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Math Minds Unseen: Virtual math club

Learn the "art of problem solving" with this exciting virtual club for middle school math enthusiasts!

Calling all 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade students with visual impairments who enjoy math – this virtual club is for you! The club is run by two high school students who are on fire about math and have been very active in math competitions, Emma Grace who is a visually impaired math enthusiast and Anitha Muthukumaran a TSVI who is the advisor for the Math Minds Unseen club. The club will be using resources from MATHCOUNTS, a national extracurricular math program and competition.

Math Minds Unseen

Join Math Minds Unseen: Empowering Students with Visual Impairments in Mathematics!

Are you a student in 5th, 6th, 7th, or 8th grade with a visual impairment who loves math? We have an exciting opportunity for you! “Math Minds Unseen” is a virtual math club designed specifically for students like you. Our goal is to empower you to solve problems appearing in competitive math such as in Mathcounts and AMC competitions, regardless of your prior experience.

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For more information, visit our website at Math Minds Unseen. Don’t miss this chance to enhance your mathematical skills and be part of a supportive community. We look forward to welcoming you to Math Minds Unseen!

Download the Math Minds Unseen Flier here.

National Competitions

Want to learn more about national math competitions?

MATHCOUNTS offers engaging programs to get middle school students excited about math. Through MATHCOUNTS activities, students learn the “art of problem solving”. The math competitions, which are similar to a spelling bee, start at school-level, chapter-level, state-level and finally 4 students from each state are selected to compete nationally.

American Math Competitions (AMC) is a program which leads the nation in strengthening the mathematical capabilities of the next generation of problem solvers. AMC helps foster a love of mathematics through classroom resources and friendly competitions. AMC 8 is for middle school level competitions, AMC 10/12 is high school level. Selected students go on to participate in additional higher level math competitions.

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