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Math Tips for Parents

From summer learning to year round math tips, find answers and advice for supporting your child in mathematics.

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Learn how to develop a positive attitude towards math.



fatherandsontangramsWorkbooks – Work = Truly Fun Math
Kids will embrace and excel at math if we make it a part of playtime. Find out how!



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Find math activities to inspire inventive and creative thinking.



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Find out when it’s time to get your child extra help.



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Get easy tips for summer math learning.



MathWhat’s Singapore Math?
Learn all about Singapore math, an approach to teaching elementary math that many school are implementing.



Girl solving a math problemSupporting Your Child in Middle School Math
Every parent can benefit from these tips for supporting children who struggle with middle school math.



More Tips for Parents:

  • Jessica Jacquet

    My wolf cut-out likes addition and subtraction. My zebra cut-out also likes addition and subtraction. My wolf cut-out is seven months old. I am teaching my animal cut-outs addition and subtraction. I am also teaching them multiplication. My zebra cut-out likes phonics. Phonics is one of my favorite subjects. I also like math. I also like Spanish. I am a twenty-six-year-old woman. I like astronomy. I also like ichthyology. My Hawaiian Butterfly Fish cut-out is ten months old. My mouse/elephant cut-out is three days old. Someday my mouse/elephant cut-out will learn astronomy.

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