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The Math of Road Trips

Jun 7, 2023 | Schertz Blog

You decided to take a road trip! Yay, but don't do all the planning yourself. When you plan a road trip, you use math literally every step of the way. Click the following link to see how math helps you successfully get from point A to point B.

How Astronauts Use Math

May 18, 2023 | Schertz Blog

Last blog post, we spoke about legendary astronaut, Alan Shepard, who was the first American in space. This blog post we will be sharing how Alan Shepard, and all astronauts use math in space. Astronaut crews constantly use math to do complex mathematical calculations, including the spaceship's launch and maneuvering.

Math in Outer Space

May 3, 2023 | Schertz Blog

Sixty-two years ago, in the month of May, Alan Shepard was launched into history aboard a Mercury Redstone rocket, becoming the first American astronaut in space.

The Key to Staying Ahead this Summer? Camp Mathnasium

Apr 27, 2023 | Schertz Blog

Last blog post we spoke about the COVID slide and how it is still ongoing. Today, we will be presenting you with a solution… Camp Mathnasium! Camp Mathnasium is a 5 day morning camp from 9am to 12pm for students entering grades 1 through 6.

The COVID Slide is Still Ongoing

Apr 14, 2023 | Schertz Blog

Educators have been trying to figure out just how much students lose after a long break from school for more than a century. More recent studies have confirmed that academic progress slows during the summer for all children, resulting in what is known as the “Summer Slide” which we discussed last month.

Camp Mathnasium: The Place to be this Summer

Mar 22, 2023 | Schertz Blog

Join us this summer for Camp Mathnasium, where your child will have a blast with math! They will learn face-to-face with trained math instructors, explore STEM-related activities, and play innovative, engaging math and critical thinking games!

Benefits of Attending Math Summer Camp

Mar 8, 2023 | Schertz Blog

Summer vacation can be a dangerous slippery slope for kids who aren’t kept engaged and active. Research shows students lose approximately 2.6 months of math knowledge over the summer due to the fact that many students don’t think about math as existing outside of the classroom. This leaves kids struggling to catch up in the fall.

7 Tips to Help Your Child Love Math

Feb 28, 2023 | Schertz Blog

How many times have you heard the statement, “I don’t really like math”? There really isn’t a certain age group that expresses these feelings; these sentiments are felt from grade school into adulthood. What the child or adult is really saying is, “I don’t really understand math” or “New math concepts are really hard for me to grasp.”

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