Be Organized & Calm

We have created the Back to Basics math app because we are parents dedicated to our children, and we'd do anything to support their success. Life is hard and it seems that the world has an uncertain road ahead. We ask ourselves, "What does it take to make it? Furthermore, how do we flourish?" One of the things we do is follow closely to what people are finding in science and technology, because it is here where we invest our hope for a brighter tomorrow. We rise to the challenges we face today with an organized and calm demeanor.

When it comes to math...

...how do we best learn?

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We want to inspire you as you inspire your children. We want to have monthly events that bring the digital world into a tangible reality called Novacon. We'll have robots the kids can play with, and we'll riff on the NASA space camp theme, so we can celebrate our children's exploration and discovery. There's the ticket! Admission to the Novacon is given when your child reaches her goal on the Back to Basics math drills app.

Back to Basics

An app for mastery

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Inspire and Be Inspired

Above all, we want to connect with other families dedicated to making a difference in the lives of their children. Does this resonate with you? Let's do this. Let's raise our children with abundant resources and opportunities to explore. Sign up to our mailing list for inspiration along the way. We have our electromagnets turned up for cool and interesting information about encouraging mathematical development. As it turns out, age 5-9 is an interesting time for math development, and that's just what the Back to Basic app is all about.

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Back to Basics will be our flagship application

Our own research into traditional math fundamentals makes us confident that the average student will see a 5-10% jump in their math grade simply by using our app for 15 minutes a day.

But our app goes further than just math practice - we've taken the best research available on student performance, and incorporated it into the app design to improve things like self control, working memory, and drive.

 

Do what top countries are already doing to succeed

"Back to Basics" is a return to what school systems have done for decades, and what the top performing countries in math continue to do - ensure that students master the fundamentals of math through focused repetition. There aren’t shortcuts to making you a better soccer player, violinist, or math student. You have to put in the work if you want to be proficient.

 

Thrive in the sport of learning!