Math Carnival Night at Linderman School

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  • AUSTIN TAKACS, a pre-schooler, gets help counting from her mother Sarah during a Bingo game at Math Carnival Night last week at Linderman Elementary School. Kids had to add two numbers together to get the number they’re looking for on their cards. (Joe Sova photos/Lake County Leader)

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    MEMBERS OF the Combs family Charlotte, Mason and mom Amanda play "Go Fish" during a Math Carnival Night activity at Linderman Elementary School.

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    MATH CARNIVAL Night at Linderman Elementary School was a “passport” for fun for kids and parents. Above, third grader Jasmyn Allred and sister Isabella, a fourth grader, register with hopes of winning a gift basket. PE teacher Micki Stanley is in the background.

  • AUSTIN TAKACS, a pre-schooler, gets help counting from her mother Sarah during a Bingo game at Math Carnival Night last week at Linderman Elementary School. Kids had to add two numbers together to get the number they’re looking for on their cards. (Joe Sova photos/Lake County Leader)

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    MEMBERS OF the Combs family Charlotte, Mason and mom Amanda play "Go Fish" during a Math Carnival Night activity at Linderman Elementary School.

  • 2

    MATH CARNIVAL Night at Linderman Elementary School was a “passport” for fun for kids and parents. Above, third grader Jasmyn Allred and sister Isabella, a fourth grader, register with hopes of winning a gift basket. PE teacher Micki Stanley is in the background.

Math Carnival Night was featured last Thursday at Linderman Elementary School, giving students an opportuntiy to have some fun in a learning environment.

Students and parents visited 11 stations — ranging from Cocoa Computation, Mad for Math!, Exploration Stations and My Voice Survey to Dancin’ Dice, Addition Bingo and Spectacular Sierpinski Pyramid.

“We have a very strong parent partnership team at Linderman,” principal Kristin Wilson said. “We’re purposeful in creating activities and inviting events.”

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