Welcome to York University's Math Kangaroo Wesbite! Since 2016, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at York University has hosted the Math Kangaroo Contest, which is held in March of every year. Information about registering for the contest can be found here. This contest encourages the fun and creativity behind mathematics at an early age. Stay tuned for updates by visiting this page often.
Complementing the Kangaroo Math contest, we will have learning sessions leading up to the date of the contest in March. These learning sessions are an opportunity to expose and inspire young minds to the ingenuity, logic, and beauty behind mathematics in a dynamic and carefree learning environment. Anyone who plans on writing the contest in March at York University are welcome to register for these sessions; however, there is no requirement to register for the contest in order to attend our learning sessions. Parents are not expected to attend the learning sessions with their children. There is currently NO fee associated to the learning sessions.
All learning sessions will be held at York University (Keele Campus) in the Ross Building, Room S525 ("S" stands for South Tower of the Ross Builiding). For directions, see York University's Campus Map. Note: the Ross Building is #28 on the campus map.
Information about parking at York University can be found here.
Learning sessions are divided by the following grades*:
(A) grades 1 to 2
(B) grades 3 to 4
(C) grades 5 to 6
(D) grades 7 to 8
* for grades 9 and up, please email us at cmkc(at)yorku(dot)ca to let us know of your interest, and the specific grade you are in. Please anticipate about five business days for a reply.
Online registration for the learning sessions is now available here and will close October 1, 2019. The first 2020 learning session will be sometime in January 2020. Learning sessions will be held once a week for about 1 to 2 hours on either Saturday or Sunday. Further details will be posted on this page closer to the date. Check this site often for updates.
See pictures of our previous Math Kangaroos, and read a story about our first time hosting the Math Kangaroo Contest. Previous copies of contests, as well as many answers to your questions can be found at the Canadian Math Kangaroo Contest Website. For further inquiries, write to cmkc(at)yorku(dot)ca. Please anticipate about five business days for a reply.
We are looking for sponsors! If you know of a company or individuals interested in sponsoring our learning sessions, please write to us at the email address above.
Last updated: July 21, 2019.