MathHappens in the Newspaper: The Austin Chronicle

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We need more math where people can find it, play with it, and enjoy it.  We are very excited to have Tangrams in this weeks’ Austin Chronicle and very excited for the next nine entries.  Elizabeth Wrightsman is heading our newspaper project and we are all contributing with ideas, layouts, and landing pages (accessible from QR codes) for additional activities.  We hope it’s a success.

 


Week 1: ‘Tangram Puzzle’ by Josephine Sheng.   Find her additional activities including a printable Tangram set and design contest here.


 

Week 2: ‘Heart from a circle and square’ by Viyang Shah.   Find his additional activities including a printable and design contest here.


 

Week 3: ‘Shape Sodoku’ by Any Nguyen. Find his additional activities and Sodoku contest here.


Week 4: ’64=65′ by Michelle Tat. Find her additional activities and contest here.

 

Week 5: ‘Path Puzzle’ by Elizabeth Wrightsman. Find her additional activities here.


 

Week 6: ‘Land Grab’ by Josephine Sheng. Find her additional activities here.


 

Week 7: Napier’s Bones by Viyang Shah and Lauren Siegel. For additional instructions, go to this link.


 

Week 8: “Which One Doesn’t Belong?” by Mark Kaercher. For additional activities, go to this link.


 

Week 9: Moscow Puzzles by Lauren Siegel. Find additional activities here.


Week 10: Finding Areas By Michelle Tat. Find additional activities here.


Week 11: Multiplication with Lines by Anh Nguyen. For more on this activity, go to this link.


Week 12: Latin American Geometric Art by Lauren Siegel. For additional information, go to this link.

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