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.*