The year 2012 has been declared as National Mathematical Year by Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, to commemorate the 125th birth anniversary of the Indian mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan
Chances are if you ask children what they fear the most in school, you will hear a resounding – ‘Maths’! And ask them what they enjoy the most – and it would very likely be a unanimous ‘games’
That is what HeyMath! has done — combining the enjoyment and fun of playing games with animated visuals to create fun engaging activities that make aths easy and enjoyable for all students. This is part of a year-long celebration of ‘National Mathematical Year’ where HeyMath! teams travel to schools across India to run exciting Math-based activities for students.
National Mathematical Year The year 2012 has been declared as National Mathematical Year by Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, to commemorate the 25th birth anniversary of the Indian mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan. His birthday on December 22 will also be celebrated as National Mathematics Day every year.
The joy of maths HeyMath! plays an active role in demonstrating the importance and joy of Mathematics and inspiring more students to pursue careers in Maths and Science. The activities aim to foster collaborative learning as students work in teams and develop a positive attitude towards the subject. The activities also help students connect Maths with everyday life while ensuring active and complete participation from students. “I never knew activities based on Maths can be so interesting and enjoyable,” Yamini, a class VI student said. Her opinion echoed across students of all classes and schools that participated in the event.