The most powerful impacts on children’s learning come from the community of passionate individuals getting involved to make a difference. The smallest seed grows into a powerful tree capable of providing food, shelter, clean air, and life; your smallest contribution can make a world of difference for the mathematical education for students.
Donate Supplies and Materials
Do you have old board games and puzzles that you don’t play anymore? Have your children outgrown their Legos and building blocks? Do you have left over art supplies like Spirographs or colorful markers that are just collecting dust? Math Engaged welcomes any and all games, puzzles, art supplies, building blocks, books, and any kind of manipulative that sparks curiosity. If you have any games or supplies you’d like children to enjoy using again, contact us and let us know.
Volunteer at Math Days
Math Engaged hosts single-day events that bring students and their families together for fun, hands-on learning. We welcome anyone to join us for the fun and help teach both students and parents how to think mathematically through activities such as playing board games, origami, and Marshmallow Geometry. The more volunteers an event has, the more mathematical conversations we can spark. Learn more about our Math Days here, and contact us to let us know that you would like to help parents and children alike engage in mathematical exploration!
Become a Mentor
Mentors have the tremendous opportunity to make long-lasting impressions on a child’s life, both academically and personally. A mentor can supplement any child’s regular education and individually help student bridge the knowledge gaps from “uh-uh” to “ah-ha!” Interested in making mathematics more personalized and fascinating for a student? Contact us to ask how.
Whether it’s an article you read, a web site you found, an activity you remember doing in class 20 years ago, or even something spontaneous that you just thought “wouldn’t it be cool if we could do this for our students?”: Math Engaged loves engaging in the conversation of creating fun activities, developing new projects, utilizing more resources, and incorporating more people in the collaborative effort to enhance the math learning experience for students. Contact us to share any ideas at all that you may have!