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6 lucky winners will receive a 12 month subscription to Mathletics valued at $99 each!

Mathletics is a captivating online learning space providing children with all the tools they need to be successful learners, both at home and in the classroom and beyond.

For parents, we understand how important it is to support your child’s education. Whether you’re looking to give them a little extra help, or you’d like to expand their knowledge, Mathletics is the perfect solution to help.

Used by over 4 million students around the world, Mouths of Mums are giving your child the chance to win one of six x 12 month subscriptions valued at $99 each.

Please note this competition is open from 4th October 2017 until 4th November 2017 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. K. DURLING - VIC
  2. L. Cowan - QLD
  3. P. Wheeler - VIC
  4. L. Porter - QLD
  5. T. Hall - WA
  6. R. Marchionna - VIC
  • It wouldn’t be for me or my daughter. I would pass this onto my friend for her son in grade 2. Im not sure what exactly he needs help with but I know he does have trouble with maths,


  • Long sentence question need to be attended after more practice would be less challenge. Interactive online will help kids better understanding and fun in same time. Maths definitely need little help to boost confidence.


  • My youngest son Archie and Algebra don’t gel!
    Those numbers and ‘strange’ variables never ring a bell.
    His love for Language and Maths is like a great ‘divide’.
    I hope Mathletics can provide his lifelong guide.
    Archie can excel in his primary school studies,
    And ace Austen together with Archimedes!


  • My daughter struggles with numeracy in general and she needs constant repetition in order to grasp a concept. Mathletics would be amazing for my daughter to help her catch-up to her classmates and to enter next year not behind.


  • There simply isn’t enough time in his school day for maths!! He loves it and has found his passion!


  • My son gets the plus and multiply signs confused. We made up a saying, if it looks like a cross then we add, if it looks like an x then we multiply.


  • He has trouble distinguishing numerals, he is much better working with visual cues.


  • My children haven’t started with maths yet so the road is very long ahead. I’d love for them to grasp it early.


  • There is maths everywhere and my son likes it but isn’t able to understand it clearly so illustrations will help him heaps. He picks up easily through visuals.


  • Having to concentrate in a large class of just over 30 children he struggles with the noise and distractions. He loves learning and maths but works better at home.


  • He loves it, but finds it hard to concentrate in class, as it is noisy and has over 30 children in it.


  • Being on the spectrum he gets confused with fractions a lot! We try to help him but he still struggles a bit. A computer ‘Game’ might help him as he loves his reading eggs !


  • My son loves maths but has taken a little to understand measurements. He kicks butt with money counting.


  • Division


  • Remembering where he was up to, he can easily get carried away counting and then lose count! very frustrating for him.


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