January courses – coupons – Avoid Hard Work is out! Newsletter January 2, 2017

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Happy New Year!

Natural Math wishes you beauty, joy, and meaning in your mathematical journeys of 2017! And to help you get started, we are offering 3 great online courses in January. Check out their short descriptions below. Then follow a link to each course’s page to download free sample materials to try with your students. Once you are ready to sign up, use the coupon code JANUARY2K17 to receive $10 off our January courses.

Begin your year of joyful math with these online courses.

Transformers Linear Algebra

Jan 9-13 Transformers: Matrices and Graphs – for children ages 9-15

This weeklong math camp with daily live online meetings is a fun way to learn about linear algebra: matrices, graphing, coordinates, and more! January 9-13 at 9:30pm EDT (New York), which is January 10-14 at 1:30pm in Sydney

Avoid Hard Work

Jan 11-18 Avoid Hard Work: Problem-Solving – for parents & teachers with children ages 3 and up

Our newest workshop for parents and teachers of young kids is based on our new book, Avoid Hard Work! This joyful, playful online workshop about mathematical problem-solving will meet live on January 11 and 18, at 5-6 PM EST (New York). Comes with a coupon for the book.

Kingdom on the Wall

Jan 19-26 Kingdom on the Wall Physics + Math Workshop – for parents & teachers with children ages 3 to 12

A lively interactive online workshop on physics+math explorations for you and your children ages 3 to 12. Topics include center of gravity, symmetry and ratios in algebra, spatial transformations in optics and geometry, and more. Live meetings January 19th and 26th 4 PM EST (New York) = 10:00 PM CET (Paris).

Also check out our ongoing self-paced courses.


The latest Natural Math book: Avoid Hard Work

This new book starts with a funky name, and delivers on that playful promise. Avoid Hard Work gives a joyful view of ten powerful problem-solving techniques. These techniques were first published by the Mathematical Association of America to help high school students with advanced math courses. We adapted the ten techniques and the sample problems for much younger children. The book is for parents, teachers, math circle leaders, and others who work with children ages three to ten.

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Would you like to review the book for your newspaper, blog, or another outlet? Request a review copy!

The book page has free sample chapters for you to try with your children. Check it out!

Avoid Hard Work houses puzzle

This is the sixth books Natural Math has published. All our books are Creative Commons, with DRM-free ebook versions and friendly group discounts. Stay tuned for more books coming out in 2017.


See you online!

Dr. Maria Droujkova and the Natural Math crew

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Questions? Email reach.out@naturalmath.com

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