Published at Wednesday, 06 March 2019. Addition. By Marianne Bouthillier.
Third grade math can be difficult for some children, as they're expected to draw upon their experience from K-2 to tackle relatively complex math problems including multiplication and division. As a parent, you should work with your child during this crucial period in his or her education, as struggling kids will undoubtedly continue to struggle unless they receive encouragement, differentiated instruction and plenty of practice.
The 4 temperaments were first discovered and used for medical and philosophical purposes some 2,500 years ago by Hippocrates and Plato, respectively. This concept resurfaced in the Middle Ages, and though the causal links between them and health and personality have not stood the test of time, more recent personality analysis via the 4 temperaments is effectively and widely used. They can be successfully applied to your homeschool math curriculum as well.
Applying personalities to elements of your homeschool math curriculum can bring out the social nature of the subject, and also reflect on your students' interaction with others. This can not only enhance family, peer, and community relationships, but also make math more vital in a supported and relevant way. When the heart is engaged, any subject is easier to teach and learn. Make your homeschool math curriculum lessons exciting, fun, and successful by insuring that they are more user-friendly, personable, and practical.
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