We need more math where people can find it, play with it, and enjoy it. We are excited to introduce our newest project: MathHappens in the Newspaper. Elizabeth Wrightsman is heading this project and the rest of the team will be contributing ideas, layouts, and landing pages for additional activities (accessible from QR codes). Below you’ll find an up to

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## Take and Make: Angle Sum Set

This is a fantastic way to layout this problem posted on twitter by Olivier Longuet and pointed out to me by Ralph Pantozzi. The drawing progression is on the right or you can etch the left (blank) onto wood, and add the finished pieces as you figure it out. Our files are here if you want a jpg, svg, Corel

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## Math in the NY Times At Home Section

We were happy to have a submission to the NY Times accepted for publication. We wrote some directions for making a Sonobe cube and if you make 27, you can make the parts of a Soma made some graphics files, but the editorial team makes it all look beautiful. Also the photographer is pretty amazing! We also had a nice

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## Special Delivery! Math Activities.

We are finding new ways to get math activities to our K-12 students and families in Austin. Today we are providing three models to families served by Jose Carrasco and the Dobie Family Resource Center in north Austin: A geometry activity set that can be used for young children learning shapes and for middle schoolers and even high school. It

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