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Math Help for Parents
Itís never too soon or late to arm yourself with information to help your children succeed in school, especially math. Here are some tips to keep in mind to help your child even if you donít like math.
Math Travel Games
Gas prices are high. So, my family and others have opted to take shorter road trips. Our family vacation and the four hour trip to Dallas for family graduations made me think of possible math travel games and activities. Hopefully, these games will postpone the question, "Are we there yet?"
Introducing Algebra - Unknown Variables
Making sense of unknown variables
Math Riddles and Rhymes by Tang
Books of math riddles and rhymes,and brain teasers by Geg Tang.
Math Story Books - Various
Story books with math concepts. These reviews include counting, multiplication, geometry to show that math and reading make great partners.
Multiplication Facts - 11s
Donít let eleven timetables frighten you. They are full of patterns which make mental math and memorization easier than you think.
Measuring Penny - Measurement Book Review
An excellent book to introduce measurement using standard and non-standard units.
Multiplication Tips - 1s, 3s, 6s, 7s
Multiplication tips for 1s, 3s, 6s, and 7s
Multiplication Tips - 2s, 4s, 8s
Strategies to reinforce multiplication facts for 2s, 4s, and 8s
Multiplication - Unique Timetable Patterns - 5s
Do you know any other patterns for 5īs besides the answer ends in a 5 or 0? Take a look at a few other patterns that may help strugging students.
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