Helping Children Learn Math Facts
- Count to at least 18 for addition and subtraction facts. (Count to at least 81 for multiplication facts.)
- Correctly count a given number of items. (Can your child see 3 buttons or 14 dots and count that number of items correctly?)
- Identify numbers and show what those numbers mean. (5 means five / / / / / items.)
Once the above prerequisite skills are in place, it is time to teach strategies and tricks to help your children memorize math facts! Once you get started, you and your child will see that it does not take up a lot of time, and it is easy, and even fun to learn math facts.
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