Math Homework… Tonight?

It’s 7:30 p.m. Your child has math homework.

They don’t get it. They’re frustrated. You’re frustrated.

As a parent, you understand why it’s frustrating. You want to help, but are not sure how to help. What can you say and do to help your child learn math?

Helping your child learn math does not involve teaching math. It does involve having conversations about math.The Get It Guide™ Math Tutorials will help you have those conversations with your child.

See Sample Tutorials in the Math Topics section.

Learn to Communicate... Communicate to Learn

Communication is an important part of any learning process.  However, it’s not a natural tendency for kids to talk about the math they are learning, especially when learning math is difficult. Providing opportunities for your child to talk about the math they are learning will help them develop critical thinking skills. Encouraging your child to think aloud, articulate and reflect, as part of their learning process, will improve both comprehension and recall. Let’s explore how your child can use The Get It Guide™ Math Tutorials to enhance their learning while at home. We’ll also look at the types of conversations you can share with your child to encourage and support their learning, without actually teaching math.

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