Math Week

Stéphane LebratiNews & Events

Math at bilingual school

During our exciting Math Week, our students embarked on a hands-on exploration of 3D shapes. Using various materials and guided models, they skillfully constructed intricate creations. Through careful observation and experimentation, they discovered that wooden cocktail sticks and mini marshmallows proved to be the optimal building materials. To showcase their impressive 3D designs, we proudly displayed them in the bustling canteen, delighting fellow students during lunchtime.

Additionally, our inquisitive class conducted an investigation into the color distribution within packets of marshmallows. Applying their mathematical knowledge, they meticulously tracked frequencies and skillfully plotted their findings on graphs. The results yielded fascinating surprises, fostering a deeper understanding of data representation and analysis.

At Le Petit Cours du Rocher, we believe in fostering a love for mathematics through engaging and interactive experiences. Math Week provided our students with a platform to apply their knowledge, develop problem-solving skills, and appreciate the beauty of mathematical concepts.