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A Father’s Day present from 1on1Math

Updated: Jun 19


I’m excited to announce our new Parent-And-Child Math Games Program. And our first Parent-And-Child Math Game is MATH ESCAPE ROOM!


So far it’s been super-popular with both kids and parents!


Personally, I really enjoy creating & playing Math Escape Rooms with my kids. So that’s why I’ve decided to give you a gift - a free Math Escape Room experience. It’s meant for your child to play together with their daddy (or mommy).


If you’re interested, check out this video & claim your gift here.


A little more about it...


One of the things I love about working on 1on1Math is that I get to dig into the budding young minds of so many smart kids. As a result, I get to see the patterns for how the most hard-working and successful kids learn. One aspect that differentiates the outliers is their positive attitude towards Math.


At a young age, your child’s self-confidence towards Math is being moulded. That mindset is likely to stick with them in their school years and into their careers.


As a parent, you play an important role in helping shape a positive outlook towards Math for your child. Your child is unlikely to engage in educational content on their own. So your involvement in helping your child develop basic Math literacy is key. And your approach on how to build that foundation will have an important effect on them. So finding the right Math program to support you is the highest leverage thing you can do for your child’s Math-confidence.


But this can be challenging. The odds of choosing well are stacked against you. When you look for Math worksheets, activities & games, you have an information disadvantage. It’s hard to know what meets the right balance of high academic value and also high fun & engagement value. Nor do you know what’s at the just-right level of difficulty to be suitable & challenging for your child. Most Math programs are designed for the masses - They’re not personalised for you & your child. And while there’s plenty of free stuff online, it’s often low academic and low engagement value. And, of course, it’s never personalised for you. It takes a lot of time, digging, and thinking to find great educational activities. But this is difficult due to a few constraints:

  1. Money Constraints - Most people aren’t able to pay to try a bunch of premium Math products & services. This leads to...

  2. Time Constraints - Searching for great learning solutions is time-consuming. You already have a demanding job & other commitments.

  3. Knowledge Constraints - It’s often hard to know what’s best for your child’s learning. You’re not a Math subject matter expert.

What does it all add up to? A high probability of making wrong decisions for your child’s learning you’ll regret.