Month: July 2013

Make It Easy For Your Child To Learn Math

You can help your child learn math and even make it easier for them if you use the right tools.

The article below will give you some suggestions on how to do this. Check it out and see if it helps you with your child.

Math is a very important subject for everyone to master. Mathematics is used in every area of life – in the home, on the job, and even in recreation.

The problem is that some people just don’t understand the concepts. This can be caused by different factors. Sometimes a child in school does not grasp the basic functions because of attention or classroom problems. This causes them to experience problems as each year new and more advanced tasks are added to their work.

Another thing that causes problems in math is that some people just aren’t as good at it as others. But for your child’s sake, you should take every measure you can find to improve their math skills. It will help them in the future to be able to function on the job and in the home.

Make Math Enjoyable

Math is learned through repetition, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun doing it. You can help your child become better at math by spending a few minutes a day working with them. Spending time with your child can strengthen your relationship and give you quality time together as well as help them academically.

There are software programs for the child to use themselves or worksheets to use for one-on-one tutoring. You can find programs that help tutor in the basics such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

After the basic functions have been mastered, you can find programs to help with more advanced operations. These topics would include decimals, fractions, percents, ratio, rounding, prime numbers, geometry and more. With exercises, tips and strategies, your child’s confidence and performance will grow.

Use a Variety of Math Exercises

Some tuition programs include math quizzes, puzzles, and challenges to develop mental sharpness. Presenting math topics in challenging and creative ways makes it more interesting and helps the child not to be discouraged.

You can enrich your child’s learning and help him advance at his own pace so he masters each subject. There are courses offered online that will grade and give advice as your child works through their program. You will find software programs set up as games that guide a child through different mathematical tasks. There are online sites that teach math through sports and other subjects that are interesting to children and teens.

Begin Working Now

Before you decide what software or worksheets to order, you can have your child take an online evaluation test. This will show you what their weaknesses and strengths are in math. Then you will know what areas to concentrate on to effectively improve their math skills.

Don’t delay in helping your children learn math. The longer you wait, the harder it will be for them to catch up on what they missed. Have a positive attitude and patience to help them enjoy their math work. Find a good program that is tailored to their needs. Then be consistent in working with them or encouraging them to work. You will be pleased at the good results, and your child will reap the benefits from your help for the rest of their life.

Chris Robertson is an author of Majon International, one of the worlds MOST popular internet marketing companies on the web. Learn more about Improve Your Child’s Math Skills or Majon’s Education directory.

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While these suggestions are very basic in nature, with a little imagination and looking back at some of our other posts, you can find many resources to help your child learn math while having fun doing it!

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Make Learning Math Fun For Your Child

Making math a fun subject for your child is always a challenge. So while researching this topic, I came across an article (that was almost a commercial) for some games which would help your child learn math while having fun. I checked them out and thought I’d share the article with you as the games look pretty good.

Math is fun for some people but kids may not find it so. These young ones have favorite pastimes that they like doing which keeps them entertained. Why shouldn’t math also be entertaining? Modern day children spend most of their time watching movies and playing computer games.

Can you ignore math in a children’s life?

This is an absolute no! This is a very important part of any children’s life because it is applicable in all spheres of the kid’s life. They will definitely meet math at work, in school, in their social life… just name any situation and you will realize that it cannot be ignored.

Making math more fun for kids

Many cool math games are available to help you engage kids with fun ways to make the children interested in math. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to force your kid to stop doing math? What if you have at your disposal so many ways through which you can encourage your children to learn math without so much effort?

Have you ever imagined getting your kids results from school that show steady improvement in math grades? Amazing, right?

What do you have to do to achieve this?

Believe it or not, you don’t have to do anything to achieve this. Because all the work has been done for you. Cool math games for kids allow you to ignite the passion for math in your kids whether in first second or third grade or a home-schooler with quality math games. These games are available for you in form of books that can be downloaded on your computer as fast as five minutes.

Developed by professionals who have tested the games on children in different class environments having different abilities, the games give you new and effective approaches that have taken many years to refine. What more does these games offer you?

Get creative. Use your own ideas which you think is suitable for your child.

Get all the resources you need. Do not spend more cash on books and software because the package comes with all the ideas you can ever need.

