### What Makes Storytelling So Effective For Learning Math?

“It was a bright sunny day when Zoro and Zibi were picking beans for dinner. Zoro started picking one bean after the other and passed them to Zibi. One, two, three, four… Zibi counted the beans. Zoro asked her,” How many do we have?”, She said, “Eleven”, Zoro decided to pick 2 more. Now he… Read more »

### Introducing Number to Kindergarten: A Guide to Parents & Number Activities

Math in Kindergarten In kindergarten math, children learn the names of numbers and how to count them in order. They begin to become familiar with numbers 11-19 to gain a foundation for place value. They begin to identify shapes, compare measurable attributes, they start to learn the concepts of addition and subtraction, respectively, as “putting… Read more »

### How can parents help their kids to overcome the fear of math?

Introduction Fear of math. Does it sound familiar! If you have experienced math anxiety, you are not alone. A Times of India article published, citing the report, stated: ‘56 percent of students in Class VIII couldn’t divide a 3-digit number with a single-digit one; 72 percent students in Class V couldn’t do division at all… Read more »

### Know children learning style to improve them

If you keep thinking, “What are my children learning?” “How can I make my children’s learning better?” “Am I doing the right thing as a parent?” “Does she prefer to use colorful shapes and figures to learn concepts of math tells something about her?” “Does she believe everything she is told means something?” It is… Read more »

### Shocking!! Parents ‘spend just 34 minutes a day with their children’

A recent study suggested that parents only spend 34 MINUTES a day with their children. The numbers have dropped considerably since 1965 when parents almost spent 53 minutes with their children each day. The cause of this has been found related to the amount of stress adults go through at work and also the fast-paced… Read more »

### Math Talk – What Should NOT Be Said To Your Kid

Believe it or not, parents play a big role when it comes to the struggle between math and their children. Â When parents are conversing with their children about math, they tend to say few things that they are not supposed to. These things are common and seems petty but have a great impact on… Read more »