Math is everywhere, when you start looking for it. In this post you learn about a fun summertime geometry project. Have your children look at highway signs and try to find as many geometric objects as they can. They can even come up with geometry problems based on the signs, too.

# Archive | Games

# Rubik’s Slide: play your way to geometric knowledge

The people who gave us the Rubik’s Cube recently came out with another fun puzzle, the Rubik’s Slide. This post tells all about this fun puzzle, which actually helps students learn some geometric concepts.

# Times Tables, Learning the Threes

Learning times tables can seem like drudgery. But here’s a fun, rhythmic game approach to learning the threes. Try it and see if you don’t have success.

# Play a game, meet John Nash

Learn and play a fun board game, Hex, also known as “John.” Game was co-invented by John Nash and Piet Hein, both mathematicians.