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Halloween Ace Costume Contest 2023

Oct 30, 2023 | Roland Park Blog

Get ready to unleash your creativity and let your imagination run wild as we embark on a thrilling artistic adventure. Create the spookiest, coolest, or most ghoulish Halloween Ace ever and you could win a prize!

Teacher Appreciation Week 2023

May 3, 2023 | Roland Park Blog

We work alongside our students’ teachers throughout the year to fill in gaps and provide support - and we couldn’t be more appreciative of their efforts. Let’s shower our teachers with all of the appreciation they can stand!

Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month

Apr 1, 2023 | Roland Park Blog

April is Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month! While we love to appreciate math all year round, April is a time to celebrate the diverse researchers and students who work in math and stats fields. These individuals and teams contribute so much to fu..

Pi Day 2023

Mar 7, 2023 | Roland Park Blog

Pi Day, math’s biggest day of the year, is just around the corner. Learn more about why Pi Day is important, and download some fun activities to help your family celebrate!

Pi Day Pie!

Mar 4, 2023 | Roland Park Blog

We're celebrating Pi Day from March 1st - 14th at Mathnasium with in-center fun, a Charity Contest, and more! Don't let us have all the fun, you can celebrate at home with our take-home activities and (of couse) baking a pie for your family to enjoy! T..

#MathLove 2023

Feb 1, 2023 | Roland Park Blog

This February, we want to take some time to celebrate our love of math, and share why our team is truly, deeply in love with math and math education!

Teaching Kids to Love Math

Feb 1, 2023 | Roland Park Blog

There are a million and one reasons why a student might dislike math - it’s hard, they don’t understand what’s going on, and it just doesn’t feel like it’s worth their time; just to name a few. However, adults all seem to agree that “math is important” an..

National Puzzle Day

Jan 27, 2023 | Roland Park Blog

Puzzles are more than an enjoyable pastime for your family, they’re also a great way for children to develop math concepts such as spatial reasoning and creative thinking. At Mathnasium, we know that kids succeed in math when they’re taught in engaging and creative ways – that’s why we incorporate puzzles and other games into our student’s visits.