Graphing in math class can seem like an abstract concept that a child will never use again. However graphing is used frequently in real life. One way that the concept of graphing is commonly used is in reading a map. You can give your child real life graphing practice by using an atlas. Start with Graphing Basics When reading a graph in math class,
Memorizing math facts can be extremely difficult for some children. If this is the case with your child, there are some tips and tricks you can show them to help them remember some of the basic subtraction facts. Count Back Subtracting one or two from another number can be accomplished simply by counting backwards from the starting number. If the problem is 7 –
Real Life Fractions How many times have you heard your children complain that they will never use the math they are learning in real life? Children have a hard time seeing how math is used in life, especially concepts like fractions. There are some ways you can show your child how fractions are used in real life. Recipes Because measurements in recipes are often
Laundry Math I don’t know about you, by my little ones love to help me with chores around the house. And I love to let them help. Well, maybe not “love” because it does make the chores take longer, but I do let them because I know that it is good for them. One of the chores they help with the most is laundry.
Do any of you remember drilling the multiplication facts over and over again? Or going through flashcards repeatedly until you had memorized them all? Of course, memorizing multiplication facts is extremely important for a child. (It will make all of math much easier in the future.) However, it is hard for a child to simply memorize facts if they don’t really understand how multiplication
Even if your child understands the basic math operations like addition and subtraction, chances are they still get somewhat confused by story problems. Story problems can be overwhelming for a number of reasons. Maybe your child struggles to read all the words in the problem. Maybe they just don’t know what to do with all those numbers. Whatever the reason, story problems can be
Math Flashcards Flashcards are a necessary part of every child’s life. After all, memorizing the basic math facts is one of the keys to succeeding in math. But math flashcards don’t have to be boring and repetitive. There are several games you can play with your child to make learning math facts fun. Beat the Clock The only thing needed for this game is
how to introduce your child to the concept of square numbers. You can begin by teaching them that the square of any number is that number multiplied by itself.
Tips on teaching your kids math at home.