Scott Heger’s company, Blair Adhesives, makes hundreds of different products, but there’s one product category that gets all the attention.
Our instructors at Mathnasium love teaching how math relates to everyday scenarios. That includes the countless ways to measure everyday objects’ fractional values! In this week’s word problems, we’ll have your child practice using measurements like weight, cost, or even rotation to find the values of whole or fractional parts!
Has your child ever counted the minutes until they were done with their studies and could finally go play? This week’s word problems are all about after school because, from saving allowance for that favorite video game to selling chocolates, we know that math can make that special time of day all the more enjoyable!
Happy Friday! Do you need a fun and simple math activity to keep your child engaged? Download this Number Sense Workout to give them some practice with fractions!
Our instructors love bringing excitement and fun to the topics they teach! This week we have word problems — all about the fictional island of Neverland — to spark your child’s imagination! We have new math word problems every Wednesday for all grade levels to help strengthen problem-solving skills, critical thinking, and creativity, so be sure to check back for more!
Happy Friday, friends! Need a fun and simple math activity that gets your child to think creatively? Download this Number Sense Workout all about halves!
In today’s world, math skills can come in handy at any moment! Practicing this week’s word problems will sharpen those skills and help you to be at the ready!
There’s so many ways you can count! See the interesting take on counting this week’s word problems have in store!
From navigation to fuel calculations, math is essential to sailing the sea
Ah, the romance of the sea. It beckons us from the time we’re young. Children play captain (or pirate), imagining swashbuckling adventures, colorful foreign ports and exotic new cultures. Young people typically abandon their dreams of the sea for more practical pursuits, but not Robert Quick.