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Educational apps
"Mom....I am going to take my bath and then when I come back, I am playing that multiplication game all night." Yes...this came from my child that I just posted about LAST WEEK crying over math. My husband downloaded her an Ipad app for 99 cents called Math Bingo. You pick the type (addsubmultiplydivide) and the level (easy, med, hard). They play and win "bugs". At the end, they can play with their bugs by touching them. I am pretty sure they have it for the Iphone, Ipod Touch, too. It was rated the top educational game 3 weeks in a row (but I don't know when that was!)
I told my husband that there was no way he was taking that thing to work now. I need it at home more! Sorrywe are having a "savory this moment" night at our house as she is back on the couch, hair in a towel, playing multiplication games!
I told my husband that there was no way he was taking that thing to work now. I need it at home more! Sorrywe are having a "savory this moment" night at our house as she is back on the couch, hair in a towel, playing multiplication games!
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Re: Educational apps
Computer games can be so awesome at helping teach skills. We've used the Leapster, WebKinz and various computer games to do that, too. It's great when they're having so much fun learning! Great story!
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Re: Educational apps
Yeah, we use a basic math facts drill on the iTouch  all the kids think it is cool to get to play with mom's iTouch. We also use quarter mile math, too.
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Re: Educational apps
Yes, there are a lot of Webkinz games related to math/problem solving. My dc's favorite is probably the Pizza making game. (If I remember correctly it deals with fractions)annaz wrote:I knew what Webkinz were, but I never did the online thing...just curious if they had a specific Webkinz math thing or if it was just a basic game.
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Singapore vs MathUSee
I agree. Reminders about the importance of daily drills with number bonds are added in the MFW lesson plans for Singapore 1A and 1B. then, we have little reminders even in ECC manuals and such.mamacastle2 wrote:This is an important part of any math program, at least in my opinion. I've used 4 different programs with one child, and we had to add math drill to each of them. Singapore has worked wonders with us, but we add in some drill component every day. (I remember in the ECC TM manual it even reminded me to do it.) My dc's math facts are solid and quick, and what's nice about Singapore is that they use them to solve an everyday problem right away, so their learning is reinforced immediately.RachelT wrote:We do add in math drill games with the computer, flash cards, or other games that we have
Just wanted to point out the wisdom of doing math drills no matter which program you use.
I've heard that in the country of Singapore, they start all math lessons with out loud classroom drills, so that is part of the reason it isn't in the textbook as such.
Anyway, for those looking for ideas for math drills:
Here's a multi page thread in the Math archives
http://board.mfwbooks.com/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=1141
and another one
http://board.mfwbooks.com/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=8429
One idea on flashcards and Singapore users:
triangular flash cards help with "number bonds"
here is one example
http://donnayoung.org/math/tricards.htm
uh.. I got mine at a local teacher supply chain store (knowledge tree) and I think Rainbow Resource might carry them?HeyChelle wrote:Crystal, those triangle cards are great. Is there a place where you can buy them already printed on card stock and/or laminated?
I think I saw them once online while browsing one of the office supply chains (office ..... max/depot whatever) staples?
someone else? my brain doesn't remember now? but they are cool!
the other thing I noted in 1a/1b, make sure you drill how to make 10, and 10 plus what makes teens. This will help a lot with 1a p. 66 with the beginnings of subtraction with regrouping. somewhere around here I have more helps for that page/lesson/concept specifically..... I think this is it. I haven't proof read it in a few years (originally written in 2006! gads!
http://board.mfwbooks.com/viewtopic.php ... 325#p12655
let's try this one from 2009 when I stopped adding up from the bottom
http://board.mfwbooks.com/viewtopic.php ... 325#p55392
and I'm laughing at the last post on that thread with the children of RBS... heee heeee heee.. it is still funny all these years later. LOL LOL
hope some of those help no matter what math program anyone uses.
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Kindles/Nooks  are they useful in your school?
