Everyone Can Be A 'Math Person'!

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This award-winning teacher talks about Page A Day Math and how this easy-to-use program helps her students develop their math skills and handwriting, without increasing her workload!

Math Starter (Ages 3-5)

Get Ahead. Stay Ahead! 6 Months of Fun Math Practice In A Box.

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Dr. Navin K talks about Page A Day Math and how the program has helped his son learn multiplication facts in the 1st grade. He likes how the program introduces new material each day and combines the right amount of repetition needed to cement basic math skills.

Addition - Ages 5-7

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Jodie R, a veteran homeschool parent, talks about Page A Day Math and how the program has helped her daughter with both math and handwriting skills.

Multiplication Facts, Math facts, Math fluency

Multiplication - Ages 6-8

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Betsy is thrilled that her daughter loves using Page A Day Math to learn math facts, having fun, developing great study habits, and improving her handwriting!

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Repetition? Repetition. Repetition!

Repetition? Repetition. Repetition!

Why Repetition in Learning Is Crucial The importance of repetition in learning started when I was helping my own children with math at a very young age. Since that time I have learned a tremendous amount about the science behind...

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Does Handwriting Matter Anymore?

Does Handwriting Matter Anymore?

The Importance of Tracing and Handwriting - Even for Older Students In this age of technology, when even young children often do school work on a computer, it can be easy to dismiss handwriting as a trivial skill. But the evidence...

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Why Starting Math Early Is A Good Idea

Why Starting Math Early Is A Good Idea

One of my most eye-opening experiences came when I began teaching pre-algebra at one of the nation's top charter schools. When I started the job, I was quickly brought to reality by the fact that many of the children did not have a good grasp of the basic math facts needed for the higher-level pre-algebra work.

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