Math has never been such fun! Families enjoyed an evening of Family Math where parents & children explored math together through engaging activities, puzzles, and games. Children and parents used a variety of problem-solving skills to gain a deeper understanding of how math works. An abundance of hands-on activities gave children the confidence to persevere as they tackled a variety of engaging challenges with their parents. Young and old alike found Family Math Night exciting, mind-stretching and most of all, FUN!
Games fill every table!
Tables of activities appear where no tables have been before.
Activities in every aisle.
Venn diagrams hang from the ceiling.
Math books abound!
Games for younger and older family members.
Games of strategy & chance.
Observing games for patterns and shapes.
These will keep our eyes & hands busy.
Everything is ready! Bring on the families!
Choosing their favorites on the Venn Diagram.
A family plays a math strategy game.
Go fish for 10.
Clock-onimos & sorting.
Creating patterns with shapes.
Reading and thinking together.
The Sorting Game.
Counting and graphing cookies.
A different kind of graphing.
Popsicle Fact Puzzles & The Balloon Game
The Pattern Game & Shape Builders
Pattern block problems to solve.
Counting coins into piggy banks.
Counting and thinking together.
Comparing and sorting shape cookies!
The More Than or Less Than Game of Chance.
Patterning with beads.
Add or Subtract Game
Clothespin Combinations 1 - 10.
Everyone loves creating bead pattern bracelets
Number puzzles and counting puzzles can be tough.
Card games are great for practicing math skills.
The Ladybug Spot Counting Game.
Monkey patterning is fun!
The Shorter or Longer Game.
Counting quantities and sequencing numbers.
Clothespin Combinations are good for counting skills, too!
Buildng block towers to 15.
The Cookie Shape Game.
The Add or Subtract Game.
Solving pattern block challenges is good for everyone!
Taking a break for a math story.
Super hard Circle Sums.
Using thinking skills & strategies to win smiles!
Checking out the graph before we leave.
Everyone had a great time trying lots of math thinking games