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Seahorses Can Sort

Seahorses Can Sort


Seahorses are tiny creatures, but boy can they eat! Seahorses can eat up to 3,000 brine shrimp every day. They eat so much they get bored, so they compare their brine shrimp with others’ to see how different they are. Students will explore numerical amounts, and discover matches, differences, and alike and different numbers. They will learn how to compare amounts and put numbers in order. Join us for an adventure of manipulation and comparison. We hope to sea you there!


  • Alike and Different


  • Noticing Differences


  • Finding Matches


  • More Than


  • Less Than


  • Identify Patterns


We will be using math games, activities, animation, and manipulatives for increased interaction, fun, and understanding.


  • Minimum recommended age: 4
  • Instructor: Ms. Hansa Sigar
  • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11-11:30 AM ET
  • 8 classes
  • November 9, 11, 16, 18, 30, December 2, 7, 9 (no class November 23, 25)


Hansa Sigar, a dedicated teacher with excellent subject knowledge, is currently studying Computer Science and Engineering at Rajasthan College of Engineering for Women. She possesses a genuine enthusiasm and passion for teaching mathematics and is particularly adept at the art of creating a stimulating learning environment for students. She has always taken a keen interest in the fields of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.


Hansa always loves to explore and experiment with machines and their mechanisms, concepts of physics, and of course mathematics! She absolutely loves teaching kids! In her spare time, she collects stamps, debates, and studies astronomy. Her hobbies include playing guitar, piano, and kalimba! She is a polyglot who loves nature and likes to explore woods, lakes, and cultural aspects of the getaway destinations. All these activities often inspire her to sketch and paint flora and fauna with her own unique twist. She firmly believes that imagination, curiosity, and the spirit of creativity are imbibed through experimenting and exploring!


Teaching style: hands-on activities, class discussions, gamified learning plans, visual math, word problems, educational activities

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