About Pushpaganit

Pushpaganit is the Mathematics club for students of Pushpanjali College of Education, Vasai. By showcasing the activities of the Mathematics Club and sharing ideas , we aim to make the teaching of Mathematics interesting and inspiring.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Mathematics sites

Dear friends,
Look at this link for sites to enhance your Mathematics Teaching.
Best Sites for Teaching Mathematics
Happy Teaching! 

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Saturday, July 2, 2016

Ideas for Mathematics lessons

You may  get good ideas from this site. CLICK HERE

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Mathematics Fair 2014

Pushpaganit Mathematics Club organised a Mathematics Fair under the guidance of Ms Angelina Nunes. The Fair had on display games and learning resources that helped to appreciate the beauty of Mathematics. The Mathematics group organised an assembly to elucidate the importance of Mathematics in our lives. Games and puzzles were displayed to help us activate our brain cells. Aesthetic appeal was added through the use of tangrams and origami. Mathematics Housie was played. Learning resources on display were useful to illustrate various concepts.Thanks to the Mathematics group we enjoyed triangular samosas, circular wafers, rectangular cakes . It added to the joy of the Mathematics day.


Mahi Vasai is a cultural festival on at Chimaji Appa Grounds. The students visited the fair to experience the Vasai of yore, replete with the water wheel (rahat) and farm implements . Vineet Lopes, our visual expert, captured the nuances of Mahi Vasai and gave the pictures a Mathematical twist by adding annotations to his video.   

The Mathematics Trail carried out by the ever enthusiastic Mathematics club members was a great learning experience that helped to see Mathematics all around the campus. 

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Good Mathematics blogs and webpages 
(Add zing to your lessons) 

Plenty of ideas here .  

 Mathematics shed

Maths dictionary


Rashmi Kathuria's work  Creative Mathematics Teaching

Lots of resources from Rashmi. Click here

Songs for Maths

Peter Weatherall's work 

Some nice blogs to learn from Sunny Days