Transformations 2017 Summer Program
Explore math this summer through puzzles, games, and geometric crafts — at America's only Museum of Mathematics.
Flex your math muscles this summer!
First through eighth graders will experience the richness of mathematics in America's only museum dedicated to math. Through full-body interactive activities, hands-on education sessions, and creative projects, math will come alive for each and every participant.
MoMath offers a mixed ages camp with attentive camp counselors at every level. The Epsilons level for rising first through third graders focuses on instilling a love for mathematics. The Deltas level for rising fourth through eighth graders allows campers to fully explore their mathematical interests.
MoMath's talented staff will keep campers engaged and entertained with grade-appropriate activities, and the program's curriculum will feature hands-on learning in a warm and friendly atmosphere. With Madison Square Park just outside MoMath's front door, there are even opportunities for fun in the sun. Weather permitting, campers spend the lunch period in the park every day.
Whether your child is already passionate about mathematics or just starting to explore its wonders, Transformations will expose your child to cool areas of mathematics not covered in school and stoke the flames for a lifelong appreciation of mathematics.
Each camp session includes:
- Two daily educator-led activities focused on a cool area of math not covered in school
- Two weekly, hands-on activities centered on the math behind MoMath’s state-of-the-art exhibits
- Special activities each week focused on the math of art, music, and games
- The opportunity to interact with other campers who share a love of math
- A souvenir Transformations t-shirt
Weekly programs start July 10th, and run through September 1st. Four theme topics are offered this summer, repeated each month.
Weekly Summer Themes
|Jul 10 – 14||Perplexing Puzzles – Solve, create, and enjoy a wide variety of physical puzzles, logic puzzles, and mazes using mathematical problem solving techniques.|
|Jul 17 – 21||MathCraft – Bring geometry into the three-dimensional world around us. What amazing shapes can you make when your perspective jumps off the page and into space?|
|Jul 24 - 28||Game Theory – Take a fun approach to problem solving as you explore the math of games and games of math.|
|Jul 31 – Aug 4||Math Around Us – Explore the hidden beauty of mathematics in the world around us.|
|Aug 7 – 11||MathCraft – Bring geometry into the three-dimensional world around us. What amazing shapes can you make when your perspective jumps off the page and into space?|
|Aug 14 –18||Perplexing Puzzles – Solve, create, and enjoy a wide variety of physical puzzles, logic puzzles, and mazes using mathematical problem solving techniques.|
|Aug 21 – 25||Math Around Us – Explore the hidden beauty of mathematics in the world around us.|
|Aug 28 – Sept 1||Game Theory – Take a fun approach to problem solving as you explore the math of games and games of math.|
Register early for Summer 2017, and get the Early Bird Rate!
Sign up early for the great camp experience your family loves! At $731 per weekly session, you receive a discount on the regular session price of $860 per week. Early Bird rates will expire on May 7, 2017.
Registration Fees and Camp Policies
The Early Bird rate for Summer 2017 is $731 per one-week session, from 9 am to 3 pm. Regular registration fees are $860 per one-week session, from 9 am to 3 pm.
Early drop-off (8:30 am) options are available at $100 per one-week session. Late pick-up options are available at $100 for a 4 pm pick-up, and $200 for a 5 pm pick-up, per one-week session.
No refunds and no transfers will be permitted. Spots are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please note: MoMath does not have a nurse or other medical professional on the premises. Campers must wear closed-toe shoes to participate in camp activities. Weather permitting, campers may spend some amount of time outdoors. MoMath adheres to a strict no-tipping policy.
Limited funding is available for students from low-income backgrounds who demonstrate a strong interest in mathematics. Scholarships will be awarded in Spring 2017. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for application details.
11 E 26th Street
New York, NY 10010
|Epsilons program, for rising 1st - 3rd graders||$ 0.00|
|Deltas program, for rising 4th - 8th graders||$ 0.00|
|Session(s), Early Bird Registration, 9am - 3pm|
|July 10-14||$ 731.00|
|July 17-21||$ 731.00|
|July 24-28||$ 731.00|
|Jul 31-Aug 4||$ 731.00|
|Aug 7-11||$ 731.00|
|Aug 14-18||$ 731.00|
|Aug 21-25||$ 731.00|
|Aug 28-Sep 1||$ 731.00|
|Early drop-off (8:30 am): # of weeks||$ 100.00|
|Late pick-up (4 pm): # of weeks||$ 100.00|
|Late pick-up (5 pm): # of weeks||$ 200.00|