I’m talking in the range of 10-12 years old, but this question isn’t limited to only that range.

Do you have any advice on cool things to show kids that might spark their interest in spending more time with math? The difficulty for some to learn math can be pretty overwhelming. Do you have any teaching techniques that you find valuable?

**Answer**

Graph theory! It’s essentially connecting the dots, but with theorems working wonders behind the scenes for when they’re old enough. Simple exercises like asking how many colors you need to color the faces or vertices of a graph are often fun (so I hear). (Also, most people won’t believe the 4-color theorem.)

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Jan Gorzny
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