You can find here posters and flyers you may use for promoting Math Kangaroo.
AUTHOR: Violet Hughes, Grade 1, Newtown, CT
A few words from author of the poster: “I love to do math and Math Kangaroo problems, make inventions, read, write & illustrate stories, play the violin and the piano, and play outside. My poster depicts math as an adventure. This is both because Math Kangaroo has been on a 25-year journey of spreading the joy of math to students of all ages AND because learning math and solving problems IS a fun adventure!”
AUTHOR: Ramier Villarama, Grade 11, Bayonne, NJ
A few words from author of the poster: " The poster I created is inspired by math websites, specifically for kids. As I have a younger brother who is in kindergarten, he is usually learning on a computer and on certain websites for math. One day, he asked me for help on a problem, which inspired me to center my eye-catching image on this topic. I still remember fond memories of going on math websites for kids when I was younger and it always making math less serious and more fun. Therefore, I am hoping my poster can capture the average and more younger student's attention and show them that math and contests, like Math Kangaroo, are as fun as these websites, as well as provide a sense of nostalgia for older students. "
AUTHOR: Varni Modi, Grade 1, Tucson, AZ
A few words from author of the poster: " Since past few months, I am learning computer programming and coding language and wished to exhibit what I have learned so far through this poster contest. In the poster, I showed 3D kangaroo – a baby kangaroo in his pocket - with balloon and gift box that tells math is a family fun game and all should enjoy it."
AUTHOR: Neha Kuchhal, Iowa City, IA
Her poster was chosen to promote Math Kangaroo 2019. She lives in Iowa City, IA. She writes about herself that loves to look at math like a detective. She received Best Math Kangaroo Poster Certificate and $250 Amazon gift card. Congratulations to Neha for her winning entry! She did a terrific job of capturing the core of our mission in an attention-grabbing and humorous way.
AUTHOR: Archit Kumar, Grade 7, Dublin, CA
A few words from author of the poster: "I love drawing cartoons and comics. I've been drawing my own cartoons since I was in kindergarten, but I'd never really had the opportunity to share my art with the world. Therefore, when I learned about the Math Kangaroo poster contest earlier this year, I was on board immediately! My poster helps reflect the fun, playful side of math, the one that the Math Kangaroo is built upon. The smiling kangaroo symbolizes the joy of math, while his chef hat and apron represent the creative, logical side of things. Plus, I just couldn't resist including the pun about 'pi'."
AUTHOR: Aditya V Kaliappan, Grade 12, Boyds, MD
A few words from author of the poster: "I am very interested in abstract thinking emphasized by mathematics and computer science. I am a former participant in the Math Kangaroo
competitions, and was able to win prizes at the state level. Competitions have always allowed me to improve my critical thinking skills throughout my school years and in college. My poster expresses my hope that students will find greater success in their academic endeavors by learning to read critically and think about mathematics curiously when preparing for and participating in the Math Kangaroo competition."
AUTHOR: Przemek Nalaskowski, Level 12, Aurora, IL
A few words from author of the poster: "My favorite subject at school is history. My mom was the first person who told me about Math Kangaroo. I wanted to get involved some way but I am better at designing than at math. After thinking about what I can do to contribute to Math Kangaroo I realized that I can make a nice flyer with my computer graphic skills so it will advertise this contest for next year."
AUTHOR: Julia Ong, Grade 4, Milpitas, CA
Julia Ong is homeschooled, and her favorite subject is math. She loves to read fiction books and compete in the Math Kangaroo competition. Besides winning the poster contest, she also won 8th place at national level at the Math Kangaroo competition this year. Last year Julia was also very successful. She won 1st place at the state (California) level and 2nd place at the national level when she was in third grade.
AUTHOR: Andrea Bajscy, Grade 11, Champaign, IL
Andrea is a senior student in Champaign, Illinois. She did a remarkable job of detaining the spirit of the Math Kangaroo mission, as well as generated a truly powerful poster and message! Simplicity and creativity made Andrea the winner.
AUTHOR: Luis Rubio, Grade 7, Chicago, IL
In all, he submitted 10 posters. His winning entry did a terrific job of capturing the essence of the Math Kangaroo mission, as well as creating a truly powerful poster and message!