Problem-Solving Strategies

There are many different ways to solve a math problem, and equipping kids with problem-solving strategies is just as important as teaching computation and algorithms. Problem-solving strategies help students visualize the problem or present the given information in a way that can lead them to the solution. Problem-solving strategies 1. Create …

Math Games. A valuable tool for teachers and parents.

Math games in the classroom or at home are a valuable instructional strategy that allows parents and teachers to review skills, offer more practice, promote social skills and more. Here are 10 benefits of incorporating math games in your teaching at home or in the classroom. Strategic thinking Strategic thinking is …

Mental Math Strategies

Dedicating time for teaching mental math strategies in the classroom or at home helps students become quicker and more efficient in solving equations. It improves their number sense skills and helps them identify relationships between numbers, and recognize patterns. However, we need to remember that we teach concepts first and …