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2nd Grade Math: What Happens
Second grade math starts with a review of the basics from first grade and then moves to a series of new skills. Find out...
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Tap into Your Child's Talents to Master Math
Is your child a visual or a kinesthetic learner? Here's how to use your child's strengths to build math skills at home.
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First Grade Math: What Happens
First grade math is generally made up of skills that can be divided into groups such as number sense, geometry,...
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4th Grade Math: What Happens
Fourth grade math is characterized by skill building and growth. Your child has learned many new mathematic concepts...
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What Does It Mean to Do Mathematics?
Engaging in the science of pattern and orderin doing mathematicsis effortful and often takes time. There are lots of...
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Helping Children Learn Math Facts
The time you will invest in setting up a math facts program will be well worth it. Number lines, charts, counters, and...
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What Does Effective Mathematics Instruction Look Like?
As a result of recent efforts to strengthen the mathematics curricula in our nation's schools, from basic through more...
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How Children Learn Mathematics
Suppose you were told that you must learn the “fact” ΩTM∂_. How would you learn it? You would probably need to...
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Traditional Views of Mathematics
Traditional Views of Mathematics Most adults will acknowledge that mathematics is an important subject, but few...
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Connecting Mathematics and Other School Subjects
Although it is necessary and important that we set aside a particular time of every school day for the study of...
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