Welcome Lucky Math Month: World Maths Day 2010 and More
Spring arrived early here in the Pacific Northwest — even though it’s only the end of February, flowers are blooming and the sun is shining. Even if you’re still snowed in and fighting frigid temperatures, bring in spring with our new March kids’ calendar: Lucky Math Month!
March Math Days and Highlights
World Maths Day 2010: March 3
Start prepping your kids now for World Maths Day 2010! It’s the biggest math competition in the world, where kids compete and solve math problems from across the globe in “real time.” Uniting the world for the sake of math is a powerful idea, so we encourage all of our readers to get ready for World Math Day or, as they call it around most of the globe: World Maths Day! Register your child or classroom on the World Math Day website.
World Math Day Video
Tune into DreamBox Learning for all the World Math Day highlights as they happen! You can also keep updated by reading the Ambassadors’ Official Blog. And please comment below if your child will be joining in on the fun.
National Pi Day: March 14
On March 14, enjoy a slice of your favorite pie in honor of Pi Day. But first, measure its diameter! On Pi day, tweet your favorite flavor of pie to @DreamBox_Learn.
St. Patrick’s Day: March 17
Top of the morning to you. It wouldn’t be lucky math month without St. Patrick’s Day! Welcome spring with our Pot of Golden math games and fun activities.
We hope you enjoy the DreamBox March’s math activity calendar. Whether you’re enjoying unseasonably warm spring temperatures as we are, or still walking through a winter wonderland, you’ll have fun kids’ math activities on the fridge all month long.
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