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Sat 8/5 in Bridgehampton, Long Island – How to make math magical (for parents)

Thursday, August 3rd, 2017

You are invited to join me for:

Making Math Magical: How to End the Math Freak-out and Raise a Math-Confident Child
on Saturday 8/5
at the Hampton Library in Bridgehampton, Long Island!

For Parents & Guardians

Math can be a big source of parental anxiety, where even math-confident parents can find themselves stuck when it comes to supporting their child.

In this workshop, math mastery mentor and joyful learning expert Rebecca Zook will provide you with groundbreaking tools to build and nurture your child’s math confidence.

Learn how to support your child to achieve mastery, rise to the top of their class, and in time experience math as a source of joy and self-expression.

Walk away with clear steps, case studies, and tools you can use to ensure math confidence.

This talk is for: parents and guardians of kids from 4th-12th grade
Talk title: Making Math Magical: Raising a Math Confident Child
Date: Saturday, August 05, 2017
Time: 3:00pm
Location: Hampton Library
2478 Main St,
Bridgehampton, NY 11932

Come and join me! Tell your friends!

And YES, my cello will be coming to help with the presentation!

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PS. This will be my *last* presentation until I return from recording and performing with my cello in Iceland in mid-September!

One Comment on “Sat 8/5 in Bridgehampton, Long Island – How to make math magical (for parents)”

  • Tim Henman on March 22nd 1:59 am

    Teachers like Rebecca if exist in every school then this fear of math would get substantially reduced. Math is definitely magic and very interesting, just needs a good teacher to instigate that interest in a child.

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