Love is in the air, and at Mathnasium, we're all about spreading the joy of learning, especially when it comes to math! As Valentine's Day approaches, we've found a unique way to intertwine the world of numbers with the season of love.
Are arguments about math at the dinner table a frequent occurrence in your house? Many parents around the world - like yourself - experience this and without proper resources or a solid support system, the reality can be daunting.
Math can be hard because it's a cumulative subject - it builds upon itself year after year, so learning and understanding the basics is a must. If a child falls behind in one area due to a lack of understanding, moving on to more advanced topics will remain a challenge.
Struggling with math can make children feel like they’re not smart and affect their self-esteem. However, this is a common struggle. And it may be a struggle, but letting your child know that they are not alone will help increase their confidence and motivate them to keep trying! And good news, if you want your child to succeed in math, we can help!
Mathnasium’s co-founder and Chief Instructional Officer, Larry Martinek said “Children don’t hate math. They do hate being confused and intimidated by math. With understanding comes passion, and with passion comes growth - a treasure is unlocked.”
For more than a decade, the Mathnasium Method™ has transformed the way kids understand and appreciate math. We build math knowledge upon what they already know - this helps kids learn quickly and boosts their confidence right away.
Our only goal is to help your child succeed. Give us a call today to schedule an assessment and learn more about how we can help your child build confidence and make doing homework less of a battle.