Published at Wednesday, 06 March 2019. Addition. By Renaud Clermont.
Before tackling your child's math problems, it's helpful to understand the curriculum and why certain types of math lessons are difficult for young children. 3rd grade math curriculum typically includes multiplication and division, which children often struggle with. Kids will have especially pronounced problems when multiplying and dividing if they've had problems with addition and subtraction in the past or if they simply haven't spent much time practicing these basic skills. Children may also have trouble seeing the patterns in multiplication tables, which will make it much more difficult for them to keep up with their classmates. Multiplication tables can be difficult to approach and kids who understand the relationship between division and multiplication will be able to absorb lessons much more easily.
Start by memorizing the sets of two numbers that add up to ten (3 + 7, etc.). Then memorize the sums of two "like" numbers (7 + 7, etc.) through 10 + 10. The same procedure applies to learning multiplication. Begin with 2 x any digit (2 x 4, etc.), then follow with "like" digits (4 x 4, etc.). These kinds of things need to be memorized well enough for very fast responses. These are the necessary first steps that will help ensure future success in math.
Attributing temperament personalities to the 4 processes helps a great deal toward a greater understanding as well as proper, successful use. Colorful costumes, along with stories and plays, characterize and illustrate each one's unique traits and the way they all interact. This can also be a first look at how math intersects and interconnects on a deep and vital level, while giving it a dynamic and interesting face that will easily hold any student's attention and interest.
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