# Math

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## Everyday Math, Does Your Child's School Participate?

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- ??? Yes our school system uses Everyday Math. My kids do whatever is required in class and whatever is assigned for homework. Are there optional lessons that you'r...
- At our school Everyday Math is our official math teaching method. My sons always do all their homework but I usually don't have them do any non-mandatory work unless t...
- My son is in kindergarten and it's the same. They have some homework and projects they turn in for grades and then a bunch of supplemental Everyday Math stuff they can...

## Glenn Doman "How to Teach Your Baby Math"

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- Good for you! I say go for it! I am a Doman baby and so are my boys. Reading is a breeze for our 4 year old in K-5. Math was a breeze for me in school. I never ha...
- I agree with the other responses. I'm a preschool teacher and as far as I'm concerned, flash cards are not developmentally appropriate in early childhood. Get some b...
- I'm sorry you got some negative responses, I don't believe in anyway that you are a teaching nazi or anything of the sort. Infact, I think I will look into getting tha...

## Math Tutoring Centers - Which One Is Best?

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- In would opt NOT to go to any of them. Talk to your child's guidance counselor. MANY teachers tutor for extra income. If you use a teacher within your isd system,...
- They have online-based ones. The child takes an assessment, the website determines where they are academically, and there are quizzes, lessons, etc. based on where th...
- i had a student that was helped a great deal with kumon. i dont know too much about it, but to me it seemed to help him mostly with rote memorization, figuring numbers...

## My 2Nd Grade Son Hates Math!

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- Hi N., My kids loved learning with interactive computer games, such as Treasure Mountain, Operation Neptune and 2nd (3rd, 4th, 5th, etc.) grade Adventures. I think ...
- Have you talked to his teacher for suggestions? Or, maybe an after school tutor? Or trying "Kumon" classes? Lots of kids at my daughter's school go to Kumon. They h...
- Maybe a hand on approach would work better for him. Memorizing formulas is so dry and boring! Maybe he needs a more tactile way of learning multiplication formulas a...

## Kindergarten Math~recommendations for on Line # Recognition Program

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- Get her a calendar with clear numbers and big boxes. Together, start writing important things on this month like birthdays, playdates, library day, etc... She can then...
- You don't need a "program." Just practice, with her yourself. My son is 5. In Kindergarten. We practice at home as well as what he learns in school.
- She might be too young for assessment for dyscalculia, but if she's already having trouble with basic counting she may have the early signs of a learning disability ca...

## Another 6Th Grade Math Question - HELP

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- My younger son is great with conceptual issues like this . . . me, not so much. He can convert fractions to decimals like nobody's business. When my kids were much...
- Have to get a common denominator (those pesky equivalent fractions you were just dealing with), then order them by the resulting numerators. How to explain?? "The ...
- You've got to get the bottom number (denominator) to be the same, which means finding equivalent fractions. Say I give you 2/3 and 6/8. Which one's greater? You can't...

## 4Th Grade Math Word Problem

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- 3 x 7 = 21 so when she says three times less than twenty one it seems some what logical to find that answer. Idk about the second answer ???
- I solved it backwards from Kristen C. Instead of solving for Cindy's age, I solved for Roberts: R + R/3(this would be Cindy's age) = 28 3R + R = 28x3 4R = ...
- I think it just means she is 3x younger and "less than" should have not been used.

## Help with My 14 Yr Old Son - Anger Issues, Behavior, Grades, & ADHD

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- HI D.- I was a Nanny for many years and I worked with a family who had children with ADD/ADHD. We started medication too, but found the same issues and stopped the...
- Have you tried or thought of counseling? It might help him and a trained counselor might be able to teach him coping techniques and help you to help him. He sounds li...
- "I had to explain to him the other night that the only responsibility that dad & I have is to give him food, a bed, clothes and somewhere to live. " - You forgot to te...

## Daughter Not Doing Well in School.

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- I'm into whole foods for health. I suggest taking a look at what she eats first. Wouldn't it be great if all she needed was omega fatty acids needed for proper brain f...
- As a teacher, I would suggest having her tested at an outside facility like Sylvan Learning Centers. Their testing is free, and if you can afford their tutoring it ma...
- I was the same way at that age. email me off this and we can talk more about it privately as there is nothing wrong with her diet that I could think of... I am also a...

## GVT Savings Bonds- Questions for the Money Wise/ Math Inclined

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- If you can find $50 that will double to $100 in 10 years risk free - take it! :) It's over a 7% return a year... The way you calculate is 100-50=50. 50/50=1.0 (100%...
- http://www.treasurydirect.gov/news/pressroom/currenteebondratespr.htm
- There's an easy trick called "The Rule of 72" for figuring out doubling periods and interest. Simply put, the interest rate and the time it takes to double your money ...