About This Site

These pages illustrate and provide interactive arithmetic exercises and problems.  They contain a series of basic math lessons which are a resource that can be used by math students in formal elementary education math classes, home schooling or elsewhere.

Interactive lessons are much more conducive to learning math skills than traditional textbooks and work sheets for the following reasons:

  • The ability to animate illustrations of concepts.
  • Interactive exercises provide immediate feedback with the correct answer if a mistake is made.  This eliminates repetitive practice of incorrect methods which is typical of traditional homework assignments.
  • The ability to have interactive games that reinforce the concept.
  • The ability to link to other internet resources.

Please see the Frequently Asked Questions page for answers to some common questions about this site.

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