2017-2018-School-Year
MathPlus School has opened registration for the 2017-2018 school year! It’s never too early to start planning for next year.
2017 Best Math Tutors in Boston Award
MathPlus School is proud to have been awarded the 2017 Best Math Tutors in Boston Award by Expertise.
We had a great January launch of the NEW Advanced English Class!
In our Advanced English class, we are going to work with students to further develop skills in reading, writing, and critical thinking. Read more…
We have been busy at MathPlus school, working hard with our students and finding innovative, fun and educational classes to add to our offerings. Read more…
Students were very excited by the visit of two lizards: Kimba, a 3-year-old leopard gecko, and Orangeade, a 4-month-old bearded dragon. Read more…
Did you know that MathPlus School offers Chess classes? Classes are offered for children K-7 grade, in a one on one session or in a group of 2 or 3 students. Learning this great game helps your child expand strategic thinking and logic! Contact us at (617) 308-2603 to have your child try a class […]
You will need Ingredients: borax, cornstarch, white glue & water. Balls have been toys practically forever, but the bouncing ball is a more recent innovation. Bouncing balls were originally made of natural rubber, though now bouncing balls can be made of plastics and other polymers or even treated leather. Make a Bouncing Polymer Ball You […]

Dear Parents, please look at Holiday -2016

MathPlus School would glad to present you a new subject Design Squad. Make original and ancient inventions from scratch, and take them home. Like PBS TV Kids Show, this course is your chance to build and re-engineer everyday things and recycled stuff into cool science toys and games. You’ll build and take apart simple machines […]
Math Plus School address has changed
You can find us at the new address. Our new location is 634 Commonwealth ave, suite 209, Newton MA 02459
Build a fizz inflator
The baking soda and the vinegar create an ACID-BASE reaction and the two chemicals work together to create a gas, (carbon dioxide).
Static Electricity
When you brushed that comb through your hair, tiny parts of the atoms in your hair, called ELECTRONS, collected on the comb.