MathHacked is Powerfully Effective for Teaching Times Tables to Kids of All Ages
What is MathHacked?
A revolutionary system for teaching times tables to kids in a way that makes them enthusiastic about math, confident in themselves, and sponges for future learning…all the while making you the good guy!
If they’ve already ‘sort of learned’ their multiplication tables and hate math, it’s a great way to go back and really get them solid. It will change their attitude about math 180 degrees.
What will my first day using the MathHacked system look like?
We know you’re busy! All you really need to know to begin the program is how to push “Play” on a short online video and then mimic with your student what you saw.
You can also join us on our Millennial Paradigms Facebook Group where you can get your personal questions answered–and learn great ways to interact with your child to improve your child’s inner genius and dramatically improve your relationship.
What makes MathHacked so unique and successful?
This system is based on isolating patterns, so that the kids can use their own powers, or mental figuring to pull up the answers, and on using “tricks” or non-numerical associations that help create a pathway in the brain between the equation and its answer. This method makes them feel strong and empowered because they don’t have to look to some “smarter” adult for the answers they lack, nor do they have to painstakingly memorize and then try to remember; rather, they’re given a way to figure the answers out themselves. This new skill of “mental gymnastics” is exciting and empowering because they discover they really ARE smart.
You will see body language brighten and lift as your children come to really believe that they are smart. Learning their times tables will be a snap! That sure feels like a whole lot of success!
What Should My Child Know Before Starting?
To begin MathHacked the child should recognize and know the names of all the numbers, to be able to count a good spell by ones, and be able to know which numbers are more or less than others. They should specifically be able to know what is one more and one less than any given single-digit number. It is also helpful if the child knows how to count by fives.
What if my child knows most of his/her facts?
How well does your child really know his/her facts? Unless a child knows all the basic facts to the point of “effortless and automatic,” it can feel like walking through quicksand to tackle things like Algebra, for instance.
How did MathHacked come to be?
How can a program for math help with parenting?
Heather here. I love this question.