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What is the Saddest Kind of Failure in Math?

Sep 23, 2017

Failure to leave one’s comfort zone in learning is the saddest kind of math failure. It is sad because an incredible amount of learning and achieving never happens when kids don’t risk “failing.”  A lot of true mathematics involves failing and dis...

Look for Mathnasium at the Susan G Komen Race for the Cure

Sep 22, 2017

As part of our partnership with KOSI 101.1FM, Mathnasium of Littleton and the other Mathnasium franchises along the front range will be represented at the Expo at this year's Race for the Cure! The event is this Sunday, September 24, 2017 and this...

Use Math to Improve Your Child's Confidence in Their Ability to Learn

Sep 20, 2017

Learning difficult math skills improves your children’s confidence in their ability to learn any difficult skill as well as their ability to problem solve in life. Feeling confident means you believe you are capable of doing something. Children wh...

Mathnasium of Littleton Improves Grit

Sep 17, 2017

What is Grit? The term “grit” describes a person who puts forth consistent effort and follow-through towards a goal. Angela Duckworth, math educator, psychologist, and author used the term after observing what made a successful algebra student, s...

Increase Your Child's Math Accuracy by Changing 4 Bad Habits

Sep 13, 2017

Children dramatically improve accuracy on math homework and math tests when good math habits replace bad math habits. Some mistakes happen because of a lack of understanding, but mistakes in accuracy usually happen because of a bad habit. Some peo...

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