Nov. 14, 2017
Whether we realize it or not, kids have a natural ability to make sense of the world around them using mathematical thinking. Ask any child if they’d like more or less candy, and they’ll probably tell you more! To continue their learning, it’s necessary that they build a strong number sense, which helps them understand math, rather than completing problems through memorization. This article will give you the strategies your child needs to develop a solid number sense for mathematical mastery!
Oct. 3, 2017
When it comes to multitasking, you may have heard of the popular expression, “kill one bird with two stones”. In today’s classroom, teachers are now mixing math with literacy skills, in stark contrast to the math drills we’ve once endured in our own childhood! Not only is using literacy skills to teach math a convenient way to teach across the curriculum, but it helps teach kids to thoroughly understand the processes behind the math they learn.
May 29, 2017
Children learn best when they’re having fun, and there’s nothing more fun for kids than exploring the wonderful world of science! Give your child the chance to explore their everyday world using enchanting experiments that will captivate your child’s imagination and pique their interest in the physical world.
Sept. 13, 2016
It's time to announce the results of our Back-to-School Giveaway. We appreciate you for taking time and joining the contest. Sincere thanks to everyone! And the WINNERS are...
Aug. 1, 2016
We’ve all seen it on social media. Every so often, a post goes viral about an incomprehensible Common Core math problem that a highly educated parent couldn’t solve. Thankfully there are ways to prepare your preschooler. Even if your child won’t be learning Common Core, read on to find tips on how to help your child understand math in more depth.
July 25, 2016
Children enjoy spending quality time with parents and family members, and there’s no better time to share meaningful experiences with one another than during the summer. Mix math skills with everyday family fun for a winning combination that will keep your kids’ brains sharp!
Oct. 11, 2015
Some of us may think that in order to know how to write kids need to know how to draw straight lines, curved lines, and circles, as well as to have a correct pencil grip. However, these are not the only things we need to teach our children.