A study revealed that about 30% of people with learning disability are suspected to mental health problems at some point of their lives. The stats are worrisome. It is common for kids with learning disabilities, such as dyslexia and dyscalculia, to feel inferior, demotivated and cornered. In situation like these, Parents and Teachers can help … Read more
Please Note: This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure (link) for more info. Multiplication is one topic that the more versed you get with, the faster your calculations skills will become. No matter you are in school, college, or university, it has its importance almost everywhere, even in real-life applications. Students opting for competitive … Read more
In this post, we will talk about decimal division by showing various examples for easy understanding. Let us learn a little about the topic first. As the name suggests, the topic deals with the division operation of numbers in decimals. Things get a little confusing for kids when decimals are involved. Don’t worry, through this … Read more
One mantra that always work well for early learning is to make it interactive. The more interactive you make a topic, the stronger lasting impression it will make in the brain. The future contents related to the topic can be worked out in an easy flow, if only the fundamentals are strong. There are ample … Read more
Number Bonds is a great tool for little learners to get started on learning how numbers work. It is a very beginning step that teachers use to teach kids the basic concepts of arithmetic. Students familiarize themselves with the addition and subtraction facts with the help of number bonds. For those still unaware, Number bonds … Read more
For this post, our area of focus will only be decimal manipulatives. Although fraction is directly related but that will focus of our upcoming posts as I am focusing this post for all the age groups rather than senior years of school. So, here is the curated list of 5 really cool decimal manipulatives for learning.
Our school math curriculum suggests that a kid is able to understand very basic algebra and its related topics right from the 5th grade. When i taught the algebra to early learners, i was questioned quite a few times the reason of putting alphabets in the numerical problems and making it more complicated. This argument … Read more
The traditional way of solving problems in maths is probably the most trusted one. However, as a child grows, so are the expectations on his/her mental math abilities. One generally assumes a linear graph of the mental math growth in a child as he/she goes into adolescence. As they move to higher classes, lesser is … Read more