## Math Teachers at Play 65: Teach, Learn and Enjoy

Welcome to the 65th edition of Math Teachers at Play. First let us have some trivia about 65. First, 65 is the smallest integer that can be expressed as the sum of two distinct positive squares in two ways 65 = 82 + 12 = 72 + 42. Second, 65 is the length of the hypotenuse of 4 different Pythagorean Triangles:  652 = 162 + 632 = 332 + 562 = 392 + 522 = 252 + 602. Third, 65=15+24+33+42+51. Lastly, 65 is the traditional age for retirement in the United States, the United Kingdom, and other countries including my beloved Philippines.

And now, let the math carnival begin!

Math Teachers at Play 65 Entries

Ing shares how she prepares her 5-year old to before studying preschool elementary. I really like her activity on Number Bonds in her blog Inspirations.

Given a shape made of straight lines, can you fold a piece of paper that you can cut out the shape with one straight line? This is Bowman Dickson’s One Cut Problem in his blog Bowman in Arabia. » Read more

## Math Teachers at Play 47

The 47th edition of the Math Teachers at Play Blog Carnival is now live at Math Hombre.

The Math and Multimedia Carnival is also accepting submissions for its 21st edition. If you have a blog about school mathematics, mathematics teaching, integration of technology in teaching mathematics, or any related blog, you may submit them here on or before March 18, 2012. You might also want to visit the following carnival links:

## Math Teachers at Play Blog Carnival Deadline

Mathematics and Multimedia will be hosting the Mathematics Teachers at Play Blog Carnival #34. If you have articles or blogs about anything mathematics, you can submit it here. The deadline of submission will be on January 19, 2011, and the post date will be on January 21, 2-11.
The Mathematics Teacher at Play was organized by Denise of Let’s Play Math.

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If you are a blogger and you wanted to promote your blog, hosting a carnival is one of the most effective ways.  If you are interested to host the Mathematics and Multimedia Carnival, contact me at mathandmultimedia@gmail.com.

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