From math fairs and game nights to presentations, we make math fun and engaging for people of all ages!
Pi Day is Saturday, March 14! Mathnasium will have pi-related activities and festivities for students throughout the week leading up to Pi Day, as well as on Pi Day itself. These activities include the creation of a paper chain representing pi, enjoying round desserts, and more!
MATH NIGHT AT SUMMIT HILL ELEMENTARY
On February 21, we hosted a Math Night at Summit Hill Elementary School. Students enjoyed playing games and learning new math tricks, and parents enjoyed a night with the family, screen-free!
FAMILY SCIENCE NIGHT
On Thursday, February 20, Mathnasium of North Alpharetta participated in Family Science Night at Birmingham Falls Elementary School. The evening, sponsored by IEEE, consisted of a variety of STEM activities for students and parents, all presented by various volunteers in the community. Mathnasium came to the event with an engaging and enriching math activity, which will allowed parents and students alike to learn with smiles on their faces.
MATH NIGHT AT ALPHARETTA ELEMENTARY
On January 23, Mathnasium of North Alpharetta had the pleasure of joining the students and parents of Alpharetta Elementary School for a Math Night. Math Nights, hosted by Mathnasium, allow students and parents to learn side-by-side and bring the family together. Students and parents each receive their own “passports,” preparing them for a journey through enriching mathematical activities. They spend the evening learning new concepts, trying new things, and working as a team, all while improving their math skills. Families at Alpharetta Elementary School were incredibly engaged throughout the Math Night, and we had a great time bringing the school’s community together. This Friday, February 21, we are hosting another Math Night, this time at Summit Hill Elementary School. If you’re a parent at Summit Hill, join us on Friday for an adventure in math and an entertaining evening for the whole family.
INTERNATIONAL SUDOKU DAY
At Mathnasium of North Alpharetta, we celebrate math in all areas of life, and games are no different! Monday, September 9 is International Sudoku Day, so we have a fun activity for students to enjoy the holiday. Students will be given sudoku puzzles during and at the end of their sessions, and they are more than welcome to take puzzles home to do with their families. Games like sudoku allow students to interact with math in an interesting way, and we can't wait for our students to take part in the fun!
Mathnasium of North Alpharetta visited the orientation days for local schools, including Summit Hill Elementary School, Hopewell Middle School, and Cambridge High School. We enjoyed seeing our current students and meeting prospective students, and we can't wait for a great school year!
June 7 - August 1
Mathnasium students participate in a summer-long activity similar to Flat Stanley, with weekly prompts for photos posted on the Facebook page each Friday. More information for the activity can be found at //mathnasium.com/flat-ace-2019!
GIVE BACK GALLERY WALK
March 18 - March 30
Mathnasium students combine their interests in math and art while helping the community! Learn about the destination of the proceeds at //mathnasium.com/gallery-walk-2019.
TEAM MEETING AND BONDING
Saturday, February 9
Our Mathnasium team members learned new things about the Mathnasium Method at their meeting and enjoyed some bonding time at a team lunch afterward!
MATH GAME NIGHT
Friday, January 25
Students at Mathnasium of North Alpharetta enjoyed a fun night with friends, pizza, games and prizes, while parents enjoyed a night to themselves!
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|Wed||2:30 PM-8:00 PM|
|Thurs||2:30 PM-8:00 PM|
|Sat||10:00 AM-2:00 PM|
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