Math Blast

The 2015 Math Blast is set for April 18, in the Hall of Arts and Letters on the campus of Grove City College. The program is hosted by students from our Mathematics for Secondary Education class.
 
The free three-hour program provides fun and innovative math lessons to children in kindergarten through eighth grade. Each participating child may take two one-hour classes.
 
Registration begins at 9 a.m. in the atrium of the Hall of Arts and letters; no pre-registration is required.
 
For more information contact Kelleen Bonomo, professor of mathematics, at khbonomo@gcc.edu or 724- 450-1559.
 
For those needing directions, a campus map can be found HERE.
 

Schedule

Session 1 (9:30-10:20 a.m.) Grades
​M&M Math ​K-1
​Noah's Ark ​K-1
​Graphing with Skittles ​K-2
​Snow White Geometry ​K-3
Fractions with Olaf ​1-2
Probability Playground ​2-4
Penny Pet Shop 3-5
Egyptian Math ​4-6
Hexaflexagons ​4-8
Pipe Cleaers & Polyhedrals ​5-8
​Math Games ​5-8
Session 2 (10:30-11:20 a.m.) Grades
M&M Math K-1
Graphing with Skittles K-2
​Measuring with Cinderella and Batman K-2
​Making Time 1-2
​Tessellations ​2-4
​Secret Codes 3-5
​Math with Monet 3-5
​Math Magic 4-6
​Pirate Map ​6-8
​Game Theory 6-8
​Construction Workers 6-8
 
 
 
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