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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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Mathnasium of Tallahassee Weekly Updates and Session Scheduling Reminder - Updated May 20, 2022

May 20, 2022


Mathnasium of Tallahassee 
Weekly Updates


Reminder: The calendar is open to schedule sessions through June 2.

Friday Reminder:  Friday, May 20 will be our last day of Friday instruction for the school year.  Beginning the week of May 22, we return to our Sunday through Thursday schedule.  


Other Updates this Week Include:

  • Your Mathlete's Learning Plan Updates
  • Summer Math Packets from Your Child's School
  • Memorial Day Weekend
  • Question of the Week

In-Center Instruction Sessions

The calendar to schedule In-Center sessions is open for scheduling through June 2.

As a reminder, each Friday, we open a new week on the calendar.     



@Home Online Instruction Sessions

The calendar to schedule @Home online sessions is open for scheduling through June 2.

As a reminder, each Friday, we open a new week on the calendar.  



Your Mathlete's Learning Plan Updates

As our students finish the current school year, we have started adjusting their respective learning plans for the summer. This includes introducing skills and concepts they will see in the new year.

For those moving into Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, and other high school credit math classes, we will start them with our Readiness Assessments.

These assessments both identify the skills a student will need for their respective "rising" subject, along with including the initial concepts that will be introduced in the class.

As always, please let us know if we can answer any questions regarding your student's learning plan


Summer Math Packets from Your Child's School

Many of our Mathletes will receive summer math assignments they must complete before the new school year starts.  

Most students have received summer reading assignments in the past, but increasingly schools are also requiring math assignments. Be sure to check with your student's school for any summer math requirements. 

Mathnasium Mathletes can bring in their summer assignments and we can work on it with them, similar to homework help they receive on their class assignments during the school year.  



Memorial Day Weekend

Mathnasium of Tallahassee will be closed for the Memorial Day Holiday Weekend.  

  • Sunday, May 29 - Closed
  • Monday, May 30 - Closed

We will be open for our regular instruction hours on Tuesday, May 31.  


Question of the Week

Mathletes can earn a full Reward Card if they are able to complete our Question of the Week.  See below for this week’s problems.  They can share their answers during sessions either at the center or @Home. 

Lower Elementary: 
Question:  Each soccer team has the following players: 1 goalie, 4 defenders, 4 midfielders, and 2 forwards. How many players are on 10 soccer teams?


Upper Elementary:
Question: Kara and Spencer are practicing their golf swings. They bring 18 golf balls to the course. Kara hits all 18 first, then retrieves all but one. Then it’s Spencer’s turn to hit all the remaining golf balls and retrieve them, but he also loses one. If this pattern continues, who will take the 10th turn, and how many golf balls will he or she hit? Find a way to solve the problem without counting each turn.


Middle School: 
Question: Hank and Benjamin play on the same baseball team. Last year, they both had a batting average of .240. Benjamin’s batting average increased by the same amount that Hank’s batting average decreased. If Benjamin has a batting average of .270 this season, then what fractional part of Benjamin’s new batting average is Hank’s new batting average?


Algebra and Up: 
Question: Kayla and Margot are both running toward a soccer ball. Kayla is 28 meters away and Margot is 33 meters away. If Kayla can run 21/2 meters per second and Margot can run 23/4 meters per second, then how much sooner does the player who reaches the ball first get there?