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Zaniac Learning is opening in Woburn, and they’ve got an event you can’t miss!
At Zaniac, K-8 kids discover math and technology — and just how much fun learning can be. Forget drills and repetition. Zaniac’s enrichment programs engage kids in creative, conceptual problem solving that builds confidence and helps them succeed in school. These classes combine STEM learning and fun! Zaniac offers a full variety of classes with everything from Minecraft to Design to Lego Robotics.
Want your children to try the activities? You’re in luck! Kids have the opportunity to experience these classes firsthand this month, not to mention the scavenger hunt and goodie bags available to every child!
“When it comes to learning STEM concepts, there is no upper limit to what a child should learn at their specific grade,” says Paul Zane Pilzer, Founder and Chairman of Zaniac. “Students often have painful experiences learning in a classroom because they have either learned the concept before or because they master the new concept faster than their peers. Zaniac allows students to progress at their own pace and better prepare for the future, which is exactly what we are starting to see more of around the world.”
Who is it for?
Zaniac is for students as young as kindergarteners all the way up to those completing 8th grade.
Join Zaniac on Tuesday, October 20, for an open house to celebrate the GRAND OPENING of the first Zaniac in Massachusetts! All of Zaniac’s instructors will be onsite working with children who would like to sample the programs. There will also be a scavenger hunt set up for the children. Each child who samples all of the programs will receive a goodie bag!
When: October 20 from 5-8 p.m.
Where: 358 Cambridge Road, Woburn, MA 01801
More about Zaniac
Zaniac features STEM programs for students in grades K-8. The courses are hands on and take place in a mixed learning environment after school, over holiday breaks, and throughout the summer. Both partners in Zaniac are Ivy League educated with backgrounds in psychology and education. They are also mothers of young children.
Zaniac also offers homework help and birthday parties. Classes run on a six-week schedule and are 90 minutes long. There is a five-to-one student-to-teacher ratio, so students get lots of personal attention. Zaniac makes learning fun and inspiring for students.