Parents, if there’s one golden nugget of math advice we can pass along to help you set your family up for math success, this Washington Post op-ed by Petra Bonfert-Taylor sums it up: Stop telling kids you’re bad at math. You are spreading math anx..
Keep it light!Winter break is a time for kids to unwind, step away from academic responsibilities, and enjoy quality time with family and friends. That said, mixing math, learning, and fun sets the stage for success by keeping young minds sharp and encouraging kids to view math in a positive light! Schedule a Family Game Night and play some board games that involve math. Additionally, enlisting kids to help with holiday cooking and baking is an opportunity to work with ratio and proportion and, from a big picture perspective, allows them to experience math in the real world. We’ll be posting more math fun on ourNumber Sense Blog, so be sure to check back frequently for ideas!