**The only way to learn mathematics is by doing mathematics! **Homework assignments are a fundamental part of a mathematics course. Homework is also seen as a welcome challenge and an opportunity for further learning. Homework given prior to a lesson can aid in understanding later during class. Homework also provides opportunities for reinforcement of the material learned in class.

Homework has the potential to be an extremely valuable part of students’ learning experience. We always create highly effective homework assignments and provide students and parents with the powerful tools necessary for the process to be as successful as possible. In addition, we also keep homework as fun and as stimulating as possible for the students. The weekly homework problem sets consist of three types of problems:

(1) **A fast/mental calculation problem set**: this will help students establish excellent basic calculation skills and fast problem-solving ability making all areas of math easier and quicker.

(2) **A comprehensive problem set**: this set consists of 25 questions at the AMC 8/MathCounts level taken from the licensed AMC Database. The set covers the following areas: Counting, Number Theory, Logic Reasoning, Probability, Statistics, Algebra, and Geometry.

(3) **An especially designed problem set**: this focuses on the topic presented in an immediately previous lesson, and provides students with the needed review and reinforcement about material learned in class.

Click **HERE** to see a typical homework sample we developed.

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