*Free Friday: MoMath Online*

**Free student sessions for families in need**

**Friday, March 27**

MoMath is pleased to offer several sessions of its popular *MoMath Online* program entirely for **free** to families who have fallen on difficult times.

Whether your child is already passionate about mathematics or just starting to explore its wonders, *MoMath Online* will expose your child to cool areas of mathematics not covered in school and stoke the flames for a lifelong appreciation of mathematics.

**Space is limited, so register only if your family is facing significant financial hardship.**

**MoMath requests that each family register for only one session**, in the interest of reaching as many students as possible. Families with children in different age groups may register for no more than one session per child.

Our online education sessions offer several inspiring, mathematical themes for grades Pre-K through 12. **All times listed below are in Eastern Time (ET).**

Online Session |
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Shape Shifters (Grades Pre-K – 2)Shapes are all around us, and form the basic building blocks of modern life. Using wooden squares, rectangles, rhombi, trapezoids, and hexagons, students will discover how shapes are different from each other and how mathematicians identify and name them. Interactive activities and games will teach students about geometrical symmetries and how to construct polygons with many sides, including the tetracontakaihexagon! |
10:00 am |
3:00 pm |
N/A |
5:00 pm |

Möbius Madness (Grades 3 – 6)Students construct fascinating topological objects such as Möbius bands, discovering their fundamental patterns and structures. Hands-on activities lead students to discover the surprising properties hidden around every twist and turn! |
11:00 am |
3:00 pm |
4:00 pm |
5:00 pm |

Crazy Dice (Grades 5 – 8)Once students find the probability of rolling a given sum with a pair of standard dice, they are challenged with finding a different way to number their dice to get the same probabilities. Crazy! |
12:30 pm |
3:00 pm |
4:00 pm |
N/A |

Topological Tic-Tac-Toe (Grades 7 – 12)The familiar game of tic-tac-toe becomes fun and challenging when we play it on alternative topological surfaces. The typical 3×3 game board is enhanced by gluing together pairs of opposite edges together in various ways, making for more interesting games and mind-bending playing spaces. Students will learn to appreciate the ins and outs of these new objects as they develop strategies to master the mathematically enhanced games. |
2:00 pm |
N/A |
4:00 pm |
5:00 pm |