Math Circle

Well, this poor guy not only wanted to learn math, he wanted to teach math too. In fact, he wanted to teach kids. Good Lord, please save the kids!

He tried. It lasted a bit less than two years, then the virus came, prevented all kind of gatherings and saved the kids.


November 9, 2023

History and ratios

Time for some history! We put sheets of paper on the wall and drew a long line across all of the sheets. The line was supposed to represent time. And time started with the Big Bang. The girls cut out an image of Big Bang and Jana pasted it to the start of the line.

August 9, 2023

Thieves and detectives

Jana, one of the Epsilon girls, turned four last Saturday so we promoted her from a triangle to a quadrilateral.

July 25, 2023

Group theory for kids?

Iztok joined the Epsilons for the first time today. And I immediately made a couple of silly mistakes.

July 18, 2023

Functions and archery

Last time, just after we finished the first Math Circle, I started to fear I’d talked too much about functions. Way too much. And Vera confirmed my fear. Kind of.

March 26, 2023

Epsilons and Deltas

In the first Math Circle, the differences between kids were just too big. Almost eight-year-old Marko and three-year-old Vesna are simply worlds apart. I should have known that before. You could see how bigger kids felt it’s silly doing the same excercises as three-year-old kids. Thus, we need two groups!

February 14, 2023

Starting Math Circle

It was to be the first Math Circle, and Vera didn’t want to miss the wonderful opportunity to mock me. She was at our house half an hour before we were supposed to start. And she brought her grandchildren too.

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