All you need is a printer and paper and you are good to go. You don’t need to spend a lot of cash on expensive materials.

Create a classroom environment that your child will feel happy to be part of.

The games are interesting and captivating for any child regardless of their ability or learning style. Use number or word problems to grab your child’s attention.

As much as the games are entertaining, they are challenging enough to grab the kid’s attention and make them try again and again.

These games are applicable in different settings, whether in class or at home.

You will get the flexibility you need. Print only the copies you need and only what is relevant for your kid.

So, let your kid know how to add, subtract, multiply, divide, master fractions, time, counting, percentages and many more games by doing them practically and using user-friendly interfaces. Whether you are a teacher or a parent, you will find this package easy to use and come up with unique ideas that will surely make math interesting for your kid!

Anna Perkins encourages you to get more information about how to make math more fun for your kids. Making math more fun for all kids should be a priority for parents and teachers.

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I hope you enjoyed the article.
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Does Math really Exist?

Here’s an interesting idea – is math really real or a creation of our human brain?

Check out this video about math as we know it – the relevant part goes up to the six minute mark.

Is Math a Feature of the Universe or a Feature of Human Creation? | Idea Channel | PBS
Math is invisible. Unlike physics, chemistry, and biology we can´t see it, smell it, or even directly observe it in the universe. And so that has made a lot …

So what do you think about this? Does math really exist?

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Math Games For Summer

Summer time is a time of care-free fun for children. A time when there are no tests, no homework and no school thoughts at all! However, it shouldn’t be a time for your child to lose 3 months of math development! So to make the math retention a little more palatable for your young one, I did a little research and found some games that you might consider purchasing and helping your child retain some of that valuable information that they learned in math class throughout the previous school year.

Some of these are great for the portable hand-held games that children like so much. And the nice thing is that you can get used games for a very reasonable price.

So check these out and see if there is something that your child would like.

Kids Learn Math: A+ Edition
publisher: Talking Stick Games
ASIN: B005DXG5GC
EAN: 0859462001007
sales rank: 3136
price: $11.99 (new), $11.69 (used)

Improve your grades with Learn Math – A+ Edition as your personal coach! Practice with exercises ranging from 5 to 20 rounds each as well as a variety of mini-games all focused on grades 1 through 4, featuring 5 categories that contain a total of 15 mini-games.

 

Math Blaster Prime Adventure NDS
publisher: Majesco Sales Inc., published: 2009-05-26
ASIN: B001FEO71S
EAN: 0096427015659
sales rank: 9468
price: $4.33 (new), $3.25 (used)

Features include:

•Practice math facts with the portability and easy-to-use touchscreen of NDS
•Stay interested with fast action and the Blaster narrative
•Experience the challenge of mastering 20 levels and three difficulty modes
•Play alone or go head-to-head with up to three friends
•Learn to perform math functions faster and with improved accuracy

Junior Brain Trainer Math
publisher: Maximum Games, published: 2011-03-02
ASIN: B0042RAX90
EAN: 0814290010423
sales rank: 11109
price: $9.38 (new), $7.49 (used)

The math game that is both fun and rewarding! Designed for children aged 6-12, Junior Brain Trainer Math Edition helps kids improve their math skills while challenging them with exciting games and puzzles. Make learning fun again with the game that keeps kids on their toes and eager to achieve higher goals!

Learn Math
publisher: DreamCatcher Games, published: 2010-03-01
ASIN: B001IK577C
EAN: 0625904717917
sales rank: 15933
price: $44.58 (new), $7.33 (used)

Numbers and calculations can be fun! Take your lessons “to go” on your Nintendo DS with Learn Math. Progress through 10 different topics to learn, practice, and repeat lessons based on a syllabus for grades 1-4. Become a math wizard in no time!

Math Blaster for 5th Grade
publisher: Knowledge Adventure
ASIN: B0007RQY0Q
EAN: 0051581024213
sales rank: 36920
price: $0.23 (used)

over 4000 word problems that help critical thinking skills – 3 levels

These all look like great games that will keep your child’s brain working over the summer and maybe help develop them a little more to get them ready for the coming school year!

Did you know that we offer summer classes at Mathnasium of Cherry Hill? Please call us at (856) 874-0050 for more info.

Have a great day!

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