Parents and siblings can relax in reception with magazines, toys, and free Wifi.
Hundreds of multi-sensory math resources that are used daily in sessions.
We work on the mat, around the room, and at the whiteboard tables. Students learn best when they see it, say it, hear it, and move it.
We are not worksheet based. Instead, we use the whiteboard tables as they are fun, engaging, and very interactive. Our students absolutely love solving problems on them.
Students have fun while learning a wide variety of math skills through interactive activities like Hockey.
Our instructors learn about each student's interests and hobbies and incorporate them into session. Students learn best when they are fully engaged and what better to way to engage them then through their interests.
Students have plenty of fun while they are learning math concepts.
Students are up and moving while learning. We teach math in a multi-sensory, fun, engaging way.
Ms. Lacy is singing our Days of the Week song with her students while playing "Swat It."
Using one of our many "Hands-On Approaches" when working with the concept of telling time.
Working on concepts of addition and subtraction with fact families while playing "Monkey Kaboom."
"Money Monster" helps students identify coin names and values. He has also been known to assist students with counting money and making change.
During this game, students work on number recognition, counting, sequencing, comparing and ordering, mixed operations, and place value.
Working with decimals, percentages, fractions, money, mixed operations, and place value.
Working on Geometry and Measurement skills.
Solving word problems and mixed operation equations with Frisbee Golf.
Using manipulatives to build an understanding of telling time.
We also use fun table-based games when solving math problems.