yourself) — if you would like to take a turn hosting the Playful Math Carnival, please speak up!
CREDITS: “Geöffneter Berg” by Paul Klee, 1914 via John Golden’s (Mathhombre) Miscellanea.