# Math Teachers at Play: Bonus

June 20, 2010

In case you’re following this blog in an RSS reader or other method that will alert you to new posts, but not to changes to existing posts: check out the bonus post just added to the latest Math Teachers at Play. (I missed one when putting it together originally.)

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Ok. Thanks!

Sorry for two posts in a row. I was looking for a RSS button on your page and was unable to find one. How can I get this blogs rss?

Thanks for the posts.

~Garret

math games for the classroom

Learning is more than just merely filling a cup it is the lighting of a fire!

Try https://mathmomblog.wordpress.com/feed/ — I believe that that is standard for all wordpress blogs

I have had a lot of success with a grass growing project that I created. A WordPress widget allowed me to upload the files onto my blog (super excited!) The project links concepts of ecology to algebra, and engages my students more than any other lesson I have created. I’m very happy to be able to share it with everyone [who reads my blog and teaches algebra] 🙂

Students love watching their grass grow and taking care of it, so much so that they forget to complain about the algebra! I hope you check it out!

Thanks. I’ll try to add the RSS feed for future references.

Hi

Your site is really intresting, will add it to my blogroll…hope that’s ok.

I have a almost similar site of puzzles, pls check it and if you find it useful,

then please provide a link back

http://puzzles4you.blogspot.com/

Thanks

Eldhose

Very interesting blog. I’ll subscribe to your RSS feed and hope to read more interesting post about Math.

Hi,

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Lhurey

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