When it comes to learning math, many kids struggle with grasping certain concepts. Math is often seen as something negative, and met with groans of frustration by kids and adults alike. But what if there were a way to effectively teach kids multiplication and division, and create a positive and fun implication when it comes to math? Big Brainz is a company that has created an easy-to-use video game that requires children to complete different math problems in order to advance in the game.
Big Brainz is so confident in their product that they have a 100 percent refund rate for anyone who isn’t satisfied with their students’ results after completing this program. And their results rate is astoundingly high with 95 percent of students who finish the program showing high efficiency in multiplication and division.
If your students have a hard time grasping basic multiplication and division concepts, or if worksheets don’t hold their attention, then try the Big Brainz game Timez Attack. In this age of technology, help kids learn in the same way they like to have fun. It’s possible for your students or children to start enjoying math, a feat that may otherwise feel impossible.
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