Lantern Enrichment Group offers a wide range of elementary math services to students, parents, and school systems throughout southern New England. 

Enrichment Services

 Our enrichment programs are offered for grade K-6 students in small group settings. These programs are designed to both challenge and motivate students. Enrichment services can be chosen from an available menu or custom designed to the specific needs of the school.

Our "Math Muscles" program is a lively math club focused upon fun, interactive math games and activities. Students will develop their math muscles as they learn a variety of mathematically oriented games that encourage higher-level thinking. They will also advance their critical thinking and logical reasoning skills in an engaging and collaborative environment, as they simultaneously hone their computational skills.   

Private Tutoring

 Lantern Enrichment Group offers personalized, one-on-one private tutoring services in K-8 mathematics.  Tutoring programs are customized to suit each student's academic needs and specific learning style.  Progress is carefully monitored through ongoing assessment and shared with parents on a consistent basis. 

We also offer the option of working with the children’s classroom teachers and/or learning specialists in order to maximize success.  Whether students need reinforcement of basic skills or an accelerated learning program, Lantern Enrichment Group is equipped to help students realize their peak educational potential.​ 

About Us

 ​Lantern Enrichment Group was founded in 2013 by Holly Babij to provide private tutoring services, enrichment services, and parent workshops throughout southern New England. 

Holly has an extensive background in elementary education, ranging from Pre-K through 6th grade.  She received her B.A. from Emory University in 2002 and her Masters in Childhood Education from New York University in 2005.  From 2005 through 2013, she worked at P.S. 51 in New York City as a math coach, math intervention specialist and mentor for new teachers.   

In addition to working closely with both students and teachers, Holly has devoted a great deal of time to developing and facilitating parent workshops in math.  These workshops are instrumental in connecting the ways parents learned K-6 math during their own schooling with the way math is now taught under the Common Core Learning Standards.   

Holly is a Rhode Island native and currently resides in Wakefield, RI with her husband and two young boys.