Discover alternative learning resources that will spark your child’s interest in math and lay out a path to success

Young students sometimes struggle or can become bored and feel unchallenged with math.

So, we share interactive tools that support and reinforce what your child is already doing in school, but further unlock imagination and curiosity, allowing for deeper connections with the material.

Take an active role in your child’s learning, be self-assured as you guide their exploration of math, and, ultimately, feel proud for their growth and accomplishments.

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Trisha Speed Shaskan

This book explains the meaning of the plus sign, as well as contexts in which it would be used. It shows how the plus sign can be used in different ways, either left to right or top to bottom, as well as uses word problems to show the use of the sign…

Stuart J. Murphy

Jack uses his blocks to build things, adding blocks to make new things as he goes. The pictures show what Jack sees in his imagination with his blocks—a hot dog stand, a rocket ship, etc…

Stuart J. Murphy

Perry the Penguin is trying to save enough clams to buy an ice scooter. The story follows him throughout the week as he earns some clams, spends some, and borrows some. A line graph shows…

Margery Cuyler

Jessica is worried because on the 95th day of school her teacher tells the class that he wants each of them to bring in a collection of 100 things to share with the rest of the class for the 100th day of school. Jessica cannot think of anything to bring…

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