# Blog Carnival for Math Teachers at Play Number 48 Is Here - With a Fun Twist!

It's my turn, again, to host the very cool Math Teachers at Play Blog Carnival.

Fridays sometimes have a 50 Word Friday article with a special feature - exactly 50 words. I'm doing a variation of this - every sentence in this post has 15 words exactly.

### The requirement will be hard to meet, but I can do it with some effort!

Guillermo over at Mathematical Palette gives us some interesting uses of large numbers - very cool!

Maths Insider's Caroline gives us even more jobs that need math; now she's got 34!

Colleen Young notes: World Math Day is over but you can still get free games!

Mathematics and Multimedia explains with wonderful grace and clarity, leap year calculations - and their freakiness.

Malke shares her child's story of working the Hundred's Chart; I'm giddy to try it!

I'm pretty creeped out by the strange pi-alphabet correlation Virtual Math Tutor points out.

Lula, a homeschooling mom, shares her awesome perfect math curriculum; I'm loving her book recommendations!

Denise's brief review of Fermat's Enigma gives us a taste of that cool history book.

The clever folks at IMACS shared a fun little logic puzzle: go find Max's house!

Sue visited a second grade class and let them do problems their way - great story! Then she shared some curious insights into the world of memorizing math facts - very useful!

Bree is letting his class field the questions he's getting from colleagues - as professional mathematicians!

Math Hombre turned Yahtzee into a "be a mathematician" game; the kids enjoyed and learned! And who can resist Xavier Golden's amazing comic artistry of Mr. Slope Guy - my hero!

Gamble, roll the dice, learn some cool math and dice things at Natural Family Today!

Mr. Chase's rant on rationalizing and simplifying is correct, brilliant and familiar; he is me!

Tiger got to experience tangram puzzles free from "right" answers - pure creativity and learning here!

John refutes the ridiculous notion that Silicon Valley changes the "definition of mathematics" - as if...

Toddler Olympics are cute, fun and full of learning; these twins are Learners in Bloom! And they do math that inspires me to start more formally with Daughter - can't wait!

Cats and Qtips; parabolas and paths; Rebecka explains a quadratics lesson with the strangest supplies!

Frederick has created a (pretty hard) quiz for fun; don't try it when you're tired!

Do you have a math article on your site that involves some type of play? Share the post (and the url) in the comments section so we can enjoy it!

(Wow - that was a challenge that I'm not sure I'll ever want to take again!)

Oh - I use this word counter tool to do these word and character based articles!

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4 Responses to Blog Carnival for Math Teachers at Play Number 48 Is Here - With a Fun Twist!
1. Fantastic collection! Thanks for sharing the post from IMACS.
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• Bon

Thanks, Natasha!

2. Thanks for including the dice post from Natural Family Today!

• Bon

Of course. I LOVE dice. Not sure why, but there's a dice hoarder in me somewhere.

# Blog Carnival for Math Teachers at Play Number 48 Is Here - With a Fun Twist!

It's my turn, again, to host the very cool Math Teachers at Play Blog Carnival.

Fridays sometimes have a 50 Word Friday article with a special feature - exactly 50 words. I'm doing a variation of this - every sentence in this post has 15 words exactly.

### The requirement will be hard to meet, but I can do it with some effort!

Guillermo over at Mathematical Palette gives us some interesting uses of large numbers - very cool!

Maths Insider's Caroline gives us even more jobs that need math; now she's got 34!

Colleen Young notes: World Math Day is over but you can still get free games!

Mathematics and Multimedia explains with wonderful grace and clarity, leap year calculations - and their freakiness.

Malke shares her child's story of working the Hundred's Chart; I'm giddy to try it!

I'm pretty creeped out by the strange pi-alphabet correlation Virtual Math Tutor points out.

Lula, a homeschooling mom, shares her awesome perfect math curriculum; I'm loving her book recommendations!

Denise's brief review of Fermat's Enigma gives us a taste of that cool history book.

The clever folks at IMACS shared a fun little logic puzzle: go find Max's house!

Sue visited a second grade class and let them do problems their way - great story! Then she shared some curious insights into the world of memorizing math facts - very useful!

Bree is letting his class field the questions he's getting from colleagues - as professional mathematicians!

Math Hombre turned Yahtzee into a "be a mathematician" game; the kids enjoyed and learned! And who can resist Xavier Golden's amazing comic artistry of Mr. Slope Guy - my hero!

Gamble, roll the dice, learn some cool math and dice things at Natural Family Today!

Mr. Chase's rant on rationalizing and simplifying is correct, brilliant and familiar; he is me!

Tiger got to experience tangram puzzles free from "right" answers - pure creativity and learning here!

John refutes the ridiculous notion that Silicon Valley changes the "definition of mathematics" - as if...

Toddler Olympics are cute, fun and full of learning; these twins are Learners in Bloom! And they do math that inspires me to start more formally with Daughter - can't wait!

Cats and Qtips; parabolas and paths; Rebecka explains a quadratics lesson with the strangest supplies!

Frederick has created a (pretty hard) quiz for fun; don't try it when you're tired!

Do you have a math article on your site that involves some type of play? Share the post (and the url) in the comments section so we can enjoy it!

(Wow - that was a challenge that I'm not sure I'll ever want to take again!)

Oh - I use this word counter tool to do these word and character based articles!

This post may contain affiliate links. When you use them, you support us so we can continue to provide free content!

If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader.
4 Responses to Blog Carnival for Math Teachers at Play Number 48 Is Here - With a Fun Twist!
• Bon

Thanks, Natasha!

1. Thanks for including the dice post from Natural Family Today!

• Bon

Of course. I LOVE dice. Not sure why, but there's a dice hoarder in me somewhere.

