How many of these super-cool maths tricks do you know? Have a look.
Incidentally, did you know that your child's ability to do maths depends, among others, on their Learning Style:
- If you ask a child who needs movement to sit still and memorise a times-table, you’re unlikely to get good results. You would do far better if you allowed them to walk around or play hopscotch on a makeshift map of times-tables.
- Tactile children, would love to use Koosh balls and learn better by using self-correcting learning tools (flip chutes, electro boards) and other hands-on activities.
- Auditory children benefit from making tapes of their lessons (either recording their teachers in class, or reading the material themselves out loud). E.g., chanting the times-tables.
- Kinesthetic children may make schoolwork more interesting by miming the lesson or staging a production.
What is your child's Learning Style? Discover it today.
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