Are You Reading This in Your Email?

My old email-feed server is closing down. If you’ve been receiving my blog posts in your email inbox, that stops at the end of this month.

You may have thought it stopped already, since my blog has been so slow lately. But no, that’s just me. I’m trying to finish a few books in time for a back-to-school promotion. Whenever I’m working on a book, it seems like everything else falls away. But I promise I will get back to posting new playful math ideas here.

In fact, there’s a HUGE new blog carnival coming soon, with all sorts of great ways to play math with your kids. Watch for it!

For those who want to continue receiving my blog updates, you have two options…

(1) Join My Email Newletter

I send out updates about once a month, and I always include some sort of playful math activity you can use with your kids.

New subscribers also receive an 8-week email course with playful math tips, activities, games, and book excerpts. And you’ll be one of the first to hear about my new math books, revisions, and sales or other promotions.

Click Here To Join My Newsletter List

(2) Get My Blog Feed in Your Inbox

If you want to receive new blog posts by email, but you don’t want any other updates, then use this form:

WordPress will drop a note in your inbox whenever I post something new on the blog.

Whichever solution you choose, I’m so glad we’ve had a chance to chat math together through my blog. I hope you’ll continue exploring the creative side of math with your kids for many years to come!

CREDITS: Cat photo (top) by Jared via Flickr (CC BY 2.0).

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