We encourage adults and children of all ages to use puzzles, games, math, and magic to delight, instruct, and bring people together in a spirit of fun and curiosity.
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Large and small, formal and informal, past Celebrations on all seven continents have ranged from puzzles on the patio to sleight of hand stage magic, from math in classrooms to conversations in retirement homes.
Our resources are free to download and enjoy at your CoM event! Celebration of Mind now offers a growing repository of resources, tantalizing paths and surprising intersections for everyone.
Celebration of Mind | Recent Blog Posts
Submitted by Belinda Keir Christmas crackers (also called bon bons) are an essential part of everyone’s Christmas table in the UK and also in most Australian homes, so currently they are everywhere in the shops. I like to make my own and will create a batch for the...read more
Submitted by Belinda Keir MathsJam is a world-wide movement where people get together for a social evening to share and solve mathematical games and puzzles. If you are looking for your local MathsJam they will be the group of noisy people at your local pub, usually...read more
Gary Antonick has created or edited over 100 logic and math puzzles for The New York Times. He is a visiting scholar at Stanford University, where he studies mathematical problem solving. He is also the author of the New York Times Numberplay blog, and gave a talk on...read more
Beloved mathematician, Richard K Guy, turned 100 on Friday, September 30th. Many friends and fans put together tributes to mark this very special occasion. Here is a sampling of some of our favorites: Richard K. Guy Turns 100 – by Colm Mulcahy, MAA "Richard K. Guy has...read more
What's the 2016 Theme? The theme for this year's Celebration of Mind is '16 Square. Have any great ideas for puzzles, games or magic tricks that feature squares? Send them to email@example.com and we'll share them with our...read more
A Better Mousetrap is three-part topological effect from Magician Michael Weber, in which part of a 5×7 index card seems to magically pass from one side of a spectator’s hand to the other, while their eyes are closed! How to...read more