Select a skill from below for your child to start practicing. Sections may start with exercises from a grade below and finish with problems from a grade above to help students who need to review as well as those who are more advanced:

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**Addition**- Addition Level 14: two digits + two digits (without regrouping)
- Addition Level 15: two digits + two digits (with regrouping)

**Estimation**- Estimation Level 1: Rounding to nearest ten
- Estimation Level 2: Rounding to nearest hundred
- Estimation Level 3: Estimate sums up to 1,000
- Estimation Level 4: Estimate differences up to 1,000

**Multiplication**- Multiplication Level 1: Count equal groups up to 6 dots
- Multiplication Level 2: Multiplication tables for 1, 2, 3 (max result 9)
- Multiplication Level 3: Count equal groups up to 12 dots
- Multiplication Level 4: Multiplication table for 2 (up to 2 x 12)
- Multiplication Level 5: Multiplication table for 3 (up to 3 x 12)
- Multiplication Level 6: Multiplication with dots (2 and 3 tables)
- Multiplication Level 7: Multiplication table for 4 (up to 4 x 12)
- Multiplication Level 8: Multiplication table for 5 (up to 5 x 12)
- Multiplication Level 9: Multiplication table for 6 (up to 6 x 12)
- Multiplication Level 10: Mixed tables (up to 5 x 12)
- Multiplication Level 11: Multiplication table for 7 (up to 7 x 12)
- Multiplication Level 12: Multiplication table for 8 (up to 8 x 12)
- Multiplication Level 13: Multiplication table for 9 (up to 9 x 12)
- Multiplication Level 14: Multiplication table for 10 (up to 10 x 12)

**Division**- Division Level 1: Relate division and multiplication
- Division Level 2: Divide by 2 (up to 20 ÷ 2)
- Division Level 3: Divide by 3 (up to 30 ÷ 3)
- Division Level 4: Divide by 4 (up to 40 ÷ 4)
- Division Level 5: Divide by 5 (up to 50 ÷ 5)
- Division Level 6: Divide by 6 (up to 60 ÷ 6)
- Division Level 7: Divide by 7 (up to 70 ÷ 7)
- Division Level 8: Divide by 8 (up to 80 ÷ 8)
- Division Level 9: Divide by 9 (up to 90 ÷ 9)
- Division Level 10: Divide by 10 (up to 100 ÷ 10)

Keep coming back to practice and master these skills, as well as the new ones we are frequently adding. Remember, practice makes perfect.

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