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The MATHgic Prince

The MATHgic Prince

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Math enrichment made for your boy, delivered right to your door.

JUST FOR YOUR BOY

Math enrichment made for your boy, delivered right to your door.

JUST FOR YOUR BOY

The MATHgic Prince math subscription box is on its way!

The MATHgic Prince math subscription box is on its way!

Each box features practical, hands-on grade-level math activities that make concepts fun and easy to learn. Create everyday family moments around MATH that go beyond the classroom to sharpen critical thinking, comprehension, and problem-solving skills.

THE 1-2-3'S OF WHY YOU'LL OBSESS
OVER THE MATHGIC PRINCE BOX

THE 1-2-3'S OF WHY YOU'LL OBSESS OVER THE MATHGIC PRINCE BOX

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EXCITING, REAL-WORLD MATH FUN;
LESS SCREEN TIME

Each box features practical, hands-on grade-level math activities that make concepts fun and easy to learn. Create everyday family moments around MATH that go beyond the classroom to sharpen critical thinking, comprehension, and problem-solving skills.
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CULTURALLY-CURATED LESSONS WITH A TRENDSETTING TWIST

We center Black male MATHematicians and Black History in front of our boys to expand their access and proximity to unlimited possibilities.
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NURTURES THE NEXT-GEN
STEM SUCCESS STORIES

Highlight Science, Technology, Engineering, and MATH as lucrative, wide-open industries where our boys belong and succeed.
SO WHAT'S INSIDE?

Enrichment, Representation, and Real-World Math!

Each Box Contains:

PRAISE FOR THE MATHGIC PRINCE!

PRAISE FOR
THE MATHGIC PRINCE!

He needs this box. We struggle with a growth mindset so sometimes he’ll automatically think, “this is too hard for me,” without even interacting with it. Being able to see that he can do things like this, and interacting with math outside of school would definitely help.

Sabrina P.
Preschool Teacher, parent of a 3rd grader

The box presentation was fantastic. The overall quality of the box was just great, hands down. The theme of the box was incredible. It kept our attention. It wasn’t boring. Not only do we use the deck of cards for games, but it had the history thing going on so before bed, we would go through the cards and read them. We loved it.

Alonna A
Fraud Specialist, parent of a 6th grader

I wish there was 100, because I rate this box 100 out of 100! I really like the colors, the design, and patterns on it.

Rico
Age 10, 6th grade

I thought the Math Activity Booklet was laid out well and I liked how the sequencing built from easier to harder stuff. I like the message about positive struggle. Until now, my son has just flown through all of the math in school and hasn’t really come across math that’s challenging. So I think this was really his first experience struggling through math problems and that was good. It’s a good experience to have.

Kel O.
Parent of a 2nd grader

Just sign us up, please! Do you need our credit card information today? Seriously, being a math teacher and a mom, I have a kid in my house that hates math and this will help bridge the gap and help me to work on his math deficits. It will help with the basics like multiplication. A lot of parents don’t know their kids can’t multiply. But if you do something like this, it engages them even if it’s just 15 to 20 minutes a day.

Katrice D.
6th Grade Math Teacher, parent of a 6th grader

We were pretty excited about the box. We like the numbers, the operations, the pictures, and the little boy looks like him. Representation matters! It gave him another way to make math fun. We loved the mathematician interview. It was really cool for my son to be able to relate to that story.

Juleah R.
Kindergarten Teacher, parent of a 2nd grader

I give the box 100 out of 100! When I said the math affirmation out loud, “I am a math person,” it made me feel excited and good.

Mason
Age 7, 2nd grade

I liked the What’s Inside Guide because then I knew what to expect. I’d say the number of problems was just right. They had enough challenge that it would take a couple of minutes to do them but they were also fun thinking about how to do it.

Drew
Age 10, 5th Grade

I appreciate that it reinforced the component of empowering African Americans with positive role models. As a white person, I think it was great to expose my own kids to this because we’re always trying to make sure they are aware of the contributions of non-white people.

Kristy T.
Middle School Math Teacher, parent of a 5th grader

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