Published at Tuesday, 26 March 2019. division. By Selina Andros.
Patterns. Teaching patterns will be fun for kids because it will spark their curiosity and interest. The easiest way to teach patterns is through the use of simple sequences, the Fibonacci sequence and on to more complicated patterns. Providing your students with this skill will surely help improve their IQ and prepare them for the future.
If students miss out on a core subject matter, it will be very difficult to catch up. Long division is a good example of this. The core of long division is simple basic multiplication and subtraction as studied in the first and second grade. The only new thing is the process, or structure, of long division.
Use the sidewalk or any cemented ground area where you and your child can draw on using a chalk. Draw a number line starting with a "0" and ending with "25" equally dividing the distance between each numbers. You can then make your child stand on a number then ask him to jump a specific number of steps back until he reaches zero. Example: Let your child stand on the number "18" in the number line facing towards the "0" then make him jump on every three lines until he reaches "0" counting how many jumps he had to do to reach the "0". This game is just like the frog game we used to do on paper when we were younger and mastering our division skills.
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