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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Margarette S. Reid

In this non-fiction picture book, a young girl describes her and her grandmother’s interest in beads. Through the multitude of facts and vivid pictures, the reader learns the history of beads and how they are used in different cultures…

Stuart J. Murphy

Dave owns a rock shop, and every time kids Amy and Josh visit, Dave’s shop window has rocks sorted in a different way, whether by size, color, or something else. The book follows Amy and Josh’s own collection and exploration of rock characteristics as they sort their own rocks in different ways…

Emily Jenkins

The five creatures in this story are a young girl, her mother and father, and their two cats. Through the book, the girl sorts the five of them in many different ways, from hair color to height, to which ones like fish or do not like to take baths to who can read…

Stuart J. Murphy

This rhyming book compares the sizes of different bugs as you make your way through the book. The pages that sum up what is going on are the most helpful in this book, showing the three bugs currently being compared…

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