Published at Friday, 10 May 2019. math worksheet. By Aubriana Lebrun.
“I think we have to teach kids from a very young age that it’s okay to make mistakes,” says Dr. Pagirsky. “It’s okay to be open to the experience of not knowing, it’s okay to not always have the answer. The best thing parents and educators can do is be there for those times when kids do struggle and reinforce that, hey, you’re working hard, you’re trying to do well, and I’m going to provide some help.”
You can also consider making math part of your bedtime routine. You might want to use Bedtime Math or a similar resource for ideas. Every day the Bedtime Math website and app features a new child-friendly math anecdote and related questions to pose to children of different ages and abilities.
Any adult can help develop math concepts in children, beginning at a grass roots level by practicing developmentally-appropriate, playful learning. “Mathemize” everyday experiences to ignite children’s curiosity and respond to questions with easy to relate to examples. Allow children to demonstrate competency and build confidence, by adding movement to increase engagement and a big dose of silliness to boost the fun.
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