Published at Wednesday, 06 March 2019. Addition. By Noble Alexis.
Since math is the most likely of all your homeschool subjects to be taught and learned in an abstract way, you may very well see a corresponding lack of liveliness, interest, and enthusiasm for the subject. But you can make it more agreeable and inviting by infusing and enlivening it with a bit of character and personality. This enhancement, beyond being merely utilitarian, also touches on the true nature and deeper qualities of math.
Introduce each of the numbers in the first grade, attending to each one individually by using stories and images that capture its unique essence. Devote a full teaching block of three to four weeks to the numbers 1-12 by telling and illustrating classic stories about such relevant subjects as the sun for the number 1, or bees and a beehive for the number 6. This is an investment that will yield a lasting and positive relationship with math for all of your students, while insuring the overall success of your homeschool math curriculum.
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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