The Richmond School District’s Math Play Space popped up at several school and community events this school year.
In the fall we were at Blundell Elementary for their Meet the Teacher Night/Open House:
We visited Kingswood Elementary during one of their afternoons of parent-teacher conferences:
Gilmore Elementary invited us to their school during an afternoon of conferences with families:
We set up in the school gym at Diefenbaker Elementary during an afternoon of conferences with families. We set up earlier in the afternoon so some of the classes could come by for a Math Play Space experience as well.
Our last school visit of the year was at Walter Lee Elementary where the Math Play Space was set up in one of their wings during an afternoon of student-led conferences:
We also set up on the main floor of the Brighouse branch of the Richmond Public Library for two afternoons:
February 13 – What different ways can you make a heart with the materials? (and other playful creations)
A public blog with an events calendar and information for parents related to the Math Play Space can be found HERE.
Unfortunately due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our events needed to be cancelled in the spring. We look forward to re-imagining how the Math Play Space might be experienced as we move forward with new health and safety protocols.