A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this website.
Kids can learn a wide variety of math concepts such as geometry, fractions, place value, multiplication, solving word problems, and using money. Kids explore links between math and topics like sports, the human body, building and construction, art, and history. With Math Cats, kids can learn to appreciate all the ways math connects to real life -- and that math can be fun and entertaining.
Math can be fun and easy to understand with good instruction and practice.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Math Cats was developed by a teacher with more than 18 years of experience and features an array of open-ended math activities (rather than drill and practice). The site is ad free and is perfectly appropriate for elementary school-age kids.
Is It Any Good?
Wherever you go in Math Cats, it all adds up to creative, well-designed fun. The site is both educational and entertaining, which could help kids who aren't very fond of math grow to like the subject a little more.
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