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Too bad #JensenAckles' birthday is March 1st, if it were just 13 days later.. I'm pretty sure either the world would end or our #Supernatural fandom would explode. Either way, I'll have a slice for #DeanWinchester!♡♡♡ -S #dean #sam #pie #spnfamily #spn #fandom #supernatural #winchesters

So, March every year is Pi day. As in π not pie the delicious yummy treat. So, all the math geeks get their own day! But, March in the year 2015 will be super uber cool.

Dinosaur eggs!
 You will need:
 ■ 1 1/4 cups dirt
 ■ 1 1/4 cups of flour
 ■ 3/4 cups salt
 ■ 1/2 cup sand
 ■ Water
 ■ Plastic Dinosaurs

Make your own dinosaur eggs, fun preschool craft 1 cups dirt 1 cups of flour cups salt cup sand Water Plastic Dinosaurs

Japanese kids learn to multiply with a completely different method than the one kids in the US do. The Japanese math voodoo/magic is more of a visual technique where you draw lines and count the intersections.

Quickly Multiply Big Numbers the Japanese Way

The Charitable-Industrial Complex - NYTimes.com  Thanks but easy to say let's deconstruct the system. Difficult to give ideas, to invest in, and to lead the charge to do it. So how about an editorial on that or at least an acknowledgement of the people already working on it.

The Charitable-Industrial Complex

As if LEGOs weren’t enough of an awesome childhood toy, one teacher has found another awesome educational/developmental use for this super-toy – as a math education aid! Alycia Zimmerman, a 3rd-grade teacher in New York, uses them to explain fractions, squares and other mathematical concepts. “In the classroom, the tiny bricks are now my favorite …

Teacher Uses Legos As a Mathematical Learning Aid For Schoolchildren culturenlifestyle: “A teacher in New York, Alycia Zimmerman has recently discovered that apart from being one of the most.

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