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Are you baffled and stressed when it comes to helping your kids with math homework? Make #math anxiety a thing of the past. Come to #Mathnasium -- we can build math confidence!
So-called math-anxious parents who provided frequent help on homework actually hurt their children by passing on their anxiety, a study found.
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Whether you're planning an epic car trip across the country, or heading to Grandma's for the weekend, backseat car time is the perfect opportunity for math practice! Here are a few games to play in the car to pass the travel time and keep math fresh in your family's mind over the summer break!

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Whether you're planning an epic car trip across the country, or heading to Grandma's for the weekend, backseat car time is the perfect opportunity for math practice! Here are a few games your child can play in the car to pass the travel time and keep math fresh in their brains.
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In honor of ‪#‎WorldSnakeDay‬, here's a fun middle school problem featuring one of our favorite scaly reptiles - the rattlesnake. Can you solve it?
Some rattlesnakes can shake their rattles at a rate of 50 times per second and keep rattling for 3 hours. At that constant rate, how many times can a rattlesnake shake its rattle in a 3 hour span?

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"Mathnasium has a proven curriculum and teaching methods that have been developed over 35 years. They have been successful in helping thousands of children around the world. Math has always been a favorite subject for us, and we and our families wanted to bring that same joy and passion to other families."
Mathnasium franchisee Mo Khalil, owner of nine centers and counting, shares why he loves making a difference in students' lives and why he chose Mathnasium in this Entrepreneur feature article!
Mo Khalil opened nine Mathnasium franchises in Florida to help children.
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“At school, I was doing advanced math, but I was working at the pace set by my class. Mathnasium allowed me to work at my own pace—working fast on topics that I understood well and taking my time on others that were harder for me.
The initial Assessment determined which topics I needed to reinforce so I didn’t waste time reviewing what I already mastered. The face-to-face contact with my instructors was crucial because I didn’t struggle or get frustrated with a problem before I got help. As soon as I encountered an obstacle, the instructor was right there to help me and to smooth the way.
The Mathnasium session became one of the highlights of my day—I was learning painlessly and as fast as I could to absorb the material. For all these reasons, math became my favorite subject, and this reinforced my desire to choose a math-related career. I already spoke English and Spanish. Math became a third language for me.”

We’re so proud of former Mathnasium student-turned-instructor Luis Francisco Bogran (known to family and friends as Tito), who just graduated this May from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. Tito just secured a coveted job at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, FL as a software developer working on the ground systems development and operations teams. Congratulations on your well-deserved success, Tito!
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Happy Father's Day! Can you decode our Father's Day message? Solve the problems below, then use the letters of the alphabet that correspond to the numbers (A=1, B=2, C=3 ... Z=26) to decode the special message, and share the finished product with your Dad this weekend!
1) 2, four times.
2) 200 – 199 = ______
3) The perimeter of a square a side length of 4 inches.
4) Half of 32 = ______
5) 1 dime + 2 nickels + 5 pennies = ______ ¢
6) 72 ÷ 12 = ______
7) (4 + 8 ÷ 3)^0 = ______
8) How many nickels make a dollar?
9) 5 apples + 3 bananas = ______ fruits
10) 1 × 5 = ______
11) 8 + 2 × 5 = ______
12) The 8th prime number is ______.
13) How many sides does a quadrilateral have?
14) What is the GCF of 9 and 11?
15) A quarter of 100 is ______.
For the full problem set and alphabet list, head over here:
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We're thrilled to announce the winners of our ‪#‎TeacherAppreciation‬ contest! A huge congratulations to Nancy Bromhead and Ann Syvertsen - thank you prize packs are on the way to each of you. smile emoticon
Thank you again to ALL the teachers who work so hard each and every day - without you we couldn't do what we love!
Join us in congratulating these outstanding teachers!
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Happy Friday! We got a good chuckle out of this math joke from Mathnasium of Roland Park!
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My hands are pretty tiny...
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Happy Friday! We got a giggle out of this. :D
‪#‎mathfun‬ ‪#‎FridayFun‬
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"I came a long way from stressed & confused to confident. Now I'm feeling PROUD!"
We love this adorable thank you note from mathlete Ava showing appreciation for Jennifer at Mathnasium of Almaden/San Jose for helping to boost her confidence in math!
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"...It wasn’t until I started going to Mathnasium that math finally made sense to me.”

We love this end-of-year project letter from Mathnasium of Elk Grove student Taryn to her principal. Congratulations on your improved grades, Taryn! We know your senior year is going to be a success as well! grin emoticon
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Happy #NationalDonutDay! Can you solve this delicious donut-themed problem?
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We make math make sense
Mathnasium is a math learning center for students in pre-K through 12th grade. Our goal is to significantly increase your child’s math skills, understanding of math concepts, and overall school performance, while building confidence and forging a positive attitude toward the subject.

OUR PHILOSOPHY: Children don’t hate math. They hate being confused and intimidated by math. With understanding comes passion.And with passion comes growth—a treasure is unlocked.