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Keep your child learning when school is on break with 10monkeys Math World. My son has a 30 minute learning time on his chore chart he has to do daily over the summer and breaks throughout the year. He earns merit for remembering to do his learning time and reading time without being told. I have certain sites I approved on our desktop that he can go to and play on for learning credit. His newest site he loves is 10monkeys Math World. I use the computer for his learning time because it is important we support the technology of their time. This one site has over 200 activity types and thousands of activities and problems and can be played on desktop or iPad and Android devices.
10monkey Math World has math games by subject and number count. Beginners can practice with numbers 1-10 and the older child can practice with numbers 0-1000. Within the levels you will find games categorized by addition, subtraction, money, text (story problems) and more.
My son is heading into first grade and he focuses on numbers 0-20 or 0-100 at times. I made him start in 0-10, but wanted him more challenged. He loves aiming for perfect scores and staying on task for certain amounts of times so he can collect his badges. Right away he got a ‘friend’ badge for joining and he got a perfect 30/30 on his first lesson which earned him a second badge. There are many different ways to collect monkey badges. We all know that children work best on reward systems!
They submit their answers on a 10-key style format which really helps them get used to the calculator method they will use in the upper levels. It also mimics most keyboards and gets them in the habit of memorizing their 10-key. The questions are large and illustrated with fun colors and pictures. They will not be distracted by adds or moving banners so they stay focused on their work.
Does your child need a confidence boost in their math skills? 10monkeys Math World will help. It was developed with the help of teachers and professionals and at under $6 a year, it is much cheaper then tutor programs that mimic their classroom a bit too much. I have had kids that struggle and to send them to a tutor gives them that same classroom/teacher feel and it almost is a negative vibe for them. To have a reward system at home and time on a site like this, it allows them to progress, earn awards and records their progress in reports for you as parents.
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