For Compliment Day, explore the wonders of right angles and complementary angles with elementary school teacher Christal Holmes!
What defines a shape? How do you make one? What kinds of shapes can you make? Find out with the Children’s Museum of Manhattan.
Join elementary school teacher Christal Homes to measure perimeters with a unique unit—slippers!
Experiment with shapes and make kites out of newspapers, twigs, and string.
Step right up to Norah Jones’ ring toss game! She shows how to pick where to throw your ring by measuring the area of each target to find the biggest one. Throw your ring and win a prize!
Make kites with Norah Jones out of paper, sticks, glue, and yarn. She shows how you can cut out different shapes to make lots of kites. Then have fun outside flying them!
Test your knowledge of different types of polygons while getting some exercise too! This math game video from Camp TV just needs you (and maybe a friend) to play!
How does the shape of an object affects its properties? In this video from Liberty Science Center, join educator Jenn in conducting an at-home experiment to investigate properties of objects. Grab some paper and get ready to experiment!
What can you make with just one shape? How can an arrangement of squares show an emotion? What can you design with lines? Explore these questions with this MoMA video from Camp TV.
Joy from Bedtime Math shares how to use red and white squares to recreate some fun puzzles. Follow along and race against the clock in this video from Camp TV.