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Sites run math two hours each week. They begin the session with Number Talks, talking as a group about many different ways to solve a problem. This is followed by hands-on activities and games.

Instead of racing to teach the hardest math that kids can do, make sure the kids can explain how they got their answer. Instead of praising the first one to finish, acknowledge their creativity and encourage them to find the answer in more than one way. Instead of memorizing all the math facts, kids should be having fun math experiences that help them understand concepts in different ways. 


Club kids at Wilson enjoyed a delicious slice of pie to celebrate Pi day!


Club kids at Walkerton learned about sorting, counting, and graphs with Lucky Charms!

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