At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
Faculty and students from Notre Dame partner with Riverbend Community Math Center to offer Math Circles for four different age ranges. All Math Circles will meet on Wednesdays from 5 to 6 p.m. in Pasquerilla Center (the ROTC building) at Notre Dame from September 13th through November 29th. We will not meet October 18th or November 22nd. On December 6th, families will meet in Jordan Hall of Science for our end of semester poster session.
Morgan Hill Math Teachers’ Circle is Back!
Morgan Hill now has its own Math Teachers’ Circle! Local math teachers in any grade can attend monthly meetings to explore rich math problems, rediscover the joy in learning math, and network with fellow teachers and mathematicians. Meetings are held on the last Wednesday of the month, at the Morgan Hill CCC. Please contact Kelley Barnes at note4kel@yahoo.com for the latest information.
Registration for the Fall term of Math Circles of Chicago open August 23rd! We have in-person and online program options with programming for students 3rd-12th grade!
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
Registration for the Fall term of Math Circles of Chicago open August 23rd! We have in-person and online program options with programming for students 3rd-12th grade!
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
Faculty and students from Notre Dame partner with Riverbend Community Math Center to offer Math Circles for four different age ranges. All Math Circles will meet on Wednesdays from 5 to 6 p.m. in Pasquerilla Center (the ROTC building) at Notre Dame from September 13th through November 29th. We will not meet October 18th or November 22nd. On December 6th, families will meet in Jordan Hall of Science for our end of semester poster session.
MC2 holds math circles in more than 50 locations around Chicago. Our in person and online Hubs are open to students attending any school, as are our Summer Camps. We have After School Programs (ASPs) south, west, and north; these only serve children from the respective schools that host a program. Our Hubs and ASPs are our core programs. Beyond these, we hold sessions at a variety of homeless shelters, community centers, and within other STEM programs looking to incorporate fun, high quality math enrichment.
MC2 is about providing access to high quality math enrichment for all students. That's why you'll find us all across the city. And every year we add more locations!
Math Teachers' Circle at Hawaii (MaTCH). Led by Julia Robinson Math Festival presenter, join us for hands-on, play-based, and standards-aligned math sessions. These sessions will empower participants to develop math content and pedagogical understanding collaboratively with other participants. Activities are designed to have low floor so that anyone can find a way to engage and a high ceiling so that everyone can find a meaningful challenge.
The University of Florida Math Circle is a community focused on the enjoyment and exploration of mathematical ideas. The main math circle is aimed at grades 6-12, and features fun math activities with faculty and graduate students every week! In Fall 2023, the main math circle meets from 10am-noon on Saturdays in room 225 of Little Hall on the UF campus. The first meeting will be September 9th.
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
Faculty and students from Notre Dame partner with Riverbend Community Math Center to offer Math Circles for four different age ranges. All Math Circles will meet on Wednesdays from 5 to 6 p.m. in Pasquerilla Center (the ROTC building) at Notre Dame from September 13th through November 29th. We will not meet October 18th or November 22nd. On December 6th, families will meet in Jordan Hall of Science for our end of semester poster session.
MC2 holds math circles in more than 50 locations around Chicago. Our in person and online Hubs are open to students attending any school, as are our Summer Camps. We have After School Programs (ASPs) south, west, and north; these only serve children from the respective schools that host a program. Our Hubs and ASPs are our core programs. Beyond these, we hold sessions at a variety of homeless shelters, community centers, and within other STEM programs looking to incorporate fun, high quality math enrichment.
MC2 is about providing access to high quality math enrichment for all students. That's why you'll find us all across the city. And every year we add more locations!
Registration for the Fall term of Math Circles of Chicago open August 23rd! We have in-person and online program options with programming for students 3rd-12th grade!
Registration for the Fall term of Math Circles of Chicago open August 23rd! We have in-person and online program options with programming for students 3rd-12th grade!
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
MC2 holds math circles in more than 50 locations around Chicago. Our in person and online Hubs are open to students attending any school, as are our Summer Camps. We have After School Programs (ASPs) south, west, and north; these only serve children from the respective schools that host a program. Our Hubs and ASPs are our core programs. Beyond these, we hold sessions at a variety of homeless shelters, community centers, and within other STEM programs looking to incorporate fun, high quality math enrichment.
MC2 is about providing access to high quality math enrichment for all students. That's why you'll find us all across the city. And every year we add more locations!
