Published at Friday, 10 May 2019. math worksheet. By Yolanda Guerin.
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.
Read-aloud a picture book with repetitive text. Pause to let child fill in the blank and continue the pattern. Make patterns with snack foods (e.g. pretzels, raisins, Cheerios) or candy (e.g. Skittles or M&M’s). Go on a scavenger hunt looking for patterns in nature (e.g. circular patterns in flowers, rings on tree trunks, or patterns on insects such as ladybugs or butterfly wings).
When a child asks question about homework, especially when the homework is getting advanced or it’s been a long time since you’ve thought about it, Dr. Pagirsky says it’s okay to say you don’t know. “Some people might feel the need to put more pressure on themselves to try to get it right.
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