As a BzzAgent I was given the oppurtunity to try The Factor Tree. It is a website that helps your child learn math skills. Abby is only 2 1/2 but she knows her numbers 1-20 and can count backwards from 10-1. We did a couple worksheets on The Factor Tree that were for Pre-K, just basic counting. The worksheets are very simple which is great since the littlest thing will divert her attention. We were able to make it through 2 worksheets before she was done. That to me is amazing because of her age. At the moment, I don’t think I need The Factor Tree but once Abby is in school it may be something I will look into a little more. I remember hating math in school and this makes it look fun! Here is some more information:
A better way to learn math
Every student learns differently — shouldn’t your child be taught math in the way that works best for them? The team at The Factor Tree think so. Which is why their online supplementary math education platform adapts as your child learns, to ensure your pre-K to 6th-grader is always taught in the way that gets the best results.
What makes the Factor Tree so effective?
- Provides the practice and repetition needed for a child to truly master key math skills
- Use a skill-adaptive progression algorithm to pinpoint each child’s true skill level
- Provides parents with helpful reports, metrics and notifications to track their child’s progress
- Combines a state testing-compliant curriculum, world class educational theories and innovative technology to create a better learning tool
Visit thefactortree.com to learn more about its distinct approach to education and sign up for your free one-month trial.
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