MM4M 2020 Virtual Campaign Description
With preschools closed and unemployment skyrocketing, the need for Zeno’s programming is higher than ever!
Zeno is rapidly adapting our early math program to meet the evolving needs of families. Now more than ever, we need your support to ensure Washington’s most vulnerable kids and families continue to learn and thrive.
You can play a critical role in helping families get the early learning support they need to keep their kids engaged in math and form a solid foundation prior to kindergarten.
Your gift today will help fuel Zeno’s efforts to:
- Update our online resources and shift our work with partners to ensure families have access to quality math resources and games so that learning continues in homes.
- Partner with community organizations to continue providing our 2,800+ families an opportunity to keep learning through play and our kids a sense of stability during an uncertain time.
- Offer virtual family math events and experiences aimed at engaging families in fun, impactful learning.
Please give generously - our kids are counting on YOU!
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2019-2020 Zeno Game Series
This game will teach children how to sequence. They will learn how to put a group of things in order using ordinal numbers 1st-10th.
This game will teach children how to compare and measure different things!
At Zeno, we are working to spark a cultural revolution in math! Zeno’s dual mission acknowledges that there is no such thing as a life lived without math, and that racial inequities significantly impact the ability of families of color to acknowledge and leverage the power of math in their own lives. We build young children’s early math skills by equipping families with fun and engaging tools to create the math foundation needed for a future of limitless opportunity.
Our innovative programs serve families of color in low-income communities through partnerships with community-based organizations and early learning programs. By starting early, making math fun, including families, and working with community-based partners, we are removing the barriers that families of color face in accessing early math tools and resources. Zeno envisions a world in which everyone knows they can do math.