A father and son play a math game played by kids in Kenya.
A father and son play a math game played by kids in Kenya.
ESU Mathematics students help middles school students through the pyramid maze by using their math skills.
ESU Mathematics students help middles school students through the pyramid maze by using their math skills.
Middle school students hone their math skills by playing a dice game.
Middle school students hone their math skills by playing a dice game.
Students are eager to point out all of the places they see symmetry in the display.
Students are eager to point out all of the places they see symmetry in the display.
A father and student work together to figure out the problems at the
A father and student work together to figure out the problems at the "Traveling With Tiles" station.
Students enjoy
Students enjoy "drawing" and learning about mirror images of pictures by using the mirror devices.

Math Family Night

Each year the Teaching Middle and Secondary Mathematics class takes the Math Family Night program to Emporia Middle School. Middle school students and their parents wind through the hallways of the school to take part in different math stations prepared by ESU’s Math Education majors enrolled in MA470. Each year has a different theme and the activities at each station reflect the year’s theme in some way. Previous themes have included: EMS CSI, Mathematics Family Feud, The Amazing Race and Space.

The ESU students collect many door prizes and they are given out throughout the night. The program is held in late February or early March.

For more information about Math Family Night contact Dr. Connie Schrock at 620-341-5631.

  

2018 Program Specifics:

Date: TBA

Theme: TBA

Where: Emporia Middle School