College students create interactive math games for elementary school

11/19/2013 | Holland Sentinel (Mich.), The

Students and their parents attending Family Fun Math Night at a Michigan elementary school recently learned about measuring distances, calculating percentages and more through interactive math games. The program -- developed by college students studying elementary education -- included activity stations for all ages. "Generally, they create activities like games, crafts or exploratory estimating kinds of things, where students are engaging in math in a hands-on, friendly way," math professor Pam Wells said.

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