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Connie McCarthy
Use Listening to Practice Math

Jul 30, 2015 - Posted by Connie McCarthy in Kids Math, Connie McCarthy

Many skills in early education rely on the sense of sight, hearing, and touch. Incorporating another approach to these senses, while teaching a certain skill, can provide a young child with an alternate way to learn and remem... Read more
Connie McCarthy
Math Fun for Summer (or Anytime)

Jul 16, 2015 - Posted by Connie McCarthy in Summer Learning, Kids Math, Kids Learning, Connie McCarthy

Bring math into your child’s daily life this summer to keep skills current. Here are three simple and fun activities to practice math that your child learned this past school year. Here is a geometry activity that I&rsq... Read more
Livia McCoy
Try Quizlet for Summertime Math Vocabulary Review

Jun 16, 2015 - Posted by Livia McCoy in Summer Learning, Math, Livia McCoy, Kids Math

Every subject students take in school has specific facts and vocabulary associated with it. In history, students must learn people’s names, events that happened, and important dates. In literature, there are character n... Read more
Connie McCarthy
3 Easy Ways To Reinforce Subtraction Skills

Apr 30, 2015 - Posted by Connie McCarthy in Kids Math, Connie McCarthy

Subtraction is often a difficult concept for young children to grasp. Yet it is very important for math comprehension and problem-solving. Here are three easy and fun ways to reinforce this all-important math skill: Start by... Read more
Connie McCarthy
A Modern Twist on the Ancient Abacus

Mar 20, 2015 - Posted by Connie McCarthy in Kids Math, Kids Learning, Connie McCarthy

Using an abacus for calculating numbers predates our modern system of writing numbers on paper or other materials. Its origin can be traced back to the very early civilizations of Persia, China, and Egypt. This simple device ... Read more
Connie McCarthy
Sorting and Classifying Help Develop Strong Math Skills

Feb 26, 2015 - Posted by Connie McCarthy in Kindergarten, Kids Math, Elementary School, Connie McCarthy

Sorting and classifying are early elements of math.  Understanding patterns in general is the beginning of algebra. Young children can be taught to sort by color, shape, size, etc. They can learn to manipulate and create... Read more
Connie McCarthy
Help Your Child Learn Instant Math Recall at Home

Jan 29, 2015 - Posted by Connie McCarthy in Kids Math, Kids Learning, Fun Learning Activities, Connie McCarthy

"Instant math recall" is the ability to do basic math functions quickly, without resorting to finger counting or paper and pencil. This is an acquired skill that leads young students to correctly solve simple math problems in... Read more
Connie McCarthy
Supporting Your Accelerated Learner

Dec 11, 2014 - Posted by Connie McCarthy in Kids Reading, Kids Math, Kids Learning, Gifted and Talented, Connie McCarthy

Teachers know that much time and energy is focused on making sure a student reaches and stays at grade level for his academic benchmarks. Yet all good teachers know that supporting and challenging an above-level child is equa... Read more
Connie McCarthy
Turn Paper Clutter Into Learning Tools

Nov 13, 2014 - Posted by Connie McCarthy in Kids Reading, Kids Math, Kids Learning, Connie McCarthy

Are old magazines, newspapers, flyers, and brochures causing clutter in your home? Turn them into new learning tools that develop academic and important motor skills for your young student! For phonics practice: Use pictures... Read more
Connie McCarthy
Your Child’s Collectibles Can Support Academic Skills

Nov 06, 2014 - Posted by Connie McCarthy in Kids Writing, Kids Reading, Kids Math, Kids Learning, Connie McCarthy

Does your child like to collect things? If so, turn those seashells, rocks, action figures, comic books, toy dinosaurs, into useful objects that promote math and Language Arts skills. Here are three ways to involve math with ... Read more