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We all love our Math Teachers. After all, they are the ones that are helping to create a brand new generation of people that love math. We are always on the lookout for great and easy ways to show our math teachers we appreciate them, while also honing in on their love of math! Sure you can easily get them a gift card, or something else off of my list of gifts that are $5 and up. However, we think it’s more fun to let our math teacher community know that we love with them then with a super well thought out and fun gift that they will truly enjoy for the years to come! To help make life easier on all of us, I decided to put this amazing list of gifts that your Math Teacher absolutely needs to have in their life! And, honestly, I’m thinking these might carry over beyond math teachers.
A set of four ceramic pudding bowls with the proofs to classic theorems of Euclid, Hippasus, Pythagoras, and Gauss. Terrific gift for mathematicians, scientists, students, or any geek on your gift list. Who doesn't need some fun math bowls in their kitchen, or even at school for lunch?
Teachers love their thermoses, whether it's for got coffee or tea, or to bring their lunch hot to work. Pair this with their favorite coffee, tea or soup to make a gift they will love. It's covered in math equations and graphs.
Make sure not to wear this on multiplication facts test day. But, otherwise, this is such a fun shirt with a multiplication table and a silly and fun little saying. You can get it in heathered grey, light blue and navy blue.
Do you know that pie day is March 14th? (3.14) This Pi Symbol by Flour Sugar Butter Cookie Cutter would make great cookies to Celebrate Pi Day or the math wiz in your family with this fun STEM inspired shape.
You could gift the cookie cutter to your favorite baker, or buy it for yourself and bake cookies for your favorite math teacher each year!
The mathematician knows that an equation can be as elegant as an elegy, a proof as poignant as a poem. It is for these misunderstood braniacs that Magnetic Poetry has created the Math Poet Kit.
A little time away from the graphing calculator and into this word collection will have the geekiest of mathletes devising metaphors for higher mathematics and paeans to arithmatic progressions that the rest of us can only hope to understand!
A watch is truly a nice gift and this one definitely would live up to some fun math expectations. Instead of the traditional 1-12, each hour spot is filled with an equation that equals that number. Quick, what is the square root of 64?
This classy and refillable pen perfect for gifting is engraved with Pi, geometry, Function, & integration symbols. It comes in a keepsake presentation case for easy gifting; A suitable gift for any math nerd, mathematician, math major, or math teacher.
Handy 3-in-1 multifunction pen features a ballpoint writing tip, an LED light, and a stylus for operating touch screen devices.
This is a high quality necklace with stainless steel pi charm and rhinestone alloy infinity charm and makes a great graduation gift for a mathematician or scientist.
The irrational number Pi is a mathematical constant, the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, approximately 3.14. It has been represented by the Greek letter since the mid-18th century. While infinity is something that is boundless or limitless and is larger than any real or natural number.
This one's for you, math nerds. The Math Equations Tie features tons of equations written in white atop a navy blue background. Perfect for math teachers! It will match almost any shirt and is a fun math conversation starter.
Just when you couldn't love math anymore, you discover Pi....that goes on and on and on and on. Every math teacher I knew growing up had a pi poster or display in their room, but when I started teaching, I stopped seeing them. Get them this "pi" print so they can display it and test their students to see just how many decimals they can recall in pi.
Just when you though a Rubik's cube couldn't get more fun, you found the math version where the equations have to be lined up to display commonly used math formulas. It's a great way to test algorithm knowledge, patience and your math formula memory.
Talk about a unique way to track the hours! Instead of Roman numerals or traditional numbers, this wall clock has a different equation at each demarcation. Yes, you'll have to do a little math to figure out the time, but it's a great way to keep your brain fresh!
The clock measures 11-1/2 inches in diameter and is easy to spot from afar and will look equally good in a classroom or home setting. Don't forget to pick up some AA batteries.
From geometry in motion to the possibilities of pi, this stunning volume reveals how art has been inspired by the beauty and poetry of mathematical principles.
Writer Stephen Ornes explores the growing sensation of math art, presenting more than 80 pieces, including a crocheted, colorful representation of non-Euclidian geometry that looks like sea coral and a 65-ton, 28-foot-tall bronze sculpture covered in a space-filling curve.