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The World’s Largest Maths & Science Lesson

The World’s Largest Maths & Science Lesson

What a DAY! We had 49,005 learners registered around the world in 18 countries, participating in the World’s Largest Maths & Science Lesson. I spent the morning at Northwold Primary School in London and we broadcast the event live around the world via South... read more

Bubbly Maths Workshops

Bubbly Maths Shows

Become a Guinness World Record holder!

More than 48 thousand learners from 18 countries
around the world joined us in the
Guinness World Record
attempt to create
The World’s Largest Maths and Science Lesson
for Guinness World Records Day 2015

It was a privilege and very humbling to be part of such an amazing event!” Caroline Ainslie, Founder & CEO of Bubbly Maths

Join us in 2016 for

The World’s Largest Maths and Science in Sport Lesson

for Guinness World Records Day 2016

Why does Bubbly Maths Exist?

Our mission is to make maths fun for every child on Earth. Our method is to take children through and beyond fun, leading to deeper understanding and engagement in the infinite puzzles that are mathematics. Our vehicle is maths shows and workshops using soap bubbles and balloons, for primary aged children from 3 to 11 in schools and at home. We call it Edutainment :o) Experience making mathematics beyond fun for yourselves when one of our mathematical clowns visits your school! Contact Bubbly Maths now :0) Our core belief is that EVERY child should have access, therefore our philosophy is that the “haves” help pay for the “have nots” and we are constantly fund raising. We work in disadvantaged communities in Africa and support AIMSSEC. The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences School Enrichment Centre that supports African children in disadvantaged communities to raise themselves out of poverty through rich, sustainable education.

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Testimonials

“We will refer back to the children’s visualisation of shapes during teaching and use the balloons you left behind to model shapes.”  
Mr Meleady & Mr White, Shaw School, Yr 6 teachers

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