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The Name of the Game

Jul 6, 2018

When you add two apples with three apples you get five apples. When you add two bananas with three bananas you get five bananas. When you add two apples and three bananas do you get five banapples? You don’t get five banapples, just as if yo...

9 Fun Activities to Prevent Summer Learning Loss

Jun 19, 2018

Long summer days invite the family to spend extra time relaxing, playing, and connecting. Many parents also look for ways bolster their children’s math skills, but family time should be fun, not stressful! We compiled nine fun family activities th...

Neuroscientist uses Math to Study Behavior Outside the Norm

Jun 4, 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, Ph.D.,...

Proportional Thinking

May 18, 2018

"If the world was the size of a basketball, my house would be as big as a flea’s flea!” This is an example of how a seven year old once expressed proportional thinking to Mathnasium's Co-Founder and Chief Education Officer, Larry Martinek. ...

Multiplication Math Activity

May 4, 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...

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