Starting from elementary school, Children should learn beginning concepts in algebra, geometry, measurement, statistics, and logic. In addition, they should learn how to solve problems by applying knowledge of math to new situations. They should learn to think of themselves as mathematicians—able to reason mathematically and to communicate mathematical ideas by talking and writing.
We hope that you will find this series a valuable tool for developing and reinforcing your child’s interest and knowledge— and that you and your family may develop appreciation for “Why such knowledge is important?“.
Anita Verma is an accomplished author, who had written books on child development. She is somebody who is well-appreciated for her counseling sessions. She is highly inspired by her younger daughter. Kids always remind her of a Quote by Sam, “Don’t watch the clock; Do what it does. Keep going.”
Book:Ignite your child’s math learning: A self-help guide for the parents to make their child a mathematics maestro
Number of Pages:98