11 Ways to Help Your Child Learn Math
Learn how to capitalize on your child's innate understanding of general math concepts and give her a head start.
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Though they can’t always articulate them, children have a basic knowledge of mathematical concepts long before they begin kindergarten. Toddlers, for example, often sort objects as a form of play. Even before they have the vocabulary to describe what is going on, they can understand that one pile of blocks has more than another, or that Mommy is big and they are small. Older children can grasp the ideas of size, weight, number, and order.
Parents can help their children become ready to learn math when they enter school by introducing various activities and vocabulary into their daily lives. Here are some suggestions to help you along.
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