Mathnasium of Roslyn

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Mathematical patterns follow predictable rules that help us anticipate what comes next. Apply what YOU know about to determine the value of “?” in today’s exercise, then tell us your answer in the comments below! 👍😎


Using Math in sports has become more common over the years. For instance, take swimming, swimming has several different course and stroke variables. Results from a short course (25 yards) or a longer course (50 meters), can be converted by a coach to make projections for how a swimmer might perform in another race or even where a swimmer should be placed in a relay.
Click to read our full blog on the topic. It’s pretty cool.


World Thinking Day 2023 🌎🌍🌏

Observed by 10 million Girl Guides and Girl Scouts worldwide on Feb. 22, World Thinking Day has a different theme each year. In 2023, the theme is “Our World, Our Peaceful Future: The Environment, Peace, and Security.”

Did you know that World Thinking Day is celebrated each year by the Girl Guides and Girl Scouts across the world on the 22nd of February? Thinking Day originated from a desire by the Girl Guides and Girl Scouts to dedicate a day to thinking about and appreciating the global spread of these movements.


Solving riddles and giving correct answers fills us all with triumph. Even kids love to solve riddles. It gives them a chance to use their imagination.


All the presidents in American history are remembered and honored for their exemplary work in helping to forge America into a true democracy.

Did you know that James K. Polk was the first president to have his photograph taken while in office?


It’s ! Are you up for a “math-y presidents” trivia question? Mike has two monetary bills in his pocket: one features George Washington, and one features Andrew Jackson. What is their total value? Tell us in the comments! 😃🎩🇺🇸


It’s ! Simple acts of can be the catalyst for positive change at home, school, work, or play. So, choose THREE THINGS you’ll do to make someone’s day today. Then come back and tell us about it in the comments! 😃💖


You might be familiar with the fact that there are 360 degrees in a full circle. By splitting a circle up into 360 equal slices we can measure any angle. But why do we use 360°? You might be surprised but there are actually a number of reasons for this specific number. Find out more in this blog.


, math’s biggest day of the year, is coming — and we’re having a ! So contact us today to get all the details, and join us on March 14 for food, activities, rewards, and fun! 🥳🎉



There are plenty of reasons to introduce riddles to your child. Riddles are a great way to stimulate children’s minds. Plus, they’re a fun activity to keep kids occupied


There are plenty of reasons to introduce riddles to your child. Riddles are a great way to stimulate children’s minds. Plus, they’re a fun activity to keep kids occupied


Being there for each other with friendship, hugs, caring, sharing and ofcourse, love. Happy Valentine’s day to you and your special person.

The popular Valentine’s Day candy, candy hearts, started out as medical lozenges for the throat! Boston-based pharmacist Oliver Chase invented the machine that produced small medical lozenges. When he saw the popularity of these small pop-in medicines, he turned them into candy with cute messages on them.


On , it is custom to share cards and flowers, but why not change things up with an heart? ❤️ Stop by our Number Sense blog for step-by-step instructions on creating your own. Happy ! 🥰



Happy Birthday Thomas Edison!!!

He was the most famous inventor in American history. Though he is best known for his invention of the phonograph and incandescent electric light, Edison took out 1,093 patents in a variety of fields, including electric light and power, telephony and telegraphy, and sound recording.

Did you know? By the time he died at age 84 on October 18, 1931, Thomas Edison had amassed a record 1,093 patents: 389 for electric light and power, 195 for the phonograph, 150 for the telegraph, 141 for storage batteries and 34 for the telephone.


Today we celebrate women and girls everywhere who use their foundational math knowledge to grow and excel in scientific studies and science-related careers! 🔬🤩🧪


Happy National Pizza Day! Feeling Cheesy? Tell us your favorite Pizza topping.

Did you know the leading chain pizza restaurant, Pizza Hut, was founded in Wichita, Kansas?


Is your child realizing their potential in ? At , we provide customized learning plans and live, face-to-face instruction so they can catch up and get ahead. Contact us to enroll your child today! 😊🧮



Many of us can agree: the triumph that comes with solving a tough riddle is a feeling like no other. And chances are, your child will love riddles too!


In many ways, the Fibonacci sequence is one of the crown jewels of mathematics. With its simplistic yet elegant internal structure, and its ability to describe the patterning of so many non-mathematical entities, the Fibonacci Sequence has taken on an almost mystical value for some people.

Let's have a look at what the Fibonacci sequence is and how it came about.


