Adventures in Math — How to tutor your child in math

Math tutor aids for kids Not every day can be a fun adventure in the mountains.  Sometimes, you just have to buckle down and take care of business.

My daughter is in a Chinese dual immersion program at her school.  She’s doing amazingly well, but we’ve recently noticed (thanks to her teacher pointing it out at Parent Teacher Conference) that she’s a bit slower at doing subtraction problems than most in her class.

Normally she’s at the head of the class, but since she’s learning math completely in Chinese, It’s totally understandable that she might need some additional help at home.

I’m no math wiz, so I was concerned about how I could possibly help her. (Yes, I am afraid that I can’t do second-grade math.)

But, after a quick search on-line, I came across this awesome Math site.  Called Math-Aids.com

It allows you to not only print worksheets in any math subject, but you can create totally CUSTOM sheets.  And you can do it for FREE!!!!

This allows me to drill her on just the problems she’s getting stuck on.

We’ve been working on this for less than a week and already see a HUGE difference in her ability.  She’s getting much more comfortable and with time and persistence, she’ll be at the head of the class.

If you’re looking for a quick, easy and cheap way to help your kids get better at math.  Check out Math-Aids.com  And…they are NOT paying me to say this.

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Kristin Sokol
I’m an early thirties mother of two and wife to a husband who is pretty much the wind beneath my wings (and the money behind my debit card). I enjoy writing and laughing at the things I write. After graduating from Weber State University I pursued a joint career in full-time mothering and part-time writing. I discovered a passion for learning and writing about community and women’s issues. Besides writing, I enjoy doing things I’m not sure I can do. Some things I’ve failed at. Others I have accomplished. Other interesting things about me…I’m very short. I survived being sprayed by a skunk. I love my pet hibiscus flowering plant almost as much as my human children. I stalk celebrities, but not for a living. I swim surprisingly fast.

One thought on “Adventures in Math — How to tutor your child in math

  1. Thanks for posting this, I love it! This will be great to help us this summer too.

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