Posts Tagged ‘math’
Presentations, exams, reports … after a rigorous year of advanced classes, I’m ecstatic to say my child is finally out of school for the summer. Sixth grade was a real challenge — he has taken his first cumulative final exams in Math and English, and did well. Read the rest of this entry »
Khan Academy (khanacademy.org) brings a whole new dimension to free educational math tools. It’s a huge compilation of high-quality video tutorials by reputable instructors on subjects for kids in middle school, through high school, and even into college. If your child is in any of these grades, or even younger, this is definitely a site to become familiar with as soon as possible, because it can act as an interactive reference through many years of your child’s intellectual development. The site boasts more than 141,600,000 lessons and continues to grow.
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Are your kids excited about the Easter bunny, and looking forward to the upcoming egg hunts, candy and basket decorating? If so, you can turn their enthusiasm into a valuable learning experience with interactive math learning games featuring Sunny Bunny, an adorable cartoon rabbit who teaches youngsters about addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Read the rest of this entry »