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Any child is nearly guaranteed to learn multiplication table in a week using this program 1 to 2 hours a day. Parents can control the progress during the process. More...

Many parents with kids in elementary school feel confident in their kids arithmetic however you may only be sure of this, when calculations become second nature. Meaning the child is able to answer within 3 to 5 seconds of the question being asked. More...

Many parents with kids in elementary school feel confident in their kids arithmetic however you may only be sure of this, when calculations become second nature. Talking about two-digit numbers calculations this means that child is able to answer within 4 to 9 seconds of the question being asked. More...

Many parents with kids in elementary school feel confident in their kids arithmetic however you may only be sure of this, when calculations become second nature. Talking about column calculations this means that child knows how to add or subtract numbers regardless of amount of digits in them and is able to give answers spending no more than few seconds per column. More...

The game is intended to help children learn numbers. It is based on a common memory flashcards game. The difference that makes this game educative is numbers flash cards instead of images and spoken number when the player matches cards correct. There are two number ranges available: 1-10 and 11-20 that allows children to learn more complicated numbers when the basic ones are done. More...

We start to teach little children very basic math concepts using this game. They will learn the concept of simple geometric shapes and work on ability to determine their qualitative features. Children also will learn how to group shapes and items depending on some general property. It is a very important step before children can advance from qualitative observation to quantitative one. This game will allow your kid to distinguish various shapes confidently. The child will learn what is circle, ellipse, square, rectangle, rhombus, triangle and finally will confidently name these shapes regardless of their color. More...

This game is a development of our first one "Learning Numbers". While your child was learning numbers and associating them with words representing the digit value in the first part, this game will require your kid to understand numbers relative values between each other. The child have to put randomized numbers queue in ordered line. More...