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Smartick is an online method for learning mathematics for children ages 4 to 14. Here, you will learn about Smartick: how it works and content focused on children and education.

Jul31

“Honestly, I’d Struggle If I Didn’t Have Smartick”

“Honestly, I’d Struggle If I Didn’t Have Smartick”

At Smartick, we want children to master the math foundations. We know that math is a critical skill and can be the key for a brighter future. However, we also place value in abilities that go beyond automated calculation. For this reason, we want to help students develop critical thinking, problem-solving skills, healthy study habits, […]

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Jun28

A Smartick Summer. No Excuses!

  Today we are going to get a bit realistic about summer and are ready for the cynics who will tell us ‘Yes, of course, this is your business.’ Yes, we are dedicated to reinforcing mathematics in children. Summer vacation is here, more than two months for the majority of kids to be relieved of […]

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Jun26

Smartick, South Africa, and a Common Thread 

Smartick, South Africa, and a Common Thread 

Smartick visits South Africa I had the chance to travel with Smartick Co-founder Javier Arroyo to Johannesburg, South Africa in April. During our time there, we had the pleasure of meeting some wonderful Smartick families. Today, I want to introduce you to Aasiyah. She is a Smartick mom of 9-year-old Dhilwan living in South Africa. […]

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May17

Shakira and Smartick Join Together to Improve Math in Colombia

Shakira and Smartick Join Together to Improve Math in Colombia

The Barefoot Foundation (Fundación Pies Descalzos) was created by Shakira in 1997 to make quality public education available to Colombian children. Now, with Smartick’s help, they will bring this online mathematics learning method to five schools in the Foundation. These schools are located in the Colombian cities of Barranquilla, Cartagena, and Quibdó. Javier Arroyo, Smartick […]

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May15

Returning the reviews favor!

Returning the reviews favor!

Your Opinion Matters Favorite sushi restaurants in the neighborhood? Any recommendations for non-fiction book?  What is this online math program all about? In this day and age of online reviews, whether it’s for restaurants, books, and educational programs, many turn to the comments and experiences of others to help them make an informed decision. I […]

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May01

Dear Welly…Wishes, Recommendations, and Life Thoughts

Dear Welly…Wishes, Recommendations, and Life Thoughts

We all know that children say the darndest things. In fact, Smartick knows this first hand through Welly, our Virtual World Well. As you know, students can share their wishes, opinions, and recommendations about their sessions, math, Smartick overall, or life itself with Welly! Our team appreciates getting to know Smartick students better and if […]

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Apr17

”With Smartick, I Have No Need for a Tutor ”

”With Smartick, I Have No Need for a Tutor ”

At Smartick we always what to know more about our families around the world. How they heard about us, and what concerns made them think about a reinforcement program for mathematics. In the United Kingdom, we are creating a ”Smartick Family” that, although small compared to our ”world-class,” continues to grow. More and more children […]

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Apr05

First Results of Smartick and Smartick Brain in Schools

First Results of Smartick and Smartick Brain in Schools

Our research project ”Disruptive Learning Through the Integration of Mathematics and Cognitive Training”, together with the support from the European Union through the Horizon 2020 project, is coming to an end. It has been a long process full of creativity, work with students and professors, digital devices, and a lot of paperwork in order to […]

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Mar20

Parents, Are You Concerned with Screen Time?

Parents, Are You Concerned with Screen Time?

It’s possible that the gap between technology and education is gradually thinning as educators around the world embrace its use in the classroom. Of course, there is discourse for the pros and cons of technology usage not only in the classroom but in our private lives as well. How is technology implemented in the classroom? […]

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Mar06

Going Beyond Classroom Expectations

Going Beyond Classroom Expectations

Is math important for your child’s future? For many families, the answer is a resounding yes. Dominating the foundations of the subject can shape who they are as students but also influence how they see and interact with the world around them. Working on extra math outside the classroom is not abnormal. Kansas resident and […]

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