Steers clear of “school-like” solutions

Our goals for Math learning

Enable children to reach their full potential.

Succeed in required exams (if any).

Encourage and develop creativity.

Foster and develop self-directed learning skills.

Nurture the ability to deal with problems and questions over time.

Thought-Provoking Ideas

Self-confidence and sense of worth

Facts that you need to Know

About children who are weak in math, learning disabilities, and dyscalculia

  • It’s important to remember that not every child is born to be a math genius, but every child can learn math with ease.
  • Every child has the potential to be successful in math.
  • If you’re wondering why some children struggle with math, you can click here to learn more.
  • With our constructivist approach, your child can overcome their math challenges and succeed.
  • A week of trial is all you need to see the difference between our program and others.
  • Don’t believe us? Try it for yourself!

Our method

Our method is based on the considerable experience amassed by entrepreneur Amiram Aricha, an engineer and math tutor who figured out what prevents many students from getting better at their schoolwork. After having greatly helped children who had been seriously struggling with their schoolwork, including kids suffering from learning disabilities, Mr. Aricha realized how much not succeeding can affect their self-confidence, and today, he can point out the difficulties that each child experienced, and how they can be overcome. He consolidated the methods he had used over the years into one trailblazing and holistic method.

 The principles of his methods are:


 Fun learning that encourages kids to practice on a regular base, and boosts their motivation 

Learning from doing, not from explanations

Reviewing the exercises to help kids gain a better grasp of the material

The psychological aspect

Making kids feel capable and confident in themselves, which helps them succeed

Kids learn through 12trix through a game that includes elements of arithmetic, so that the student enjoys while learning and ends up learning the basic concepts on his or her own, while playing a game.  

Your child will learn the following,  step by step:

Fundamental principles

Adding and subtracting until 100, including breaking down numbers into tens and ones, multiplication and division, including the multiplication table, unknowns and word problems.


Part of a larger whole, addition and subtraction, mixed numbers, expanding and contracting, comparisons, multiplication and division.

Computation speed

Answering questions quickly, finding a common denominator, factoring out, breathing and smiling when dealing with math problems.

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Natural learning
Maturity for learning
Normally distributed between the ages of 5-8
Age 6 for all children
progress pace
There are study jumps and a personal pace
Linear, same for all children
Attitude to mistakes
Mistakes are part of learning
Child must not make a mistake fear of making mistake
The child's attitude
Joy of learning
Mostly boring
What is all about?
See below
The grade is everything