Working Through Math Struggles in Homeschool – Mini Series – Intro – 5 Days of Homeschool…

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It’s so common it makes me wonder why we still throw such mind-bending math problems at our poor young children.

I’m talking about struggles with grade level math.

I struggled with math at some point in my childhood. My daughter is having her troubles with fractions and division. And when I talk to other moms…yep, math. It’s out there.

What can you do for your child struggling in grade level math?

That’s what I want to do in this coming mini-series (and I do mean mini). Help you find ways to help your child struggling in math.

Next week I’ll talk about personal math struggles in our own homeschool and what I’m trying to overcome them. Maybe some of this will help you and your child. And if so? Then I’m glad!

Some Interesting Reading While You Wait….

Math Instruction Time: More is Not Necessarily Better

How Much Math, Science Homework is Too Much?

5 Things to Never Say to a Child Struggling in Math

Formal Arithmetic at Age Ten, Hurried or Delayed?

5 Days of Homeschool Annual Blog Hop - 2017

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