Mathseeds offers a unique solution to helping all young learners, no matter how much they’re struggling, succeed in building their math skills and grow a fondness of math at the same time.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) April 04, 2018
Grade 3 math students using the interactive online math program Mathseeds are in for a special treat, with the creators releasing a brand new map for young and eager fans.
The engaging online world of Mathseeds allows students to follow their own self-paced learning path, with lessons traveling though different maps personalized to their ability.
Mathseeds now boasts an impressive 190 highly instructive math lessons, designed for children aged 3 to 9. All of the lessons feature the same cast of beloved characters, featuring brand new songs, videos, and a range of learning activities that build essential math and problem solving skills.
The creators of Mathseeds plan to bring out two more maps this year to provide full coverage of Kindergarten to Grade 3 math.
The latest Map 38 release features five new lessons set in various destinations. Children earn rewards as they complete a series of math activities, which encourage them to apply their skills to real-world situations.
The new map covers multiplication, graphs, problem solving, time and division. Students learn how to calculate time intervals while planning a bus trip in Cannes, solve two-step word problems in the Sahara, and count fossils using multiplication strategies in the Natural History Museum in Berlin.
Gail Mercurio, a teacher at Albemarle Road Elementary School and member of the Mathseeds Advisory Panel, says her students beg to log onto their computer to complete their next math lesson.
“My students are so excited to use Mathseeds. Learning is so much fun, they are begging to log on and show me how it helps them improve their math skills—and it helps with our classroom lessons too!
Mathseeds is a developmentally appropriate differentiation tool for individualized math instruction, as it targets the skills that individual students need to strengthen.”
Since April 2015, Mathseeds has been implemented for around 130,000 students in over 1,800 elementary schools. The program’s effectiveness has been clearly shown in independent studies, which reveal students who use Mathseeds outperform students who don’t by up to 25 percent.
As most teachers and parents will know, encouraging students to develop a love of math is no easy feat, especially with many adults themselves admitting they never enjoyed or were any good at math in school.
Mathseeds offers a truly unique solution to helping all young learners, no matter how much they’re struggling to keep up, succeed in building their math skills and grow a fondness of math at the same time.
Parents and teachers can register online for a free trial of Mathseeds at http://www.mathseeds.com.