Schedule for Mathnasium of Chicago Ravenswood
HOLIDAY CLOSURES 2019
|Easter:||Sunday, April 21st|
|Memorial Day:||Monday, May 21st|
|Independence Day:||Thursday, July 4th|
|Labor Day:||Monday, September 2nd|
|Halloween:||Thursday, October 31st|
|Thanksgiving:||Thursday, November 28nd Friday, November 29th|
|Christmas:||Tuesday, December 24th|
|Wednesday, December 25th|
|New Year's:||Tuesday, December 31st|
SUMMER HOURS 2020 (TBA)
Monday to Thursday
First Steps PreK/K Program
The First Steps program now has two enrollment options. We continue to offer a group activity program on Saturdays from 10-11 AM at our Lincoln Park Center at 1444 W. Fullerton Ave. This is generally a 12 week program. It can accomodate rolling enrollments. Please inquire regarding session start date and/or enrollment openings. As an alternative, or in addition to the group activity program, First Step students may attend Mathnasium during our regular instruction hours. Students will receive a mix of one-to-one instruction and guided learning using engaging materials and manipulatives. Mathnasium can help parents in choosing a First Steps program for their child.
Also available in your area, real-time face-to-face instruction over an internet connection.
- You get the same instructors and Mathnasium Method™ as at our center, but online, in real time.
- Learning can happen anywhere there's an internet connection.
- Your child can attend regular sessions from the comfort of your home.
- It's safe and secure, and there are no additional costs.
Want to learn more about Mathnasium@home? Fill out the form below or call us for a free consultation.
|Sun||12:00pm - 3:00pm|
|Mon||3:00pm - 7:00pm|
|Tues||3:00pm - 7:00pm|
|Wed||3:00pm - 7:00pm|
|Thurs||3:00pm - 7:00pm|
|Sat||10:00am - 2:00pm|
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