We make mathematics FUN shows and workshops for primary aged children from 3 to 11 in schools and at home. We call it Edutainment :o)
Experience making mathematics fun for yourself when one of our mathematical clowns visits your school! Contact Bubbly Maths now :0)
Fun Family Workshops
Fun workshops for families in London. Making mathematics fun, discovering what it’s like to make a square bubble and create fun balloon shapes. Contact us for more fun information
15th March 2014
Bubbly Maths and the Pyraloons were invited to attempt a Guinness World Record for Mathematics, at the Cambridge Science Festival
On March 15th 2014, we attempted the Guinness World Record for the World’s Largest Sierpinki Pyramid (Tetrix – aka Sierpinski Tetrahedron) at the Cambridge Science Festival. We had an AMAZING day, thank you for your generous donations to AIMSSEC.
Guinness World Record Attempt Information
Join us on November 12th to become a World Record Holder.
“A fantastic presentation. The boys were enthralled. They had great fun and did lots of Maths. Thank you.”
“We will refer back to the children’s visualisation of shapes during teaching and use the balloons you left behind to model shapes.”
“Bubbly Maths was a fantastic day and greatly enjoyed by all the children from reception to Year 6. The children really enjoyed the two days and learned how to make ‘brilliant mistakes’ which they could learn from. Since then, I have heard several children repeating this idea and being prepared to take risks in their mathematical learning. It has given teachers some really useful ideas for assimilating practical mathematical activities into their day-to-day teaching practice.”
“There are learning opportunities in everything you do.”
“The activities were pitched appropriately to age groups”
“Bubbly Maths Clown Bumble was an absolute delight to have in school. The children were instantly engaged with the assembly and Bumble’s humour. It was a great chance to have shape delivered in such a visual way, where children could stand inside them. It supported our school ethos of Building learning Power and reinforced lots of mathematical vocabulary and problem solving skills. A fantastic way to deliver maths learning!”