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    Math and Special Education Blog

    5 strategies that make math learning fun and engaging

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    When students find math fun, they’ll be more motivated to learn. If you try some of the strategies below, you’ll be able to tell your students are more engaged math learners. They’ll look forward to each day’s math lesson and participate more in the lesson. They’ll have more to share during math conversations and they’ll approach math activities with greater enthusiasm. There is wonder in math and the strategies below will help your students discover this wonder and find enjoyment in learning math. Try one of these 5 strategies and let us know how it goes!

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    First six weeks: 5 teaching strategies to build math confidence

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    The first six weeks of school are important for the success of the rest of the school year. The routines and guidelines you establish in the first six weeks of school will set your classroom and students up for a year of productive math learning.

    Learn 5 teaching strategies to help students build their math confidence and decrease anxiety. Practice doing these 5 things in the first six weeks of school. If these teaching strategies become a habit, you will establish a successful math classroom!

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    Learning math through games


    I always made time in the week to play math games with my students. Not only did it make math learning fun, little did they know they were also practicing their multiplication facts, and problem-solving skills!

    There are many different kinds of math games, from traditional, commercial games you can purchase to more simple dice or card games you can make. Keep reading to learn about a number of wonderful games that can be used as part of your math instruction. 

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    Why use games in the classroom?

    playing math gamesI loved playing games as a kid. Candy Land, Battleship, Scrabble, and Uno were among my favorites. If asked as a child, I wouldn’t have described these games as “educational.” They were fun, an escape from learning, the antithesis of the facts and figures and numbers you memorize in school. Yet, if we take a closer look at many children’s games, we’ll find that they’re actually quite complex learning environments that develop a variety of important problem solving, social, and emotional skills. These are the same skills we try to impart to our students every day!

    Keep reading to find out how games promote learning!

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    Find out what your child will learn in the next grade and how you can support their learning at home!

    Getting ready for schoolSoon your child will be starting a new school year and entering the next grade. Along with meeting new friends and teachers, your child will be exposed to new, challenging reading, writing, and math content. You, the parent, play a huge role in your child’s academic success. One way you can support your child is by knowing what they are learning in school and reinforcing that knowledge at home. Not only does this help your child do well in the classroom, it also helps you communicate better with your child’s teacher.

    Read more to find out what your child will learn in the next grade and how you can support their learning at home!

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