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       The module used to display the sequence of exercises has been improved. Now, after a number of exercises, the child could play a logical game. The games are: the chess, a strategy game, chinese checkers and a memory game.



       To make our site visible for more than 30 languages we use google translation. This is an automatic translation without the intervention of human translators. But the translation quality isn't as good as we'd like it to be. We insert the English version and Romanian version and we verify the French version. Also we begin to have collaborators for other languages:

  • Mourad Siouane for Arabic version;
  • Jose Heredia for Spanish version;
  • Sekhar Arya for Hindi version; 

    Any help is welcome !


     For the children from the first grade we have create another exercise.

The exercise is to fill the missing numbers.

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We hope the children will enjoy our exercise :)


       We have begin to create a special module for children from 5 to 10 years where they can easily enter and do exercises. To enter in this module, search on home page the following image and click on:

       The advantages of this module:

  • No advertising;
  • The exercises can be displayed on the full screen;
  • Very nice animation;

       The module is created only in Adobe Flash Technology because we want to have a very nice interface for children. Also we hope the exercises are very nice and the children will love solving them.


Now we have 3 types of account on our site:

Why to have an account for students?

  • All the exercises done will be recorded and can be viewed by parents or teachers;
  • A student can participate in a class. The classes are created by teachers;
  • Once accepted in a class, the student can have homework to do;
  • Also, the parents can create homework for their children;

Why to have an account for parents?

  • You have the right to see the activities done by your children (student account);
  • A parent can create homework for his children;

Why to have an account for teachers?

  • You have the right to create classes for students (student account);
  • A teacher can create multilingual homework for their students and see the results. Each student can do the homework in his language;


            An automated attack which tries guessing your password can be done very easy and if your password is like “123456” the success is near 100%.

            The security system in question is CAPTCHA, designed to prevent automated hacker attacks where a computer is set up to constantly bombard an online system. The system ask you to enter some numbers displayed in an image. The numbers are not easy to be read by an automated system.

            It is a standard technology used by Microsoft, Yahoo, Google and many other commercial websites.


         The module of history is complete including more than 1300 mathematicians, with short description, and more than 3000 of photographs. The module has 5 sections:

  • The line of time - a finished cross-section for fast research per period;
  • Photo time - a section where you can find all the photographs;
  • Money - a section where you find moneys which was been printed with mathematicians;
  • Stamps - a section where you can find stamps with mathematicians;
  • Sketch   - Some sketchs with famous mathematicians;
  • Search - a section where you can find fast one or more mathematicians. Interesting is that you can search by the country of origin


       We have been included a new page, the page with the programs of the studies , where you can find the programs of the studies in electronic format(Ms Word or pdf) for each country or province (in the case when the programs are different for each provence as is the case of Canada).  After these programs we created the structure of the chapters and sub-chapters for each year of study and each country or provence.



" Fill in the grid so that every row, every column, and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 through 9. " .  That’s all there is to it.

There’s no math involved. The grid has numbers, but nothing has to add up to anything else. You solve the puzzle with reasoning and logic.

It’s fun. It’s challenging. It’s addictive!

Solving time is typically from 10 to 30 minutes, depending on your skill and experience.