My son has always loved math. Even when he was very little, he enjoyed reciting math facts aloud. He’s always been fascinated by random tidbits and interesting facts related to mathematics. He was pretty young when he first learned a method for counting to 1,023 on his fingers using the binary number system. Now, I don’t quite understand it all. (That’s why I had Joshua record the video below) I’m quite comfortable with our Base-Ten system, thank you very much. But if you can stretch your mind for a minute, imagine that the place values you know as “ones,” “tens,” and “hundreds” (multiples of tens) are actually multiples of 2!…
March 14, 3.14, is everyone’s favorite Pi (π) Day. In this post you will find a round-up of amazing videos, books, art projects, music, recipes, and math activities to delight all ages. Combine the glories of math with the deliciousness of pie (both dessert and savory)? I am All In!