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Help your child with maths

Sue Atkinson

Help your child with maths

a parents" handbook

by Sue Atkinson

  • 202 Want to read
  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Headway in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

StatementSue Atkinson.
SeriesPositive parenting series
The Physical Object
Pagination198p. :
Number of Pages198
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22638898M
ISBN 10034060767X
OCLC/WorldCa32388719


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Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply. Reduce the stress of studying algebra, geometry, and statistics and help your child with their maths homework, following Carol Vorderman's unique visual maths book.

Help Your Kids with Maths shows parents how to work with their kids to solve Pages: To help your child connect her ideas through reading, encourage her to look carefully at the book itself and then discuss her ideas about the book's meaning, noting the author and illustrator.

Next, read the book aloud (with a sense of drama and humor, as appropriate) and straight through, without questions or comments from your child. Book Addition and Subtraction Age 4–5. Progress with Oxford. This activity book will help to develop your child’s mathematics skills, whilst ensuring they have fun.

They will quickly learn to add and subtract numbers and learn how to count on and back to find the correct answers. Includes stickers and a progress chart. Buy on Amazon. How to Help a Child Who Hates Maths. We don’t all have to be maths geniuses, but we can all be confident with a range of maths skills.

There are lots of things you can do to help your child get over maths anxiety and feel more confident with maths. Make Maths Useful.

One of the biggest complaints my child has about maths is that it’s. How to help your child learn key English and Maths skills.

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Help your child write an alphabet letter, then go letter hunting in your house or in a book to find that letter; Let your child see you writing – you can use your first language.

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This guide has been created to help you support your child on their Year 1 maths journey. It includes a clear flowchart of what your child will have learnt by the end of year one and offers easy-to 5/5(1). Doing Mathematics with Your Child, Kindergarten to Grade 6: A Parent Guide. NOTE TO PARENTS.

What are the connections to the curriculum. The activities in this guide were selected to help your child see math in everyday activities. Knowing how to help your child learn times tables at home is something that causes many parents to panic. With times tables (or multiplication tables/facts depending on your child’s school) often proving problematic to young minds, it can be very tricky to turn the tide on these particular maths problems and make them seem second nature to your child.

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