RCH teachers have got your number!
Hot on the heels of Children’s Book Week, celebrations for National Literacy and Numeracy Week are taking place each day at The Royal Children’s Hospital. With a focus on puzzles, games and brain-teasers, we’ll be encouraging children and families to exercise their mind muscles and flex their brain biceps.
Monday 27–Friday 31 August
Pesky Problems and Wonderful Words on Main Street
Using iPads, interactive whiteboards, pencil, paper and mental arithmetic, children and adults will have the opportunity to enjoy Maths-based floor games and ‘Brain Snack’ problem-solving activities that will addle adults and confound kids!
We’ll also be challenging children with word puzzles that will have even the biggest bookworms bamboozled, as well as sharing books created and self-published by children during Children’s Book Week at the RCH.
Join us for some problem-solving fun!
Monday 27 August
Go Away Mr Worrythoughts!
Where: Ella Latham Auditorium
A performance by Frankston Arts Centre based on the book by Nicky Johnston that aims to help little worriers find happiness.
Click here for more information on National Literacy and Numeracy Week.