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Raising Kids Who Love Math — Even If You Don't

Raising Kids Who Love Math — Even If You Don't

Update: 2019-05-152
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By some estimates, up to 93% of American adults have some degree of math anxiety. The problem often starts in elementary school, but parents can do a lot to fix it. We talk to experts to get some some unexpected strategies for children of all ages, with a little bit of help from Sesame Street head writer Ken Scarborough and, of course, the Count.

Here's what to remember:
- Your own math anxiety doesn't have to hold your kids back.
- Talk about math when you're sharing everyday activities.
- Play math — with board games, card games, puzzles, and more.
- Forget about right and wrong answers. Keep things open-ended — life, and math, are more fun that way.
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Raising Kids Who Love Math — Even If You Don't

Raising Kids Who Love Math — Even If You Don't

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