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Celebrate themed mathematical activities on these special days:

American Independence DayApril FoolsBonfire NightChinese New YearChristmasEasterHalloweenInternational Puzzle DayMay DayMy BirthdayNew YearOlympicsPalindromic DatePancake DayPi DayPirate DayPoetry DayPythagorean DaySaint Patrick's DayStar Wars DayValentine's DayWorld Book DayWorld Population Day

Alphabetical list

American Independence Day

After doing the Four's Independence challenge try the Math vs Maths game.

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April Fools

Here's a prank, a mathematical one, that you the teacher can play on your students.

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Bonfire Night

Sometimes known as Guy Fawkes Day it is celebrated primarily in Great Britain, involving bonfires and fireworks displays

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Chinese New Year

Recognise the contribution the Chinese to the development of Maths by doing some of these activities.

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Christmas

Christmas activities make those December Maths lessons interesting, exciting and relevant.

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Easter

Time for a mathematical Eggstravaganza to celebrate this time of the year.

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Halloween

Not to be taken too seriously, this spooky day can be enjoyed with some scary puzzles and moody sounds.

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International Puzzle Day

This day was established to celebrate puzzles of all kinds, from jigsaw puzzles to crosswords and brain teasers.

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May Day

Traditional May Day celebrations in the Transum world involve some questions about the calendar.

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My Birthday

Visit the Birthday Maths Hub, where you can celebrate your birthday while learning at the same time.

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New Year

Time to think about time as a new year replaces the old.

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Olympics

Join the excitement of the Olympic Games with this themed puzzle involving the Olympic Rings.

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Palindromic Date

A palindromic date reads the same forwards and backwards.

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Pancake Day

The best day of the year to investigate pancake numbers, described in a 1979 paper by Bill Gates.

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Pi Day

The fourteenth day of the third month is celebrated as the digits are contained in the number pi (3.14)

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Pirate Day

International Talk Like a Pirate Day is when everyone in the world is encouraged talk with a pirate accent.

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Poetry Day

A collection of mathematical poems to teach concepts and set puzzles.

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Pythagorean Day

If the square of the day added to the square of the month equals the square of the last two digits of the year then it's a Pythagorean Day.

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Saint Patrick's Day

Celebrate the Irish with this Lyric Lacking Limerick

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Star Wars Day

May the fourth be with you!

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Valentine's Day

Everyone is encouraged to love maths on this day of hearts and flowers.

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World Book Day

There is no reason why World Book Day can't be celebrated in Maths lessons.

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World Population Day

The world's population is a very big number. Let's think about that number.

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Date order for 2024

1 January

New Year

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29 January

International Puzzle Day

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4 February

Palindromic Date

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10 February

Chinese New Year

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13 February

Pancake Day

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14 February

Valentine's Day

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7 March

World Book Day

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14 March

Pi Day

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17 March

Saint Patrick's Day

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21 March

Poetry Day

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31 March

Easter

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1 April

April Fools

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1 May

May Day

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4 May

Star Wars Day

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4 July

American Independence Day

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11 July

World Population Day

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14 July

My Birthday

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26 July

Olympics

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19 September

Pirate Day

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3 October

Poetry Day

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31 October

Halloween

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5 November

Bonfire Night

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25 December

Christmas

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