Trasmitele taste for mathematics your child with activities of daily living.
By Miriam Myers
Math homework your child brings home may look different than remember when you were a student. How can you help your child if you do not understand the procedure? And if so, how you can guide your child with homework without just give the answer?
- Reread the directions with your child and see what they do not understand about the task.
- Tell your child to find a partner who you can call when you need help on how to do math homework or when you need to review the lesson.
- Ask your child how or where he should begin create.
- Ask if you think you can find information in your notes to help you solve the problem.
- Ask if there is a similar problem in your textbook or one that has been resolved in class.
- Suggest drawing a pattern or figure to explain what you’re thinking.
- Ask questions go as solving the problem, such as “What should you do next?” “Can this respect?” “Did you answer the question?” “Can you solve it otherwise?”
- If you have trouble understanding the material or are falling behind by the amount of homework assigned, talk to your teacher and ask for ideas on how to help.
- Suggest seek help for homework on the internet. Math.com offers help with math for parents and students in both English and Spanish.
- Remember resist homework for your child. The greatest impact on your child’s attitude toward math is the attitude of parents towards mathematics.
- Show that you are interested in mathematics and talk about the many ways in which mathematics involved in daily life.
- Help your child we understand that every parent is a mathematician.