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Join Mathnasium of San Anselmo for Summer Math Programs!
Apr 1, 2019
Summer is rapidly approaching and with that comes longer days. Invest some of that time at Mathnasium of San Anselmo through our summer math programs and tutoring. Our math tutors give your child the tools to find success in the upcoming school year. Oftentimes during summer break, students experience a phenomenon known as “the summer slide” in which their math skills slide away from them. When students return to school in the fall, they can experience issues with their classes from loss of math skills. Here at Mathnasium of San Anselmo, we work around the clock to prevent the summer slide from occurring through programs that help your student build solid math skills in a fun and engaging manner.
At Mathnasium of San Anselmo, your student will be able to work in a low pressure environment where they feel confident asking questions to our math tutors. Our summer programs allow your student to practice their math skills and have any learning gaps in their knowledge addressed. Our math tutors understand that summer can be a busy time for family trips. Mathnasium offers flexible scheduling so that there is ample opportunity for your student to get the assistance and tutoring they need. Our Mathnasium of San Anselmo location offers a variety of math workout programs including:
- Numerical Fluency
- Multiplication Fact Fluency
- Problem Solving
- Algebra Readiness
- Geometry Readiness
Get ahead for the upcoming school year by enrolling your student in Mathnasium of San Anselmo’s summer math programs. Our experienced and professional tutors work with your child to perfect his/her math skills so that they can succeed all year-round!
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