Over the past 20 years, Larisa Itina, studio’s director, has developed a unique program. Based on Russian and Singapore methodology, she adjusted the materials to be used in the United States. Studio’s curriculum covers a wide range of topics in arithmetic, geometry and logic.
We introduce students to areas of math that are not traditionally covered in schools. Our goal is to get students comfortable solving unusual problems that require lateral thinking.
Many children think of math as boring and dry, and they start developing math anxiety as early as first grade. We want to capture children’s interest now while they do not have any preconceptions about the subject. Educational games can make a lasting difference in a child’s later education.
We firmly believe that there is more to the math than counting and that math can be enjoyable and fun!
We believe that learning through play captivates children’s attention like nothing else.
Our classes foster children’s natural curiosity by exposing them to a wide range of mathematical riddles and puzzles, construction sets and mosaics, geometry and logical games.
Strategy and math games are perfect learning tools and can help make difficult concepts come to life.
During the April break, the Studio of Engaging Math would like to invite your child to participate in Math Competitions problem-solving workshop.
During the workshop, kids will learn how to analyze problems, master different methods, and use problem-solving strategies. We will apply this knowledge to real problems from various math competitions.
We will also teach them how to optimize the time during math competitions and will practice writing timed tests. At the end of the course, kids will have a chance to use the knowledge they got by participating in the real competition – Noetic Learning Math Contest and discuss the results with the teacher.
Expose your child to the uniquely challenging world of mathematics competitions!
Give your child a great opportunity to work in a group and learn advanced logical and mathematical reasoning skills as well as teamwork.