Southtowns Blog

4 WAYS TO CELEBRATE STEM activities into Mother's Day

May 9, 2024 | Southtowns Blog

Incorporating STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) activities into Mother's Day celebrations fosters fun and meaningful family bonding and cultivates crucial skills in children.

THE BEAUTY OF MATH PATTERNS: EXPLORING MATHEMATICAL SEQUENCES

Apr 17, 2024 | Southtowns Blog

Math is always happening at Mathnasium, where we teach students to understand, master, and enjoy math, from the beauty of sequential patterns in nature to equations to real-world applications.

Lost Learning = Lost Earning, and Equation that Could Cost the U.S. $31 Trillion

Mar 22, 2024 | Southtowns Blog

By the paper’s calculations, students affected by the pandemic will lose over 4 percent of their lifetime earnings in New York, where math scores fell between 2019 and 2022. In West Virginia, Delaware, and Oklahoma, where they fell the most, former students could forgo an average of 9 percent of their career income.

HELPFUL TIPS FOR DIGITAL SAT PREP FOR SOUTHTOWN STUDENTS

Mar 6, 2024 | Southtowns Blog

In 2024, the SAT underwent a significant transformation, shifting to a new digital format utilizing the College Board Bluebook App. The new DSAT features a streamlined approach with fewer questions (154 to 98), a shorter test time (3 hours to 2 hours and 14 minutes), and a computer-adaptive structure.

MATHNASIUM SOUTHTOWNS OFFERING HIGH IMPACT TUTORING IN YOUR SCHOOL

Feb 9, 2024 | Southtowns Blog

Mathnasium offers high-intensity Math Tutoring to schools on their campuses as an essential tool for improving students' math fluency skills and achievement for improved grades and confidence in math.

MATH STRESS AT HOME? BRING THEM TO MATHNASIUM SOUTHTOWNS!

Dec 29, 2023 | Southtowns Blog

Are you tired of not knowing how your child is doing in math? Do you struggle to understand what they are learning at school in order to help them with homework?

DECEMBER ACTIVITY 2023: KOCH SNOWFLAKE!

Dec 12, 2023 | Southtowns Blog

In several regions of the United States, we begin to see the first snowfall of the winter season. Today, we are taking a look at the special mathematical Koch snowflake. This geometric object can be created from the union of many equilateral triangles and is a fractal curve first brought to light by Swedish mathematician Helge von Koch in 1904.

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