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Math Cats

Estudia habilidades matemáticas básicas Práctica Interactiva Juegos desafiantes
Sorted by Grade Level
Study Basic Math Skills  
Unlimited Interactive Practice  
Explanations and Examples  
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Hundreds of Pages  
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Sorted by Subject now has Hear and Spell for all grades.

AAA Math features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth grade level) enables learning or review to occur at each individual's current level.

Immediate feedback prevents practicing and learning incorrect methods, which is a common result of traditional homework and worksheets. Practice can continue as long as desired in a non-threatening format which helps build self-esteem and confidence.

The lessons from the website as well as additional lessons are on the CD which is available in English or Spanish language versions. The CD runs on Windows and Macintosh computers. You do not need to be connected to the internet to use it which is desired by many parents of young students. There are no advertisements on the CD.

AAA Math Lessons AAA Matematicas

Please feel free to try the lesson pages by clicking on one of the grades at the top or a topic area on the left side of the page. Remember to add the site to your Favorite Places and please tell others about the site.

Note: Due to heavy traffic a page may not load properly. The same content is available at:,, and Please consider purchasing the CD for even more reliable access to the lessons . = What can you do to improve the world?

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Study Smart: Math Survival List

Learn It!

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  • Learning math is exactly like learning a sport. Regular practice.

  • Math has nothing to do with smarts and everything to do with practice.

  • Do the homework, even if you don't have to turn it in.

  • Read your math book very carefully. Don't try speed reading or skimming.

  • Stop at a new concept. Write it down. Puzzle it out.

  • Don't be surprised if you don't get a new concept after two or three readings. Hey, it's new!

  • Schedule time to look over your class notes every day

  • Make notes on any new concepts and formulas you just learned.

  • Write down any concepts your teacher put on the board. You'll need to know these for the test!

  • If your teacher gives you problems to solve, look back over your notes.

  • Ask yourself: which concepts, rules or formulas were covered in class? Will any of them help solve this problem?

  • Make up your own practice tests from your notes.

  • If you get lost, don't wait. Immediately ask your teacher for help!