Math Ninja, LLC

Math Ninja, LLC offers math tutoring for all ages. We offer in person math tutoring in the Mt. Pleasant, SC area & online math tutoring worldwide.

Math Ninja, LLC offers both in person & online math tutoring. Experience one-on-one math tutoring from the comfort of your home, local library, or favorite coffee shop! Our math tutor is a trained & certified math teacher with over 15 years of experience.

Mission: Math Ninja, LLC is a spunky, fun-loving business aimed at offering high quality math, education, and community resources for students, parents, & educators. Our goal is to help our community make informed choices about educating our youth. We provide thought provoking ideas for incorporating mathematical, real-life experiences into our daily lives.

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Cignition, Inc.

Free computer game for students that need help with fractions. Looks interesting.

Is Your Kid's Backpack Too Heavy?

Ugh...I remember my heavy backpack...

Article shares strategies to help your child lighten their load. If yes, be prepared for a side of pain, sprains and pinched nerves.

How to Pick the Fastest Line at the Supermarket

I always seem to choose the longest checkout line when shopping! Checkout these strategies that can help you pick the best line.

Spoiler alert: Math was used to help develop these strategies ;) Experts offer tips for reducing your time in the grocery store checkout line.

Here are the differences between the SAT and the ACT Abby Jackson Aug 14, 2016 | 2:13 PM ET A big question for students applying to college is whether they should take the SAT or ACT. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo As the summer winds down and students prepare for the fall semester, the issue of college admissions will undoubtedly begin to weigh heavily on…

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Article list specific skills you can work on at home with your Pre-K child. Early math is extremely important — even more important than early reading skills. Here’s what every parent needs to know.

7 tips to ignite summer learning - Renaissance Learning Blog

Great ideas to incorporate learning into summer fun! There’s plenty of learning to be had all year round—not just during the school year. Check out these seven tips to ignite summer learning.

To do better in school, kids should exercise their bodies as well as their brains, experts say Attention parents: If you’d like to see your kids do better in school, have them close their books, set down their pencils and go outside to play.

The Importance of Emphasizing Online Safety to Students Three steps to teach your students safe online behavior, whether at school or at home. |@ScholasticAdms

Want your teen to clean her room? Study suggests a positive approach If you want your teen to clean her room, you're better off offering a reward than threatening punishment, a new study suggests.

Cartoon from today's Math Education Smartbrief

How you can be good at math, and other surprising facts about learning | Jo Boaler | TEDxStanford

Let them count on their fingers and other math learning myths debunked.

You have probably heard people say they are just bad at math, or perhaps you yourself feel like you are not “a math person.” Not so, says Stanford mathematic...

6 Reasons Your Child Will Benefit From Summer Tutoring

Summer tutoring is available! Tutoring can be a great addition to summer activities. Checkout these 6 reasons your child will benefit from summer tutoring.

Why Do Students Get Summers Off?

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Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge

Encourage your kids to read this summer! Check out this free summer reading challenge by scholastic. The Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge is a free reading program dedicated to stopping the "Summer Slide" and encouraging kids to read more books during the summer months. Now in its 8th year, the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge invites kids to log the minutes they spend reading in an effort to...

9 Out Of 10 Parents Think Their Kids Are On Grade Level. They're Probably Wrong

Ask your child's teachers if they are performing on grade level. Summer is a great time to play catch up! A new national survey shows a huge disconnect between parent perceptions and student performance.

A little extra sleep improves grades for kids

Extra Sleep = Better Grades Adequate sleep is essential for the health of kids.


" emerge on on how we can empower kids to best navigate the digital world." SCREENAGERS dives deep into how technology impacts kids’ development and the challenges of parenting in the digital world. We live in a world where parents must compete with video games, texting addiction, and social media.

Got an A in Algebra? That’s Worth $120

Interesting program for students to raise money for college, a three-year-old start-up, allows students to accrue incremental scholarship credits by entering their high school achievements on a website.

Big Ideas for the classroom: Growth Mindset - Episode 5/5

Last episode!

Episode 5: Mojo puts it all together Visit to find the full series and many wonderful resources, including discussion gui...

Struggles of famous scientists inspire STEM students

Great reminder of how important it is to let students know when we make mistakes or struggle to do something important to us. New research shows one way to keep students engaged and encouraged is to teach them about the struggles of famous scientists.

With Math I Can - Growth Mindset Tools

With math I can do anything. Take the With Math I Can growth mindset pledge and access worksheets, lesson plans and other growth mindset resources for use at home, in your classroom and in your district.

30 days until the revised SAT test. Take advantage of these free resources

[02/03/16]   I am looking forward to the Charleston STEM festival this Saturday. Check it out! Go to for more info.

Big Ideas for the classroom: Growth Mindset - Episode 3/5

This episode (3rd in a series of 5) is perfect for successful students that are afraid to ask for help. Episode 3: The Power of "Yet" Visit to find the full series and many wonderful resources, including discussion guides for...

Big Ideas for the classroom: Growth Mindset - Episode 2/5

This video focuses on the importance of making mistakes and how we learn from them. 2nd video in the series designed to help students understand how the brain works. Episode 2: The Magic of Mistakes Visit to find the full series and many wonderful resources, including discussion guides ...

Big Ideas for the classroom: Growth Mindset - Episode 1/5

Help your child or teen understand how the brain learns by watching this 1st video in a series (others coming soon). Learning about the brain can help your child find success in school. Even adults can benefit from learning how the brain works!

Episode 1: A secret about the brain. In this five episode video series on Growth Mindset, two monsters named Mojo and Katie explore the different aspects of ...

‘Not a Math Person’: How to Remove Obstacles to Learning Math Negative experiences such as timed tests, tracking and personal attitudes have hurt how some people feel about math. Stanford professor Jo Boaler wants to change all of that.

Help your child learn math by using homework as a study tool. Check out the strategies in this post:

Boosting Math

Four great messages for parents and students about how to learn math. You can read more at

Where The Wild Fractions Are: The Power Of A Bedtime (Math) Story

Are you looking for a way to help your elementary child with math? Try reading a math bedtime story using the app Bedtime Math: A new study published in the journal Science shows that regular use of a specific math-based iPad app significantly improved math performance in elementary school children.

The Martian is a great movie with lots of math and science references. Check out this interview with the author of the book.

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