Published at Wednesday, 06 March 2019. Addition. By Noble Alexis.
Too many children are moved from grade to grade without really knowing the easiest math facts. They can bluff their way along and pass tests by using fingers to count. Without correcting this problem, math becomes a "pain" and students dislike math class more and more. Almost every good job requires adequate math skills. Increasingly employers demand advanced math skills. Increasingly getting into college requires competency in math.
Many children start to show weaknesses in mathematics during the 2nd grade, as many classrooms introduce fractions, place values and other potentially difficult concepts. Addition and multiplication skills are also reinforced throughout the year, and if your child is struggling, he or she will likely continue to struggle without some help. Problems usually become evident towards the middle of the school year, as this is usually when children start falling behind and when new concepts are typically introduced. Fortunately, parents can help kids understand and perform 2nd grade math skills with some appropriate at-home practice.
When it finally dawn on you that you can't find a solution to your problem, go after your teacher immediately. Your teacher will be in a position to provide solution to the problem. You should not relent on your effort to solve the problem if the teacher turns you down or fix another appointment with you on your first visit, go to him/her again and again. You may also go to other mathematics teachers in the school if you find it difficult getting the attention of your math teacher. Your major goal is to solve a problem, so you should be ready to go to any length to achieve your aim.
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