Math Facts - Try Some Fun Ways to Learn Them

Memorizing math facts is a necessary part of elementary school. Flash cards and repetitive chanting have their place, but, for my children, were pure drudgery. Frustrated by their lack of interest in practicing their math facts, I have searched for ways to make memorizing math facts more fun.

Math Games - A Fun Way to Learning Math

Math games are a great way to get students involved in math. Just like chess, math games get students hooked. Each time they play, they have more confidence and better strategies. With the competitive itch, they strive to do better each time they play.

Math games should be specifically designed to work on math skills. It may work on addition, multiplication or fractions. Having the skills as part of the game makes it easy to make learning seem fun. Just like mothers often sneak vegetables into a casserole or pasta dish, teachers can sneak learning into games.

The Internet as a Source for Math Homework Help

When a child needs math help with his or her homework, whether they are in the fourth grade or college, it is a very important need. Without the required assistance, the child may fall further and further behind. This leads to poor grades and low self esteem. When looking for a math tutor to provide the necessary math help, parents must use caution. Depending on how long the tutoring will last, a professional for this option can get quite expensive. Instead of utilizing a professional for math homework help, why not look closer to home?

Math Help Has Never Been This Entertaining

Do you have trouble with math? Do you feel anxious when taking math tests? Do you want to improve your math skills, but don’t know where to do this? If any of these problems plague you then look to the Internet for extra help. There are several websites that provide information, lessons, tutors, and even games.

Education Board Games - Fun and Learning for Your Kids

Now days so many kids are playing games on the computer, and others are entranced by television, and you may be wondering as a parent if board games are still a good option for kids. Yes, they definitely are, and playing educational board games with your kids is a great idea. In today's world, many families are growing further and further apart; everyone doing their own thing. Board games can help to bring your family all together again for some fun, and not only that, but they are also very educational as well.

Dealing With Dyscalculia

Dyscalculia is a big word, a mouth full, really. Most people are aware of it and aware that it has to do with problems doing math. But this syndrome encases so much more than simple math inefficiencies. Dyslexia is so common that everybody knows what it is, and reading and writing problems seem to get all of the attention. But what about math problems? Is it just math anxiety, or is there a real underlying problem?

So, what is dyscalculia? Dyscalculia is a term, which means “specific learning disability in mathematics”. Following is a list of symptoms of dyscalculia:

Educational Board Games - 5 Reasons Learning Can Be Fun

Fun gamesFun gamesSo, you're not sure if you should buy an educational board game. You probably think your children won’t like it, right? Well, I wasn't sure either. But I bought one anyway. Guess what....they haven’t put it away yet!

There are many good reasons to invest in board games. And those rumors you have heard really are not true. They are not leftovers from the dinosaur age. Most of these games can hold a child’s attention very well in spite of the fact that they often are not what we'd consider "high tech".

It Is Fun And Easy Way To Learn With Educational Board Game

Getting children to learn has long been a dilemma faced by today's teachers and parents. How do you make something like the industrial revolution interesting to an eight year old? It's hard, but have always been intrepid folks out there who try their hardest to make the act of learning fun and entertaining for children. Educational board games are one of the most effective ways of doing so, and there have been a lot of really good additions to the market over the years - board games, memory games, and puzzle games that challenge a child's brain and give them a fun reason to learn.

Learning Math and Loving It with Manipulatives and Games

When we think about methods for teaching children math, the first things that probably come to mind are flash cards, repetition and memorization, pie charts, workbooks, and the like. But one method you may not have thought of, or even heard of, is the use of educational manipulatives and games.
What are the benefits of using educational manipulatives and games for learning math?

Homeschool Math Lessons Made Easy - The Secrets of Learning - Understanding Math Games

Games can be very effective tools for teaching math to elementary students, especially if they are designed properly. Those who are familiar with the game of Cribbage know how quickly you can learn to add numbers up to 15. A game that is fun enough to be repeated over and over again can give a student a chance to practice their skills. If played enough, these skills can become automatic. Learning basic skills for math can be fun rather than a chore.