Summer Learning Institute Two Year Research Findings Has been conducting a research project on how to reduce summer learning loss. They were specifically looking at how much time over the summer do students need to work on math to not have summer learning loss. MANGO Math was very lucky to have them chose our product […]

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MANGO Math can help improve students math abilities! MANGO Math curriculum was used by Marian University’s Summer Learning Institute in their mission to stop and reverse summer learning loss and to offer a unique vehicle for helping to build the STEM infrastructure in Indianapolis, IN.M Summer Learning Institute was continuing a 5-year longitudinal research study on Promising […]

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Getting students to do well in math can start with a smile. School is starting so let’s have an ATTITUDE CHECK! What do you say when someone says, do you like math? Do you say: Math is Awesome!! I love math!!! I am a math enthusiast!!! Even if you don’t think those things you […]

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Math Practice Makes Perfect Math Practice?? It is four in the morning and I am sitting in a hotel room in San Antonio thinking about math education and an article that I just read entitled, “Drill, Baby, Drill? Study finds worksheets, practice improves math skills more than fun stuff.” Well, I will say […]

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April calendar is available click this link for a PDF copy calendar April 2017 Enjoy our MANGO Math calendar. You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter for answers. Check us out on Pinterest as well.

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MANGO Math March 2017 Calendar Enjoy the fun of MANGO Math’s March calendar These problems provide students with great algebraic thinking skills. Students will start to understand concepts regarding balanced equations. A student can add or subtract the same number of shape or multiply or divide by the same number or shape on both […]

Problem solving strategies or what I like to call “creative thinking activities” are a necessary component of teaching students math. It helps students expand their perspective and intelligence. Research shows that everyone can learn math to high levels. It is experiences that grows the brain, reviewing and thinking more deeply causes brain synapses to react. Believing in yourself […]

MANGO Math History I’m Mary MANGO, as some of my friends like to call me, and it just occurred to the other day that I am just starting my 6th year of business with May 24, 2010 commemorating my first sale. How did I get here when statistically 90% of all startups fail? I would […]

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There is actually a math formula that can predict what will make you happy. This equation, according to the researchers, was able to successfully predict the factors leading to peoples’ happiness a significant percentage of the time. I have no idea what this equation means or how to even apply it but what this formula […]

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One of the main building blocks for children as they learn to understand math is grasping “number sense.” Number sense is how people conceptualize numbers and mathematics, including the relationships of numbers to one another, the ascending or descending value system inherent in their order, and understanding what makes the results of basic arithmetic reasonable. […]