Anonymous asks:

How can I help  students with a better understanding of Maths concepts?

Jonathan is 14.11 years and in Grade 8. His understanding of basic concepts mystifies me. He is left handed and if he adds 135, 6 and 72 he gets 1455. i got him to count by 2s and he got to 24 correctly; then he  jumped to 28,32,35, 44. Counting by 3s was worse. Ask him how many 2s in5 and his answer is one. What can I do to help him to understand basic concepts- especially the four operations? He is not always this way. Sometimes he gets all of his work correct or at least a B. On other days, he may be D or F and need extra help.Any suggestions?
In Topics: Helping my child with math
> 60 days ago


Answers (1)

toofan1 writes:
1.ask his why?
2.learn with video training
3.counting stars & operation about stars
> 60 days ago

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