RSM students see math in their hobbies, in mundane every day routines, in art, music and just about everything else. These few projects have shown us that math is indeed super cool!

RSM students see math in their hobbies, in mundane every day routines, in art, music and just about everything else. These few projects have shown us that math is indeed super cool!

From managaing finances, calculating the time and distance between school, home and violin class to not needing a measuring cup to know how much water a recipe requires, a mom knows all the math to run a family. If there's anyone that does math on a daily basis without even realizing it, it's got to be someone that fills the role of being a mother.

A previous post by Julia Turchaninova titled *When it comes to introducing math, how early is too early?, *says that when it comes to math, the earlier the better. She emphasizes that just like ballet or music, introducing a good number sense begins with an early start in training and that young children–between the ages of 0 and 6–experience the period of the most intense and easiest learning...

*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,...*

- 10 ways RSM Students Find Math in the Mundane
- Math on the Go: Mother's Day Edition
- What is Russian Math, Anyway?
- Math on the Go: Pre-K Edition
- 5 Facts About Math Kangaroo: Is Your Child Ready?
- Math on the Go! (Valentine's Day Edition)
- What to Expect Over the Holiday Week - In Charts
- Math on the Go! Holiday Fun
- 5 Things a Math Lover Does During the Holidays
- Math on the Go! (Thanksgiving Edition)

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