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12/13/2017

Make Math Easier for Your Child

Math may not be the most enjoyable subject for many students, but that doesn't mean it has to be awful. In fact, there are a number of ways you can get your child more comfortable with math and help them develop their abilities in the subject. Use these tips to make math a bit easier for them.

Get a Head Start

Young children can benefit from practicing math at a very early age. Don't expect your two-year-old to solve algebra problems, but do give them a basic understanding of certain concepts. Introduce them to shapes and patterns and then move on to numbers and values. These simple lessons can help them develop a great basic foundation before heading to school.

Practice Math Daily

Encourage your child to practice math every day at home. If they only practice it at school, they'll have a harder time applying it to their daily life. Try pointing out how often they use math daily so that it becomes much more real to them and not just something in a textbook. By applying it to their daily life, they may even start to enjoy it more.

Play Math Games

Math doesn't have to be boring or simply academic, it can also be tons of fun. Many boardgames include some aspects of math like adding up points, counting money, and quantitative reasoning. If your child is bored while helping you run errands, have them play math games on their tablet. Look for these types of opportunities that include math but that are also fun.

Math Tutoring in Oro Valley AZ

To help your child develop their math skills further, enroll them in tutoring in Oro Valley. The Tutoring Center, Oro Valley AZ offers a number of academic programs focused on math, reading, and writing. Give them a call at (520)-219-4112 to learn more about how your child can benefit from these programs.

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