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What's a good e-learning program for math?

"I have been doing a great job helping my daughter with reading, but I struggle with math and making that fun. I am looking for some e-learning for math since she thinks the computer is just for games, it would hide the teaching aspects. If you don't offer any online math program, do you know who does...that is a good program?"

Asked by Stacy via email.
In Topics: Helping my child with math, Technology and my child
> 60 days ago

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marsalih
Dec 8, 2011
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My middle school daughter has had a great experience using the Kahn Academy. The short videos create an easy and non threatening format. Then there are plenty of practice problems to provide confidence and mastery.  http://www.khanacademy.org/

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dgraab
dgraab , Parent writes:
Hi Stacy, Congrats on the success you've had with helping your daughter with her reading! Here are some resources that may help with the math learning...

NutshellMath from Discovery Education:
http://www.education.com/e-learning/math-homework/

From Education.com...

Math Activities and Games:
http://www.education.com/activity/all-grades/math/

Math Worksheets:
http://www.education.com/worksheets/all-grades/math/

Math info center:
http://www.education.com/topic/academic-subjects-math/

Math Homework Help info center:
http://www.education.com/topic/math-homework-help/

Good luck -- hope these resources are useful to you (and that your daughter enjoys the learning as well).
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WorriedParent
WorriedParent writes:
My children love Carol Vorderman's site ...
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HeatherPeterson124
HeatherPete... writes:
It's good that even moms are now recognizing the advantage of e-learning for their kids' education.

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navneetsaxena
navneetsaxena writes:
You can try ixl.com
> 60 days ago

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Lin10ticks
Lin10ticks writes:
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I use 10ticks online mathematics for my tutoring classes. It includes video tutorials, worksheets, assessments as well as games. The program makes it fun for the kids because its very interactive and the games are all mathematically inclined. I think you should check it out. on www.10ticks.co.za
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anitha2chill
anitha2chill writes:
Here is a truly helpful adaptive learning platform to practice math worksheets online @ http://begalileo.com
49 days ago

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Lisa18967
Lisa18967 writes:
This guide to functional assessment procedures includes a variety of strategies for assessing problem behavior situations, and presents a systematic approach for designing behavioral support programs based on those assessments. Professionals and other readers learn to conduct functional assessments and develop their own intervention programs.

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Lisa18967
Lisa18967 writes:
The Multiplication Master was perfect for my 8-year-old who has trouble with his times tables! He is really fast with 1′s, 2′s, 5′s, and 10′s but has no interest in learning the other eight numbers he needs to by the end of the school year! He does love electronics and a little extra motivation, so when I gave him the Multiplication Master, we made a deal. Every time he learns one of the sets of numbers he doesn't already know, I will take him for an ice-cream cone! He is knocking them out one at a time and I'm sure he will be finished by the end of the year! I really like how portable this device is. He can bring it anywhere! In the car, at the store, and in his bed! It is also super easy to use, and lets you have more than one chance to get the answer right. There are 2 different levels, you can choose which number to work on, and you can play a timed game and answer as many questions as you can in 60 seconds! The sound effects are helpful and let you know if you got the answer right. The Multiplication Master is a great way to learn times tables and I would recommend it to anyone in 2nd grade and up!
This is the perfect toy for any person working on their times table skills. There are 2 levels to the Multiplication Master:
Level 1 allows beginners and younger players to practice the multiplication facts of any numbers 0 to 12. I love that this level allows the user to choose what number they would like to focus on. After mastering the times tables for 0 to 12 in level 1 its time to move on to level 2!
Level 2 features random facts within the 0 to 21 times tables. This level is recommended for players really looking for a challenge.
If you get the answer correct you will here a "positive" sound. If your answer is incorrect the game will make a "negative" sound and display an X. You get two chances to solve each multiplication fact.
At the end of 60 seconds the unit will display your score. The top number is how many problems you solved correctly and the bottom number is the total number of problems encountered.

The Multiplication Master is fantastic NO MORE paper flash cards floating around the house for my little ones to get into! This is great my husband and I have both started using it to brush up on our multiplication facts.
I would recommend this to anyone who has a child learning their multiplication tables or just wants to brush up on them for themselves.
49 days ago

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