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Pi Day at Mathnasium of Flemington!

The "R's" Take It!

March 14th...3.14....Pi Day Celebration at Mathnasium had fun and creative activities for the students.  There was also a contest to see which student could memorize the most digits of Pi.  The prizes?  1st place: $10.00 Game Stop Gift Card, 2nd place: $5 game stop gift card and 3rd place: 5 completed star cards 

Last year's record was Rayna P. with 29 digits, which was very impressive.   However, this year students SMASHED that record!   First place: Ryan W. with 41 memorized digits...41!  Second place: Rayna P. who broke her own record with 36 memorized digits.  Third place: Raina S. with 28 digits.  Many of our other students who entered the contest were in the high 20's digits memorized- a great effort! 











Kiera M. Named Februrary Student of the Month at Mathnasium of Flemington

February 2019

 Mathnasium of Flemington is pleased to announce Kiera M. as February's student of the month.  Kiera has been with our Mathnasium family for about a year and her confidence has grown exponentially!  She is a talented budding artist, a focused student and a delight to have in the center!  Please join us in congratulating Kiera in this honor!




Jason K. Named Student of the Month at Mathnasium of Flemington

January 2019

Mathansium of Flemington is pleased to announce their first student of the month!  Jason K. has been a member of our Mathnasium family for approximately one year.  In that year, he has shown an incredible progress in both his Mathnasium work and his school work.  Jason was nominated by the Mathnasium of Flemington staff because he is a dedicated student who has a great work ethic and a super attitude.  Congratulations Jason!  We are so proud of you!!

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 Happy New Year!  2019 looks to be a fantastic year for Mathnasium of Flemington!



     Perhaps you have heard of the annual mathematical competition Math Kangaroo in USA. You probably know that it takes place every year on the third Thursday in March, in several places throughout the US, and that students all from grades 1 to 12 are invited participate. If you or your child has participated, you also know that all who take part receive a T-shirt, diploma and special memento, and the top winners from each level also look forward to special prizes. You most likely support Math Kangaroo's vision of encouraging students to learn mathematics by presenting them with problems that are interesting and by rewarding their efforts. But perhaps you have at some point wondered: Why is it called “Math Kangaroo”? And where did this whole idea come from?


     Its history stretches back several decades. In the 1980's, Peter O’Halloran, an Australian mathematician and teacher, began a popular mathematical competition in his country. The test was open to anyone who wanted to participate, and included engaging and thought-provoking questions which stemmed from mathematical areas of knowledge including algebra, geometry, and logic.


     In 1991, this idea was taken up in Paris, France. The competition began to be called “Kangaroo” because of its Australian origin. Very quickly, it spread throughout Europe, and presently over 6 million students throughout the world take part. In September 2012 a nice article was published in EMS Newsletter by Prof. Gregor Dolinar, the President of Kangourou Sans Frontiéres, where one could read about history, present and future of the competition worldwide.


     The vision of promoting greater commitment to the study of mathematics through the use of interesting problems and positive reinforcement also reached the United States. In 1998, Maria Omelanczuk, a trained mathematician and educator, began with a Math Kangaroo competition at the Sobieski School in Chicago. She continued to promote the competition in collaboration with the school until 2003. At that time, yearly participation in the contest increased to the point that Mrs. Omelanczuk, together with Izabela Szpiech and Joanna Lasek, formed a not-for-profit charity organization, Math Kangaroo in USA, NFP, specifically to deal with organizing and promoting the competition in the US. Since 2003, the competition in the US has been handled by this charity organization. The organization also helps students prepare for the competition by making available problems from the previous years. Participation continues to grow. For recent number please see our Results pages.


     Math Kangaroo is an international competition. Not only has it spread from country to country, but the various countries in which the competition takes place work together each year on choosing the problems for the contest. It also takes place at the same time throughout the world. However, the results are not compared between various countries, and prizes are awarded by the national organizers of the competition.


Check back for updates and photos that will tell our Kangaroo Math Story!






From math fairs and game nights to presentations, we make math fun and engaging for people of all ages! Come join us to learn math, have fun, and discover more about what makes Mathnasium different. Please contact us for more information.