Calculadder Curriculum Review

Calculadder is a series of six levels of math drills to aid in math fact mastery. It can be used alongside any curriculum and can benefit students at all grade levels.

Each level has 16 drills and is meant to last about one year. Each drill is repeated until mastery is achieved. Individual drills have time goals that range from two to five minutes.

Level 1 of this program contains drill in basic addition and subtraction facts. By Level 6 students are drilling fractions, percents, units of lengths, volume, weight, and temperature. This level also includes Roman numerals and geometric definitions and concepts.

Each level includes an instruction guide. Calculadder is available as a workbook, or as part of a CD-Rom called MasterPak. Each MasterPak includes three levels of drill and is easily printable from a computer. All grade levels can benefit from this program.

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