Math & Logic (Weekly Stand-Alone Topics)

11:30am-12:30pm (MST) Wednesdays

  • 1 hour
  • 10 US dollars
  • Online (Zoom link will be emailed after registration)

Service Description

Camp Logic gives students an informal and fun introduction to the nature of mathematics and its underlying structure. Students will practice complex thinking skills while solving puzzles and learning about topics, such as deductive reasoning, contradiction, invariants, and parity in order to solve a variety of engaging and hands-on problems. Each week will have a new topic (see below). This class is designed for ages 8-12. If you would like to register a student outside of that age range, please email us at prior to enrolling. Oct. 19th: Intro to Logical Reasoning with Cryptarithms Oct. 26th: Deductive Reasoning with Sudoku Nov. 2nd: "If...Then" Reasoning & Proof by Contradiction Nov. 9th: Whodunnit? Logic Puzzles Nov. 16th: Fun with Invariants (Jittery Soldier Problem) Nov. 30th: Fun with Invariants (Girl/Boy Lineup Problem) Dec. 7th: Math Analogies Dec. 14th: Magic Triangles and Squares Jan. 11th: Introduction to Parity Jan. 18th: Exploring Parity Further (Euler Paths) Jan. 25th: Math Fluency Puzzles Feb 1st: Spatial Logic with Tangrams Feb. 8th: Spatial Logic with Pentominoes Feb. 15th: Geometric Paper Folding (Origami) Feb. 22nd: Hexaflexagons Mar. 1st: Introduction to Game Theory Mar. 22nd: Game Theory (The Great Tic-Tac-Toe Debate) Mar. 29th: Game Theory (Two-Dice-Sum) Apr. 5th: The Monty Hall Problem Apr. 12th: Number Sequences Apr. 19th: Fibonacci Fun April 26th: Understanding Binary Code May 3rd: Algebraic Picture Puzzles May 10th: Kakuro May 17th: TBD May 24th: TBD

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

To cancel, please contact us at In most cases, we will refund the remaining balance, based off our weekly cost.

Contact Details

Tucson, AZ, USA