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Center Announcements 

February Mardi Gras Celebration!

 During the month of February, not only will we recognize Valentines Day, but we will be celebrating Mardi Gras!  Join us for our party on Tuesday, February 13th to decorate masks with patterns, shapes, and plenty of colors!  The students who are most creative with their geometry will earn EXTRA REWARDS!  And to stay in the spirt of Valentines day, each student will have the opportunity to decorate a Valentines heart with the reasons they love Mathnasium!  These will be displayed at the front of the center for everyone to see!



Fall Hours

The following summer hours will go into affect Monday, August 21:

Monday-Thursday           2:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Friday                                Closed

Saturday                           By appointment only

Sunday                             Closed

*Saturday appointments are limited and must be scheduled by Thursday morning of the same week.

Summer Hours

The following summer hours will be effective starting Monday, June 5th:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday  10 AM - 2 PM

Tuesday, Thursday                      3 PM -  7 PM

The center will be closed Saturday, June 3rd to prepare for summer programs.


School "In Session" Hours

For upcoming holiday closures and our regular hours, please click on the link below.

Click here to download our 2017 instruction hours flier.

Problem of the week

Complete the problem of the week* and receive 5 bonus punches!  Parents, join in the fun by helping your student get started!

*must be level appropriate


Lower Elementary:

  • Question: The world record for the greatest number of hula hoops spun at the same time is held byMarawa Ibrahim from Australia. She can spin 200 hula hoops at once. If Aria can spin 150 hula hoops right now, how many more does she need to spin to break the world record?


Upper Elementary:

  • Question: The record for the largest pizza was broken when a restaurant called NIPfood made a pizza that was 1,260 square meters in area. If that pizza were cut in half, then each piece were cut in half, then each piece were cut in half again, over and over, until the            pieces had been halved 10 times, how many pieces would there be?


Middle School:

  • Question: There are 2,700 residents of Casey, Illinois, home of the world’s largest mailbox. The mailbox is so big that a group of people can stand inside it. If there are 135 people standing inside the mailbox, what percentage of the population of Casey is in the mailbox? 


Algebra and Up:

  • Question: Sweet Pea the dog holds the world record for the fastest 100 meters walked with a can balanced on her head. (Seriously.) She traveled the 100 meters in 2 minutes and 55 seconds. What was Sweet Pea’s average speed measured in meters per second?

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