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Math

In math, there is only one answer to 1+1: 2. Not so when learning the answer to this math example. There are so many different paths your child's brain can take to learn math concepts. Your child may learn with visual conceptualization, solving word problems through reasoning. Or your child may use a series of sequences as she talks her way through the learning process to determine the answer. Or your child may prefer to do his calculations by picturing the problem through mental images. Your child may not even be aware of the route his brain travels, since the process happens so quickly. However, if your child struggles with language, it's best to solve his math problem by training him to use visual images and pictures, such as diagrams, graphs, maps and conceptual or sequential organizers. Try the math games featured below to enforce math skills in a positive way.
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