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Interviews with parents, students, teachers, educators, and people who help to spread the love for mathematics.

Sep19

Floridian Mom, Teacher, and Smartick Supporter

Floridian Mom, Teacher, and Smartick Supporter

Smartick families come from all over the world. Today, we are excited to chat about one of our families from Florida! Gisel contacted the Smartick team earlier this summer to learn a bit more about the program. As a parent and teacher, she’s truly committed to her children’s learning. We are delighted that an education […]

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Jul20

Igniting the Math Spark with Smartick

Igniting the Math Spark with Smartick

Math Gray Area We all have heard that some students are just good or bad at math. And they either love it or hate it. The in-between doesn’t seem to exist. Kelly, a teacher, and Smartick supporter found herself in an odd gray area which she describes on her blog Reviews by the Banks. She […]

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Jul13

Smartick, the Right Math Incentive

Smartick, the Right Math Incentive

An incentive can be useful at times to motivate positive behaviors in children. Be it developing a routine, doing one’s daily chores, or simply falling in love with math. Let’s see what Michelle from the blog Powered By Mom has to say about her experience and how she used Smartick as an incentive for her […]

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Jun22

Math Curveballs and Home Runs

Math Curveballs and Home Runs

Curveballs Smartick mom and blogger Ashley initially planned to homeschool her three children. As we all know, life throws us curveballs and things change. Plans don’t play out accordingly. Instead, Ashley enrolled her children in their local school. Back to school didn’t mean “hands off” with their education. She wanted to stay involved in their […]

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Jun08

Smartick, a Better Use of Technology!

Smartick, a Better Use of Technology!

Putting Technology to Good Use According to the Chapman University Survey of American Fears, 2015, technology issues are at the top. Amber, a mother of two, also fears the amount of time her kids spend with technology. An owner-writer at Become a Coupon Queen, Amber has always been a saver and believes in the magic of couponing/frugal […]

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Jun01

Smartick: More Than Math, the Road to Independence

Smartick: More Than Math, the Road to Independence

Getting Started Early Parents want the best for their children and are always looking to prepare them for the future. Starting early never hurts. In fact, this is what Monica, Oh Happy Us founder, had in mind when she tried Smartick for her daughter. Gracie is in Pre-K and, like many parents, Monica was actively […]

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May18

Overcoming Initial Challenges

Overcoming Initial Challenges

Many homeschooling families are keen to learn more about the new and innovative learning tools available that challenges their family. Particularly, homeschooling mom Laura was excited to try out Smartick which she describes on her blog. Although she works on a different math curriculum, she was happy to try out the method as she believed […]

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May11

Transitions and Playing Math Catch-Up

Transitions and Playing Math Catch-Up

Tough Transitions Moving can be stressful for both adults and children. Particularly, when students change schools, easy transitions are not always guaranteed. Lizzie discovered this to be true for her daughter Aubrie, which she explains in her blog. The biggest difference was the new school’s curriculum, which she found to be incredibly different from the […]

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May04

“Even Scottish Warrior Princesses Need to Practice Math”

“Even Scottish Warrior Princesses Need to Practice Math”

Scottish Warrior Princess vs. Math “Even Scottish warrior princesses need to practice math”, Smartick mom Debra states as she refers to her spunky 7-year old-daughter in her blog. Her daughter was always a good and well-rounded student. However, third grade proved to be a difficult transition, particularly when she started to struggle with math. When […]

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Apr27

“Mama, Can I Do Math Now?”

“Mama, Can I Do Math Now?”

Changing Attitudes and Mindsets When Cassidy’s daughter sets her mind on something, there’s no stopping her, even when it comes to doing math. This can be great when she decides to master a particular skill. However, Cassidy explains on her blog Freshly Planted, some challenges of this mentality, as it became nearly impossible to change her […]

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