I have a Nook Color. I also have my eleven year old do her math drills, suduko(used for logic), reading and book basket on the nook. I order my book basket books from my library on the nook also. I have been able to get almost every classic that I have ever wanted @ http://www.books.google.com or http://www.gutenberg.com. If you have little ones, the color screen is awesome. Plus you can get magazine subscriptions on it. I used to have shelves of National Geographic, Family Fun, etc. Now I have those on the nook. I also have my planner, email, facebook all on it. Love my nook!
You can also now use sites that have videos embedded in. For instance, we were at the dr's the other day and the girls wanted to sing the Fruits of the Spirit song, but since I can only sing like a offkey frog I found it on one of the sites and they were able to sing along beautifully.
It has apps now! I have gotten Geography, math drills, tangrams, Spanish apps that have come in handy this spring when we are not close to a computer. You can also use your standard websites for math drills on the nook if you are near a WiFi site.RachelT wrote: I want to know how you use it for math drills? I can't wait to start downloading book basket books! That sounds great!
You can also now use sites that have videos embedded in. For instance, we were at the dr's the other day and the girls wanted to sing the Fruits of the Spirit song, but since I can only sing like a offkey frog I found it on one of the sites and they were able to sing along beautifully.
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Math Fact Sheet
I have been looking online for a math facts sheet that give the equations and the answers in order. For instance 1+1=2, 1+2=3, etc. I have seen these in the past but can't seem to find one now. I have the grid type where you have to follow your fingers to find the answer but those are just too confusing for my dyslexic ds. He is still struggling with his math facts and I was recently advised by his dyslexic tester to allow him to use this type of facts sheet while he still works on learning to memorize them.
Julie in MN wrote:Just took a brief look around the web and thought maybe this is what you are looking for?
http://www.aaastudy.com/addk7cx1.htm
Thank you Julie and Trish. That is what I'm looking for. I knew I came to the right place.TriciaMR wrote:Ohhh, how about this one: http://www.brobstsystems.com/kids/addchart.htm
Or, this one: http://www.drmikesmathgamesforkids ... small.pdf
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math drills for ECC
I use the following (Rotating weekly):SarahP wrote:Does anyone have suggestions for resources for math drills for ECC? The book suggests a period each day to drill basic math facts (ex: addition on Mondays, Subtraction on Tuesdays, Multiplication on Wed. and Division on Thursdays etc. ). Do most people just get some books from discount stores, do free printables, make your own.....? Thanks
Math WrapUps
mathusee's online drill
Quarter Mile Math
a Math Drill game on my iTouch
Math Windows (I think these are out of print, though)  these are cardstock with math problems with a hole cut out below the math problem. You attach a piece of paper behind them and the kids write their answers in the hole. Rainbow Resource has some dryerase things called "Math Windows" now, but the originals are discontinued. Be sure to check the $1 bins at Target and the teacher/school supply aisle at the Dollar Tree  I've seen dryerase things there, too.
And this year I've added in Calculadders (those dyslexic kids of mine need the extra drill). And a google search will bring you to many online games.
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Re: math drills for ECC
Lots and lots of ideas and information overload on this thread
http://board.mfwbooks.com/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=1141
and just look on the math ideas.
Various things over the years that I've done:
Math Windows (in teacher stores... you tape it to paper, or dry erase board and student writes the answer in the window. it's an 8.5 x 11 or thereabouts size paper with problems) Some of them are called "holey cards". I think Rainbow Resource still carries the "holey cards" but you can look on their site to see what I mean
just a bunch of drills on dry erase board with markers.
Right now, my youngest child, who has special needs, is using an expensive, but wow!I'm impressed with results Math Facts drill called Rapid Recall  it's from Little Giant Steps.
I've done some music. Some online fun games. some various computer games. my middle child is addicted (I mean addicted) to hoodamath website
Then, there's the old fashioned call them out loud.
