2017 Family Math Game Night

Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Open House 5:00 to 8:00 pm
Sargent Memorial Library

Join us. You and your child can also explore the connection between math and art in a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, ART, Math) activity. While enjoying the game night, find out about other PIP events, such as, Market Math and Star Parties. 
We need adult and student volunteers. As a volunteer you will help the attendees with the games and puzzles or the other activities. 

New this year: Computer Coding Games similar to those at the Night of Code. Enjoy the games at home at code.org.

Students (grades 7 through 12) from Acton or Boxborough who want to teach younger students how to play math games can sign up here.

Family Math Game Night, K-12

Family Math Game Night

Each winter AB PIP STEM holds a Family Math Game. These math games are a simple, inexpensive, fun way for students from kindergarten through high school to practice estimation skills and number facts. Younger children can play addition and subtraction KenKen or Domino games using dominos sets with 0-6 or 0-10 dots per tile; advanced students can play multiplication and division KenKen games or experiment with equations using domino sets with 0-15 dots per tile. No two games are alike, which keeps KenKen, Sudoku and Domino Math fresh and exciting. Acton PIP provides the dominos and volunteers hand out game instructions. 

Domino Math Instructions

KENKEN and Sudoku Rules

Online Math Games

PIP links to many online math games from Brain Teasers to Interactive Challenges. We also loan math reference books at the Acton Memorial Library and Douglas School.