Friday, February 15, 2013

Buell Children's Museum

The Mysterious Math Carnival


http://www.sdc-arts.org/buellchildrensmuseum.html




 The Buell Children's Museum made life sized versions of the toys from my new e-Book "The Mysterious Math Carnival for an exhibit.

http://www.sdc-arts.org/buell_current.html


Kids can roll the turtles in  The Turtle Arcade.
 


Feed the Picky Parrot




 Grumpy Monkeys






And the kids can play "Counting Clown Fish"



They even filled a display case with all my paper toys. I am tickled pink.

The Mysterious Math Carnival will be available to buy as a PDF download soon. Let's make math fun!

Wishing you a creative week,

Marilyn.

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"A mind is a fire to be kindled, not a vessel to be filled."  ~ Plutarch

7 comments:

  1. Maz, this is absolutely wonderful! I'm tickled pink for you! xx

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  2. This is marvelous. My daughter home schools my grandchildren and I can't wait to start making these Math Toys for them to use! I used to love to teach math to first graders using games and toys! Thank you! What a wonderful display that is!

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  3. Tell me more!
    I'm a student of your moms, now in charge of my own class of Kinders!
    (Year 14 for me!)

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  4. Sara, Here's a link to the book.

    http://www.thetoymaker.com/7STORE/MMC/MysteriousMathCarnival.html

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  5. Oooh. Does this mean that the Kickstarter bonus whatsits are going to be coming out soon? Inquiring minds want to know as I have an *awesome* school teacher whose going to get one!

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    1. Ms. Hobbit, did you order an eBook and not get it or would you like to buy one? Let me know! Thanks! Marilyn.

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