Playful Math Snacks for May: Multiplication & Fraction Models

Printables-cover-mock-upDenise’s May “Let’s Play Math” newsletter went out last week to everyone who signed up for Tabletop Academy Press math updates, and again early this morning to everyone who signed up in the last week of May. This month’s issue featured a peek at the printable math model cards for the upcoming games book Math You Can Play: Multiplication & Fractions.

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Playful Math Snacks for April: Farey Fractions

Circumferències de FordDenise’s April “Let’s Play Math” newsletter went out early this morning to everyone who signed up for Tabletop Academy Press math updates. This month’s issue celebrated the 200th anniversary of the Farey Sequence.

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Updated Tips for Young Writers

From Teresa:

Where Do Writers Get Ideas?My latest “Fantasy Fiction” newsletter went out early this morning to everyone who signed up for Tabletop Academy Press fiction updates. This issue featured a link to my newly expanded promo booklet Where Do Writers Get Ideas?

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Playful Math Snacks for March: Math History

From Denise:

NumberPuzzles-300My March “Let’s Play Math” newsletter went out early this morning to everyone who signed up for Tabletop Academy Press math updates. This month’s issue focused on math history stories and puzzles, and it also included links to my newly expanded Math with Living Books pages.

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Playful Math Snacks for February: String Art

From Denise:

Mary Everest Boole first wrote about string art in 1904.
Mary Everest Boole first wrote about string art in her 1904 book, The preparation of the child for science.

My February “Let’s Play Math” newsletter went out early this morning to everyone who signed up for Tabletop Academy Press math updates. This month’s issue focused on string art, and it also included the latest update on the Let’s Play Math paperback edition. (Coming later this month!)

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Playful Math Snacks for November: Figurate Numbers

Figurate numbers are numbers that make shapes---in this case, a pentagon.
Figurate numbers are numbers that make shapes—in this case, a pentagon.

From Denise:

The November “Let’s Play Math” newsletter went out this morning to everyone who signed up for Tabletop Academy Press math updates. This month’s issue focused on figurate numbers, and it also included the latest updates on the Let’s Play Math paperback edition (coming in early 2016) and an invitation to sign up for our Book Review Team.

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Playful Math Snacks for October: Mental Math Games

Draft version of the new paperback edition cover. Coming in early 2016...
Draft version of the new paperback edition cover. Watch for it in 2016…

From Denise:

The October “Let’s Play Math” newsletter went out on Wednesday afternoon to everyone who signed up for Tabletop Academy Press math updates. This month’s issue focused on playing math games with your children, and it also included the latest updates on the Let’s Play Math paperback edition (coming not quite as soon as we’d hoped).

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