She understands how to do it but she struggles a little at it. Since she doesn't like to do math homework it makes for a big traumatic fight every night. If she has 10 problems she'll get 6 right and get all discouraged at the other 4 and even give up even more and not try after that. Any suggestions would greatly help since she's only beginning the adventure of MATH. Thanks SadielgAnswer Question
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I like the Cheerios idea. Pizza is good for fractions. Food and cooking, doubling recipes. figuring out how many batches to make for a large group of people, all good ways to help math feel more friendly to girls. I love math and I love quilting. There is a connection. Maybe she relates to shopping and money. Pose some questions based on how much change you would get back if...
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