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Bruce Waldner

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Math Midway exhibit at the NY Hall of Science
Posted: Jan 28, 2010 8:40 AM
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Math Midway exhibit at the NY Hall of Science

From: Bruce Waldner
Subject: Book Your Math Midway Field Trip
Reply-To: mrecord@nysci.org

Bring your school group to an exciting event sponsored by the Museum of Mathematics! get all the deatils by going to teh website below:

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A visit to Math Midway will make your classroom come alive as kids learn that math can be fun. Come explore the amazing attractions at Math Midway including: Square Cycles, Terrific Tessellations, Mind-Bending Mirrors, Hypnotizing Harmonics, and Perfectly Packing Patterns.

Call today to make a reservation for your class to visit Math Midway at NYSCI. Student admission is $6 per person. One chaperone is admitted free with every five students. Call 718-699-0301, Monday ? Friday, 9 am ? 5 pm.

Undecided? Attend our Educator Open House on Thursday, February 18 from 6 ? 8 pm to discover how Math Midway can enhance your curriculum. An exciting raffle will be held with a variety of prizes including a free field trip. Please RSVP by February 15 for this special event by calling 718-699-0301.

Math Midway is a production of the Museum of Mathematics, America's only museum dedicated to the wonders of mathematics.



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