# K - 5 Math Resources

Learning math doesn’t have to be a battle. At DoodleMath, we’ve taken the guesswork out of understanding grade-level math so parents and teachers can help students build confidence and master specific skills. Select your child’s grade level and explore the guides, games, and practice problems they need to lay a strong foundation for middle and high school!

Whether they’re learning to count in kindergarten or dividing decimals in 5th grade, students can count on DoodleMath to turn math into a real adventure — and like any adventure, they’re bound to finish strong! Select your child’s grade and start the journey today.

## Kindergarten

A strong start makes all the difference.

Take a leap forward with addition and subtraction.

A new year means new challenges – and bigger numbers!

Jump into upper elementary with multiplication and division.

Keep climbing toward the top with fractions, angles, and more.

At the top of the first mountain, it’s time to prepare for the next trail!

## Kindergarten

A strong start makes all the difference.

Take a leap forward with addition and subtraction.

A new year means new challenges – and bigger numbers!

Jump into upper elementary with multiplication and division.

Keep climbing toward the top with fractions, angles, and more.

At the top of the first mountain, it’s time to prepare for the next trail!

## K-5 math and DoodleLearning

Let’s step back in time for a second. You’re sitting at the kitchen table, staring at your math homework, completely lost on what to do. You ask for help, only for your parent to stare at you wide-eyed, as confused as you are.

At DoodleMath, we remember that feeling – and we’re here to help. Using our knowledge of K-5 math, we’ve designed the games, guides, and practice problems children need to perfect their math skills — and that parents need to provide meaningful guidance along the way.

Why use DoodleMath? We can think of a few reasons.

### 1. The research doesn’t lie

Math can be a tedious subject. Many students struggle to pay attention, which can make it difficult to retain information.

Recent studies have shown that engaging in activities like online math games can help students with retention, especially over the summer holidays. Games and short practice sessions can also help them stay interested when learning new concepts.

### 2. Low stakes means better performance when it counts

In the classroom, everything can feel like high stakes. Students are so focused on getting good grades or not falling behind, they often miss out on the excitement of learning.

With DoodleMath’s games and practice problems, students are allowed to make mistakes – in fact, we encourage it! The low stakes environment, complete with our step-by-step explanations on how to solve problems, will help them build their confidence so they can show off in the classroom where it counts!

### 3. Practice makes perfect

Whether it’s math, English, science or even physical education, you only get better the more you practice, right?

The DoodleMath app and DoodleLearning give students a place to hone their math skills while providing guidance on how to grow and improve. Like any sport or skill, mastering math is all about practice, practice, practice.

### 4. Build memories and connections with your child

Whether they’re in kindergarten or 5th grade, children look up to the adults in their life. When they ask for help, they’re saying, “I trust you. I know you can find the right answer.”

DoodleMath provides you with the guides and resources you need to provide meaningful assistance. That means that math homework can become less about stress and anxiety and more about working together to find the right answer.

This leads to invaluable memories that your student will cherish for years to come, making them more likely to come to you when it matters most.

### 5. Real people designing real solutions

Any robot can spit out math problems. At DoodleLearning, we’re all about human connection. We’ve partnered with Discovery Education to bring you handcrafted guides and practice problems reviewed by a team of educational experts to ensure you’re getting the best information possible.

Our content is written by real people who remember what it’s like to be a kid in a math classroom – and we’re ready to help your student on their academic journey.

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