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Camp Mathnasium in the Summer!

May 19, 2022 | Fremont Blog

Experience Camp Mathnasium this summer and have a blast with math! Mathnasium of Fremont will host one-week camps in July and August for students entering grades 1-6. They will explore STEM-related activities and games, learn math face-to-face with expert..

An Early Start in Math Can Shape a Child’s Future

Mar 11, 2022 | Fremont Blog

Studies show that children who are exposed to math early on are more likely to do well in school, not only in math but in other subjects as well1. And the benefits are likely to continue throughout their lives. Math comprehension instills confidenc..

Center Reopening Announcement

Jul 6, 2021 | Fremont Blog

Dear Parents,   Hope all is well! We plan to reopen Mathnasium of Fremont for in-center instruction on July 6, 2021 and will continue the Mathnasium@Home online classroom indefinitely. You may choose the preferred enrollment for your children f..

Learning Math Online - Adapting to Change and Maintaining High-Quality

Feb 11, 2021 | Fremont Blog

By Cindy Hsiao With only a few weeks away from hitting the one year mark of shelter-in-place, the Mathnasium@Home online learning system has been stable and runs smoothly and efficiently. With the uncertainties and stress that come with the COVID-19 pa..

Fremont Center Launching Mathnasium@Home

Apr 1, 2020 | Fremont Blog

We are pleased to announce that the Fremont center will roll out Mathnasium@Home for online sessions starting April 1st, 2020. Mathnasium@Home allows students to get the same face-to-face Mathnasium instruction from anywhere using an internet connect..

This New Year, Try Calendar Math

Jan 29, 2020 | Fremont Blog

Calendars may seem like an unlikely place to find mathematics, but it is in them. 2020 happens to be a leap year, which means that the upcoming month of February will include a Saturday the 29th. Making sense of why this is and how calendars can change fr..

The Metric System in the U.S. — Still Waiting

Nov 22, 2019 | Fremont Blog

By Laura Pan My 3rd grade teacher introduced the metric system to my class and predicted that in our lifetimes the U.S. would convert from the British system of weights and measures to the metric system. That was many years ago and while products on th..

Helping Your Child Progress after a Progress Report

Oct 8, 2019 | Fremont Blog

It’s progress report time. Did your child receive one? Has this become a stress-inducing drain on his or her motivation to learn? Some children through sheer will and refusal to fail can dig themselves out and move that D to a C+ in a matter of week..