Published at Friday, March 15th, 2019 - 04:16:00 AM. Worksheet. By Pascaline Gautier.
About a year ago we went away on a family holiday to Wales. We were in the car for around 7 hours. That’s right, 7 hours with bored kids and frustrated parents. Usually, when we are going to be in one place for a long time, I take some things for the kids to do but as you can imagine they had exhausted everything I had brought along within the first 4 hours. It was at this time, in desperation, that I decided to take action. So, I started creating little games. You know those kind of I spy games. But I took it further and started to write quizzes. But ones that were relevant to being on a journey. For example, I would tell everyone to look out for a speed sign and as soon as we all heard the speed on the speed sign we would write down all the ways we could think of to make that number. It seems so simple but games like this kept us busy for hours. And the kids loved it. In fact, even I found it fun.
None of this is true, of course. So, first you need to bite your tongue. Secondly, get your child interested in math from an early age. Math does not have to be about columns and columns of figures, and the sooner you can introduce your child to math in a fun way the better. Mathematics worksheets can help you do this, with pages of fun exercises that will teach your child the basic principles they need. This helps you, as you don’t have to write out pages of math exercises and try to make them interesting – it also helps your child. A good set of kids math worksheets will present math in an exciting way, incorporating lessons of quantity, counting and writing numbers in a way that children understand and relate to. Mathematics worksheets should use different methods to teach your child the principles of addition and subtraction to make sure they understand the concept, not just learn the answers by rote. A decent set of worksheets will use step-by-step methods to help your child progress from the first steps in number recognition and counting, to more complicated sums and word problems.
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