South Surrey math centre to host numbers game

Surrey and White Rock students will soon have the opportunity to test their math skills while helping raise money for local schools.

Surrey and White Rock students will soon have the opportunity to test their math skills while helping raise money for local schools.

Mathnasium’s annual TriMathlon – an event designed to encourage an interest in math for students in Grades 2-5 – is set for Nov. 5 at the South Surrey Mathnasium Learning Centre (3268 King George Blvd.).

The event will feature three competitions – Magic Squares, in which students develop their own math problems; The Counting Game, which tests students’ ability to count from any number, to anything, by any number; and the Mental Math Workout, which will challenge students to solve a problem without a pencil or paper.

Participation is free and open to all Surrey and White Rock students.

For more, call Barindra Dua at 604-385-3100, email south surrey@mathnasium.com or visit www.mathnasiumtrimathlon.com

 

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