One thing I've learned: if a child "struggles" or isn't sure... it's ok to tell the right answer as input. The program I use right now believes a similar idea that I do... give the input at least 3 times before asking for output. I give the flash card with answer showing, we say it together.. we hear the audio CD, we play a game with the flash card where I set 5 flashcards (with answers showing) and say them in random order. She picks up the card after finding it. Then, later in the day, I cover the answer and do flash cards.
Some people like to use "3 corner" flashcards such as
http://donnayoung.org/math/tricards.htm
too much Info!
crystal
http://board.mfwbooks.com/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=1141
and just look on the math ideas.
Various things over the years that I've done:
Math Windows (in teacher stores... you tape it to paper, or dry erase board and student writes the answer in the window. it's an 8.5 x 11 or thereabouts size paper with problems) Some of them are called "holey cards". I think Rainbow Resource still carries the "holey cards" but you can look on their site to see what I mean
just a bunch of drills on dry erase board with markers.
Right now, my youngest child, who has special needs, is using an expensive, but wow!I'm impressed with results Math Facts drill called Rapid Recall  it's from Little Giant Steps.
I've done some music. Some online fun games. some various computer games. my middle child is addicted (I mean addicted) to hoodamath website
Then, there's the old fashioned call them out loud.
One thing I've learned: if a child "struggles" or isn't sure... it's ok to tell the right answer as input. The program I use right now believes a similar idea that I do... give the input at least 3 times before asking for output. I give the flash card with answer showing, we say it together.. we hear the audio CD, we play a game with the flash card where I set 5 flashcards (with answers showing) and say them in random order. She picks up the card after finding it. Then, later in the day, I cover the answer and do flash cards.
Some people like to use "3 corner" flashcards such as
http://donnayoung.org/math/tricards.htm
too much Info!
crystal
Re: math drills for ECC
I thought I'd add my newest discoveries. I haven't tried these yet but have them on order.
For addition:
Addition the Fun Way Book for Kids: A Picture Method of Learning the Addition Facts by Judy Liautaud
For Multiplication:
Times Tales by Jennie Von Eggers
Also available on DVD
For addition:
Addition the Fun Way Book for Kids: A Picture Method of Learning the Addition Facts by Judy Liautaud
For Multiplication:
Times Tales by Jennie Von Eggers
Also available on DVD
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Great Website!!
I found the coolest website today. You may already know all about it. It is http://www.bigiqkids.com They have free programs and then an upgrade for $10 a year. You can use the free without having to give any info at all. If you are in Adventures...they have a cool US MAP drill. They also have a spelling and vocabulary program. I have heard if you register, they will email you the results.
They also have math drills. You can set what % you want to be addition/multiplication/division etc. Then you can pick the certain number you need, for example you were working on "8" multiplication facts, it would give only those. Then....they earn coins to play games with after their drill! (mouse trap drove me crazy until my daughter finally beat it) They had a cool dress up doll for girls and race cars for boys.
Anyway, sometimes our Saxon math drills get to be a drag looking the same every single day. So this was a welcome break plus I could set what I wanted it to drill. (You can pick random for various numbers)
It looks a little confusing at first for the parents to set the parameters but it really isn't. Just thought I'd share my find for the day!
They also have math drills. You can set what % you want to be addition/multiplication/division etc. Then you can pick the certain number you need, for example you were working on "8" multiplication facts, it would give only those. Then....they earn coins to play games with after their drill! (mouse trap drove me crazy until my daughter finally beat it) They had a cool dress up doll for girls and race cars for boys.
Anyway, sometimes our Saxon math drills get to be a drag looking the same every single day. So this was a welcome break plus I could set what I wanted it to drill. (You can pick random for various numbers)
It looks a little confusing at first for the parents to set the parameters but it really isn't. Just thought I'd share my find for the day!
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What do you use with Singapore math?
Carin,gratitude wrote:We are currently on a break from the end of Singapore 2A. I have been having ds8 do some review by doing level 1A cumulative tests that I have and he never did. He likes the ease of this.
