Fun Math for Elementary School

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This course leads students through complex math concepts via age-appropriate approaches, such as fun stories in real-life scenarios, riddles and puzzles, magic tricks, cartoon drawings, jokes, etc.  Math is fun!  This course is designed by math experts who are passionate educators and work hard  to present the fun aspect of math to young students to stimulate interest in math and develop problem solving and critical thinking skills at an early age. 

The classes are held on Wednesdays 7:30pm-8:45pm Beijing Time. The courses meets for a total of 20 classes.  Each class is 75 minutes long.  The first class is held on Wednesday March 3, 2019.

The tuition of this course is US\$1000.00, including all class materials.  No textbook is needed.

This course leads students through complex math concepts via age-appropriate approaches, such as fun stories in real-life scenarios, riddles and puzzles, magic tricks, cartoon drawings, jokes, etc.  Math is fun!  This course is designed by math experts who are passionate educators and work hard  to present the fun aspect of math to young students to stimulate interest in math and develop problem solving and critical thinking skills at an early age. 

The classes are held on Tuesdays 6:10pm-7:25pm US Pacific Daylight Time. The courses meets for a total of 20 classes.  Each class is 75 minutes long.  The first class is held on Wednesday March 3, 2019.

The tuition of this course is US\$1000.00, including all class materials.  No textbook is needed.

This course leads students through complex math concepts via age-appropriate approaches, such as fun stories in real-life scenarios, riddles and puzzles, magic tricks, cartoon drawings, jokes, etc.  Math is fun!  This course is designed by math experts who are passionate educators and work hard  to present the fun aspect of math to young students to stimulate interest in math and develop problem solving and critical thinking skills at an early age. 

The classes are held on Wednesdays 7:30pm-8:45pm Beijing Time, which is 7:30am-8:45am US Eastern Time (the US time will be adjusted once Daylight Savings Time ends in November, so Beijing Time remains the same).  This course will have 25 classes.  Each class is 75 minutes long.  The first class is held on Wednesday August 21, 2019.