CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
The heart of the Mathnasium curriculum is comprised of:

Counting
Counting is the ability to count from any number, to any number, by any number. It's the times tables (counting by 1, 2, 3... all the way to 12). Ultimately, it is the prediction, interpretation, and creation of patterns.

Wholes & Parts
Knowledge of wholes and parts is the ability to "see" wholes and parts in a given question, and to utilize the ideas "the whole equals the sum of its parts" and "each part equals the whole minus all of the other parts" to answer the question at hand. It's the basis for fractions, decimals, and all equations that are balanced parts of a whole.

Proportional Thinking & Change
Proportional thinking and change is the ability to compare numbers by division and by subtraction, and to use this knowledge to solve problems by "reasoning in groups." Parts of the whole act in proportion to one another like the gears of a clock or geometric shapes coming together into a single form.

These three elements are further subdivided into the following 20 curricular areas:

 Counting Half Proportional Thinking Laws of Mathematics Fraction Concepts Percent Geometry Money Patterns Problem Solving Number Facts Computation Sameness, Quantity, Value Negative Numbers Number Theory Measurement Wholes and Parts Data Analysis Algebraic Thinking Math Vocabulary

CONTENT STANDARDS
The Mathnasium program covers the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM), local state standards, and most international standards. Please note that Maine, Minnesota, Nebraska, Texas, and Virginia have not yet adopted the CCSSM. All other states, District of Columbia, and Guam have adopted the CCSSM.

To see how our curriculum correlates with standards in your area, choose from the list below: