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With so many options out there, you should have no problem providing your child with what they need. And if one doesn’t work for your kid, you can always try another. Feel free to comment below to share what has worked for your child. Are there particular centers or tutoring companies that you have enjoyed […]

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Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Beaty Salt in His Shoes: Michael Jordan in Pursuit of a Dream by Doloris Jordan ———————— Ultimately, we want kids to feel good about their work, welcome challenges, see mistakes as learning opportunities, and enjoy the learning process. With your support, your child can take on math with confidence and […]

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  At the start of my teaching career, I began accumulating books that I would use to introduce math topics in my classroom. After initially discovering Betcha! by Stuart J. Murphy, I would go on to find out about his full book series– the most complete and wide-ranging collection of math picture books for elementary […]

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Are you looking for an extracurricular learning program for your child to enrich his or her math skills? With many options out there, it can be hard to know what’s best for your young one. I have visited and looked into multiple businesses to learn what separates them including their philosophies and processes. One of these, […]

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  Math games are not just fun to play, they can also be a highly effective way to help your child, with a long list of benefits. Kids respond to learning when engaged, challenged, and enjoying their tasks. There is quite a difference when kids are active participants! Games create a context for developing math […]

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  Are you looking for an extracurricular learning program for your child to enrich his or her math skills? With many options out there, it can be hard to know what’s best for your young one. I have visited and looked into multiple businesses to learn what separates them including their philosophies and processes. One of […]

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  To encourage young mathematicians to be passionate learners, it is important to develop their mindset. Parents and teachers should be aware of its connection to learning and develop their own abilities to not simply teach subject matter but to also nurture the way of thinking of their kids and students. Carol Dweck, a Stanford […]

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What is STEAM? Why is it important? You may have heard of STEM, a way of teaching that uses the relationship between science, technology, engineering, and mathematics as a way to promote learning and innovation in the classroom. However, a big part of innovation was missing from that equation—art and design—and so, STEAM was born. […]

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I love using literature throughout the year in my math class—the students are consistently engaged, and books regularly spark many rich discussions. Typically, multiplication and division are introduced starting in third grade, and literature can help illustrate and elucidate the new topics. And, as you move up in grade level, books help to reinforce study. […]

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As parents, you may have noticed less emphasis on algorithms and memorization in mathematics and more emphasis on “sense-making” since the time when we were kids in elementary school. A big piece of this process is using manipulatives– toys that are used as teaching tools to engage students in the hands-on learning of math– in the classroom.   […]

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