Tyler Shows His Raceway Addition Skills: Plus a Great Tip at the End!

TylerRacewayMath4x6RE@L Logo 60pxDo you remember Tyler? You may have seen some pictures of my Grandson Tyler these past few weeks. He is now 7 years old and in second grade. He mentioned lately that, after this great summer vacation, his number skills needed a little working on. They were not what they were in June when school closed.

So, we agreed that more practice with his addition skills would help. He loves his iPad Mini, so we bought RE@L’s Raceway Math Addition game. addition He is now off and racing against time with his RE@L Raceway Car to improve his skills.

We thought we’d make a video on his progress. Tyler’s highest score is now 177 mph on his Raceway Addition skills.  He thinks he can go even faster. Whatever, his skills are sure getting a lot better.

Click the arrow on this picture below. Watch Tyler’s video and listen and learn!

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At the end of the video below, Tyler’s got a tip on how to be a winner and to stay a winner!

Stay Tuned for More Tyler Trailers!

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Tom King & Dale LaFrenz

Dr. Tom King has served for over 40 years as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Saint Thomas in the School of Education. The Saturn School of Tomorrow, formerly a St. Paul Public School, and his visionary response to educational reform, was a lighthouse on the frontier of school change. Tom was an experienced high school teacher of mathematics, a school administrator, and Director of Technology for the St. Paul MN Public Schools. He is also a member of the RE@L Team. Dr. Dale LaFrenz is Chairman of RE@L and one of the founders of MECC Software who brought “Oregon Trail” to millions of K12 kids everywhere. He has written extensively on the history and evolution of Ed Tech. His work in forging new paths for MECC’S “edutainment" software was instrumental in connecting school-markets, kids, teachers and consumer-markets/kids/parents, and now serves as the new launching pad for RE@L apps and software.

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