Math Resources

Tipsmath

  1. Attitude: whatever it takes to breathe, relax and move forward with math issues together with your child. Stress is “catching”.  Tips for addressing math anxiety
  1. Tools: highlighters, graph paper, pencils, eraser, ruler, calculator
  1. Skills: knowledge of times tables, knowledge of time (seconds, minutes, hour, weeks in a year, months in a year), math vocabulary (more than, less than, etc.)
  1. Critical thinking about math: what makes sense? Look at the bigger picture
  1. Organization: binder, math notes, uninterrupted time, comfortable work space
  1. Practice math: Use weekly grocery store ads, practice times tables, look for numbers and math in your own environment (temperature, gas prices per litre, paying 15% tax on the dollar, etc.)

Resources

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