Published at Tuesday, 26 March 2019. division. By Sarah Amstutz.
By introducing puzzles in the math lesson or as homework, teachers can get every student engaged. And the more students practice, the better they will learn or catch up. Teachers can give puzzles as homework assignment to those who are struggling with the subject. To give a puzzle as homework rather than a page in a book, will probably yield a better result.
Multiplication. To teach multiplication you need to start by teaching them as addition. To show them how to get the product of 2 * 3 = 2+2+2 = 6 or 2 * 3 = 3 + 3 = 6. Once the kids get the concept of adding same numbers to get a product they will be able to move on to larger numbers. Of course, it would not hurt to have them memorize the multiplication tables but it will also be helpful to teach them some tricks (finger trick for the 9 times table) to make memorizing fun for them.
Advance knowledge. When your students are ready for it you can teach them advance concepts in algebra, geometry and logic. This will better prepare them for when they get to high school and college. A strong Math foundation will surely ensure that your students will retain the concepts you have taught them and the interest that will get them through the harder concepts they may encounter in the future. Thanks to you for making Math fun and easy for them to learn.
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