MoMath is Offering Free Online Programming this Summer
The National Museum of Mathematics is providing math-lovers of all ages engaging math programming online for kids and adults during the coronavirus pandemic.
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When: Selected Friday of every month, 6:30pm
Targeted toward both children and adults, Family Fridays’ activities encourage family fun for all ages. Previous sessions include patterns, origami, math and magic, and Rubik’s Cube mosaic.
Ask A Mathematician
When: First Thursday of every month, 4-5pm
Back by popular demand, participants will have the opportunity to ask Alex Kontorovich, MoMath's Dean of Academic Content and Rutgers Math Professor, any and all questions they may have for a mathematician. While this session is free, there is limited capacity so you can register here beforehand.
Math Gym: A Workout for Your Brain
When: Held on select days from 3:30-4:30pm, however, students can continue working on the math problems they've selected from the program on their own time
Math-lovers have the opportunity to exercise their brains as they choose using a variety of math problems hand-selected by MoMath’s advisory council of math Ph.D.s. Students will have the opportunity to work independently on math problems with guidance of an expert mathematician. This program is intended for students fourth grade or older with strong reading skills and the ability to work independently for long periods of time. Students younger than 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
For more information and a full schedule of upcoming virtual educational events, visit momath.org.