Saturday, September 16 at 10:15 am
Shapes are all around us and form the basic building blocks of modern life. Using wooden squares, rectangles, rhombi, trapezoids, and hexagons, discover how shapes are different from each other and how mathematicians identify and name them. Through games and interactive activities, explore geometrical symmetries and how to construct polygons with many sides, including the tetracontakaihexagon! For students in grades pre-K through 2 and their families/caregivers.
Limited space available.
The event fee covers this 45-minute session. To explore the Museum before the session, purchase general admission tickets at visit.momath.org. All students must be accompanied by an adult and everyone must register. Because you are registering multiple people, please click "Continue" after you complete the registration page to enter the additional registration information.
11 E. 26th St.
New York, NY 10010
|Event fee||$ 10.00|
|Free to families in need||$ 0.00|
|Child (2–12 years old)||$ 20.00|
|Senior (60+)||$ 20.00|
|Donation to support families in need||$ 15.00|