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Get your brain in gear with these maths activities for Maths Week 2020 and check out the new puzzles that will be added over the coming days and weeks

With schools being out for the rest of March, Maths Week Ireland want to share some activities and resources that we’ve prepared so that your children (and even you) can engage in some mathematics over the next few weeks.

By coincidence, 2020 marks the inaugural year of International Day of Mathematics! (IDM). On the 14th of March, also known as Pi Day, (as March 14th is written as 3.14 in some countries) people from all over the world will celebrate the wonders of maths and will search for the beauty of maths all around. We have a series of activities and games on our website mathsweek.ie which you can join in tomorrow and Saturday.

We also have a page for parents which has more puzzles and things you can do together, and maths related content for you to view online. Over the coming days and weeks we will be adding new puzzles and scouring our archives for fun and interesting things to keep your mathematical brains sparking.

Full details of International Day of Mathematics and resources for parents and students  are available on the Maths Week website with ongoing updates via Facebook @MathsWeek2019 and Twitter @mathsweek and #IUSEMATHS

Maths Week Ireland is a partnership of over 50 groups across the island of Ireland to promote Maths and its applications. It was established and is coordinated by Calmast, Waterford Institute of Technology’s STEM Engagement centre. Maths Week Ireland is an all-island festival and has now grown to be the biggest festival of its kind in the world with over 400,000 being engaged in Maths Week Ireland 2019.


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