The Monkey Zone partners with Microsoft to Host Free In-store Elementary Tutoring

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The Monkey Zone opens up its suite of online learning products to K-5 students, parents, and teachers at the Microsoft retail store in the Park Meadows Mall in Lone Tree, Colorado.

Educators and parents are facing competitive school environments, declining school budgets, and increasing class sizes. The Monkey Zone simplifies and advances how teachers and parents approach skill building for elementary students. In an effort to reach out to the community, The Monkey Zone announced today free in-store elementary math tutoring for K-5 students at the Microsoft retail store in the Park Meadows Mall. Free classes are available every Tuesday from 4:00pm-6:00pm through December 18, 2012.

Students can practice math skills and receive help from Monkey Zone team members in a fun, computer-assisted learning environment. For more information and to RSVP for these events, please visit

With the free Monkey Zone Tutoring:

  • Students get valuable online, interactive learning and tutoring to help them excel in math.
  • Parents gain a better understanding where their child excels in math and where they need additional help.
  • Teachers learn how to open an online environment for supplementing homework to students that enables differentiated learning for each student.

Microsoft retail store - Park Meadows Mall
8505 Park Meadows Center Dr
Lone Tree, CO 80124
Phone: (303) 824-6772

Store hours
Mon - Sat: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Sun: 11:00am - 6:00pm


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About The Monkey Zone
The Monkey Zone is a group of educators, field experts, and parents dedicated to building the premier K-5 e-learning platform. Our goal is to simplify and advance how teachers and parents build confidence, improve grades, and create higher test scores for elementary students. With our online learning products, students can build fundamental skills in both blended classroom and at-home environments.

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