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Money Math


Money Count Making Change Spending Money Piggy Bank Breakin

Welcome to Money Math

To access the drill games, please use the tabs above.

Money math is about understanding how money works. That begind with learning how to count it. Then there is the need to learn how to add and subtract money, it's values and how different values can be obtained.

In order to do this we have created a number of programs related to money math. These are:

Money Count
A very basic program that allows you to count up money by denomination images. [2017: Operational]

Making Change
The student is provided with a dollar amount and is asked to make change by indicating how many of each denomination they should return. [2017: Not Operational Yet]

Spending Money
The student is told that they have a set amount of money to spend, and then presented with a potential shopping list from which to spend the money by purchasing any number of items with any quantity. The goal is to see how fast the student can get within $1.00 of the money that they have been given. [2017: Not Operational Yet]

Piggy Bank Breakin
Here the student is told what came out of a piggy bank in banknotes and coinage and they have to enter the appropriate total (Making Change in reverse)[2017: Not Operational Yet]

Some of the games use international currency as an enhanced, members only, option.

If it says [2017: Operational] that means we have tested the free system to confirm that the drill game works. Once all the drill games are functional in the free mode we will continue to test and fix in paid mode. Thanks for your patience while we focus on redeveloping the drill games for a full new release with a new interface before the 2017-2018 school year starts.
Free for teachers, this product gives teachers access to the EduCAD-ST product for use in their classrooms and with their students. Teachers sign up, then can create links to problem types from pre-algebra through pre-calculus that they can put on their web sites for their students. Student can follow those links and anonymously use the tool to learn how to do that problem type. All this at no cost to the teacher or the student, and no advertising to the student. Yep, it's basically free. ,,
Three versions of the same product.
milcetp is 100% free and advertising free for anyone with a .mil e-mail address.
hscetp is 100% free for any US Public School student for either that ACT or SAT (the other can be purchased at a very low cost) and is advertising free
collegeentrancetestprep is for those that are not in either of the above groups and is a full priced product.

All are the exact same product, just with different price points. The product uses the students answers in the "official" ACT and/or SAT practice tests (from their respective "official" books) to identify the problem types that a student should be focusing on for the student to excel at these two standardized tests. Then allows the student as much time in EduCAD-ST working on those problem types as they need to learn and know how to do the math.
e-books that use the tool, but in hardcopy format, to help the students prepare for the ACT and SAT math portions. Not interactive, but good for when you don't have an internet connection.
In development for a Summer 2017 release. Every summer in English class students get "summer reading". In other words, they stay active in the class even when on break. The problem is that is NOT true for math class. We felt that was unfair to students and teachers. The teachers spend the first 3-4 weeks of the fall semester doing review of the prior years work, so the students can be ready to move on. That means less tme to teach new math concepts, and less time to learn for the students. The summerbridgemath series is access to a preset number of problem types for a student to review over summer so that they can come to class ready to start learning new material on day one.

This is strictly a commercial product and will not be given away for free. But we have priced it so that if a school purchases it for all their students it will be less than a cup of Starbucks coffee per student.