Parents of Successful Kids have this in Common… Start Before it's Too Late!
A 2007 meta-analysis of 35,000 preschoolers across the US, Canada, and England found that developing math skills early can turn into a huge advantage. Northwestern University researcher Greg Duncan said. "Mastery of early math skills predicts not only future math achievement, it also predicts future reading achievement."
In case after case, proved by a study conducted by the University of Missouri (USA), revealed that children who do not grasp the meaning and function of numerals before they enter first grade fall behind their peers in math, and most do not catch up in later seventh grade.
1. Stop the idea of “I’m just not a math person.
2. Ensure Kids are NOT just Memorizing
According to Stanford math professor Jo Boaler, “Kids can rattle off their numbers early, often from 1 to 10, and parents are surprised and impressed. But it’s a list with no meaning. When you say ‘give me 3 fish,’ they give you a handful.”
Do this instead...
Mathematical concepts are built one upon another in a logical, step-by-step progression. When your child is being pushed to learn addition and multiplication before understanding the relationships between numerals and quantities, they probably end up memorizing math facts.
Our expert team invested the Monkey Balancing Math Toy, not only develops math interest but enhances logic and critical thinking that help children master other subjects as well. With 3 levels, parents can arrange according to their ability and move naturally from one level to the next.
Level I (Age 3-4) – Pair up the number and the no. of monkeys. Recognizing the quantity of each number representing.
Level II (Age 4-5) – Put the number on one side of the scale, then put monkeys on the scale until the scale balanced. Understanding the quantity of each number representing.
Level III (Age 5-7) – Put the numbers on one side of the scale, try to answer the formula by putting the correct no. of monkeys. Learn the basic implications of number operations (addition and subtraction).
Level IV (Age 7-9) – Put the numbers on one side of the scale, try to answer the formula by putting the correct numbers (3+4=2+5). Understanding balanced equations.
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All children have the ability and potential to learn and excel in math.