Math Family Fun Night at Science Academy
As a part of the monthly family fun nights, the fifth and sixth grade classes are coordinating a series of math games and activities to engage and teach people math.
"We decided to do a math theme program because we want to show our families that math is fun," said Halime Cavus, math teacher. "Math is not just formula and calculations on paper and we want to showcase that in our family friendly games and activities."
Some of the activities include dot to dot puzzles and measuring height for younger students and math triangle and string art for the older students. There will also be math project presentations by current students.
"Our family fun night is about fun and building communities,"
About Science Academy of Chicago
The Science Academy of Chicago (SAC) is a non-profit, non-denominational, independent day school for students' preschool (three years of age) through eighth grade. Our mission is to provide an accelerated STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) focused college preparatory private education. Please visit us at www.saoc.org.
Linda Luk, Enrollment and Outreach Coordinator
Science Academy of Chicago