Shape and Space Maths Shows
The Bubbly Maths Pals perform maths shows around the world, engaging audiences using mesmerising resources.
Magical soap bubbles and giant balloons.
These are used to illustrate the mathematical fundamentals of shape and measurement.
Maths Shows in South Africa
Our own Bubblz the mathematical Pal at the Johannesburg Sci Bono Science Centre during a fundraising tour in South Africa.
The audience age ranged from 12 to 16 years.
Maths Shows in Denmark
In this clip, Bubblz and Danish clown Julius perform one our assembly shows for a school in Denmark. The audience age ranged from 6 to 16 years.
Bubbly Maths Pals can perform shows in English, Spanish, German and French. The shows are highly visual and we have assemblies that can be performed without language for international audiences.
School Assembly Maths Shows
Our Assembly shows are usually fifteen or sixty minutes long, at the start of a Bubbly Maths Day and is an ideal way to introduce the whole school to fun and mesmerising mathematics.
Family Evening Maths Shows
We love parent and children shows. The follow-up packs the school receives can be passed on to the parents and the content of the shows used to pursue the concepts learnt in the shows through activities at home and at school.
After School & Extra-Curricular Shows
Seasonal shows such as our Xmaths Show are themed to explore the use of maths in real life, such as – CAN Christmas exist without Maths?
Nursery School Shows
Nursery children are entranced as they count bubbles and identify shapes during our gentle shows for little ones, culminating in an exciting rocket release. Counting up, counting down, size words, position words, non-standard measures and identifying shapes are all included in the special shows, tailored for very young learners.
Special Needs Shows
Colourful, visual maths show and workshops are ideal for special needs (SEN) schools and inclusion requirements.
High impact no nonsense shows designed to engage disaffected learners.
Soap Bubble Shows
Early Years Shows:
How Many Children fit inside the bubble?
Estimate the height of the bubble.
Estimate the Volume of the bubble.
How can we measure it?