Richmond Center had a special event–Math Afternoon in April. This event was about getting parents involved in everyday math activities with their children at school. Various games, which could foster children’s learning of math, were provided. For instance, one game was shooting and counting hoops, another was bowling and counting how many pins got knocked over.
Other activities included measuring, concepts of larger and smaller and using counters to match numbers etc. 15 families participated at the activities. Family members enjoyed sharing time with their children at school as online casinos well as learning and discussing about math together. Parents provided positive feedback about this event.
After the games, we ate hot dogs and drank milk together. Moreover, at the end of day, each family took home a set of mini cards (for number recognition and playing the games they learned) and a die that bounced. What a great opportunity to engage parents and promote math learning!