Have you heard of XtraMath? It is an awesome non-profit math site that was started in 2007. Anyone can sign up for free. Awesome right?!

It is an individualized math practice website that requires about five minutes of practice a day (we usually practice 3 times per week). Teachers often sign up their whole class.

We use my ipad for this but you can use pretty much anything that has an Internet connection.

Think of xtramath as digital flash cards with progress reports. It has addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. My daughter is almost done with the addition. I'll have to let her choose a big prize when she finishes.

Here is the website to get started: http://xtramath.org/

This is a screenshot of my daughter's progress report on her addition facts. We want them all to be green. She's getting close!

What do you use to help your kids memorize their math facts?

I originally posted an article on XtraMath here: our-home-school.blogspot.com/


I have written several posts on education since I have been here. These are all things I use or have used, things that work for us.

My favorite geography app

Resources for my kindergartener

A Favorite Math App

A Free Homeschooling Planner

History for Kids

Starfall: a Reading and Math Website that I Love

First Day Not Back To School
www.bubblews.com/news/983347-first-day-not-back-to-school Do you have a favorite educational resource? Or have you posted about one?

Captcha on this one: "evil genius" Love it!