2024 Session 9 Report: Rubik’s Cube Competition and Math Games

  • Itsekiri NextGen Project: 2024 Session 9 Report
  • Topic: Maths Fun
  • Date: 16th of March 2024
  • Volunteers Present: 4
  • Total Number of Attendees: 70
  • Timings: 09:00 am – 1:00 pm
  • Venue: Former Caravan 4, Aja-Pessu (Pessu Town), Warri
  • Main Topic/Activity: Rubik’s Cube Competition and Math Games
  • Resource Person: Debi Amadedon

Summary:

Session 9 focused on cognitive exercises, engaging participants in mathematical games and a Rubik’s Cube competition to stimulate their problem-solving skills.

Session Delivery:

Session 9 focused on cognitive exercises, engaging participants in mathematical games and a Rubik’s Cube competition to stimulate their problem-solving skills.

Session Delivery:

Participants arrived gradually and settled in for the session with the opening prayer and the Itsekiri anthem.

Emmanuel Egbe conducted a review of the previous craft session with the participants.

Debi Amadedon then explained the session’s focus and its relevance, emphasizing the need for participants to engage their minds through thought and sensory perception.

Different categories of mathematical games were printed on papers and distributed among the participants. They worked collaboratively, asking questions and seeking assistance when needed.

A Rubik’s Cube competition was held between teams Olu Atuwatse and Olu Ginuwa, and between teams Olu Erejuwa II and Olu Ikenwoli. Team representatives competed to solve the Rubik’s Cube.

In the first round, Team Olu Atuwatse defeated Team Olu Ginuwa, and Team Olu Erejuwa II emerged victorious over Team Olu Ikenwoli.

The winners of each round competed again, with Team Olu Atuwatse emerging as the overall winner. Team Olu Ginuwa secured third place.

The session proved to be intellectually stimulating and engaging for all participants.

Volunteers:

Debi Amadedon Emmanuel Egbe Itse Mirabel Ukubeyinje Jolomi Tedeye

Other key activities during the session:

Rubik’s Cube competition between teams.

What went wrong:

The SD card on the camera was broken.

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