Thursday, March 12, 2015

MoMath: The National Museum of Mathematics

 Me - MoMath is really fun. I liked that it wasn't just for little kids or older kids or grown-ups. It was for all ages, and all ages could enjoy it. My favorite part of the museum was where you could use virtual paint to make your own design. There was also a place where you could ride a bike with square wheels. That was fun too. Also, there was a place where you could move images around to create your own logo for MoMath. Even though, they aren't going to start using your logo it was still fun to create one. There was a place where you could program robots. You could make them chase you or run away from you or make a rainbow line. The robots were actually under the floor so you could just  see their lights. There was a place where you could press a button to make different seasons and be a human tree. The people, who worked at MoMath,  were really really nice and really helpful when you needed it. There was a little gift shop where they had DNA bracelets. They also had DNA necklaces and other things. They called them DNA bracelets and necklaces because they are shaped like DNA. They were really pretty. I got one for me and for my Mom. Over all, it was a really fun museum that you should go to if you ever have the chance. Even if you don't like math, it is still a really great place to go.*

*The above is a guest post by younger sister, Aurella.



Mom - Fun Things to Do at the National Museum of Mathematics include:

Polypaint - create your own digital design
Structure Studio - make things out of shapes
The Mathaneum - make basic shapes three dimensional
Enigma Cafe - enjoy one of a number of mathematical puzzles
Math Square - control a math game with your feet
Water Frieze - explore symmetry through rolling water patterns across a blackboard

and many more

Math topics you can learn about in a fun way at the National Museum of Mathematics include:

Symmetry
Patterns
Parabolas
Fractals
Tessellations
Spheres

and many more
 
Admission to the Museum is $15.00 for adults
                                               $9.00 children, seniors, students
                                               Free for toddlers


To purchase tickets go to https://in.momath.org/civicrm/event/register?id=71&reset=1

For group reservations go to  https://in.momath.org/civicrm/event/register?id=201&reset=1

For more information go to  http://momath.org/





And that's our view.  What would you or your kids like to learn about in a fun way at MoMath: The National Museum of Mathematics?

Tune in tomorrow for Funny Friday.

5 comments:

  1. That looks like such a fun place!!! I might even be able to learn some of the stuff to help my son with his homework!! ha/ha

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  2. It was a lot of fun!

    Thanks for visiting Says Me Says Mom and for your comment!

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  4. Thanks for sharing with us these post is really help ful for math. Today when i browsing i find another site of mathematical concepts http://virtualmathmuseum.org/

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    1. Thanks for the information and for visiting Says Me Says Mom.

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