MC2 holds math circles in more than 50 locations around Chicago. Our in person and online Hubs are open to students attending any school, as are our Summer Camps. We have After School Programs (ASPs) south, west, and north; these only serve children from the respective schools that host a program. Our Hubs and ASPs are our core programs. Beyond these, we hold sessions at a variety of homeless shelters, community centers, and within other STEM programs looking to incorporate fun, high quality math enrichment.
MC2 is about providing access to high quality math enrichment for all students. That's why you'll find us all across the city. And every year we add more locations!
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
Registration for the Fall term of Math Circles of Chicago open August 23rd! We have in-person and online program options with programming for students 3rd-12th grade!
Registration for the Fall term of Math Circles of Chicago open August 23rd! We have in-person and online program options with programming for students 3rd-12th grade!
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
Faculty and students from Notre Dame partner with Riverbend Community Math Center to offer Math Circles for four different age ranges. All Math Circles will meet on Wednesdays from 5 to 6 p.m. in Pasquerilla Center (the ROTC building) at Notre Dame from September 13th through November 29th. We will not meet October 18th or November 22nd. On December 6th, families will meet in Jordan Hall of Science for our end of semester poster session.
Morgan Hill Math Teachers’ Circle is Back!
Morgan Hill now has its own Math Teachers’ Circle! Local math teachers in any grade can attend monthly meetings to explore rich math problems, rediscover the joy in learning math, and network with fellow teachers and mathematicians. Meetings are held on the last Wednesday of the month, at the Morgan Hill CCC. Please contact Kelley Barnes at note4kel@yahoo.com for the latest information.
MC2 holds math circles in more than 50 locations around Chicago. Our in person and online Hubs are open to students attending any school, as are our Summer Camps. We have After School Programs (ASPs) south, west, and north; these only serve children from the respective schools that host a program. Our Hubs and ASPs are our core programs. Beyond these, we hold sessions at a variety of homeless shelters, community centers, and within other STEM programs looking to incorporate fun, high quality math enrichment.
MC2 is about providing access to high quality math enrichment for all students. That's why you'll find us all across the city. And every year we add more locations!
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state
Faculty and students from Notre Dame partner with Riverbend Community Math Center to offer Math Circles for four different age ranges. All Math Circles will meet on Wednesdays from 5 to 6 p.m. in Pasquerilla Center (the ROTC building) at Notre Dame from September 13th through November 29th. We will not meet October 18th or November 22nd. On December 6th, families will meet in Jordan Hall of Science for our end of semester poster session.
MC2 holds math circles in more than 50 locations around Chicago. Our in person and online Hubs are open to students attending any school, as are our Summer Camps. We have After School Programs (ASPs) south, west, and north; these only serve children from the respective schools that host a program. Our Hubs and ASPs are our core programs. Beyond these, we hold sessions at a variety of homeless shelters, community centers, and within other STEM programs looking to incorporate fun, high quality math enrichment.
MC2 is about providing access to high quality math enrichment for all students. That's why you'll find us all across the city. And every year we add more locations!
MC2 holds math circles in more than 50 locations around Chicago. Our in person and online Hubs are open to students attending any school, as are our Summer Camps. We have After School Programs (ASPs) south, west, and north; these only serve children from the respective schools that host a program. Our Hubs and ASPs are our core programs. Beyond these, we hold sessions at a variety of homeless shelters, community centers, and within other STEM programs looking to incorporate fun, high quality math enrichment.
MC2 is about providing access to high quality math enrichment for all students. That's why you'll find us all across the city. And every year we add more locations!
Registration for the Fall term of Math Circles of Chicago open August 23rd! We have in-person and online program options with programming for students 3rd-12th grade!
Registration for the Fall term of Math Circles of Chicago open August 23rd! We have in-person and online program options with programming for students 3rd-12th grade!
At the San Francisco Math Circle, we make math accessible, inclusive, and fun! The SF Math Circle is an extracurricular math enrichment program that gives students an opportunity to develop their mathematical thinking skills in a supportive, collaborative, and fun environment.
We promote positive attitudes towards math and learning through engaging, hands-on puzzles and games that involve both creativity and critical thinking. You can find more about our approach to math and math education at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/approach, and you can find a sample of our activities at https://www.sfmathcircle.org/activities
Please note that our focus is primarily on helping students to engage in creative mathematical exploration and problem-solving rather than building their skills in arithmetic or other traditional K-12 math.
For information about the SF State Math Circle in particular, please visit https://www.sfmathcircle.org/sf-state