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Counting 1 - 100 |
Using Place Value |
Number Line |
Comparing Numbers |
Ordering Numbers |
Rounding Off |
Understanding Addition |
Using a Number Line |
Drawing Models |
Using Number Bonds |
Writing Addition Statement |
Fun Practice |
Understanding Subtraction |
Number Bonds and Subtraction |
Math Models and Subtraction |
Subtraction Statement |
Number Line and Subtraction |
Subtract Bigger Numbers |
Understanding Division |
Long Division |
What are Fractions |
Types of Fractions |
Fraction Practice |
Add Fractions |
Subtract Fractions |
Mixed Fractions |
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Eric is doing his Math homework. He added 2 four-digit numbers and and got the answer 7467. He then subtracted the smaller number from the larger and got the answer 1351. What are the 2 numbers?
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Charlie and James are picking up pebbles. Charlie picked up two-thirds as many pebbles as James. After James threw away 16 pebbles, he has 3 fewer pebbles than Charlie. How many pebbles did Charlie pick up?
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Marla finished reading her book in 3 days. On the first day, she read 40% of the total number of pages. The ratio of the number of pages read on the 2nd day to the 3rd day is 3:5.
If she read 18 more pages on the 3rd day than on the 2nd, how many pages does the book have altogether?
This is the place to learn Basic Math concepts for parents, teachers, grandparents, students and even adult learners.
There are also lots and lots of free, fun Math resources and games for you to use to teach Math to young children.
If you are looking beyond textbooks, assessment books and worksheets, then this is the place for you! This site is for anyone who wants a clearer understanding of elementary school Math.
Explanations of complex Math concepts are broken down for easy learning.
Each elementary Math concept is explained in various ways so your child can understand it in the way that suits him or her.
Children have too much written work at school, so I have included lots of learning games for your child to practice what he or she has learnt.
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Playing games is a good way for families and friends to bond while learning. |
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The best way for children to learn is through brief, regular practice with lots of repetition. That's the best way to learn anything without stress. Make learning a family affair.
Our goal is make basic Math easy to understand and fun to learn for both you and your child.
Celebrate the amount of effort your child puts in and the results will follow. Success in Math will only come about when your child has the confidence to try, enjoys tackling problems and has a sense of purpose when striving to master Math concepts. |
Grandparents, babysitters, friends, aunts, uncles can also enjoy these games together with your child. Adults may also find the games a little challenging. It's not as easy as it looks!
Memory Game |
Find the Sum |
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You can also use the flashcards and games found here to organize Math clubs with the kids in your neighborhood.
The best way to teach your child is to go through the topics systematically as they appear in the navigation on the left. Each topic builds the foundation needed for harder concepts.
Even if your child is already good in Math, it is advisable to go through all the topics to plug any gaps he or she might have or strengthen his or her understanding.
Children thrive on lots of encouragement. Always ask your child to explain how he or she arrived at the answer.
This shows your child that you are paying attention to him/her and that his/her effort is worthwhile.
Explaining also helps children improve their thinking skills and clarify their thinking.
Click on the picture for some Fun Math questions
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You can click on the topics in the navigation panel on the left of the page (at the bottom if you're using your mobile or tablet) or you can read the descriptions of some of the topics below.
You can also use the search box to look for a particular topic.
Numbers are at the heart of elementary Math just like the alphabet is at the heart of the English language. In order to really understand numbers, they must have meaning.
Children
learn Math better if they can understand what it all means. In this topic we start
with the very basic concept of counting. One of the best ways to help your child learn to count is through games.
Click here to learn more about Number Sense.
Print out these free cards, shown below, to play with your child.
In elementary Math, Addition is usually the first mathematical operation your child learns after learning to count.
A mathematical operation is something you can do with numbers; it allows you to manipulate numbers.
Addition allows you to combine numbers to make bigger numbers. The result is called the sum or total.
Subtraction is closely related to Addition. They are like 2 sides of the same coin. This idea is clearly shown in the concept of Number Bonds.
Once your child understands how Addition and Subtraction are linked, it will be easier for her to understand more complex Basic Math concepts later on.
Click here to go to Subtraction
This is a list of Math Terms that your child needs to understand in order to handle problem sums.
Some of the terms in the list: addend, factor, multiple, numerator and many more.
Click here to go to Math Terms.
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