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The foundation for mathematics learning starts early, building on the curiosity and enthusiasm of young children and grows naturally from their experiences.
True or False: child + summer vacation = loss of math skills. The answer can depend on you.
Standards for science and math are closely related: They both rely on problem-solving tools such as observation, comparison, measurement, and communication.
Here are 5 ways to incorporate math learning into summer fun with your kids.
When Alex Kajitani started teaching math , he could barely get his students to sit still, let alone listen to him. So he started rapping.
Have a jar full of coins just waiting to be dumped into Coinstar? Why not use those coins to teach your child about math and money?
American students do many things well. But for the past decade or so, math has not been one of them.
Concern that the United States was falling behind in the areas of math and science triggered major national reforms in these areas in the 60's and 70's.
This competition challenges your child to imagine the technology of the future.
Here's a guide to teaching your child how to brainstorm productively.
How does President-elect Barack Obama plan to improve math, science and tech education? Find out here.
There are things you can do to make math more fun. Here are three tips:
Students may struggle with math due to environmental factors such as curriculum materials or personal factors such as lack of attention span and poor memory.
As athletes gather for the upcoming Olympic Games, it's the perfect moment to introduce your child to some related mathematical concepts!
In the past, high school geometry required a big jump in reasoning skills from elementary mathematics. Nowadays, instruction is becoming more preparatory.
Got a bag of goldfish crackers?  Got a little one?  Got some extra time?  Try this fun math lesson.
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