march programs

We are hosting two programs in March 2021: Applied Mathematics for grades 3-4 and 5-6.

 

Each workshop consists of lessons and hands-on activities (i.e. science experiments) for students to participate in. As a result, students are required to provide their own materials that will be used during the workshops.

 

Below is more information about each program. You may find the required materials for each workshop below as well.

Applied Mathematics
Grades 3-4
Saturdays, 11-12 PM PST/1-2 PM CST/2-3 PM EST
The DEADLINE to register for the March Workshops is Wednesday, February 24th. Expect to hear a reply from us confirming that your student has registered within a week of submission.

March 6th, 2021

March 13th, 2021

March 20th, 2021

March 27th, 2021

1. Probability in Games

March 6th

Materials: one deck of playing cards, paper (3 sheets), pencil, two die

2. Modelling Area & Perimeter

March 13th

Materials: graph paper, color pencils or markers, ruler, scissors, tape or glue, cardboard, scratch paper, pen or pencil

3. Factoring Numbers

March 20th

Materials: paper, pencil

4. Angles in the Built and Natural Environment

March 27th

Materials: popsicle sticks, white glue, protractor, coloring utensils, paper, ruler

Applied Mathematics
Grades 5-6
Saturdays, 11-12 PM PST/1-2 PM CST/2-3 PM EST
The DEADLINE to register for the March Workshops is Wednesday, February 24th. Expect to hear a reply from us confirming that your student has registered within a week of submission.

March 6th, 2021

March 13th, 2021

March 20th, 2021

March 27th, 2021

1. Math in Logic Games

March 6th

Materials: paper, pencil

2. Volume and Surface Area

March 13th

Materials: paper, scissors, pencil, ruler, tape, scratch paper

3. Statistical & Data Analysis

March 20th

Materials: paper, scratch paper, colored pencil or markers, pencil, scissors, calculator 

4. Percentages in the Real World

March 27th

Materials: pencil, scratch paper, eraser, scissors

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