What distinguishes the Mathnasium method?
The Mathnasium Learnng Center of Monument provides each child with a life-changing learning experience by using the Mathnasium method. The Mathnasium Method is about:
• Comprehensive written and oral evaluation: Mathnasium students take a two-part diagnostic test – both written and oral. We use the results to create a learning plan tailor-made for your child.
• Customized learning plan for your child
• Highly trained instructors
• Personal attention
• Periodic assessment to keep the child on track
• Results! Your child’s progress is measured by grades, quarterly assessments, and love of mathematics.
Excelling in math is one of the most important subjects your child can do in order to succeed later in life. Your & Rockrimmon & Monument Mathnasium Learning Centers share this goal and is why Mathnasium specializes ONLY IN MATH. We help children improve their math skills whether they need to catch up or get ahead. With our specialized curriculum and great instructors, your Rockrimmon & Monument Mathansium Learning Centers build Number Sense so your child can improve their accuracy, speed, and confidence in math. And we make learning math fun -- in fact, your child could become crazy about math! The Rockrimmon & Monument Mathnasium Learning Centers do this by creating a learning plan specifically tailored for your child. Then, combined with our great instructors, you will see your child's math skills improve. To get started, call Tessa (Center Director) or Matt (Center Director) at 265-MATH (6284).
Make it a Mathnasium Summer!
Mathnasium, the Math Learning Center, helps local children keep their minds active throughout the summer months by offering programs designed to develop, maintain, and challenge their math skills and understanding.
According to the Center for Summer Learning at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, kids lose, on average, one to two months of math skills during summer vacation. Mathnasium’s summer programs can help minimize the effects of this "Summer Slide."
"All kids can excel in school and on standardized tests when they’re given the chance to really understand the materials," said Tessa Paul, Center Director of Monument & Rockrimmon Mathnasium of Colorado Springs, CO. "And when they start the school year prepared, without losing two or three months of knowledge, the results astound parents...all of a sudden, homework and tests are a totally different experience!"
Summer Mathnasium Power Math Workout
The Monument & Rockrimmon Mathnasium Learning Centers of Colorado Springs offer the Mathnasium Power Math Workout summer program in addition to the regular curriculum, which is tailored exactly to each student’s needs. The Power Math Workout is specifically designed to help children get ready for the next school year, in a more relaxed, collegial summer session environment. Mathnasium’s summer session students find learning math is fun, rewarding...even inspiring!
Great Math Skills = Great Opportunities
When a child becomes successful in math, their self-esteem and self-confidence improves and all of sudden they have skills that will improve their lives going forward.
Quote from one our parents: “(My child) came home all excited about some time and motion math problem that (my child) had made up, saying (my child) wasn’t finished figuring it out, but at the same time exclaiming, “I love math and physics!” Wow!
Yep, the kid I DRAGGED to Mathnasium (Rockrimmon) less than two years ago! No one is too old to start at Mathnasium – I really was worried that we had missed the boat. Not so concerned now. College bound! YAY!!”
Experience this yourself - contact us at 719-265-MATH (6284) to learn about how Mathnasium can improve your child's math skills and self-esteem.
Take the first step towards providing your child with a solid math foundation. Give us a call to schedule your free, no-risk consultation. Our meeting will give you and your child a sense of who we are, what we do, and how we can help. Call or complete the form on the right to get started.
Finger counting (in all of its forms) slows children down as they advance to higher grades and, more importantly, their accuracy is reduced, especially when the numbers exceed 20 -- they run out of toes to use! If your child is still using their fingers to count, do not worry, we have a specific program that will leave their finger counting behind. Call Tessa (Center Director) at 265-MATH (6284) to get off those fingers and see what a difference it makes to your child's accuracy, speed, and confidence.