6/30/2024 | Students will study the famous ciphers of the past: the Polybius cipher, Caesar cipher, pigpen cipher, etc. [Show less] |

7/7/2024 | Students will explore anagrams, the pigpen cipher, and the rail fence cipher. At the end of class, we'll recap the material from the first two classes and, if time permits, take a quiz. [Show less] |

7/14/2024 | Students will work with instructors on packets from Math Kangaroo, an international math competition for children grades 1-12. [Show less] |

7/21/2024 | Students will work on Chapter 8 and explore more solids with blocks. If time permits, we'll also start chapter 9. [Show less] |

7/28/2024 | Students will take quiz three on chapters 7-9. Afterward, we will work on chapter 10, Knights and Liars, and begin chapter 11 if time permits. [Show less] |

8/4/2024 | Students will work through chapters 12 and 13 in the book with instructors, covering topics like the truth function, "or" operation, and "and" gates. [Show less] |

8/11/2024 | Students will learn about double negations with their instructors and then take a quiz covering chapters 10-14. With remaining time, we will move on and start chapter 15, exploring line land, a one-dimensional world. [Show less] |

8/18/2024 | Students will work through an AMC 8 problem set with instructors. [Show less] |

8/25/2024 | Students will participate in a review game with the other Beginners 2 class! [Show less] |

9/29/2024 | Students will review chapter 10 from the coursebook. [Show less] |

10/6/2024 | We will go through chapter 13 and potentially also 14. [Show less] |

10/13/2024 | [Show less] |

10/20/2024 | Chapter 17, quiz 4, chapter 18, and maybe chapter 19 [Show less] |

10/27/2024 | [Show less] |

11/3/2024 | [Show less] |

11/17/2024 | [Show less] |