Abacus Math Tutor is a fun program of first grade worksheets designed to help your child be ahead in his or her class.
Maggi's Math is a fun program to teach your child multiplication without flash cards or exercises memorizing the multiplication table.
Do you have a child just entering first grade?
“It took my 5-year old kindergarten grade-level daughter all of two minutes to
understand how to work the abacus. She easily breezed through the first two levels
of first grade addition with the Abacus Math Tutor program. In fact, I had a
difficult time pulling her away from it. It is a fabulous first grade math learning
system.” Andrea L., Corona, California
Do you have a child already in first grade?
"Abacus Math Tutor, Absolutely the Best Way for a Child to Learn First Grade
Math!" Maria G., Santa Ana, California
In just a minimum of 20 minutes per day (your 1st grader will probably want to
spend more time than that) your child will learn easier and faster than he/she can
in a regular classroom setting and enter second grade ahead of the other students.
Are you homeschooling your first grader?
Abacus Math Tutor is not just first grade math worksheets but a program of
calculations that will take your 1st grader from adding two numbers to
adding and subtracting to one hundred million including borrowing and carrying.
The most effective way of learning 1st grade math, your child will learn faster and better than in school.
Do you have a special needs student?
“Using Abacus Math Tutor some of my students made a month’s progress in just
two days.” The unique way in which Abacus Math Tutor works is precisely the model used for
teaching special needs students. It seems to be far more effective with these 1st
graders in math than anything else they have found. Jan C., First Grade Special Day Class Teacher, Santa Ana, California
Do you have a second grader who didn’t do well in first grade math?
“My granddaughter got a “D” in 1st grade math. She used the Abacus Math Tutor in second grade and she got an “A”. In the third grade she was a member of the school’s math team.” Paula S., Kansas City, Missouri