# Blog Carnival for Math Teachers at Play Number 48 Is Here - With a Fun Twist!

It's my turn, again, to host the very cool Math Teachers at Play Blog Carnival.

Fridays sometimes have a 50 Word Friday article with a special feature - exactly 50 words. I'm doing a variation of this - every sentence in this post has 15 words exactly.

### The requirement will be hard to meet, but I can do it with some effort!

Guillermo over at Mathematical Palette gives us some interesting uses of large numbers - very cool!

Maths Insider's Caroline gives us even more jobs that need math; now she's got 34!

Colleen Young notes: World Math Day is over but you can still get free games!

Mathematics and Multimedia explains with wonderful grace and clarity, leap year calculations - and their freakiness.

Malke shares her child's story of working the Hundred's Chart; I'm giddy to try it!

I'm pretty creeped out by the strange pi-alphabet correlation Virtual Math Tutor points out.

Lula, a homeschooling mom, shares her awesome perfect math curriculum; I'm loving her book recommendations!

Denise's brief review of Fermat's Enigma gives us a taste of that cool history book.

The clever folks at IMACS shared a fun little logic puzzle: go find Max's house!

Sue visited a second grade class and let them do problems their way - great story! Then she shared some curious insights into the world of memorizing math facts - very useful!

Bree is letting his class field the questions he's getting from colleagues - as professional mathematicians!

Math Hombre turned Yahtzee into a "be a mathematician" game; the kids enjoyed and learned! And who can resist Xavier Golden's amazing comic artistry of Mr. Slope Guy - my hero!

Gamble, roll the dice, learn some cool math and dice things at Natural Family Today!

Mr. Chase's rant on rationalizing and simplifying is correct, brilliant and familiar; he is me!

Tiger got to experience tangram puzzles free from "right" answers - pure creativity and learning here!

John refutes the ridiculous notion that Silicon Valley changes the "definition of mathematics" - as if...

Toddler Olympics are cute, fun and full of learning; these twins are Learners in Bloom! And they do math that inspires me to start more formally with Daughter - can't wait!

Cats and Qtips; parabolas and paths; Rebecka explains a quadratics lesson with the strangest supplies!

Frederick has created a (pretty hard) quiz for fun; don't try it when you're tired!

Do you have a math article on your site that involves some type of play? Share the post (and the url) in the comments section so we can enjoy it!

(Wow - that was a challenge that I'm not sure I'll ever want to take again!)

Oh - I use this word counter tool to do these word and character based articles!

This post may contain affiliate links. When you use them, you support us so we can continue to provide free content!

If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader.
4 Responses to Blog Carnival for Math Teachers at Play Number 48 Is Here - With a Fun Twist!
• Bon

Thanks, Natasha!

1. Thanks for including the dice post from Natural Family Today!

• Bon

Of course. I LOVE dice. Not sure why, but there's a dice hoarder in me somewhere.

# Blog Carnival for Math Teachers at Play Number 48 Is Here - With a Fun Twist!

It's my turn, again, to host the very cool Math Teachers at Play Blog Carnival.

Fridays sometimes have a 50 Word Friday article with a special feature - exactly 50 words. I'm doing a variation of this - every sentence in this post has 15 words exactly.

### The requirement will be hard to meet, but I can do it with some effort!

Guillermo over at Mathematical Palette gives us some interesting uses of large numbers - very cool!

Maths Insider's Caroline gives us even more jobs that need math; now she's got 34!

Colleen Young notes: World Math Day is over but you can still get free games!

Mathematics and Multimedia explains with wonderful grace and clarity, leap year calculations - and their freakiness.

Malke shares her child's story of working the Hundred's Chart; I'm giddy to try it!

I'm pretty creeped out by the strange pi-alphabet correlation Virtual Math Tutor points out.

Lula, a homeschooling mom, shares her awesome perfect math curriculum; I'm loving her book recommendations!

Denise's brief review of Fermat's Enigma gives us a taste of that cool history book.

The clever folks at IMACS shared a fun little logic puzzle: go find Max's house!

Sue visited a second grade class and let them do problems their way - great story! Then she shared some curious insights into the world of memorizing math facts - very useful!

Bree is letting his class field the questions he's getting from colleagues - as professional mathematicians!

Math Hombre turned Yahtzee into a "be a mathematician" game; the kids enjoyed and learned! And who can resist Xavier Golden's amazing comic artistry of Mr. Slope Guy - my hero!

Gamble, roll the dice, learn some cool math and dice things at Natural Family Today!

Mr. Chase's rant on rationalizing and simplifying is correct, brilliant and familiar; he is me!

Tiger got to experience tangram puzzles free from "right" answers - pure creativity and learning here!

John refutes the ridiculous notion that Silicon Valley changes the "definition of mathematics" - as if...

Toddler Olympics are cute, fun and full of learning; these twins are Learners in Bloom! And they do math that inspires me to start more formally with Daughter - can't wait!

Cats and Qtips; parabolas and paths; Rebecka explains a quadratics lesson with the strangest supplies!

Frederick has created a (pretty hard) quiz for fun; don't try it when you're tired!

Do you have a math article on your site that involves some type of play? Share the post (and the url) in the comments section so we can enjoy it!

(Wow - that was a challenge that I'm not sure I'll ever want to take again!)

Oh - I use this word counter tool to do these word and character based articles!

This post may contain affiliate links. When you use them, you support us so we can continue to provide free content!

If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader.
4 Responses to Blog Carnival for Math Teachers at Play Number 48 Is Here - With a Fun Twist!
• Bon

Thanks, Natasha!

1. Thanks for including the dice post from Natural Family Today!

• Bon

Of course. I LOVE dice. Not sure why, but there's a dice hoarder in me somewhere.