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“Mathematics may not teach us to add love or subtract hate, but it gives us hope that every problem has a solution.”

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Recommended for ages 6 and up


Semester One (Sep 16-Jan 27)

  • Coyotes Can Count (Sep 16-Oct 7)

  • Armadillos Can Add It Up! (Oct 14-Nov 4)

  • Skunks Can Subtract (Nov 11-Dec 9)

  • Gorillas Do Geometry (Jan 6-27)


Semester Two (Feb 3-May 26)

  • Blobfish Can Multiply (Feb 3-24)

  • Dodo Birds Can Divide (Mar 3-24)

  • Green Turtles Can Graph (Mar 31-Apr 28)

  • Black Spider Monkeys Love Money, and Tigers Tell Time (May 5-26)

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Recommended for ages 9 and up

Semester One (Sep 14-Jan 25)

  • Narwhals Love Numbers (Sep 14-Oct 5)

  • Arctic Wolves Add (Oct 12-Nov 2)

  • Snow Leopards Subtract (Nov 9-Dec 7)

  • Giant Pandas Do Geometry (Jan 4-25)


Semester Two (Feb 1-May 24)

  • A Macaw Can Multiply (Feb 1-22)

  • Dolphins Can Divide (Mar 1-22)

  • Black Rhinos Love Fractions and Decimals (Mar 29-Apr 25)

  • Lowland Gorillas Love Money, Time, and Graphs (May 3-24)

Image by Joshua Hoehne

Recommended for ages 11 and up

Semester One

  • Raccoons and Investigating Operations and Tricky Points (Sep 14-Nov 2)

  • A Jungle of Fractions and Geometry (Nov 9-Jan 25)

Semester Two

  • Digging Past the Surface of 0 (Feb 1-Mar 22)

  • Where’s the Point, Paleontologist? (Mar 29-May 24)

Math Notebook and Calculator

Recommended for ages 13 and up

Semester One (Sep 15-Jan 26)

  • Number Families, and the Small and Divided (Sep 15-Nov 3)

  • Shapes and Roots: Geometry and Square Roots (Nov 10-Jan 26)

Semester Two (Feb 2-May 25)

  • Three Operations in a Tub: Algebra, Data, and Graphs (Feb 2-Mar 23)

  • 10% Chance of Rain? Statistics and Probability (Mar 30-May 25)

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