Good day to all. Unfortunately, I have problems with math. I didn't have such difficulties in high school, but now I'm in college and I can't solve mathematical equations at all. Do you know who can help me with this other than a tutor?
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Free games for 1st graders and more are great for developing the skills necessary for a child's early development. In addition to establishing basic counting skills, children will also learn how to compare numbers. This is done through the use of manipulating objects on a number line and identifying the differences between numbers of one digit and those of ten digits. Games such as Connect Counting, Match the Seasons, and Crossy Chicken are excellent tools to help children strengthen their counting skills.
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