If so, that’s okay.

There are two concrete things you can do today to start your child on the road to success.

Step 1:  Ensure Math Facts Are Fluent

Getting your child fluent in math facts is the single best thing you can do to help your child with math.

Strong math fact fluency is correlated with success at math in later elementary and high school.

Knowing your math facts frees up precious working memory to deal with new or challenging information. Your child needs that if they struggle with math.

So if your child can’t answer their math facts within 1-2 seconds, you need to make that your first goal.

We have apps that can help.

Our Math Facts Fluency Builders provide:

— Math facts introduced in learnable groups.

— Built-in timers to ensure fluency at all levels. Earlier levels allow more time. Final levels require FAST answering!

— Students progress only when mastery of the current skill is demonstrated.

— ‘At a glance’ reporting shows you instantly how your learner is progressing.

— The fun Reward Center motivates even hesitant learners.

Click here to get both apps in a discounted bundle.

Step 2: Teach How To Do Math Word Problems

Math word problems are the bane of children everywhere. But they don’t need to be.

Teach your child a simple strategy for dealing with math word problems. Help them figure out what they know, what they need to find out, and how to figure that out.

If your child is confident with math word problems, they’ll be way ahead of most kids in the class.​

We have an app that can help here, too.

Unique on the app store, this app helps kids understand HOW to do math word problems step-by-step.

We start with the absolute basics, and by the end your child will know how to interpret and complete one-step math word problems using addition and subtraction.

Each level in Math Word Problems targets a specific step in working through a math word problem. Once proficient, these skills are combined as your child works through complete problems.

Take these two steps today and with only 10 minutes per day, you’ll see a difference in your child.

It’s that easy 🙂 So get started!​