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Grades 2 – 3

Basic Skills & Problem Solving I

This program is primarily intended for students entering grades 2 and 3 who want a “refresher” before school starts. It is also ideal for new students who would like to experience the Spirit of Math classroom, or establish some skills before starting the school-year evening classes. Content includes addition and multiplication drills, number theory topics such as regrouping and mental math, and problem solving topics such as consecutive number problems, counting shapes, date problems, cuts and pieces, and integers.

Grades 2 – 3

Graphing & Discovering Patterns


How can you explain an exact location in space? Students will learn how the Cartesian axes are used to describe a location in space, then plot points and make drawings in all four quadrants. This program also introduces students to the Tower of Hanoi, patterns in circle chords, and finally the Fibonacci sequence. Drills and several mPODs® (Math Problem of the Day) will be done each day. This program is for students entering grade 2 or 3 in the coming school year.


Grades 4 – 6

Basic Skills & Problem Solving II


This program is primarily intended for students entering grade 4, 5 or 6 who want a “refresher” before school starts. It is also ideal for new students who would like to experience the Spirit of Math classroom, or establish some skills before starting the school-year evening classes. Content includes integer addition and multiplication drills, number theory topics such as relocation, integers, primes, divisibility rules, lowest common multiples, and a large variety of problem solving topics, including Venn diagrams and date problems.

Grades 4 – 6

Golden Ratio & Contest Prep

The Golden Ratio was so pleasing to the eye that at one time in history it even became a “decree absolute” for the rules governing the shape and disposition of drawing and paintings, and architecture. Students taking this program will be “discovering” the golden ratio and looking at its implications in nature. Students will also be preparing for the up-coming Mathematica competitions. Drills and several mPODs® (Math Problem of the Day) will also be completed each day. This program is for students entering grades 4, 5 or 6 in the coming school year.

Grade 5

Refresher Course

The Spirit of Math grade 5 program is a foundational year when students consolidate their numeracy skills and their understanding of numbers, consequently all the Spirit of Math courses link to this year. This 1-week program is a very fast overview of the grade 5 program. It is designed for students who have finished the Spirit of Math grade 5 course (who would like to consolidate their understanding), and new students who are entering grades 6, 7 or 8.


Morning topics covered:

Relocation Property; Signed Numbers; Order of Operations; Factors, Multiples and Primes; and Number Sets.
Afternoon topics covered:
Spirit of Math 10-minute drills and problem solving.

Grades 7 – 9


This program, designed for students entering grades 7, 8 and 9, is for the serious student who wants a greater understanding of probability. This course starts with the basics and quickly progresses to high-level probability concepts, including permutations and combinations. This content is not taught during the regular Spirit of Math school year program due to limited time, but is a core topic that students should know. This course also includes daily multiplication drills and competition problem sets.

Grades 7 – 9


A thorough investigation of transformations is covered in this course. Translations, reflections, rotations, and dilations will be explored, as well as the combination of the transformations. The program concludes with a competitive rally for students to enjoy. This course is unique to Spirit of Math, having been developed apart from other textbooks. In the past, this course was taught in the evening classes, but has been taken out of the school year program to allow for the addition of new topics in the senior grades.

Spirit of Math is pleased to work with partners in offering the following amazing summer camp programs in 2016:

Grades 2-9 – Hatch Canada – The Full Hatch Experience (Richmond Hill – full day)

Kids learn to program and make awesome things every day! Hatch uses JavaScript to teach coding while campers learn the fundamentals of computer science: loops, conditionals, arrays and variables. Participants choose their own projects to build every day under the guidance of trained (and very fun) coaches. After experimenting with new code and maker projects in the first three days, campers then get to create a showcase project – a 100% self-directed project that ties together all their new skills! A final industry outing inspires campers about what’s possible in the world of technology.

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Grade 2-9 – Toronto Mandarin School (Richmond Hill – afternoon add-on program)

Immerse into a full Mandarin environment everyday and learn faster and better! Whether you are an absolute beginner or someone with previous exposure, the program is customized to your needs. This one-week program will give students a fast track to advance their Mandarin skills. Programs are available for Conversational Mandarin (Beginners), and Chinese Reader (Intermediate). Conversational Mandarin is geared to students who have little exposure to Mandarin and includes introduction to Chinese Pinyin and pronunciation, focusing on developing practical conversational skills; topics of daily life, accelerating speaking and listening skills. Chinese Reader is for students who demonstrate good conversational skills in Mandarin and includes reading by levels, focusing on vocabulary development and sentence structure.

Grades 2-3 Math & Mandarin Camp Register Now

Grades 4-6 Math & Mandarin Camp Register Now

Grades 7-9 Math & Mandarin Camp Register Now

Chess N' Math (Richmond Hill – afternoon add-on program)

With 30 years of experience, Chess ‘n Math instructors teach chess using a program especially designed for young people. It has been planned, built and tested by our best teachers over the years. Children learn at their own pace in a playful environment that emphasizes cooperation in a way that ensures development of players at all levels. The program also includes exciting intellectual games, treasure hunt, tournaments, etc. Prizes and certificates are awarded at all levels.

Grades 2-3 Chess and Math Camp Register Now

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Grades 7-9 Chess and Math Camp Register Now

Grade 2-3 – Logics Academy – Coding & Robotics: Programming Adventures (North Toronto - CNIB)

In this program students will be introduced to Dash and Dot, exciting and energetic robots that can be programmed with Google Blockly. Using this drag-and-drop programming language on tablets, students will learn essential computational thinking and problem solving skills. Employing programming concepts such as sequences, conditional statements and loops, these young coders will develop algorithms to complete stimulating challenges. From choreographing a dance, to saving the day, students will be amazed by Dash and Dot’s actions and feel empowered as they turn their imagination into reality!
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Grade 4-6 – Logics Academy – Coding & Robotics: Robot Sports (North Toronto - CNIB)

In Robot Sports, campers program robots to compete in fun sports competitions. Learn the physics behind how robot sensors gather information from the environment. Create algorithms to make real-time decisions with multiple inputs. A split second decision could mean the difference between winning and losing! Get your game face on and join us in the ultimate match up, robot versus robot.
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Grades 2-6 – Kids Learning Code – Webmakers' Camp (North Toronto - CNIB)

Provide your children the opportunity to unleash their creativity with technology! This camp is designed to help campers see technology in a whole new light – as a medium for self-expression, and as a means for changing the world. By the end of the week, participants will be able to confidently code websites and know how to troubleshoot and problem solve their web related errors. Kids will have a fantastic website and will be advocates for how the web can make a difference in the world.

Grades 2-3 Math and Webmaker Camp Register Now

Grades 4-6 Math and Webmaker Camp Register Now

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