Maths is a critical subject that is fundamental to everyday life and success and even more critical now given the lockdowns where kids are starting to fall behind. As math builds upon itself level by level it's important to start with a strong foundation from an early age.
Welcome to Mathnasium!
Mathnasium is your local maths-only learning centre and an authority in maths education with over 1,000 centres world-wide. They can also deliver online face to face real time maths tutoring with real tutors that specialise in maths. Dedicated to giving kids in Kindergarten to Year 10 a TRUE understanding of maths filling in all the gaps whilst building their CONFIDENCE.
Their proven Mathnasium MethodTM supports students to learn through deep understanding with carefully selected topics that lay the groundwork for Number Sense and other concepts encountered later in school.
As students gain greater comprehension and maths skills, their excitement and confidence grow and as a result their love of maths begins to strengthen.
Mathnasium can now help students online through their specialised education focused online platform, making it easier for students in lockdown to develop their maths skills.
Mathnasium@home An online teaching platform for real time maths tuition, provides the same face to face instruction used in their centres and your child can catch up or soar ahead from home or anywhere with an internet connection.
So, if you've been thinking about maths tuition for your child, why not register online to book a free assessment session that will provide you a comprehensive understanding of your child’s strengths and development areas and also give you a sense of who they are, what they do, and how they can help.
Find and contact your nearest centre here to get started.
Remember, even if the centre is not close to your home, you can still take advantage of Mathnasium’s online platform, Mathnasium@home, for remote learning.
Based on traditional stories about Dhinawan (Emu) including the black space in the Milky way known as 'Emu in the Sky’, this interactive program includes colouring a picture of the 'emu in the sky' - viewed from an Aboriginal perspective, and attaching emu feathers or using them as medium to '