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Does that look like an oxymoron to you? Not to me. Well, to be honest, I LOVE math! I know, I know, I am one of those crazy people! Math was always my "easy A" subject and it is still the subject I enjoy teaching the most.
Here's the problem... I'm no fun! Really, just ask my kids. They'll tell you. I am very goal oriented and VERY left-brained.
So, this would be o.k. if I was only teaching Morgan. But, I also have Avery. She is VERY right-brained and looks at things completely different than me. I keep trying to figure out ways to make kids math fun.
I want to be better at making learning fun.
This is where my lack of creativity is an issue. It is way too much work for me to try and figure out fun and interesting ways to teach math. I just want to get it done. But, for the sake of my middle child, I have found a book that shows you exactly how to do it. This book is full of math games and is geared toward children 5-11 years old.
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