Monday, October 10
Come join MoMath for in-person mini-camps on Monday, October 10. Through interactive theme-based lessons and creative hands-on projects, math will come alive for each and every participant!
“Powers of Ten”
Big numbers like 10^10 = 10,000,000,000 are quite common in the world — there are almost that many people living on Earth today! A number like 10^10 isn’t even that huge mathematically (it’s easy to write down as many 0s as we want). But how big IS a number like that, really? Can you actually imagine 10^10 things (or even 1,000 things)? We will try! Through hands-on activities and fun projects, join us to stretch your mind out to the end of the Universe!
These sessions are appropriate for students in grades 1–3 and grades 4–6, respectively.
Note: Please register each camper separately.
9:30 am to 12:00 pm
1:30 pm to 4:00 pm
|Monday, October 10
“Powers of Ten”
Each mini-camp will run only if a minimum number of participants register. If a particular mini-camp is cancelled, registrants will be notified and provided with the option to: (1) switch to a different session, if possible; (2) credit the amount paid to a future session; or (3) receive a full refund.
Visitors are required to wear masks in the Museum at all times. Click here to learn more about the Museum’s health and safety measures. By registering, all campers agree to the full terms and conditions of MoMath’s Photograph Permission and Release Agreement.
MoMath reserves the right to cancel the registration of any student who does not meet the age requirement of the class or does not abide by MoMath’s program policies; cancelled registrations will not be eligible for refunds or credits.
Spots are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. All registered campers must sign a photograph permission and release form.
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