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June News at Mathnasium of Diamond Bar!

Jun 4, 2019

When you're part of the Mathnasium family you know that summer fun and improved math skills go together like peanut butter and jelly! We know how to make these weeks away from school the perfect blend of fun and productivity, so that your child is confident and prepared when they go back to school in the fall.

This month we share articles about how to take the phenomenon known as the "summer slide" and turn it into summer success, how to choose the right summer math program for your child, and how to improve your upcoming family vacation with educational and fun travel games.

When summer comes, the knowledge your child worked hard for all school year is in danger of sliding away. This is especially true for math: On average, students lose approximately 2.6 months of math learning over the summer.

Luckily, there are plenty of things parents can do over the break to combat summer learning loss.

  • Click here to read how to turn the summer slide into summer success!

When kids get bored while traveling it can make every minute feel like an hour. Now you can improve your family's travel with a few fun and engaging math learning games for kids.

These work well whether you are in the car, an airplane or even a train! Even better, these games will teach kids to think mathematically and to work together cooperatively.

  • Click here to find fun travel games for your family.

There are a lot of summer learning programs available, but how do you choose which summer math program is truly the best fit for your child?

You can uncover the differences among programs by asking the right questions. Once you take a closer look you realize that while they may all fit in the same category, they aren’t at all the same.

  • Click here to read more.

After reading more, we hope you choose to join us here at Mathnasium! We look forward to seeing you soon!