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Slide 1: ==== ==== I have been trying to get the word out about this amazing software that has changed my life. please check out this site today. you won't regret it. dyscalculiatest.org ==== ==== Every parent wants to help their child develop a love for maths but it will only come when they experience success, it's hard to love something when you only experience failure. There are a number of resources available to help kids learn without fear, in unconventional and fun ways. For parents take a look at Family Math or Everyday Math for Everyday Life: A Handbook for When It Just Doesn't Add Up. These two books will help you think of different ways to bring maths into your everyday life, without having to specifically refer to mathematical concepts. Many kids like independent learning and if they are struggling with reading or maths, may be unable to grasp concepts in books quickly. Software is available that can help your kids excel in maths at school and give them valuable skills they will utilise later in life. When looking for Maths software for your kids it helps to go beyond the standard grade-based software that is on the market and look for specialised software that is specifically designed around mathematical concepts. While the grade based software can introduce curriculum oriented concepts, pure mathematics software can develop these concepts into more involved, meaningful and ultimately engaging programs. For a younger child, try the Ready For Math with Winnie The Pooh or Reader Rabbit Personalized Math 4-6. These programs are highly recommended for children who are not yet attending school but show some interest in learning before they get there. As kids get older the Reader Rabbit series has older maths programs, or there is Star Wars Math. In addition you can branch out to conceptual programs such as Crazy Contraptions or Zoombini's Logical Journey, both of which use logical thought and problem solving to reach a desired outcome. Online programs such as Mathletics are also recommended. Picture books such as Millions To Measure or If You Made a Million are great for introducing early maths concepts. For early readers try One Hungry Cat and other Hello Math Readers for grades 1-3. If your teenage girl can't relate to maths as taught in schools try Maths Doesn't Suck, a title that is written specifically for this age group. Cooking with kids or making toys and games out of wood are simply ways to integrate maths into a child's life without making it a big deal. Kids are exposed to mathematical concepts and want to learn more so they can try to make rewarding things for themselves. Maths can begin to look pretty enticing when there is a tasty cookie at the end of the lesson. These different options, used consistently, can make a measurable difference in your child's love
Slide 2: of learning. Inger is a parent with a passion for toys that educate, entertain and last for years. Her website, Interactive Learning Toys features articles and reviews on the best Learning Toys so parents can make educated decisions about the toys they buy for their children. Her latest review is of the Learning Tower from Little Partners that helps kids participate in everyday activities like washing up and cooking. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Inger_Fountain ==== ==== I have been trying to get the word out about this amazing software that has changed my life. please check out this site today. you won't regret it. dyscalculiatest.org ==== ====

   
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