There’s something for you and every member of your family at Saturday’s Family Math Game Fest. Become a life-size game piece on a chess board. Compete in the triMATHlon. Construct a house of cards. Catch a special showing of Flatland. Investigate lasers. Build a network. Simulate the spread of a virus. Find math in nature… Doesn’t this sound like fun?
There will many, many activities that will inspire you to think about math – and the connections between math and science – in new ways.
This free event will be held from 11am-3pm. We’ll have activities for all ages throughout the building.
A special thanks to Chris, Becca, Emily and the UNC Math Club and UNC Women in Mathematics members for supporting this event.
Please join us!
Denise Young is Morehead’s director of education and planning. She's been training for the triMATHlon for weeks - so watch out!