Complete List of Math Teachers at Play Carnivals

Let’s Play Math is an amazing blog hosted by Denise (I can’t find her last name). It is a haven of mathematical ideas and resources, both in teaching and learning school mathematics. Let’s Play Math is also the host (together with some other bloggers) of a  popular K-12 Math Blog Carnival on the internet, The Math Teachers at Play Blog Carnival.

Lately, I want to read the Math Teachers at Play Carnival, but I had a hard time looking for previous posts. To help myself and other readers, I have written the complete list of the carnivals linking to each issue.

I also started submitting my articles since Math Carnival #23, and several of my articles were accepted. I hope my list will help you find good reading materials.

No Title Accepted entries from my blog
1 Math Teachers at Play 1
2 Math Teachers at Play 2
3 Math Teachers at Play 3
4 Math Teachers at Play 4
5 Math Teachers at Play 5
6 Math Teachers at Play 6
7 Math Teachers at Play 7
8 Math Teachers at Play 8
9 Math Teachers at Play 9
10 Math Teachers at Play 10
11 Math Teachers at Play 11
12 Math Teachers at Play 12
13 Math Teachers at Play 13
14 Math Teachers at Play 14
15 Math Teachers at Play 15
16 Math Teachers at Play 16
17 Math Teachers at Play 17
18 Math Teachers at Play 18
19 Math Teachers at Play 19
20 Math Teachers at Play 20
21 Math Teachers at Play 21
22 Math Teachers at Play 22
23 Math Teachers at Play 23 An Intuitive Introduction to Limits
24 Math Teachers at Play 24
25 Math Teachers at Play 25 Tessellation: The Mathematics of Tiling
26 Math Teachers at Play 26 Introduction to the Concept of Functions
27 Math Teachers at Play 27 Rational and Irrational Numbers
28 Math Teachers at Play 28 Introduction to Permutations
29 Math Teachers at Play 29 Making Sense of Exponential Growth

Happy reading to everyone!

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19 thoughts on “Complete List of Math Teachers at Play Carnivals

  1. Wow! Thanks for the compilation. The blog carnival site also links to past and future carnivals—click the appropriate tab. We had a glitch (uh, we simply lost count!) that resulted in two “15th” carnivals and the mis-numbering of #16 and #17, which was finally corrected by skipping #18.

    We try to include all legitimate blog posts, but we receive nearly 5 spams for every real submission. Unfortunately, that means a good entry can get lost in the flood. If we miss your submission, you can either email the host directly (he or she may add it back in) or just try again for the next edition.

  2. You’re welcome.

    Oh, so there’s a list. I didn’t find this one. I am really know to the blog carnival website.

    I am having a hard time to distinguish spam from real submissions. There was this sites that just seem to advertising, etc., which i think is a spam. How do you deal with these things? Any tips?

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