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## Carnivals in Mathtown

At last count there were four Carnivals that focus on or welcome Math-related articles:

## Carnival of Mathematics

The grand-daddy of Math carnivals. Anything goes if it's Math-related. The current edition is here. The submission page is here.

## Math Teachers at Play

Sister carnival to the Carnival of Mathematics.

"Tips, tidbits, games, and activities for students and teachers of preschool to high school mathematics."

The current edition is here. The submission form is here.

## Carnival of Homeschooling

I've had various articles included in this very Math-friendly carnival. The current edition is here and the submission page is here.

## Mathematics and Multimedia

A brand new carnival.

The articles with the following emphasis will be given priority:

- connections between and among different topics in mathematics as well connection to other fields
- use of mathematics in solving real life problems
- clear, non-bookish conceptual explanations of topics, particularly those which are hard to teach and difficult to learn
- integration of technology in teaching mathematics
- introduction of new software, Web 2.0 technologies, as well as software tutorials

More information at Mathematics and Multimedia. The submission page is here.

DeniseJuly 5th, 2010 - 08:27

There are several homeschooling carnivals that would be open to math articles, especially about games, puzzles, or activities that help children learn. For instance, try the Hands on Homeschool carnival. Others are listed in my blog’s sidebar widget.

SolJuly 5th, 2010 - 19:38

Denise – Very good to know that there are even more blogs that welcome Math articles. Thanks.

GuillermoJuly 6th, 2010 - 21:53

Thank you for including Mathematics and Multimedia.