Collected here are all of the math resources we have gathered, both for parents and children. Perhaps you want to ensure that your child has that extra boost they need with their math skills, this is the place to find that information. Many resources may play off of each other, meaning that a video from ECLIPSE or another website might explain a technique that you as a parent can implement in day-to-day activities with your child; or perhaps one resource explains the method in one respect and then showing it in action in another video or activity.
Kids Math Resources
Parents Math Resources
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