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8 Websites to Help your Children Learn & Practice Maths
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8 Websites to Help your Children Learn & Practice Maths

February 3, 2021

If there is one subject that children find themselves struggling with the most, it’s maths! The reason students struggle with maths is because they don’t have a proper foundation needed to learn mathematics successfully. If children don’t understand the appropriate way to solve mathematical problems initially, they often find themselves falling behind when more intricate problems are introduced. 

We have collected a list of websites that can be of great help to your children when it comes to mathematics. Check them out! 

  1. Math Blaster  

Aliens? Outer space? This website is jam-packed with incredible fun! Math Blaster will allow your child to become an intergalactic hero and indulge in their critical thinking skills. This website’s goal is “success depends on your ability to use your brain and logic skills.” 

  1. TES 

We all know that practice makes perfect. This is where TES comes in. Your child will have access to a wide variety of resources like worksheets that educators have submitted. On top of that, numerous blog posts have helpful tips and tricks! 

  1. Fun Brain

This website segregates math games by topic or by grade level. You children can enjoy playing a ton of games that reinforce core math concepts in a fun and engaging way. The games here have fun little themes likes sports or animals. Your kid is going to enjoy learning maths for once! 

  1. Math TV

Math TV is precisely what you think it is. A variety of videos that explore a range of mathematical problems in an easy to understand step-by-step format. Math TV originally started as a textbook type of format and has now become a brilliant go-to website for many students! 

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  1. Math Playground

“Give your brain a workout!” is the core theme of Math Playground. Here is where students can play games that revolve around logic, number skills practice, algebra, geometry, and so much more! You can also find instructional videos that can help students solve simple and complex math problems. 

  1. SuperKids

Create custom worksheets for your children in the easiest and user-friendly way! You can list down the skills, the lowest and highest number you want, and the number of questions and bam! You have created a custom math worksheet for your child to practice with. 

  1. Cool Math Games 

The title of the website should provide you with all you need to know! Cool Math Games is equipped with fun and unique math games, including an online jigsaw puzzle section with various photos. This will keep your child entertained and educated at the same time! 

  1. Prodigy 

This website is designed engagingly and educationally and beloved by over 50 million students and teachers alike! Their math is curriculum-based, and you can even customise in-game content and lesson plans. They don’t just use numbers but words and images as well! 

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