Join Susan and Niki – our Community and Schools Outreach Co-ordinators – and make your very own pair of maths glasses, then help us discover the maths both inside and outside your homes.
We have really been missing our monthly drop-in library events so we thought – why not bring them to you at home this autumn with ‘Stay-in Sessions’.
In our first monthly video session we’ll be exploring the idea of maths glasses to help us see the maths all around us in our everyday lives! Join Susan and Niki – our Community and Schools Outreach Co-ordinators – and make your very own pair of maths glasses, then help us discover the maths both inside and outside your homes.
Where can I watch the Stay-in Session?
The video session will go live at 2.30pm on the Fun Maths at Home section of our website and our Facebook page. Don’t worry if you can’t make it – the video will remain up for you to view at any time.
If you watch it live on Facebook, our team will be on hand to answer any questions via Facebook or email while you are watching.
What materials will I need?
You will need:
- paper or card;
- colouring pens and/or pencils;
- materials for decorating such as glitter or sequins (optional);
- glue or sellotape;
- something as a shape to draw around like a circle, a square or a ruler.
Also don’t forget to download the accompanying PDF resource (link below) in advance so you are are ready to go!