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Local Mathnasium Centers Organize 3rd Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive

Nov 23, 2021 | Summit Blog

We are happy to announce that students at our local Mathnasium centers in Chatham, Summit, Westfield, Livingston, and Basking Ridge have collectively donated 309 items of food to Interfaith Food Pantry (// Our students generously traded in the..

Dates For Resumption of In-Center Instruction

Jun 11, 2021 | Summit Blog

Based on the responses of the survey we sent out in the past week, we have planned our in-center reopenings as follows. Note that students who want to continue their sessions online may do so (as per the online hours detailed on our website here). ..

Mathnasium Centers Collect 260 Pounds of Food for Thanksgiving Food Drive

Dec 4, 2020 | Summit Blog

We are excited to announce that our Mathnasium centers in Chatham, Summit, Westfield, Livingston, and Basking Ridge have collected 260 pounds (292 items!) of food to donate to Interfaith Food Pantry (/ Students donated their Mathnasium rewards..

24 Books to Make Kids’ Math Learning Fun

Apr 23, 2020 | Summit Blog

We’re fond of saying that, just as parents read with their children, they should also “math” with their children. Why? Families who engage with their children mathematically improve their children’s enjoyment, motivation, and achie..

Mathnasium@home Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Apr 15, 2020 | Summit Blog

The following is a Q&A for parents, guardians and students that explains the details for Mathnasium@Home, the two-way live interactive online platform for learning math: taught in real time by Mathnasium’s experienced math instructors over the Internet. ..

Academically Speaking, the ‘COVID Slide’ Could Be a Lot Worse Than You Think

Apr 14, 2020 | Summit Blog

Linked here is an informative article about recent research suggesting the “COVID slide” could be significantly worse than the annual “summer slide”, especially in math. The researchers did not include effects of direct instruction during school closures,..

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