March 14: Pi Day
April 4: Julia Robinson Festival
April 12th: Bellevue Sunday Classes Start
April 13th-17th: Seattle Math for Love Spring Break Camp
June 22-26: Seattle Math for Love Camp
June 29-3: Bellevue Math for Love Camp
July 6-10: Seattle Math for Love Camp
July 13-17: Bellevue Math for Love Camp
See Math for Love website for information on summer camps and the Julia Robinson Festival.
Euclid: The Game offers a modern and novel way to play with many of the fundamental ideas of classical geometry.
Work your way through the traditional compass and straight-edge constructions, earning tools appropriately–once you can construct an equilateral triangle, you get an “equilateral triangle” tool. And once you can find a midpoint, you get a “mark the midpoint” tool.
I often cite this video from Vi Hart as the reason I do what I do.
Before I knew the name Martin Gardner and long before I knew about Math Circles, I was teaching ideas from Vi Hart to homeschool kids who got together for a once-a-week class centered around Math Olympiad (MOEMS) contests.
Her videos are dense and fast, but she’s a wonderful artist showing some awesome mathematics in a delightfully quirky way.