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FIVE SIGNS THAT YOUR CHILD IS STRUGGLING WITH MATH
Oct 11, 2017
First Step to Solving the Problem Is Identifying It
- Math grades are lagging, but student has good grades in other subjects.
- Student demonstrates negative sentiments/low self-esteem regarding math, with child expressing boredom or making comments like “I’m no good at math.”
- Missing key milestones. Addition/subtraction should be mastered by the end of 2nd or 3rd grade, multiplication and division by the end of 3rd–4th grade, fluency with fractions at the end of 5th–6th grade.
- Physical signs like counting on fingers suggest poor retention of number facts.
- Comments from the child’s teacher about “not working up to his or her full potential.”
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