Math Enrichment Classes Offered For 3rd, 4th, And 5th Graders

Monday, May 19, 2014

A variety of mathematics enrichment activities that emphasize problem solving, have connections to other content areas, and use a variety of learning materials are available through Continuing Education at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Sessions are appropriate for students entering the selected grade, or for students who want to review, and will be taught by licensed teachers.

The classes offer childen an opportunity to explore numbers, patterns, geometry, measurement, statistics, and probability in a child-friendly environment.

The program will be held at UTC, with drop-off and pick-up at Hunter Hall (instructions will be sent upon registration).

Students may bring their lunch every day, or they may sign up to have lunch provided for the week by UTC Food Service. There is also a before care option available from 7:30-9 a.m. and an after care option available from 4-5:15 p.m.; these optional services can be selected when completing the online registration form.

For more information, visit UTC Continuing Education online at   http://www.utc.edu/continuing-education/

3rd Grade Session:  Monday, June 2 - Friday, June 6; 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.; UTC - Hunter Hall and Guerry Center.  Click on the link to register:  http://ceregister.utc.edu/EmsRegics/Math%20Enrichment%20for%203rd%20Grade

4th Grade Session:  Monday, June 9 - Friday, June 13; 9 a.m. – 4  p.m.; UTC - Hunter Hall and Guerry Center.  Click on the link to register:  http://ceregister.utc.edu/EmsRegics/Math%20Enrichment%20for%204th%20Grade.

5th Grade Session:  Monday, July 7 - Friday, July 11; 9 a.m. – 4  p.m.; UTC - Hunter Hall and Guerry Center.  Click on the link to register:  http://ceregister.utc.edu/EmsRegics/Math%20Enrichment%20for%205th%20Grade.




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