Get a child off to a great start in maths! Keeps them occupied and out of trouble. Times Table Tutor makes an ideal gift for a child at any time of the year. Whether its a, birthday, easter, christmas or just a present. Why not help a child today!
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Speaking Add and Subtract Tutor 1.0.0 Give your child the best start to their education with our maths activities software. Our software gives your child a solid base to build on adding and subtraction. Help a child to master the start of mathematics with Speaking Add and Subtract Tutor
Exercise Books Screen Saver 1.0.0 These high quality Math and English exercise books in this set are approved for use in schools across the country. Each exercise book contains forty-eight pages, providing your child ample space to complete their work in their home books
Description: Makes times tables fun to learn for your kids. Get a child off to a great start in maths! Keeps them occupied and out of trouble. Times Table Tutor makes an ideal gift for a child at any time of the year. Whether its a, birthday, easter, christmas or just a present. Why not help a child today! The best start you can give your child is by creating a solid base with the essentials of mathematics. Times tables are one such essential and you can help you child to master this with the Speaking Times Tables Tutor.
Multiplication Master 1.01 Multiplication Master will quiz your child with randomly generated sums from their times tables. As a reward every 20 correct answers a video is shown Multiplication Master is an
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