DIY Math Video Tutorials
Convenient and Effective
With all the schedules you juggle, who has time to fit one more appointment in? Our DIY math tutorials will help your tween and teen get help when it’s convenient for your schedule.
Each video goes at the right pace and explains topics in a way that sticks. The Math for Middles library of videos is always growing. What can we help you with today?
Solutions that Work
Sometimes you just need more than a video to grasp a new math concept. When class lectures and videos are not helping your child find their quiet math confidence, it’s time to try a different approach.
Small Group Tutoring.
Inside of our small groups, students feel safe to be themselves, ask questions, and get results. We use a blend of our videos and real-time with a tutor online. No more floundering around looking for help. We love working with tweens and teens.
Highly Personalized Help
We don’t promise that math will be fun, but we do promise that math will be tolerable as your tween or teen start to see themselves as a capable math student. Math for Middles begins with an in-depth diagnostic assessment to guide each lesson.
Part tutoring, part therapy–we have the tools to make a difference with your child. Our tutors are trained in multisensory math techniques. Even though we meet remotely online, your child will be working with objects to make math stick once and for all.
Math for Middles is a life-saving, attitude-altering, customized tutoring program that fits your individual child.Lora Harrell
Curious if multisensory math is the right fit for your child? Let's chat.
About Math for Middles
MFM is a great choice for families fed up with traditional tutoring not meeting their child's needs.
It's time for a different approach.
Our coaches have training in multisensory math techniques and special training that allows us to work confidently with middle school math student's that have diagnosed and undiagnosed learning differences.
We have worked with students that struggle with executive functioning, ADD, dyslexia, poor working memory problems, and autism.