## Primary Math Games – Attitude and Mastery

Hello, Cassandra is back yet again – This time to talk about the attitude of a **Primary Math Games** player. If you would like to jump straight to the game that fully changed my attitude towards math, click here.

### The Attitude before playing Primary Math Games

Recently I got an email from a little girl, she was talking about how excited she is about math, and how she can’t wait to be a master of maths. With that kind of attitude there is no way you can fail math. You must have the correct attitude towards math, otherwise it is quite difficult to be a master of math. When I was younger, I hated math, and was no where near being a *Primary Math Games* Player, so obviously, you can imagine how my math grades were – Yep. They were absolutely disastrous. My parents weren’t quite so happy with me and my math grades.

## The Primary Math Games Player

I haven’t actually played MathRider in a while after I mastered it. When I mastered MathRider, I thought *That’s it. I’ve mastered it a few time**s already and I’m a master of it and will never need to do it again. *But, when I decided to try out MathRider again a few days ago, I found that I really wasn’t a master anymore, and I would really need to brush up on my addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication skills so that I would remain a master forever.

As with everything in life, if you stop practicing, you wont be a master anymore. So, I re-mastered MathRider again, and I learned that it is actually useful to do it

## Success of a Primary Math Games Player

So now, I always practice MathRider once in a while to make sure that I’m still a master and don’t forget any of it.

When I mastered the game, was again a Master of Maths, I thought to myself *I’ll always be a master, if I practice once every few weeks.
*Attitude is very important when practicing math, if you keep thinking Its Crap, it will become more and more crap. I used to think like that. This math game helped me: MathRider. It helped me to understand that math really isn’t crap. Math is a game. Math is a puzzle and a heroic quest.

*So, every few weeks or so, I play the Primary Math Game.*

Whenever I feel myself forgetting any of the important subtraction or addition questions, or it takes me a bit longer to think of, I practice MathRider, to keep my math skills fresh and master the Primary Math Game, MathRider.

I hope I helped you and your children on the quest to finding the perfect math game.