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Games are inherently motivating. If you want to practice math with your children it is easier to get them to say “yes!” to a game than doing math in a workbook. Games offer a way to connect, talk, and laugh with your child. It may be a highlight in the day for both of you.
Playing Games is a Great Way to Practice Math
Math games using strategy encourage children to think about numbers in new ways. Games, with an element of speed increase numerical fluency. Different games provide different opportunities for different children to shine. Kids who struggle in algebra may discover that they have an aptitude for banking when they play monopoly. You will also get insight into a child’s mathematical thinking.
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