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## The Math Unicorn is Back! Free Magical Math Tea Parties, Thurs 5/14 and Fri 5/15 @ noon eastern!

Friday, May 8th, 2020Yesterday, a 4th grader who came to our first math tea party wanted to know, “When is the next one?”

Well, good news! Our next math tea party is next week!

And you’re invited!

Do you feel overwhelmed by suddenly having to homeschool your child with math?

Wondering how you’ll make it through the rest of the school year?

Filled with dread trying to explain math homework?

Do you wish you could actually make math…magical?

Then come join us this coming Thurs 5/14 and Fri 5/15 @ noon eastern,

as I join forces with beloved tea party legend, Mrs. B of Tea With Mrs B,

for this fun virtual event.

We will unveil the secrets of making math magical that I’ve discovered over my career as a Virtual Magical Math Tutor, helping creative, passionate, unique kids achieve true math mastery.

You will learn simple, effective, fun tools that can be used on any problem and at any grade level.

Then we will practice applying these tools together,

choosing from problems you bring to class,

with participants taking turns in the spotlight getting help directly from me.

Wear your favorite tea party hat, and bring your favorite tea!

This event is designed for:

– parents,

– or parents and kids *together*,

– but is NOT for kids to attend solo.

(This is NOT a “drop-off” event.)

NOTE: This time we’re splitting it into two age groups:

Thurs 5/14 @ noon eastern

for 3rd graders and up, with their parents

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER yourself & your 3rd-12th grader

and Fri 5/15 @ noon eastern

for 1st & 2nd graders, with their parents

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER yourself & your 1st-2nd grader

COST: Free!

LOCATION: On zoom! You’ll get the link when you register

And please share with anyone who you sense could use this support!

Related links:

Testimonial: I’m Officially a Math Unicorn

Case Study: a 5th grader goes from saying “Math Doesn’t Like Me” to singing and dancing about math while wearing a purple tutu

What Parents Of Math-Confident Children Secretly Do (That Typical Parents Don’t) – #1

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