Posts Tagged ‘families’

It all started back in 2012….a 5th grade teacher from Gatewood Elementary (located in West Seattle) attended our annual celebration known as MathFest, and became enthused about the possibility of bringing Zeno programming to his building. In a joint effort with the school’s PTA, a partnership was born. What has ensued has been nothing short […] Read More

The boy wriggled impatiently when his father stopped to ask me the whereabouts of a water fountain. “Daddy!!! No talking! I want to make a tetrahedron!” This was one of many bits of conversation that I overheard while directing foot traffic at last Thursday’s annual math carnival, otherwise known as MathFest.   It was a […] Read More

Coming to  MathFest at the Rainier Community Center tonight? Of course you are! After all, it is the highlight of the Seattle social whirl. Where else can you play  super duper fun math games with the kids in your life, enjoy a light snack, and win prizes…all for free? And while we are busy today getting […] Read More

Yeah, I know. You have waited to the last possible minute to figure out a Halloween costume. The child in your life…well she or he knew since LAST November 1st what they wanted to be. But now it is crunch time, and the Shrek ears you normally wear each year are not to be found. […] Read More