As a parent, it can be difficult to know how to encourage your child to improve mathematics skills in a way that doesn't feel like drudgery. Teachers can help, and they want your child to succeed as well. Let's look at the top five
When school is on holiday over the summer or even during winter break, it's surprising how quickly academic skills get left behind. In fact, a Harvard study found that students lose an average of 2.6 months of math skills during the summer months. The
4 Activities to Support Mathematics Learning at Home For anyone who's accidentally chosen the wrong words to say something around a child, then you already know something: kids are like little sponges. Their brains are always developing, and the opportunity for learning is
Mathematics at Home: Games Keep Kids Sharp! If mathematics would be fun, then everyone would love doing it, right? Not exactly. Sometimes, all it takes is a change in attitude and just a little bit of skill development to make math fun.
The holiday season doesn’t have to be a holiday from learning — even if a child does have some time off school. It's all the more reason to keep little brains learning and thinking about mathematics at home when on break. Creating