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Stay-in Sessions

We have really been missing our monthly drop-in library events so we thought – why not bring them to you at home this autumn 2020 with ‘stay-in’ sessions.

Next Stay-in Session: Saturday 12th December – Save the Snowman! 

What is a Stay-in Session?
It’s a creative maths activity, designed to be explored at home as a family, accompanied by an online make-a-long video session, led by Maths on Toast staff.

When are you running Stay-in Sessions?
Every month
between September and December we will release a fun, hands-on, creative maths activities for you to follow as a family. 

Where can I find the sessions?
You can find links to upcoming sessions at the top of this page. Scroll down to see past sessions. Don’t worry if you can’t make it to a live session – How-To videos will be uploaded and made available for you to view at any time. 

Will I be able to ask you questions?
If you watch it live, Susan and Niki – our Community and Schools Outreach Co-ordinators – will be on hand to answer any questions while you are watching. 

What materials do I need?
Don’t forget to download any accompanying PDF resources in advance so you are ready to go. A link to these will be on website, along with a list of any other materials we think you will need for that month’s activity.

Missed any of our earlier Stay-in sessions? No problem!
You can find links to previous months’ stay-in sessions below.

November 2020 Make a TetraTREEdron

We’re inviting families, schools and communities to come together this December to build and decorate a festive tree with a difference!

MAKE A TETRA-TREE-DRON  

October 2020 Make a Pumpkin Bauble

Discover how 2D circles can be used to create 3D spheres. No carving or sticky pumpkin innards to deal with, just lots of creative maths fun – and a bit of sticky glue!

MAKE A PUMPKIN BAUBLE  

September 2020 Put your Maths Glasses on

Make your very own pair of Maths Glasses, and explore the idea of maths glasses to help us see the maths all around us in our everyday lives!

PUT YOUR MATHS GLASSES ON’