The following game is a sample of a difficult skill level game from my math games book, 98 Individual and Partner Skill-building Math Games by Paddy Eger, available on Amazon. Order your copy today.
The following game is a sample of a moderate skill level game from my math games book, 98 Individual and Partner Skill-building Math Games by Paddy Eger, available on Amazon. Order your copy today.
Math Triangles cover the basic facts, making practice almost fun once a student sees how few cards it takes to master addition and subtraction for 1-12 or 13-20 and/or multiplication and division 1-12s. That’s because Math Triangles address the commutative property of numbers. Each card represents 4 possible problems:
As back-to-school approaches use the time to sit down and discuss personal goals within the family unit. Everyone in the family can participate and with 2-5 individual goals set for the coming school year, the family may find time for extra, shared activities. Keep it simple, but meaning-filled: Dad might plan to cook dinner at… Read More »
This August, 2018 of a Parent Map cover says it all! Getting back into school takes planning and patience. Here are a few ideas to think about. Remember not to over-schedule your child. We all need downtime, especially at the beginning of the school year. Unscheduled time allows us to relax and choose our own… Read More »
Ok, for many of you school begins very soon. But there’s still time to start reintroducing school schedules like bedtime and daily chores. It is also time to sit down with your children and plan out their ‘new’, favorites for breakfasts, lunches and snacks. They can use their trips to the store for more than asking… Read More »
Consider instituting a family homework hour as the school year begins. It’s easy to do if you have the strength to turn off your electronics for an hour. Select an hour in the evening when the family is home and settled. Make it an hour where everyone works on homework, quiet projects (reading, knitting, puzzles,… Read More »