Native American Day Math Contest 
Oct 9 is Native American Day (also known as Indigenous People's Day) .  To celebrate this occasion, we had an Operator Game Contest. 

Thanks for participating in our Native American Day Math Contest.  There were many different answers to both questions with many answers, creative and unexpected.   It was amazing that we have to create a new category, Da Vinci award, for the most creative answer.  There were so many good answers so we decided to list the top 3 answers for each question (in term of points they earned)

Problem A (1, 2, 6, 8 with target of 2)

Problem B (3, 10, 12, 13 with target of 10)

The winners are

Youth Division:  Ashley Wang
Adult Division:   Xiangjun Wang
Da Vinci Award : Allen Li, for the most creative answer: on Problem B (the 1st answer for Problem B listed above)

Check back here later this month for our Halloween Day Math Contest or follow us on our twitter feed (@wonderlandmath) for contest information when it is available.  Even you do not have the answer with the most points, you are growing your mind by working on them.  Great jobs, everyone.

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Current Classes...

Logic, Patterns, and Problem Solving

Date: Oct 11 to Dec 13, 2017 (8 sessions)
Time: Wednesdays, 5:45 pm to 7:00 pm
Location: Cupertino/West San Jose (CPAA Art Centers, San Jose on Bollinger)
Target Audience: 3rd grade and up
Cost: $240 (free trial in first class)

I Wonder… Could there be multiple answers? What if I relax some criteria to explore other outcomes?

I Wonder… What if I change this rule or that parameter of the game? Would the game become more interesting?

I Wonder… Could I create similar problems? What could I change? What should stay the same?

Would you like to enter into the Math Wonderland with us to explore the many treasures along the way? Rather than worrying about giving the correct answer, we would have fun by asking questions to deepen our understanding of the problems and related mathematical concepts.

  • Think out of the box to find creative angles to analyze math problems.
  • Enhance logic reasoning through fun and imaginative puzzles.
  • Work collaboratively with teammates to inspire each other to look deeper.
  • Lead a discussion or present a possible solution in front of the class or within the team.

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10/11/17 - 12/13/17
 5:45 - 7:00 pm
Grade 3 and up
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