I turn to pinterest in order to plan my next meal, to identify the next 100 activities I plan to do with my kid, to build my unrealistic dreamhouse, and to fix just about anything that needs fixing, but in April, I turn to the social media site to help build math awareness. Whether you are a math expert, a teacher, a parent, or anything in-between, check out these 10 boards to see how pinterest has helped create a new way to engage in mathematics. Happy Math Awareness Month!

## Elementary/Early Education Activities

1. Anytime is learning time – from PBS http://www.pinterest.com/pbsofficial/any-time-is-learning-time/

1. Do the Math from – K12  http://www.pinterest.com/k12inc/do-the-math/

1. Math Activities for Kids – from Holly Homer (Kids Activity Blog) http://www.pinterest.com/hollyhomer/math-activities-for-kids/

1. Math @ Scholastic – by Scholastic http://www.pinterest.com/scholastic/math-scholastic/

1. For an added bonus, follow their Top Teaching: Teaching with Technology board

## Middle/High School Resources

1. Geometry – from Math Teacher http://www.pinterest.com/druinok/geometry/

1. Math IdeasHigh School – from Cindy Murphy http://www.pinterest.com/csmurphy133/math-ideas-high-school/

## K – 12 Activities and Resources

1. Math – from CompassLearning http://www.pinterest.com/compasslearning/math/  (if you are as big of a Ryan Gosling fan as I am, you should also probably stop by their common core board).

1. Bedtime Math Problems – from Bedtime Math http://www.pinterest.com/bedtimemath/bedtime-math-problems/

1. Math tech – from Adrianne Miller http://www.pinterest.com/momto3plus/math-tech/

In honor of Math Awareness Month, we’ve started a math focused pinterest board of our own. You can bet that we will be following these pinners, and if there is any other boards that we should add to the list, let us know! Tweet us @Getting_Smart with the hashtag #SmartMath. Happy Pinning!

Scholastic, CompassLearning, and K12 are Getting Smart Advocacy Partners.