STEM Night With PBS Apps

April 30, 2013
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Here is the list of PBS apps that the kids played with at the STEM night. Dinosaur Train Jurassic Jr. lay through three math-based games focused on sorting, using a pan balance and counting to help Gilbert get Troodon Town ready for the big event! WILD KRATTS Creature Math: Helps children practice addition and subtraction [...]

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Kids Work Out With BOKS – Event Roundup

January 11, 2013
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The BOKS and the Dads Do Good team hosted a family event for parents and kids on October 14th, 2012 at the Reebok International Ltd, Canton MA. Special thanks to Kathleen Tully, Marla Pace and Reebok trainers for making this a success. We feel proud to be working with this amazing organization who is just [...]

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Announcing ‘Kids Can Work It Out’ On 10/14

September 29, 2012
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We are partnering with BOKS, an initiative of The Reebok Foundation, to provide an immersive experience on physical activity and its benefits. We believe that children who exercise regularly do better in school. The BOKS, before school activity, program is already running in many Boston area schools. The event is FREE but registration is required to [...]

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Physics Of Roller Coaster Event Roundup

September 19, 2012
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We believe in the significance of engaged parents in shaping up young minds. Science and math is not boring and is not meant for the geeks – its for every one. However, the challenge remains as to how we make it fun. That is why we decided to partner with Six Flags to make Physics [...]

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Physics Does Not Start At High School

May 31, 2012
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Yes, you don’t need to be in high school to know Physics. Essentially, Physics starts with the observation of natural phenomenons like things in motion tend to stay in motion. Even though elementary school kids may not know what physics means they can make observations about things that peak their curiosity e.g. why a penny [...]

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Save The Date 07/15 – Physics Of Roller Coaster At Six Flags, New England

March 12, 2012
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We are partnering with Six Flags New England to host the next event Physics Of Roller Coaster on July 15th, 2012. We will not be holding this event inside a conference room but out in the open at the Six Flags New England, Springfield MA. This will be an all day event and details are being worked [...]

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Math Is Fun Event Roundup

February 14, 2012
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Thanks to all those who came for the Math Is Fun event. I hope you had as much fun as I have seeing this event come to fruition. You could have chosen to spend your Saturday anywhere but you chose to come to a math event. So give yourself a round of applause for making that [...]

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Panelist, Lindsay Wurst – Associate Editor, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

January 19, 2012
Lindsay Wurst

Lindsay Wurst Lindsay is an Associate Editor for K-5 Math at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in Boston. She is currently working on several programs including Every Day Counts Calendar Math and Math in Focus Singapore Math. Born and raised in Ohio, Lindsay earned a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Studies from Bowling Green State University in [...]

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Meet Mike Landers, A Math Teacher In Atlanta

January 18, 2012
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There’s a math teacher who changed my child’s life back in sixth grade. He genuinely cares about his students, so much so that he stays after school each day to offer free tutoring to each and every child willing to stay after class. My son was one of those students six years ago. And to this day, my [...]

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Moderator, Ashley Kruise – Bio Engineer

January 18, 2012
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Ashley Kruise During the day I work full time as an Engineer at Atrium Medical but during the evening I love to teach. I developed a passion for working with students when I was in college and continued to work as a tutor upon graduation. I have been tutoring middle school and high school aged [...]

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