“Mathematics as an expression of the human mind, reflects the active will, the contemplative
reason, and the desire for aesthetic perfection” -Richard Courant
Learning mathematics can be made easier and enjoyable if a school curriculum includes mathematical activities. Presidium truly believes in making learning as exciting as possible through student-centric activities. We recently organised an activity on mathematics for the students of grade 7. The aim of the activity was to teach the students that - ‘The Sum of Complementary Angles is 90 degree’ in a fun filled manner. It not only enhanced the critical thinking of the students but also improved their logical reasoning. Experiential learning in classroom was at its best throughout the activity which kept the fear and boredom while studying maths at bay!