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Thurs May 14th, 2020: Making Math Magical at the Legendary Tea With Mrs. B, in Falls Church, VA

Tuesday, March 17th, 2020

Hey beauties!

I’m so excited to announce, I’ll be leading a workshop on Making Math Magical at the legendary Tea With Mrs. B tea room in Falls Church, VA!

Date: Thurs, May 14th, 2020
Time: 6-7.30 pm
Location: 136 W. Jefferson Street.,
Falls Church, VA 22046
Cost: $45 (Tickets accommodate one adult and one child.)

Description: Do you find that your child’s homework is sometimes over your head? As parents, we do our best to be there for our children, but providing support can be difficult when it comes to academia.

Mrs. B is teaming with Professional Math Unicorn, Rebecca Zook, to bring parents and children together to solve problems in the historically tough subject of math.

This lesson is open to boys and girls alike, accompanied by one adult. Our aim is to tap into each child (and parent’s) interest in the subject of math by breaking it down for easy digestion over tea and treats, with breaks included to explore Mrs. B’s magical tearoom because, as they say, a spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down.

Just click here to register!

http://www.zooktutoring.com/case-study-a-5th-grader-goes-from-believing-math-doesnt-like-me-to-singing-and-dancing-about-math-while-wearing-her-purple-tutu/”>Case Study: A 5th grader goes from believing “Math Doesn’t Like Me” to singing and dancing about math while wearing a purple tutu

Sending you love,
REBECCA

PS. Update: my hostess and collaborator for this event, Mrs. B, just launched her “manners in a minute” video series. And rumor has it that she might just be cooking up a couple about the new etiquette of the coronavirus!

In the meantime, here’s one of her “manners in a minute” that made me laugh out loud. While we’re socially distanced, here’s a fun way to prepare for future social interactions when we can resume normal human contact… Just click here to watch!