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Transformations, the summer program at MoMath, meets from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Monday through Friday. Early drop off and late pick up is available for an additional fee.


MoMath is gearing up for an exciting summer program!

First through eighth graders will experience the richness of mathematics in America's only museum dedicated to math, where full-body interactive activities, hands-on education sessions, and programs in arts, music, and movement will make math come alive for each and every participant.  Whether your child is already passionate about mathematics or just starting to explore its wonders, Transformations will expose your child to cool areas of mathematics not covered in school and stoke the flames for a lifelong appreciation of mathematics.

This year's summer program will feature an Epsilons level for rising first through third graders, and a Deltas level for rising fourth through eighth graders.  MoMath's skilled and experienced staff will keep campers engaged and entertained with grade-appropriate activities, and the program's curriculum will feature hands-on learning in a warm and friendly atmosphere.  With Madison Square Park just outside MoMath's front door, there are even opportunities for fun in the sun.

Each camp session includes:

  • Two daily educator-led activities focused on a cool area of math not covered in school

  • Two weekly, hands-on activities centered on the math behind MoMath’s state-of-the-art exhibits

  • Special activities each week focused on the math of art, music, and movement

  • The opportunity to interact with other campers who share a love of math

  • The ability to go behind the scenes and learn how the Museum was conceived, designed, and built

  • A souvenir Transformations t-shirt featuring a MoMath-style logo created by each camper

Weekly programs start July 6th, and run through August 28th.  Sign up for one week, or sign up for them all!


Weekly Summer Program Themes

July 6 – 10 Summer Math Games – Take a fun approach to problem solving as you explore the math of games and games of math.
July 13 – 17 Mathemagical Marvels – Learn mathemagical tricks to astound your friends and discover the illuminating math behind magic.
July 20 - 24 Frozen Fractals – Beat the heat of summer and dive into the beauty of infinitely repeating, complex shapes.
July 27 – 31 Puzzle Me This – Solve, create, and enjoy a wide variety of physical puzzles, logic puzzles, and mazes using mathematical problem solving techniques.
August 3 – 7 Mathematics, Naturally – Spend this week exploring the math that abounds in nature and the outdoors.
August 10 –14 Geometric Wonders – Bring geometry into the three-dimensional world around us.  What amazing shapes can you make when your perspective jumps off the page and into space?
August 17 – 21 Math Undercover – Explore the math of cryptography, create hidden messages using mathematics, and challenge your friends to unlock the answers.
August 24 – 28 Strings and Things – From the math of knots, to braids, to string art, there is no end to the mathematical fun.


Registration Fees

Registration fees are $800 per one-week session, 9 am to 3 pm.  Extended day options are available:  early drop-off (8:30 am), $100 per week; and late pick-up (4 pm), $100 per week.  A 5% discount is offered for multiple purchases (multiple sessions and/or siblings).  Need-based scholarships are available. 

For more information or for scholarship application forms, please email



Monday, July 6, 2015 9:00 am   through   Friday, August 28, 2015 3:00 pm
National Museum of Mathematics
11 E 26th Street
New York, NY 10010
United States
Phone: 212-542-0566
Registration Fee(s)
Program Choice
Epsilons program, for rising 1st - 3rd graders $ 0.00
Deltas program, for rising 4th - 8th graders $ 0.00

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