Happy mathematical constant ! It’s the day when we celebrate Euler's number, which has special properties useful in calculus and in applications such as exponential growth and continuous compounding. Hurray for the all-powerful “e”! 🥳


Today is World Cancer Awareness Day and it's time to make a difference. We offer well wishes to those affected, and we encourage everyone to make an effort to give a little of your time or share a smile with someone stricken with cancer. Your positivity and encouragement means more than you know.

Did you know that World Cancer Day was declared at the World Cancer Summit Against Cancer in Paris, France in the year 2000 on Feb 4th?


February is . Join us in honoring the many talents, skills, and voices that have changed the landscape of and the world. 🙌⭐


is on February 2 and we wait with bated (and ice-cold) breath to see whether or not winter will continue for another six weeks. How do you observe Groundhog Day? Children can make predictions, look at their shadows or watch a short documentary on the day’s origin.

Did you know the groundhog wakes up from hibernation on February 2? If the groundhog sees its shadow when it emerges from its burrow, there will be six more weeks of winter.

Happy Groundhog Day!


Bees are impressive creatures, powering entire ecosystems via pollination and making sweet honey. But it turns out the little striped insects are also quite clever. A new study suggests that, despite having tiny brains, bees understand the mathematical concepts of addition and subtraction. Find out more about this wild topic in our blog.


, math’s most popular day of the year, is just around the corner — and we plan to celebrate BIG! So contact us today to get all the details. And mark your calendars to join us for food, festivities, and fun — everybody’s invited! 🥳🎉



We are happy to share that we have been awarded the🏅Top # 5️⃣0️⃣ 🏆 places to work on Glass Door! 🤩 Come and see what we are all about at Mathnasium of Roslyn


We make learning fun and help your child progress in so they can succeed in school, on standardized tests — and in life. Contact us to learn more today! 😁👍

🎬 Video credit: Mathnasium student and video contest winner, Kelly B. of Columbus, GA


Lego – have you played with it? These little plastic-colored bricks have been sparking creativity and joy in both children and adults of all ages for almost 70 years! Small but mighty, Lego bricks inspire creativity, and thanks to their ingenious design, they can be used to make virtually anything you can imagine, from cars to dinosaurs, houses to aliens – if you can dream it, it can probably be built out of Lego

In 1932, Ole Kirk Christiansen, a carpenter from Billund, Denmark, founded the shopping mode Lego company to manufacture wooden toys.


Usually, a temperature written in Fahrenheit is different than when written in Celsius, but did you know there’s an instance when they are the SAME? It’s true! Check out this to learn more! 🥶🧊


Math is fun and one great way to spread that fun is to share famous math quotes by renowned people in history. They can inspire and they can entertain. So when you find yourself up against a tough math problem, take a quick break and enjoy a funny or inspirational math quote.

Do you have a favorite Math Quote? Share it in the comments below.


Solving brain teasers and riddles boosts brain power, keeps your memory strong, and entertains everyone to no end. See if you can solve this one!


National Pie Day lets us enjoy one of our favorite desserts guilt-free. After all, we’re celebrating a national holiday! So preheat your oven and bake a yummy pie or visit your local bakery, grab a slice, and celebrate the simple, delicious pleasures of good pie.

In 1976 Pumpkin pie made its first appearance in a cookbook.


Happy , friends! Here’s wishing you and your loved ones longevity, peace, prosperity, and good fortune! 🐰🧧🧨


At , we help students exercise their minds. This leads to “aha” moments, generating confidence and enthusiasm that go beyond the classroom. Give your child the boost they need to succeed in and in life. Contact us today! 💡🤩



On January 19th, National Popcorn Day pops onto the scene with a crunch we all love to enjoy! The annual celebration recognizes a treat that satisfies munchies, day or night.

This time-honored snack can be sweet or savory, caramelized, buttered or plain, shaped into a candied ball, or tossed with nuts and chocolate.

In the 1920s when popcorn was first introduced to theaters, many refused to sell popcorn because they believe it is too messy.


Trigonometry is the branch of mathematics that deals with the relationship of sides with angles in a triangle. With trigonometry finding out the heights of mountains or towers is possible, also in astronomy, it is used to find the distance between stars or planets and is widely used in physics, architecture, and GPS navigation systems. Let's find out more in this blog.


Students succeed in when they are motivated and challenged, but it's not always easy to know when this is the case. Check out our latest Number Sense blog article for five signs your child is ready for advanced math. 🤩🌟



Riddles are witty, engaging, mysterious and of course utterly satisfying when you solve them. Some play on words while others need a dab of creativity to crack. If you think you can take on these head-scratchers then brace your self — we have one for you.

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