Mike Choate Early Education Center Delights Families with Fun-Filled Family Math Day

MCC Students and Families Taking Part in Fun Math-based Learning Activities

The Mike Choate Early Education Center, part of the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District, welcomed families to the campus for the Family Math Day on Friday, March 16th, where learning was fun for the whole family.

Building upon the excitement of January’s Family Science Day, this special event brought together students and their families for a day filled with laughter, discovery, and, of course, math!

“At the Mike Choate Center, we believe that early exposure to mathematics should be as fun as it is educational. That’s why we transformed our campus into a playground of numerical exploration, where counting, adding, and subtracting became thrilling challenges to conquer.” Shared Sarah D’Errico, Coordinator of the Mike Choate Center.

Parents and guardians joined their little ones in a series of interactive activities, from lively water play sessions to toe-tapping song and dance numbers. Together, families practiced one-to-one correspondence and honed their counting skills, all while bonding over the beauty of mathematics.

The success of Family Math Day speaks volumes about the strong partnership between the Mike Choate Center and dedicated MCC families. By fostering a warm and welcoming environment where curiosity thrives, Mick Choate Center is not just shaping young minds—but nurturing the next generation of problem solvers and innovators.

For families interested in learning more about the Mike Choate Early Education Center and their commitment to early childhood education, Visit FUESD.ORG/MikeChoate.

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