Does this photo sometimes connect to how you or your child feels when it comes time to talk about math at home?
Do images of yelling, crying, and frustration come to mind? Or maybe you have it pretty well figured out and homework time usually turns out to be quite successful. Whatever the case may be, we all need a little extra help and advice at times and this is the place to get it.
The parent resource section is designed to give parents the tools they need to help their children succeed in math (and not drive parents or kids crazy in the process). Below you will find links to a number of different areas in which parents and students tend to have the most difficulty when it comes to working on math at home.
Please browse through the resources and don't be afraid to jump to a number of different links until you find something that really connects to your individual needs. If you can't find what you are looking for, post a question in the forum or leave us a comment at the bottom of this page and let us know what you need. Enjoy!
Math Anxiety - Your role in preventing math anxiety and building confidence and esteem in your child.
The "H" Word - Tips and strategies to help your child with math homework.
Tutorials - Yes, they are for you too. Help to explain topics in a different way or to brush up on your own skills.
Worksheets - Is your child in need some extra practice materials? Find what you need here.
Parent Forum - Talk with other parents, post questions and concerns, or share success stories you have had.