Young Scholars Program
How young is too young to build strong math skills?
Pre-K and Kindergarten students, as young as age 4, can be taught basic math concepts with amazing results! In our experience, the earlier a child learns basic math concepts and starts recognizing patterns, the easier it is for them to incorporate more advanced concepts and techniques later.
Are you a proactive parent? Do you want to give your child a head-start on learning the skills they’ll need to succeed? Good for you, you’ve got the right attitude and you’ve come to the right place! The truth is most parents wait until their child has a problem with math before addressing it. This reactive approach rarely works. Take the first step now and jump-start your child’s lifelong love of learning!
Can 4 to 6 year old kids learn mathematics?
Our method is simple and effective:
First, your child learns the multiplication tables in a fun, interactive way.
Second, your child masters basic multiplication and division.
Third, your child masters basic addition and subtraction.
Then we continue to teach them in an orderly way using our unique, proven curriculum.
The proper time to learn math skills is right NOW!
Ever feel like mathematics plays second fiddle to reading and writing? In most elementary schools, mathematics education often does take a back seat to language education. Further, in many schools basic addition and subtraction are taught to 2nd grade children; while basic multiplication and division are considered 3rd and 4th grade concepts. This is way too late!
Our instructors provide one-on-one personalized lessons which will grow your child’s confidence and improve their academic performance. Our unique approach to teaching works, and will help your elementary school student master the skills they need to succeed.
During elementary school, one of the best things you can do as a parent is to demonstrate the importance of mathematics to your child. The math we learn in elementary school is the same math we use every day in all our lives. Giving your child hands on activities, like handling money or measuring out ingredients in the kitchen, can substantilly help them to improve their understanding of basic fundamentals and can problem solving skills.