Math Storytelling Day - 2021-09-25
What is Math Storytelling Day?
On September 25th, Math Storytelling Day encourages everyone to tell math-based stories. This is a day to acknowledge the many ways that math enhances our lives. September is a great time to celebrate math. There are many ways to do it. Tell stories and sing songs about math. Play math games and do puzzles and logic problems. All this will help children learn numbers and improve their math skills. Math has been around since 3,000 B.C. and has evolved over the years. Some of the oldest math texts from Mesopotamia and Egypt date back to 2,000 B.C. and 1,800 B.C. Math is an important subject for students hoping to pursue a career in science, technology, engineering, or math — but only if they love numbers.
When is Math Storytelling Day?
Math Storytelling Day is celebrated on September 25 each year.
History of Math Storytelling Day
Inspired by Seth Godin, in 2009 Dr. Maria Droujkova created the Natural Math Community of naturalmath.com. The idea of math storytelling day began after reading his blog post entitled “What should I do on your birthday?” Godin encouraged readers to think outside the box when making suggestions for birthday events. Dr. Droujkova took the idea to heart and declared math storytelling day would be celebrated with friends and family around the world each year.
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