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"Carnival" for Math-Science Bloggers

A new "carnival" of blogs focused on math and science issues is open for business. For those new to carnivals—and I am one of you—they serve as a sort of clearinghouse of links to blogs, and specific posts, on a particular topic. This one is sponsored by Kim's Play Place, a blog run by a self-described "homeschooling mom to two girls with a toddler," who is especially interested in math and science topics.

The carnival will publish on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. The deadline for submissions is 8pm EST on Sunday, March 8 for the first edition on Monday, March 9. Submit your own entry to the carnival here.

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