Mathnasium of Fairfax

Mathnasium of Fairfax WE MAKE MATH MAKE SENSE! Call (703) 625-MATH (6284) or stop by our location inFairfax Corner. Catch Up, Keep Up, or Get Ahead
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Mathnasiums mission is to make math make sense to kids, and in so doing, build their confidence and a deep understanding and lifelong love of mathematics. Our centers provide tutoring from pre-K through to high school. Our teaching method, called the Mathnasium Method™ is what helps math make sense to kids. The Mathnasium Method™ is the life's work of Larry Martinek, Mathnasium's Chief Instructional Officer and a teacher and math teaching consultant in the Los Angeles area for more than 35 years. The Mathnasium Method™ uses a time-tested, customized program, which stems from a unique assessment to identify what a student needs to improve their math skills. We offer personalized instruction, proprietary worksheets, and games to build Number Sense and provide a fun and supportive environment in which children can learn and practice math. To find out more about how Mathnasium makes math make sense to kids, visit www.mathnasium.com

Mission: Our mission and passion is to teach students the conceptual understanding of mathematics! Many students become frustrated with math so, here at Mathnasium of Fairfax, we give them the confidence to approach mathematics successfully! We Make Math Make Sense!

History, science, English ... try this week's word problems to see how you can combine math with your favorite school su...
05/20/2020

History, science, English ... try this week's word problems to see how you can combine math with your favorite school subjects to get the correct results! #WordProblemWednesday #Mathnasium

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Please join us May 18th - 22nd for our Facebook Live Lessons! This week we will be teaching lessons for both elementary ...
05/17/2020

Please join us May 18th - 22nd for our Facebook Live Lessons! This week we will be teaching lessons for both elementary and middle school grades and up! This week's topics are:

Mon, 5/18: Exploring Visual and Numerical Patterns
Tue, 5/19: Divide & Conquer: Divisibility Rules — Basic
Wed, 5/20: Graphing Points and Lines!
Thu, 5/2: Divide & Conquer: Divisibility Rules — Advanced
Fri, 5/22: Counting Systems: Base Not 10

This week's videos are recommended for grades:
Mon: Middle Elementary and up
Tue, Thu: Upper Elementary and up
Wed, Fri: Lower Middle School and up

All lessons are 11 a.m. PT, 12 p.m. MT, 1 p.m. CT, 2 p.m. ET at www.facebook.com/mathnasium/live

Hope we’ll see you then!

What better way to "brush" up on your problem-solving skills than with this week's word problems which are all about art...
05/13/2020

What better way to "brush" up on your problem-solving skills than with this week's word problems which are all about art!
#WordProblemWednesday#Mathnasium

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05/10/2020

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We hope your kids' home-learning has been going great! Thank you, Carolann, for sharing your experience with us on how w...
05/08/2020

We hope your kids' home-learning has been going great! Thank you, Carolann, for sharing your experience with us on how well [email protected] has been working for your family.

Get ready to break some new world records with this week's word problems! #wordproblemwednesdayhttp://ow.ly/SOBv50zxuLw
05/06/2020

Get ready to break some new world records with this week's word problems! #wordproblemwednesday

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05/04/2020
May 4- Star Wars.mp4

Happy National Star Wars Day! May the 4th be with you!
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Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! #teacherappreciation #weloveteachers
05/04/2020

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!

#teacherappreciation #weloveteachers

Please join us May 4th - 8th for our Facebook Live Lessons! This week's topics are:Monday, May 4th - "Percent - For Each...
05/03/2020

Please join us May 4th - 8th for our Facebook Live Lessons! This week's topics are:

Monday, May 4th - "Percent - For Each 100"
Tuesday, May 5th - "A Number Sense Look at Horizontal Addition"
Wednesday, May 6th - "An Introduction to Comparing and Ordering Fractions"
Thursday, May 7th - "Reasoning in Groups"
Friday, May 8th - "Problem Solving with Wholes and Parts"

All lessons are 11a PT, 12p MT, 1p CT, 2p ET at www.facebook.com/mathnasium/live

Hope we’ll see you then!

From calculating routes for satellites, rockets and space probes, to transmitting messages and building spacecraft, math...
05/01/2020

From calculating routes for satellites, rockets and space probes, to transmitting messages and building spacecraft, math is an inextricable part of space science. In honor of #NationalSpaceDay, we celebrate global space accomplishments and salute those who use math to shoot for the stars.

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04/30/2020

While Jacob's mom, an emergency physician, helps people who are sick with COVID-19, Jacob studies math through [email protected]. They both would consider that Jacob uses @home even after schools reopen!

Are you looking for a fun way to practice before your next family game night? Be sure to try this weeks word problems! T...
04/29/2020

Are you looking for a fun way to practice before your next family game night? Be sure to try this weeks word problems! They're all about using math to win at board games!

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There's so many great things to learn and do from the comfort of your own home! Get comfy, and give this brain teaser ch...
04/24/2020

There's so many great things to learn and do from the comfort of your own home! Get comfy, and give this brain teaser challenge a try!

