Attention teachers: you can use these materials in the classroom to support mathematical problem solving, modeling activities, and art projects. 

I really liked the presentation and the activity.
I included what we did with my math class the following day and they really enjoyed it.
– Rick Preston, Tuba City Boarding School, Arizona

Bluebird Math Circle is a supportive community of teachers, students, and their families–everybody who cares or is curious about mathematics, education and Indigenous young people’s futures. Every other week Bluebird MC publishes a flyer with fun and engaging activities that are accessible to everyone. We play with activities in class, at home, and at live online Circle meetings. After each meeting, we publish a recap where Circle members and friends share the ideas they developed in the meeting, ask additional questions, and suggest future topics. Bluebird Math Circle is a community-owned project. You too are invited! To join, email Bluebird, or sign up for newsletter, or register for the next meeting.

Register right away to join live Bluebird Math Circle for teachers, students, and families
Meeting 5: Life in the Sky
Monday May 24, 5-6 PM MDT

You will get your Zoom link by email after you register. Teachers, students, parents, grandparents, and everyone who cares about education and their community’s future is welcome to join.
Register via Meeting ID:
880 5724 7193

Download the flyer for your classroom, family, or group.
Issue 4: Chessboard and Tiling Mathematics

Issue 5
Life in the Sky
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Issue 5
Life in the Sky
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Issue 4 Community Recap
Chessboards and Tiling
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Issue 4 Community Recap
Chessboards and Tiling
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Chessboards and Tiling
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Issue 4
Chessboards and Tiling
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Issue 3 Community Recap
Road Inspectors
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Issue 3 Community Recap
Road Inspectors
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Road Inspectors
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Road Inspectors
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Listen with Issue 2 Recap: Holy Person and Frogs: words from the story in Navajo

Issue 2 Community Recap
Storytelling and Modeling
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Bluebird Flyer Issue 2_ Storytelling and Modeling
Issue 2 Community Recap
Storytelling and Modeling
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Storytelling and Modeling
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Storytelling and Modeling
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Issue 1 Community Recap
Perseverance—Ha’ahóni
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Issue 1 Community Recap
Perseverance—Ha’ahóni
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Issue 1
Perseverance—Ha’ahóni
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Bluebird Math Circle Flier Issue 1 full color

Issue 1
Perseverance—Ha’ahóni
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Bluebird Circle Issue 1 March 2021 BW

Wise Bluebird

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Friends of Bluebird

Arrowhead Math CircleArrowhead Math Circle is located in Western Navajo Nation in Tuba City, Arizona. It was founded by Craig Young in 2016. Our mission is to create positive learning opportunities in mathematical environments for young Indigenous scholars and to establish a mathematical community among students, educators and community members of Indigenous students. Our hope is to inspire our students to pursue STEM careers.