Because all children deserve to be

powerful users of mathematics.
To get the most out of a Pi Q Math camp, your child should be able to:
Focus on a challenging problem for a short period of time independently
Shows an interest in setting and achieving daily goals
Play board games! Understands winning, losing, and how to develop strategies
Read and write at a 1st grade level
Recognize, verbalize and write the numbers from 0 to 100 effortlessly
Add and subtract 1 or 2 with any random number between 1 and 30 effortlessly
is my younger child ready for pi q math?
recommended age
For Children in 1st  8th Grades
Our most advanced students can try out the following challenges:
Join The Math Enthusiasts, a Saturday morning math club for 2nd  8th graders
Play 24 game with the fraction and decimal edition in the Math Rocks center
For example, try to make 24 using subtraction, addition, multiplication or division and using 9, 1, 8 and 1/6. Use all four numbers once.
Explore Scratch, LOGO or Blockly Game challenges in the Computer Center
Create a bubble machine where the bubbles float in a wiggle way up the screen. Pop specific bubbles just by waving your hand in front of your computer’s camera!
Learn about recursion while programming a turtle to draw cool fractals
Think deeply about prealgebra topics in the Math Lab center
Try your hand at fun problems covering a wide variety of advanced middle school level topics that come from prestigious math competitions such as the American Mathematics Competitions, MathCounts, and the Math Olympiads
Continue to develop your reasoning skills through puzzles in Puzzle Masters
Try out a 7x7 or 8x8 Ken Ken puzzle. These are challenging and fun even for adults!
will my older child be challenged at pi q math?
Showing math pride.