Does your child have 10-15 minutes a day?

That is all you need to help secure your child’s future math success! According to Tom Loveless, “Youngsters who have not mastered whole number arithmetic by the end of 4th grade are at risk of later becoming remedial students in mathematics.”

It is important to note that children need to have an effective strategy for finding facts they do not know. Pure memorization without understanding can lead to difficulties down the road.

If your child has effective strategies for finding math facts, but would like to increase their recall speed, there are some great websites out there to help you out! A good program will assess the child, teach the child a strategy to help them understand an unknown fact, practice the fact, and provide repetition on known facts.

I have listed a few below that you may want to check out.



First in Math 24 Game

Multiplication and Division Facts (free)

XtraMath (free)

Math Facts Pro Lite (free)

Contact me today at 843.732.0612 or to set up a tutoring session that focuses on generating strategies for unknown facts!

Do you know of great software or online resources that I have missed?  Let me know in the comments section! I would love to hear from you!

Angela Culley

Owner & Tutor at Math Ninja, LLC
As the founder of Math Ninja, Angela provides online and in person math tutoring for all ages including those studying for the GRE, GMAT, SAT, ACT, PPST, and other math specific subject assessments. Prior to launching her business, Angela coached K-12 educators on effective teaching strategies, curriculum writing, and assessment development.As a classroom teacher, she taught math to students ranging from grade 5 - 12. She has also taught both undergraduate and graduate math courses as an adjunct professor at the University of Virginia and Mountain State University.
Angela Culley
How to Learn Math Facts, The Easy Way
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One thought on “How to Learn Math Facts, The Easy Way

  • October 5, 2013 at 12:34 am

    Great post! I couldn’t agree more. Students that don’t have those math facts mastered are in a world of hurt when they get to middle and high school math. It just plain holds them back from mastering some higher level thinking.

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