May 22, 2018
Putting things into groups is a common first math activity for young kids. In fact, most children will begin doing this on their own: pairing crayons with like colors, grouping fruit snacks by flavor, or sorting treats into equal portions to share...
May 21, 2018
Might better treatments be available for people with ADHD, depression, Alzheimer’s Disease, or schizophrenia if we could turn on—or off—the right genes in the brain?
This is just one of the questions behavioral neuroscientist Dani Smith, P...
May 2, 2018
When people say math is everywhere, what do they really mean? Mathnasium helps show you how!
Here are a few ways you can recognize and appreciate math and statistics all year long.
Appreciate the math that goes into your technology. Almos...
Apr 26, 2018
Power Up Your Child This Summer!
Let Mathnasium transform your child through a balance of constructive learning and fun!
Our Summer Memberships Include:
Customized “Power Math Workout Programs”
We’ll help you choose the summer Power Ma...
Apr 24, 2018
“One of the thing that many parents don’t do is capitalize on what their kids are good at. I want to further enhance the things my kids are doing well: to play to their strengths.”
When Lance Kay, of Lafayette, PA (on left), was a pre-K st...