It's Word Problem Wednesday! From selling toys to running a business, these busy bees will need your help!http://ow.ly/m...
04/22/2020

It's Word Problem Wednesday! From selling toys to running a business, these busy bees will need your help!

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We knew there was no such thing as an uninteresting number!"The Interesting Number Paradox": If there were to exist a se...
04/21/2020

We knew there was no such thing as an uninteresting number!

"The Interesting Number Paradox": If there were to exist a set of generally uninteresting numbers, then the least interesting would actually be quite unique and intriguing, making the whole set of uninteresting numbers a lie!

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In honor of Math and Statistics Awareness Month in April, it’s time to take a fresh look at statistics, which not only p...
04/16/2020

In honor of Math and Statistics Awareness Month in April, it’s time to take a fresh look at statistics, which not only plays a pivotal role in modern society but is also a pretty great career choice. Let's learn some fun facts about statistics! http://ow.ly/KaIy50zboe8

If your kids are schooling from home right now, we have the perfect math home learning solution for you today.  Check ou...
04/15/2020

If your kids are schooling from home right now, we have the perfect math home learning solution for you today. Check out our Word Problem Wednesday blog post for fun math practice at any level!

Robots and Batteries... Oh, My!
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It's Math and Stats Month! Have fun and keep working out your mind at home with today's brain teaser. 💕🧠✨
04/14/2020

It's Math and Stats Month! Have fun and keep working out your mind at home with today's brain teaser. 💕🧠✨

It's National Scrabble Day! Play some Scrabble with your family today and be sure to count the points! Winning the Mathn...
04/13/2020

It's National Scrabble Day! Play some Scrabble with your family today and be sure to count the points! Winning the Mathnasium way!

Pets are always there with quiet love and support — even when you're distance learning or doing Mathansium@home!  Today ...
04/11/2020

Pets are always there with quiet love and support — even when you're distance learning or doing [email protected]! Today is #NationalPetDay... How is your pet enjoying the extra family time right now?

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It's National Sibling Day! Which of your siblings is your n+1?
04/10/2020

It's National Sibling Day! Which of your siblings is your n+1?

Families can now get Mathnasium’s math tutoring remotely, without sacrificing the face-to-face interaction that is the h...
04/09/2020

Families can now get Mathnasium’s math tutoring remotely, without sacrificing the face-to-face interaction that is the heart and soul of the Mathnasium Method™! http://ow.ly/n6b450z9obX

Are you looking for a fun way to practice your math skills while you’re learning from home? Try your hand and one of the...
04/08/2020

Are you looking for a fun way to practice your math skills while you’re learning from home? Try your hand and one of these fun word problems, ranging in skill level from lower elementary to Algebra and up. http://ow.ly/Rcfx50z8cBH

03/14/2020
Why should we care about pi?

Happy #PiDay!! 3.14 forever...literally!

Pi may be an infinite, irrational number, but it will always hold a special place in our hearts. This video explains why... We ❤️ π !!

#PiDay is tomorrow! Are you ready? How will you celebrate? (And are you sure you have the right kind of pi? 😉)
03/13/2020

#PiDay is tomorrow! Are you ready? How will you celebrate? (And are you sure you have the right kind of pi? 😉)

Ignite the spark of math learning with today’s word problem challenge! Question: Brandon finds 4 pounds and 8 ounces of ...
03/11/2020

Ignite the spark of math learning with today’s word problem challenge!

Question: Brandon finds 4 pounds and 8 ounces of wood for a campfire. Emma finds 5 pounds and 11 ounces. Luis finds 9 pounds and 3 ounces. How much campfire wood do they have in total?

#PiDay is coming up at the end of this week, and we want to help you celebrate! Check out our fun and educational Pi Day...
03/09/2020
Happy Pi Day! March Math Activity

#PiDay is coming up at the end of this week, and we want to help you celebrate! Check out our fun and educational Pi Day math activity to print and do at home. #mathlove http://ow.ly/6cWB50yGN9P

Have fun and learn about pi just in time for Pi Day with this fun at-home math activity.

Don't forget to set your clocks forward this weekend!
03/06/2020

Don't forget to set your clocks forward this weekend!

It’s time to take your math skills out for a walk in the world! Can you figure out this week’s word problem challenge?Qu...
03/04/2020

It’s time to take your math skills out for a walk in the world! Can you figure out this week’s word problem challenge?

Question: Layla takes her dog for a 20-minute walk each morning. On Monday, she takes the dog out for a walk at 7:55 AM and walks the dog for 8 minutes longer than the usual amount of time. At what time do they get back to their house?

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11877 Grand Commons Avenue
Fairfax, VA
22030

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Monday 15:30 - 20:00
Tuesday 15:30 - 20:00
Wednesday 15:30 - 20:00
Thursday 15:30 - 20:00
Saturday 10:30 - 14:00

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(703) 625-6284

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