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That could really come in handy! Thanks for sharing!

ReplyDeletemath is the one subject my son is super good at. I suck at it and I'm an accountant. He didn't get his math skills from me.

ReplyDeleteGood thing my son loves Math hehe. But I hate tutoring Math, sometimes when I tutor my son Math, I end up doing the asking " how did you do this?" what's the solution?" hehe. At the end of the day, he's the one tutoring me lol. ^_^

ReplyDeletePerfect blog,I congrulate for you,best wishes.

ReplyDeleteWhen I was little I hated maths.

ReplyDeleteNow i love them.

Have a great day

xxx

Ugggh I hate math with a passion!! My kids are always coming to me with their math homework and I have to send them to their Dad because it gives me a headache just looking at it haha.

ReplyDeleteI'm going to bookmark this link right now! Thank you :o)

I'll try to remember this when the kids get to the hard math.

ReplyDeleteI'll have to remember this when my boys get a little older. Thanks for the info Yonca!

ReplyDeleteI hate math. My kids hate math. Websites like this are good to know about!

ReplyDeleteI love math. My son hates it. There is another online site that does free math tutoring. Well it's with worksheets and works on the level your child is at. Free testing too. I will have to look at my other computer because I don't have it here.

ReplyDeleteTHis is FANTASTIC! Thank you!

ReplyDeleteThis is perfect!! Thanks !!

ReplyDeleteI'll have to check out that link. Thanks Yonca!

ReplyDeleteMy son is not of the school age yet, but math is not my subject. I need to save these sites! Thanks!

ReplyDeleteI hate maths! I might just pop over to that site and see if I can learn anything!

ReplyDeleteBrilliant post! I love it!

Thanks Yonca!

girlie you know im spreading the word on this one.. HUGS!!!!!

ReplyDeleteThat site will come in handy for me someday. I was never good at math and I dread the day my kids come home with algebra and I have no clue how to help them. English and social studies is my thing...I'll leave the math to my husband!

ReplyDeleteI sure could have used that when I was in school! Maybe it will come in handy when my kids get there :) Thanks Yonca

ReplyDeleteWith a dd in pre-calculus and AP physics, this may come in handy because at this point she is beyond my capabilities. Thanks!

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