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## Liven Increase Homeschool Math Curriculum With Fun Family Games And Songs!

## por Devon Nealy (2022-06-24)

But before getting there lets looks at the core of this article... math anxiety. Surely some of you must be thinking, what on the earth is that and how do I find that out.

Because we live in a world where grades and formalized assessments are so important, work with the system by differentiating assessment for learning and assessment of learning.

The answer for the above question is hidden in a simple example. I always give the example of stairs to my students, and giving the same example in this article. I compare the steps of a staircase to the concepts in mathematics. As this is very hard to reach higher floors of a building without stairs (or elevators these days), same way learn higher concepts in mathematics without learning basic concepts is very hard.

Everyone learns in three ways - visual (seeing), auditory (hearing), and kinesthetic (hands-on). Most people have a preferred learning style, or webpage favor a blend of two. Try to study math using approaches that fit your style. If you're unsure how you like to learn, try all of these ideas and webpage keep what works best for you.

It needs to be determined quickly where the child is picking up these negative attitudes. It might be from day care, a baby sitter, an older sibling, or even a parent. Having the source be a parent is actually the easiest to fix.

Ascending order means starting from the smallest number. Descending order is starting from the biggest number. Get your child used to these and other Math terms for an easier time in school.

The first step - acknowledging you have a problem - is done, so what now? Take a week off from the difficulties you've been having with your Math classes or test preparation (do this in the Summer please!) and get ready to have some Math Fun. Math is an integral component of the coolest things in the world! Build a bottle rocket! Organize a paper airplane competition! Go play bowling with your buddies! Design a Circuit! I could keep on going; math is part of absolutely everything! How fast is the tempo on that song, what rhythm are you using to recite this poem, how fast are you running down a field - everything. Make this week of Math-love just fun, no need to calculate things with pencil and pad as long as you're taking the time to appreciate how these different things interact together.

And if you just fill in worksheets without you working out the problem, you will not get the concept. When a student copies the answers, does not work out the problem themselves, the student has not mastered the material. Yes work together to solve the worksheet, that is different. If you participate in helping to solve the problem with your classmates, then you are learning the material. But you are not fooling anyone by just copying the answers.