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From: OP 
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2006100916:55:58
Subject: Re: ADHD  and math 3rd grade

You need to look at the DotMath for kids web site.  It helps teach the
student what a number is.  With this information they will be able to
keep up with the other students.   They can learn addition,
subtraction, multiplication, division and much more.  The system has
large graphics that help explain how to get every answer correct every
time.  This builds speed, accuracy and confidence.  After learning
DotMath, some children have been able to beat the calculator in
addition and subtraction combinations to nine.
   The DotMath for kids site is at:

http://dotmath.tripod.com/


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