If you're the parent of a child who loves math or is curious about math, you may have heard of a competition called Math Kangaroo, an international math contest that takes place on Thursday, March 16th for children in grades 1 through 12. If you haven't registered for this year, there are a few things you might not know about this math contest:
Ah the "holiday week," that time of year between Christmas and New Year's when friends and family are home, and work is either off or light. When daytime traffic is non-existent, and the warmth of being surrounded by loved ones serves as a perfect balance for the frigid temperatures outside.
When it’s cold and dark out around this time of year, it’s the perfect time to entertain your child with fun math games and activities. Some of our most common traditions, like drawing snowflakes or decorating a tree if we celebrate Christmas, can be the perfect tool to bring more math into your child's life, especially if you work together.
This month's 'Math on the Go,' Holiday Edition,...
The holidays mean different things to different people. It's a time to relax and have fun, a time to do nothing or to get a lot done. For a math lover, the holidays can mean something entirely different. Here are 5 things every math lover can relate to: