Tag: MathWizard

Favorite Educational Quotes from MathWizard Blog Writers

Why do MathWizard’s writers like quotes so much? Who knows? Maybe, it’s because we write all the time. Maybe, it’s a teacher thing. Maybe, there’s something in the water. Whatever the reason, we all have our favorite educational quotes. Here are our top 8: one from each writer.  1. Amy’s Favorite: A Quote for Teachers by Glennon Doyle […]

How to Prepare My Child for Preschool

Enrolling your child in a preschool is a great way to prepare your child for kindergarten. When you do so, preschool will be his or her first experience in a new learning environment and atmosphere. This will also be the first time he or she is separated from home and family.  This separation can be […]

Father’s Day Drawings from MathWizard Students

Father’s Day             Happy Father’s Day to all of our dads!  This year, we wanted to take a moment to talk about where Father’s Day comes from and show what our students think about their dads.             Father’s Day dates back to 1910, and the idea can be credited to an Arkansas woman named Sonora […]

Online Math Games for High School Students

Online Math Games for High School Students Starting with Algebra I, it gets harder and harder to find good online math games and programs to help high school students practice and study. And that’s unfortunate since high school students are usually the ones who need the most help. While most of the online games available are […]

Is Your Child Ready for Kindergarten?

Starting kindergarten will be one of the biggest milestones of your child’s life—it will also be one of the biggest milestones in your parenting life. Kissing your child goodbye on that first day of kindergarten will not only be a day filled with tears, but also filled with high expectations for the future. Every parent […]

Should Your Child Take Geometry This Summer?

   Should Your Child Take Geometry This Summer? 4 Questions to Ask First I teach Algebra and Geometry at an educational enrichment company that focuses on helping students excel, so I get questions like this frequently from both parents and students. If they’re asking about taking Geometry with a program like ours before starting it […]

Honoring Our Service Members with Math Statistics

Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States that is dedicated to remembering those who died while serving in the U.S. armed forces. The infographic below illustrates some surprising numbers and statistics associated with Memorial Day. Take time today to say thank you to a service member and to remember those that made […]

10 Free Online Math Games to Build Foundational Skills

Have you ever struggled to engage your child in his or her math homework?  Kids can feel bogged down by their workload, making motivation to learn difficult regardless of how important the skills are to hone.  Here, we have compiled a list of 10 math games kids can play for free online to practice essential […]

Real Stories: From MathWizard Student to Teacher — Abshaar Narvel

 What happens to students after they graduate from our programs? As MathWizard turns 15 years old, we have begun to see our students turn into adults. Our former students have grown into impressive adults with great stories to tell. One former student in particular has a special story: Abshaar Narvel. She has turned from student […]