It’s Monday, August 20, 2018, and time for **Math **at *ClickSchooling!*

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**Age Range: 6-13 **(Grades 1-8, with parental supervision)

“Math Night” supported by the National Science Foundation is a fun event that was created for kids in elementary school and their parents. On Math Night, families go to school together and explore math displays (similar to a science fair), make math crafts, and compete in games to solve math problems.

Now, homeschoolers can join in the fun too! At this website you can get **free access to the Math Night resources including math displays, crafts, games, and activities**. You can print them out and use them to enjoy fun math projects at home.

When you get to the site just click on any item on the icon menu that includes:

- Abacus Arithmetic
- Topology Tricks
- Wrapping Paper Symmetry
- Math is a Piece of Pi
- Bridges of Koenigsberg
- Binary Numbers
- Geometry Gems
- Algorithms, Braids, and Kolam Figures
- Clock Arithmetic
- Secret (and not so secret) Codes
- Construction by Instruction
- Mathematics of Music
- Methods of Multiplication
- The Slide Rule
- Cake Walk Math
- Mirror, Mirror
- Make a Mountain Out of a Map
- Math ‘N Music Notes
- You Can Count On It!

A new page opens with a virtual tri-fold display about that activity. Use the menu at the top of the screen to learn about the module and access the printable materials you’ll need.

Want to try other activities? Look on the menu on the left side of the screen to access some “Pencil and Paper Games” as well as the rules for playing “Math Jeopardy.”