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Scheduling for Math Success
09/14/2010 at 11:19 AM

Math learning is largely a matter of persistence. In his best-selling book Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell quotes research that finds that the common denominator of successful people is a specific number of hours of practice. Through careful planning, you can help your child succeed in math by accomplishing those hours of practice. As a teacher, I know that avoiding over scheduling is key. If your child has no room for down time because of boy scouts, soccer, choir, music lessons and an after-school job, he or she will make room -- during homework and study time!

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Too many children today are way overscheduled leaving little time for homework or free play. Parents seem to think putting their children in activities makes up for not spending quality time with their children.

I am from Ukraine, but I've got the same problems with my 9-years son.He hates Maths. I try to play with him and discuss his problem, but everything doesn't work. Please, help me. He cann't stand dividing and multiplying.