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    Beat The Summer Slide. Enjoy Summer Success Instead!

    Beat The Summer Slide. Enjoy Summer Success Instead!

    Jun 1, 2019

    When summer comes, the knowledge your child worked hard for all school year is in danger of slipping away. This is especially true for math: On...




    10 Ways to Avoid the Summer Slide and Keep Math Skills Sharp

    10 Ways to Avoid the Summer Slide and Keep Math Skills Sharp

    Apr 29, 2019

    While summer is the time for fun in the sun, it’s also when your child’s math knowledge is in danger of slipping away. On average, students lose...




    Five Movies (or Books) to Encourage a Love of Math

    Five Movies (or Books) to Encourage a Love of Math

    Sep 24, 2018

    Enjoying movies together is a favorite family activity, and if those movies incorporate math in an interesting and engaging way, all the better! ...




    9 Fun Activities to Prevent Summer Learning Loss (and Boost Math Skills)

    9 Fun Activities to Prevent Summer Learning Loss (and Boost Math Skills)

    Jun 11, 2018

    Long summer days invite the family to spend extra time relaxing, playing, and connecting. Many parents also look for ways bolster their children’s...




    How to Choose the Right Summer Math Program

    How to Choose the Right Summer Math Program

    Apr 9, 2018

    Plenty of summer math learning programs are available to assist kids who need or want stronger math skills. Comparing them, though, is like...



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    Before I came to Mathnasium, I could sum up everything I felt about math in one word: 'EVIL!' I hated math. ... Mathnasium has been my safe haven. They truly have shown me the light when it came to addressing my fear and provided me with the tools that I need to rebuild my prior knowledge so that I won't forget it. Math is no longer a subject I shy away from but it is a subject I can boldly accept and understand.

    Roxanne, 12th grade

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