A. Computational skills
In learning computational skills, we develop studying and learning techniques that help us understand what we learn so that we can apply that knowledge to problem solving.
B. Puzzle and Problem Solving
Because we develop and apply a set of rules to successfully solve puzzles, we can apply that knowledge to problem solving in general.
C. Measurement and Geometry
Measurement is part of building and understanding our world. Geometry develops and utilizes these measuring skills.
D. Mathematical Theory
Everything has an explanation. Theory is that discipline that allows us to understand what we learn so that we can apply it to learning still more.
Addition, Magic Squares, Measurement, and
Addition, Addition Theory, Multiplication Theory, Sudoku, and puzzles
Addition, Geometry, Magic Triangles, Multiplication, Mechanical Advantage, Balancing Cartoon
Multiplication, Pascal Triangle and Fibonacci Numbers, Fractions and Negative Numbers, Cartoon
Exponents, Preparation for Science Fairs,
Games and contests
Time and Dates:
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM for 1 week
August 5-9, August 12-16
Cost: $125 per week $60 deposit
Parents expected to attend two days
Application for 1 week