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Thinking About Your Child’s Summer Plans? Tallahassee’s Two Mathnasium Learning Centers are Ready to Build Your Child’s Math Confidence and Word Problem Solving Skills
May 10, 2022
It is no secret kids will welcome the summer break and their freedom from school and homework.
However, parents know it’s important to keep their children engaged in academic exercises throughout the summer in order to ensure they are ready for the new school year.
If you are into exercising and stop for two months, would you expect to pick up where you left off?
Of course not. Academics is no different. We must continue to exercise our brain.
Whether you are considering enrolling your child in a learning center, academic summer camp or creating activities for them to do at home, Mathnasium’s Tallahassee learning centers have a few suggestions:
1. Identify the areas your child needs to work on.
At Mathnasium of Tallahassee (Bannerman area) and Mathnasium of Tallahassee South (Buck Lake / Southwood area), during a student’s enrollment, we provide a free assessment that allows us to pinpoint a student’s strengths and weaknesses. With this data, we then create a personal learning plan; identifying the key skills that can help prepare a child for the material they will be seeing in the new school year.
2. Develop an action plan.
Like anything in life -- business goals, fitness goals, money saving goals, etc. -- an effective action plan will help you achieve measurable results. Math learning is no different.
- It’s important to keep the plan manageable by prioritizing math concepts based on the prerequisite knowledge needed for success.
- It’s important to ensure core competencies and any gaps in a child’s math knowledge are addressed before skipping ahead to new topics.
Math builds on itself and foundation gaps will be exposed as students reach higher levels.
3. Keep a positive attitude.
It’s hard to improve in any subject when negativity clouds your experiences. Make sure your child keeps a positive attitude toward math. They don’t need to be “wired” for math to excel, they just need the right instruction. Then, when the new school year starts, celebrate that first math homework success or math test grade.
With improvement and understanding comes confidence. It won’t be long before your child is looking forward to their math classes and math tutoring sessions!
4. Remember to have fun!
Learning can and should be fun. As an example, you can incorporate math into your home life so your child can practice their skills while doing fun activities such as shopping, cooking, sports, playing board games, etc.
Imagine the boost to your child’s confidence when they do well on those initial homework assignments and the first tests of the school year. Rather than having to relearn last year’s material, they can start strong and improve on their knowledge, confidence, and academic skills.
Tallahassee area families have two Mathnasium learning centers available to their students:
- Mathnasium of Tallahassee, in the Bannerman Crossings shopping center.
- Mathnasium of Tallahassee South, in the Mahan Village shopping center, centrally located to families in the Buck Lake, Southwood and surrounding neighborhoods.
Both locations feature in-center instruction, along with Mathnasium's @Home online video conference instruction. Families can benefit from the flexibility of our omni-channel instruction approach by doing both, if they choose.
With Mathnasium of Tallahassee, you can ensure your child’s summer includes real instruction, real learning and real growth to prepare them for the new school year.
Mathnasium of Tallahassee: Real Instruction, Real Learning, Real Growth
Mathnasium has two Leon County locations. In addition to our Bannerman Crossings location, our new math learning center in the Mahan Village Shopping Center, at the corner of Mahan and Capital Circle NE, is now open.
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