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The latest questions for the topic "math circle"Looking for Joy of Math/RSM tutor or math circle in Windsor, Ontario, Canada
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<p>I'm looking for folks with experience in the joy of math/natural math/russian math/mathpickle approach for my 5 y old gifted kid, in Windsor, ON, Canada. Preferably certified by the Ontario College of Teachers. Unfortunately the drills of Kumon math have caused some boredom, it appeared more rote learning as opposed to creative play and tinkering, so we discontinued it after a while. I was hoping to find someone or some group near me who is dedicated and has similar views as Natural Math and this influential book I came across recently:</p><div><a href="https://bookstore.ams.org/mcl-5/">Zvonkin, A. K. (2011). Math from three to seven: the story of a mathematical circle for preschoolers. Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society.</a>
</div><p>The closest math circle I found was in UWaterloo for higher grades - but that's about 3 hours away. I'm looking for an experienced tutor or a math circle that meets 3 days a week in the afternoon with someone who is experienced in this and understands sound math pedagogy.</p>math circletutorwindsor ontarioMon, 26 Aug 2019 13:43:01 GMTleukocyteDirectory of active circles? Looking in Ottawa, Canada
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<p>Hi, do you have an idea of active "participants" of natural math by geography? Looking ot join or start a math circle meet-up in Ottawa, Canada -- I have a toddler (and a math degree)</p>math circlecommunityeventslocalWed, 13 Jun 2018 12:38:11 GMTSvetlana GoubanovaMath circle
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I would like to organize a math circle for my 7 year old, but I am not sure how I can go about it. he loves math and is constantly thinking up ways to do things differently;observes patterns and plays with numbers really. Unfortunately, I have not yet found a bunch of children around us who share his love for math. How does one go about getting kiddos together? I was good at school math, but I am quite daunted by the prospect of playing. Any suggestions would be welcome.</p>math circleSun, 01 Dec 2013 23:41:30 GMTNeem