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ALL NEW The Art of Math: A Camp Exploring Math Through Art and Games
In this one week camp updated with all new content, campers will learn how fun math can be by exploring mathematical concepts through art and games.
Who said math has to be boring? In this camp, we'll discover how much fun math can be by applying mathematical concepts to art, games, and even cooking! Students will be encouraged to explore questions as they arise throughout camp activities, and to engage all of their imagination and curiosity. They will be having so much fun, they won't even realize how much they're learning! This camp is suitable to both those already familiar with these concepts but wanting to take a deeper dive into...
Through camp activities, learners will improve their understanding of: - uses of positive and negative integers - comparing and ordering positive and negative integers along a number line - adding and subtracting integers using models - plotting points along the Cartesian coordinate system - locating points along the Cartesian coordinate system - decimal place value - representing decimals using models - comparing decimals with and without the use of models - comparing proper fractions - ordering proper fractions - finding and creating equivalent fractions using models - adding and subtracting fractions with like denominators
I have taught, and continue to teach, all of these concepts successfully as an elementary school teacher to a wide range of learners with different abilities and skill levels.
Campers will need a large sheet of paper or tablecloth that can be written on, markers, two different coloured candies, a small ball, a paper towel roll, scissors, popsicle sticks, white cupcake liners or coffee filters, liquid glue, a glue stick, a pencil, pencil crayons, a pair of dice, a variety of patterned paper such as wrapping paper and/or magazines, a ruler, construction paper in various colours, a basic calculator, a recycled cereal box or other light cardboard, a plastic lid or other similar sized circular object to trace, paint, a paintbrush, a set of measuring cups, a set of measuring spoons, at least three different kinds of fruit cut up into small pieces, a bowl, a spoon, plain yogurt, honey or maple syrup, cinnamon, and vanilla. I will be providing sheets for battleship and mosaics and grid paper, I will post these in the classroom to be printed off.
Parents may wish to supervise some art activities, in order to ensure that mess remains minimal. They may also wish to supervise the use of scissors. Kahoot will be used to play a game comparing decimals. Students can join the game through the use of a separate device or by opening a new window on the same device. Although this website meets Outschool's safety standards, parents may still wish to supervise its use. Breakout rooms will be used to allow learners to play a battleship game. I as the instructor will be physically present in each room through the use of different devices so that I may ensure continuation of supervision. Parents may wish to monitor their children's activities more closely during this time, while remaining off-camera as fits Outschool's policies.
Meet the teacher
Hello OutSchool families! My name is Chelsey and I am an enthusiastic, and creative elementary school teacher, youth theatre director and summer camp leader. I hold a degree from the University of British Columbia in English and Theatre, and...
$45for 4 classes
4x per week, 1 week
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(3)
Completed by 11 learners
Live video meetings
4-12 learners per class