Summer Schedule 2024

May 12, 2024 | Leawood

What’s a Math Teacher’s Favorite Season?

A math teacher’s favorite season is SUM-mer 😂 and yours will be too when you spend the summer with Mathnasium! Our Summer Program is a fun and engaging way for your child to keep up their math skills and prepare for the school year ahead.

Starting June 1st our hours will change for the summer session, and we’ll be introducing a student favorite: Summer Game Nights!


Summer Hours:

Monday 3:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Wednesday 3:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Thursday 3:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Friday 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday Closed

Summer hours are subject to change based on demand and instructor availability. Our scheduling page will always be up-to-date with the current schedule.


Summer Game Nights

In addition to the games played in the center to reinforce math concepts, we'll also be hosting Summer Game Nights over the next few months! Learning through play is a great way for students to practice and reinforce math concepts! All of the games we provide are based in math and logic, reinforcing math learning and teaching problem solving skills.

Click here to learn more about how Mathnasium makes math fun!

Our first Game Night will be on June 12th! RSVP here to save your spot, and feel free to bring a friend to join in the fun!


Our Games:

“In addition to all the foundational mathematics learning going on while they play games, children are building their confidence as problem solvers and practicing important social-emotional skills.”
-"Math Games to Excite Young Minds” by Reed & Young

We offer a wide variety of math games for students of all ages. Some of our games include:

Game Skills Involved
Connect 4 Spatial awareness, logic, pattern recognition
Mancala Counting, identifying numbers, logic
4-Way Countdown
(Shut the Box)
Arithmetic, number sense
Blink Pattern recognition, shape recognition
Quoridor Logic, spatial awareness
Mastermind Pattern recognition, logic
Prime Climb Arithmetic, prime numbers, number sense
Moneybags Working with money, arithmetic

Other Resources:

If you’re looking for additional information on learning through play, check out these resources:


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