The Maths Factor:
Give the Gift of Math to Your Child or Grandchild!
Here’s a little something that you or someone you know may be interested in.
I have my 8 year-old son signed up on this for just over a year now. His level of math is beyond his class year. He’s almost done with multiplication when he normally would be on addition and subtraction. There’s no pressure with performing.
The Maths Factor is easy to use and makes math learning fun. He literally spends less than 5 minutes a day doing it and the pay-off is amazing.
There’s no pressure with performing. The Maths Factor is easy to use and makes math learning fun. He literally spends less than 5 minutes a day doing it and the pay-off is amazing.
You can get started for just £1 for your first month. No commitments required. If it’s not for you, then you can cancel at any time.
Click on the image below and you’ll be redirected to a sign-up page to avail of this offer.
Honestly, the learning is fun.
You can choose the level that is suitable to your child’s requirements (Explorer, Adventurer or Pioneer) and the modules are geared toward getting the best out of your child’s learning ability.
Each module has up to 24 math questions. Prior to doing the 24 questions, Carol (pictured below) gives a video tutorial on the calculations (addition to division and, for the advanced, working with fractions and long division).
There’s also a Games Centre that matches up with the level so that your child can learn math without realising it. Clever!
What’s more, The Maths Factor has the 30 Day Challenge which encourages your child to complete 30 consecutive days of math. And the best thing is that once completed, your child is rewarded with a medal – a real medal. How’s that for a reward and an incentive (or a nudge to those Behavioral Economists).
For full disclosure, I’ll receive a small commission if you decide to sign up to The Maths Factor by clicking on the image below or by using the code FC-27287-FR. In return, you’ll get your first month for just £1.
If I didn’t believe in this, I wouldn’t share it so publicly. If you have any questions about it, please email me and I’ll get back to you.