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Events

Numerical Fluency Sessions

 Let the experts at Mathnasium help you build a strong math foundation for your child! Space is limited. Reserve a spot at our FREE numerical fluency lessons for your student today! 

Mondays at 1:00 PM
Thursdays at 4:30 PM
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Please limit your reservations to 2 Numerical Fluency Lessons per student


Virtual Math Nights

Our SOVA Mathnasiums are working together to host Virtual Math Nights twice a month! Math Nights are geared towards elementary school aged students and we’ve put together an awesome collection of games that we can play completely online! 

We’d love it if you and your kids could join us at our Math Night! It’s completely free and we promise an hour of fun and (educational) games for all involved. You’re welcome to invite friends and family as well!

Registration is required in advance so that we’ll be able to plan our activities properly.

Wednesday, July 22nd at 5:00 PM 

Thursday, August 13th at 5:00 PM

Wednesday, August 26th at 5:00 PM

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Get Insπred Webinar Series

 Join Mathnasium Center Directors as they share some of the topics they're most passionate about. We'll have a variety of talks on math education and how you can engage with your child at home as well as talks on specific math topics for a variety of ages. All webinars are completely free, register today!

 

How to Plan for a Gifted Student

Do you have a gifted math student? How do you know if they are on the right math "track" in school? How many tracks are there? Where do they lead? In this discussion we will give an in-depth look at the different paths your child can take through middle and high school math courses, the implications of those courses, and what they look like to colleges.

This talk is designed for parents of students in grades 4-12 but all are welcome to attend!

Wednesday, August 12th
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM
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Numerical Fluency Really Adds Up

What is Numerical Fluency? Why is it Important? How can I help my child with it? Join Center Directors Deke Taylor and Roy McDaniel as they dive into the topic of numerical fluency and why it's so important for students to master at a young age.

This Webinar is designed for parents with students in K-3rd Grade, but all parents are welcome to attend!

Thursday, August 13th
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM
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The Art of Logic

How does grade school math prepare someone for STEM fields, and specifically computer science? For one, fluency in mathematics leads to Number Sense, which involves problem solving, critical thinking, and logic. All of these skills lead to a better understanding of technology and computers. Join Assistant Center Director Derek Lau as he dives deeper into one concept that every field can use: task analysis!

This talk is designed for middle to high schoolers and their parents, but all are welcome to attend!

Tuesday, August 18th
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM
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 "When am I going to use this?"

The importance of Math in both STEM and Non-STEM related fields

 

Join Center Director Alec McElroy as he talks about math's importance in the pursuit of, and success in, both STEM and non-STEM related fields. He'll also offer some tips on how to motivate students to engage in their math studies as they start to think about potential careers of interest.

This webinar is designed for parents of students (all ages) but all are welcome to attend!

Wednesday, August 19th
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM
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From Math Nights to fairs and festivals, we make math fun and engaging for people of all ages!
Join us out and about and in our center for great events to learn math, have fun, and discover more about what makes Mathnasium different.

Contact us at (804) 364-3333 for more information about how we can make math make sense -- and fun!