I noticed on another thread of mine that some moms use another curriculum as a break on occasion from Singapore. Do you mind me asking what book it is?
I am also wondering if anyone uses anything to do occasional drills? Or just a more rote approach as a break from all the thinking? I love the fact Singapore encourages thinking mathematically. I know my ds8 though recently needed a break from all the thinking! So the break is good. It just made me start wondering what other moms use, or if they even routinely add in some rote drills to reinforce the skills being learned. Singapore doesn't have a lot of review, and I was wondering what others did to reinforce concepts as they learn them. Do you review at all with Singapore by adding in something else?
I look forward to reading your answers.
I let the kids play at fun4thebrain dot com. There are math drill games there for the four main math facts.
I have one child that has really been struggling with math facts, so I'm adding a program for that. But, other than that, I'm not "adding" anything.
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Re: What do you use with Singapore math?
I don't normally add anything either except calculadders for drill or we use the math shark and flash cards. When we get to a section that he's struggling with or I need a different way to teach something I take out Mastering Mathematics and let him work with it for a bit and then we move back to Singapore.

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Re: What do you use with Singapore math?
Carin,gratitude wrote:I am also wondering if anyone uses anything to do occasional drills? Or just a more rote approach as a break from all the thinking?
Drills aren't really occasional but a basic with Singapore. Here are some more drill ideas:
http://board.mfwbooks.com/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=1141
http://board.mfwbooks.com/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=8429
I agree that a break in math helped my son. It wasn't really a Singapore issue, but just a math issue. Every so often, there's a plateau, or an insurmountable mountain. Using something else for a while can let the new skill slowly sink in. At least that's the way it worked at my house.
What you use during that break might depend on what you have around the house that you'd like to use, and also on how comfortable you are with possibly getting behind in your Singapore and not finishing the book in a year. It could be math games or even a whole different curriculum.
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Re: What do you use with Singapore math?
I use mathfactcafe.com to print off all different kinds of drill sheets.
I found that some of my kids needed them every day and some just once or twice a week.
I found that some of my kids needed them every day and some just once or twice a week.
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Re: What do you use with Singapore math?
I second that  I really like mathfactcafe.com too. I use it for extra practice  or recently  we took a break for a few weeks because he just didn't know his upper multiplication facts (like 6's & above) and we drilled for a couple of weeks to help him learn them.lotsuvlittles wrote:I use mathfactcafe.com to print off all different kinds of drill sheets.
I found that some of my kids needed them every day and some just once or twice a week.
I have a website that I have added lots of links to that have free printables  I use this site to encourage parents in our school district to work with their children at home after school because our district is struggling with test scores (I home school  but I tutor some kiddos after school). I have found tons of great free links and sometimes when I just need something extra  or something I can use with a group of kids that show up and need something to do instead of going home to their video games. In the summer I host 'mini camps' to help the kids that come by keep from broiling their brains in the texas heat. I have math and language arts 'clinics' in my dining room and set goals for the kids that want to come down. I offer little perks like ice cream cones at Sonic or something when they meet their goals. I use these links for materials when these kiddos come down to play & learn with my kids. If you are interested in the links feel free to check out the links for free sites that I have found (please ignore the obnoxious ads...I get the website free  but as a result they put an annoying ad banner at the top of my page)...you can check out the links page at: http://teamvenus.webs.com/
(additionally  if you know of any great sites that offer free printable materials or online educational games  please let me know  I try to add new materials that I think are helpful for the parents of our community  thanks in advance!)
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Re: What do you use with Singapore math?
Oh, I'm glad somebody bumped this thread up, because I see I didn't reply to part of your question, What grade do students usually do drills through?gratitude wrote:Hi Julie,
These links are very helpful. I noticed in one of them you mentioned that math drills need to be done through the drill years. I am assuming the drill years are until math facts are well memorized. What grade do students usually do drills through?
