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    Old 06-16-2017, 10:50 AM   #1
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    What do you think is a child's time schedule when it comes to learning or practicing Mathematics on a daily basis? I think every child should practice arithmetic problems every day so he or she remains in touch with the subject. Mathematics is a subject that has to be practiced on a regular basis. Tables should be learned by heart from a very young age. What do you think in this regard?

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    It depends on the child. Memorization isn't always easy for some kids that learn best visually. You can teach them practical maths, such as measuring when cooking and building things. You can teach them about money and how to save and work out a small budget with their allowance. After they've mastered their shapes you can start teaching them the mathematical dynamics of that shape. It doesn't always have to be sitting down and writing out lines upon lines of equations and getting them to recite tables. They do enough of that in school. Why not make it interesting and relevant to them at home?
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    I had trouble with my first post and didn't think it posted properly so I tried to do another one.
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