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Summer Power Math Program - 10% Early Bird Discount!!!
May 1, 2017
Are your children where they should be in Math??
Mathnasium's Summer Power Math Program is a great way to give your child fun activities to do during the summer while also meeting their educational needs. Our flexible programs can be tailored to meet your child’s specific goals.
JUMP START SERIES
Jump Start – Lower Elementary Grades
Topics include: thinking in groups, fractions concepts, problem solving, multiplication readiness, algebraic thinking, mental
math, computation, reading charts and graphs, patterns, decimal introduction, proportional thinking, fractional parts,
introduction to percents, and division readiness.
Jump Start – Going into Middle School
Topics include: problem solving, algebraic thinking, mental math, computation, thinking in 10s, fractional parts, patterns,
factors and multiples, LCM and GCF, ratio and rate, proportional thinking, integer concepts, adding and subtracting integers,
divisibility, and area and perimeter.
Jump Start – Going into Pre-Algebra
Topics include: mixed numbers, sameness, fractional parts, wholes and parts, proportional thinking, percents,
measurement, problem solving, computation with fractions, comparing and ordering fractions, and denominate numbers.
Jump Start – Going into Algebra I
Topics include a review of critical concepts and skills necessary for success in the Algebra 1 course.
Jump Start – Going into Geometry
This program is designed for students who will soon start high school geometry and need a review of the critical concepts
and skills necessary for success in the course.
Jump Start – SAT Math
Designed for students taking the SAT next year.
Master Times Tables (3rd Grade and Up)
Topics include: counting in equal groups, multiplication as repeated addition, visual arrays, and word problems
Master Fractions (4th Grade and Up)
Topics include: naming and drawing of fractions, proper fractions, improper fractions, unity, mixed numbers, sameness,
complements to the whole, comparing to a whole, comparing fractions, ordering fractions, adding and subtracting fractions,
and problem solving with fractions.
Master Decimals (5th Grade and Up)
Topics include: place value, drawing decimals, connection between decimals and fractions, finding numbers between
decimals, ordering decimals, counting by decimals, rounding of decimals, multiplying and dividing decimals by powers of 10,
arithmetic operations with decimals, and problem solving with decimals.
Master Percents (5th Grade and Up)
Topics include: special percents; building 100%; percents type 1, 2, and 3; changing fractions to decimals to percents; and
getting ready for more advanced work with percents.
Master Advanced Percents (7th Grade and Up)
Topics include: special percents; doing percents mentally; type 1, 2, and 3 percents with equations; percent word problems;
and extended and ultimate percentage questions.
Master Algebra I
This program is designed for students who have completed the first year of algebra and need a review of the entire course.
Would serve as a good review for students taking Algebra II in the fall.
This program is designed for students who have taken high school geometry and need a review of the critical concepts and
skills from the course.
Parents enroll their children by selecting a package of 1-hour visits that can be used anytime during the summer. Drop-in any time that is convenient for your family. Appointments are not required!
HERE'S MORE!!!! - - > Avail our Early Bird discount of 10% off for sign ups from May 1st to May 31st, 2017!