Does your child struggle with memorizing multiplication facts? Big Brainz has a fun alternative to flashcards. It’s an entertaining downloadable math game called Timez Attack. Continue reading
Pi Day activities are a wonderful diversion from your virtual school routine. Some virtual schools and teachers will have activities planned, but if you would like to do some of your own, here are some suggestions.
Making the Pie
What would Pi Day be without the pie, right? Making a pie (or two or more ) is a great activity for kids and teens alike. Cooking is a way for them to Continue reading
Learning addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts can sometimes be a little…ho hum… for kids. Bored kids = slower learning. Interested kids = faster learning.
Using some fun songs, mnemonic programs and math games can make math facts more enjoyable for your child. Here are some that we’ve tried over the years. Continue reading
Middle school and high school math concepts can sometimes be challenging for teens. Sometimes your teen will need help at a time when the teacher isn’t available. So what can you do to help your child? Continue reading