I could also tell by the threads that this isn't a student's favorite activity. We were doing Calculadder until 3 weeks ago. It started becoming quite difficult for him to complete more than 1/2 a page in the 2 minutes, and I think it discouraged him. So it has been part of our math break for soak time. I am very open though to other ideas for drills that my children might enjoy more.
Thank you ladies for the great ideas.
Drill can vary a lot. I think the public schools do a ton around 34th grades. Sometimes teachers create a chart for each student with different levels of drill, and check off when each level is mastered. It's my guess that most kids could use more drill but it falls off the teacher agenda after that.
We slowed down on drill in 6th with just some occasional Quarter Mile or something. Then we actually spent 7th grade drilling fractions daily (he was still doing Singapore 6A/B, so we had time, and the place where I tutored did it for me ), and I'm glad we did that. My son now just automatically knows how some of the fractions reduce down, or have common denominators.
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Math question again
Danielle, Mommy to DD#1 3rd/ECC, DS#1 2nd/ECC, DD#2 K, DS#2 preK, and DD#3 learning to toddle
looking for math drill ideas
I use this website and print off drills for my kids. There are tons to choose from....and they're FREE!!!!robertb10502 wrote:We are starting ECC on Monday and I am trying to get everything ready. I know that flash cards all the time will never go over well. I am looking for other ideas that I can get ready now. SO what all does everyone use for math drills?? THanks!!
http://www.mathdrills.com/
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Re: looking for math drill ideas
We use the MathUSee website's online drills. There are also some other online drill programs we have used but the MathUSee one has everything we need.
I guess one could also buy one of those handheld drilling games. I've considered it for road trips.
Erna
I guess one could also buy one of those handheld drilling games. I've considered it for road trips.
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Re: looking for math drill ideas
Hi Samantha
I am not too sure if my ideas would count for a serious definition of Math drill, but you asked what we do, so here is my answer;)
Yes, most days we do flash cards, but as you say, it would bore a child to tears to do them daily so we add the following things, depending on the age/grade of the child. And I'm always looking for more ideas so I'll be watching your post.
Lindy
I am not too sure if my ideas would count for a serious definition of Math drill, but you asked what we do, so here is my answer;)
Yes, most days we do flash cards, but as you say, it would bore a child to tears to do them daily so we add the following things, depending on the age/grade of the child. And I'm always looking for more ideas so I'll be watching your post.
 A Maths game such as Spider Maths
Using dice instead of flash cards eg: add the numbers or subtract. You could use two or more dice for higher numbers to practice subtraction, or I made my own dice for higher numbers, with numerals not dots and cubes of wood.
Skip counting
A printed off worksheet, focusing on whatever facts we're currently drilling
A hand drawn worksheet, such as the "House of ten" I draw a house and 2 columns and they must fill in all the combinations that make ten
Work with counters or any kind of manipulative they can count  count out 50, put them in groups of 5, how many groups etc
Work with a hundreds chart and a wipe off marker  such as circle all the odd numbers, skip count
Using an audio recording to learn the times tables
In South africa we have something called Edupeg, which offers a fun variety, but if I was in the US I would love to get Learning ladders.
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Re: looking for math drill ideas
We use flash cards during the week, but my children ask to play math bingo.
There's also a new website for drills that's free here:
https://www.xtramath.org/
There's also a new website for drills that's free here:
https://www.xtramath.org/
Re: looking for math drill ideas
Love xtramath.org It keeps track of their progress for you and sends you updates yipee!

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Re: looking for math drill ideas
When we did ECC we used good old flash cards and shouting the answers. Now I use Math U See's drill page after they finish their math lesson each day.
Sometimes I pull out the flash cards and we make a game of it.
Sometimes I pull out the flash cards and we make a game of it.
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Re: looking for math drill ideas
MorningSong wrote:We use flash cards during the week, but my children ask to play math bingo.
There's also a new website for drills that's free here:
https://www.xtramath.org/
We use this also.
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Mimi to 8
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