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Intelligent Child:Fear of Math
2014-11-14
Name: Naved My child has a fear of Maths. He is unable to understand simple concepts also. I tried hard but unable to make him do Math. I have also put him in tuition but still there is no improvement. He always fails in Math. As Math is very important subject, I want him to do well. Any ideas how I can make him love Math and do better in this subject?
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2016-08-07
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Name: Neev
Subject:  RE:Fear of Math
Try making maths interesting by explaining him the concept with videos or charts and diagrams in that way he will get curious and it won't be boring and that might get in interested in maths. Once he gets interested he will improve.
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2016-02-12
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Name: meera
Subject:  hi
it is not like he doesn't like maths. he can't understand that is why he doesn't like it. it is the same case with me. i am unable to to simple simple calculations my dad tries to teach me alot but i didn't conncept ever. sometimes some people can't do some things properly their ability to do so is less he might be good with words or good with any other things. explore that quality..
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2016-02-19
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Name: ritesh hari
Subject:  Fear of Math
Hi Meera! Point taken. However, when the fear associated with the subject is done away with and he is taught in a fun filled way - maybe using logo, toys, etc. he will really do well. Try to make maths fun and don't pressure the child into anything. He is still young and you can work with him.
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2014-12-09
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Name: ritesh hari
Subject:  Few ideas to practice
Hi Naved, I understand your problem. Be calm and don’t panic, this is common among few kids. First don’t force him to study math by sending tuition. Sit calm and make him understand the basic things first. You may use some color charts, papers or even pebbles to teach the addition and subtraction. Have confidence and teach, it will definitely work on a day.
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