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Mastering mathematics is absolutely essential for future opportunities
in school and careers. Your children will need to reach a certain level
of competency in math to take many advanced high-school courses, to be
admitted to college, and to have a wide variety of career choices.

Are your kids in primary school (second grade or in third grade)? Here's how you can help them maximize their math skills.

On this website you can improve your basic math skills: addition, subtraction, division and multiplication.

Make sure your children understand mathematical concepts.
Otherwise, math becomes a meaningless mental exercise of just memorizing
rules and doing rote drills. Have your children manipulate objects to
figure out basic concepts.

Help them master the basic facts.
Mastery of a basic fact means that children can give an answer in less
than three seconds. Use flash cards to help
your children learn the basic facts. When they don't know an answer, have
them lay out objects to solve the problem.

Considerable practice is necessary for your children to hone their math
skills. If the teacher only assigns the even problems, having them do
some of the odd ones will strengthen their skills. The more time your
children spend practicing their math skills, the sooner they will develop confidence
in their abilities.

This math skills website is easy to use. Answer the question and push the ENTER-Key for the next exercice.

Our math website works with

**Internet Explorer** and

**Mozilla Firefox**.
You can find this website on www.math.toplink.be. You can add this link to your website.

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