Math

Many students live in fear of math.

Some students say that their biggest pain of theirr school life is “Math.”

The National Center for Education Statistics repots, for the year 2003, that 79% of 4th grade students were not proficient in math. The number for 8th graders was 72%.

Math skills are critical today with the technological advancement in our society. Students with math problems frequently have the following problems:

  • Slow processing skills

  • Poor auditory analysis skills

  • Weak logic & reasoning skills

  • Inadequate math facts

  • Poor understanding of math processes

  • A fear of math.

Our system will build your child’s confidence and math skills rapidly

All people who say they can’t do math are really saying is that they can’t count. They don’t realize how easy math is because that is all it is, counting..They often do a very good job of fooling themselves into thinking it’s hard. They may even think they have bad “math genes…” Well, here at our center we are going to explode those myths, answer a lot of questions and make math so easy it’s child’s play.

It is paradoxical that many educators and parents still differentiate between a time for learning and a time for play without seeing the vital connection between them. -Leo Buscaglia, author (1924-1998)

Here at our center we are using algebra to teach 5 year olds how to count…they factor trinomials as an added bonus. They have a blast learning algebra.

Our Math Program is for Math Students all the way up to High School and College.

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